Video: Deceptive Prostitution Scandal and Ramos Grills AMLO

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This week, journalist Jorge Ramos attended the daily conference of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to question him about the country’s homicide figures. The images of this moment in AMLO’s ‘la mañanera’ and other news that captured the audience’s attention in recent days are shown here.

One of the news stories that caught people’s attention was the accident in which around 43 vehicles collided in a chain on the bridge of Chesapeake Bay, Maryland. The moment was recorded on video. Another story was related to a trend on TikTok that seeks to help young people of generation Z spend according to their economic possibilities.

1. Girls in Mexico are tricked into prostitution in the US
Authorities have dismantled several sex trafficking gangs based in Tenancingo, a town in central Mexico. They made false promises of love to their victims to transport them to New York and force them to become sexual slaves. This is the story of some of them: They make girls in Mexico fall in love to prostitute them in the US: this is how the ‘pimps’ of Tenancingo operate

2. Images of the pileup of dozens of vehicles on a bridge in the middle of the water
The Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Maryland, remained closed for hours after more than 40 cars collided. Some people were injured. This is what the bridge looked like after the incident: Images of the chain accident of dozens of vehicles on a bridge in the middle of the water

3. Jorge Ramos questions AMLO about the increase in homicides in Mexico
Attended the press conference morning of the president of Mexico and asked him about the increase in homicide numbers in the country during his term. This is what the president of Mexico answered: Jorge Ramos questions AMLO about the increase in homicides in Mexico

4. IRS child credit: the keys to understanding the changes approved by the Lower House
IRS child credit: The keys to understand the changes approved by the Lower House

5. The TikTok trend that teaches Generation Z to make realistic budgets
They call it ‘loud budgeting’ in English and it is the new TikTok trend on financial education that is becoming popular among young people in the United States. It seeks to enable users to be more open and realistic with their budgets. Look at the details of this new trend: Learn about the new TikTok trend that teaches Generation Z to make realistic budgets

6. The migrant who entered politics in the US and became corrupt: the fall of José Huízar
Former Los Angeles councilman José Huízar was sentenced to 13 years in prison for corruption and tax evasion. Almost two decades ago he was the first Mexican immigrant to occupy a seat in the Los Angeles city council. The FBI alleges that, during his administration, he received bribes from developers of more than $1.5 million. The migrant who entered politics in the United States and became corrupt: the fall of José Huízar

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