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Crime Mexico wants American extradited on charges in tourist death

02:40  26 november  2022
02:40  26 november  2022 Source:   msn.com

Famous Mexican search and rescue dog Frida dies

  Famous Mexican search and rescue dog Frida dies MEXICO CITY (AP) — Frida, a yellow Labrador retriever rescue dog that gained fame in the days following Mexico’s Sept. 19, 2017, earthquake has died, Mexico’s navy announced Tuesday. Clad in goggles and neoprene booties, Frida became a symbol of hope following the earthquake that left more than 300 people dead in Mexico City and surrounding states. Her image exploded across the internet and her face graced murals in the capital. While sheClad in goggles and neoprene booties, Frida became a symbol of hope following the earthquake that left more than 300 people dead in Mexico City and surrounding states. Her image exploded across the internet and her face graced murals in the capital.

CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico (AP) — Mexican prosecutors said Thursday they have filed charges against a U.S. woman on suspicion of killing another American seen being beaten in a viral video.

Prosecutors in the state of Baja California Sur did not name the suspect in the Oct. 29 death of Shanquella Robinson.

But they said they have approached Mexican federal prosecutors and diplomats to try to get the woman extradited to face charges in Mexico.

Robinson's death at a resort development in the Baja resort town of San Jose del Cabo shocked people in both countries. The video raised suspicions that Robinson may have died at the hands of people she was travelling with.

American woman's death in Mexico investigated as femicide

  American woman's death in Mexico investigated as femicide Shanquella Robinson, 25, of Charlotte, North Carolina, died while vacationing with friends in Mexico on Oct. 29. The family of Shanquella Robinson, 25, of Charlotte, North Carolina, is desperate for answers after she died while vacationing with friends in Mexico last month.

Local prosecutor Antonio López Rodríguez said the case was being treated as a potential homicide and an arrest warrant had been issued for the suspect. However, the group Robinson was travelling with left Mexico after she was found dead in a rented villa.

State prosecutor Daniel de la Rosa Anaya said the suspect was also an American, but did not identify her.

Local media in Charlotte, North Carolina reported the people Robinson was travelling with gave differing versions of how she died, but that an autopsy revealed she died of a severe spinal chord or neck injury.

A video apparently taped at the luxury villa in San Jose del Cabo shows one woman, apparently an American, beating another woman identified as Robinson.

The video has been reposted many times on social media sites. In it, a man with an American accent can be heard saying “Can you at least fight back?” The man did not appear to intervene in the beating.

The video raised questions about why nobody intervened in the purported beating, or why people she was traveling with would have beaten her.

Mexico tells US it wants to keep talking on trade disputes .
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s economy secretary on Thursday proposed yet another round of talks with the United States on a dispute over Mexico’s energy sector. Mexico hopes to stave off a full-fledged trade complaint under the U.s.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement. The U.S. initially requested talks in July, but they have so far not led to any solution. The United States could demand an arbitration panel, and the dispute could end in trade sanctions on Mexico.The United States says Mexico is unfairly favoring its state-owned electricity and oil companies over American competitors and clean-energy suppliers. Canada has also joined in that complaint.U.S.

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