Good Saturday countryman, below, we present a summary with the news most important of USA y Mexico.
After spending nine days sick, President Joe Biden returned to give Covid-19 test positive this Saturday.
Despite having said feel pretty goodthe president will cancel his planned trips this week to Delaware and Michigan.
After taking the first test, President Bide tested negative twice this week, however, the latest test showed different results. For this reason, “will be isolated in the White House until I test negative.
A ticket sold in Illinois was the only winner of the $1.34 billion Mega Millions prize, the second biggest lottery jackpot in the 20-year history of the game.
Notably since april no one won Friday draws, this caused the prize to roll over 29 times.
If no one had won this Friday, the prize would have increased to 1.7 billion by Tuesday, there it would have been the largest lottery prize in the country.
The intense Appalachian rains caused such severe flooding that at least 25 deaths were reported as of Saturday afternoon.
According to Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, the death toll likely to rise. Search and rescue teams could be recovering bodies in the coming weeks, she added.
Rains flood Las Vegas casinos and deserts
In tato, the intense summer storms they also flooded various parts of Las Vegas and caused water to cascade from the rooftops of casinos.
The United States Weather Service said it is a regional monsoon phenomenon which could be repeated until this weekend.
News from Mexico
Because not all news happens in the United States, we share with you a summary of the most relevant events in Mexico.
INM deports 126 migrants to Venezuela
The National Migration Institute (INM) deported 126 migrants from Venezuela this Saturday, so far this year they add up to a total of 343 deportations.
According to the INM, it is 117 men and nine women who could not prove their regular entry into the country.
These people remained in the Siglo XXI Immigration Station, located in Tapachula, Chiapasawaiting return to their country of origin.
There are more than 100 thousand missing people in Mexico
From 1964 to May 31, 2022, 100 thousand 447 are registered missing and unaccounted for persons in Mexico, revealed a study prepared by the General Directorate of Strategic Research of the Belisario Domínguez Institute (IBD).
The IBD detailed that 83.7% of these disappearances occurred in the last 16 years.
The investigation entitled “Findings and recommendations of the Committee against Forced Disappearance of the UN to Mexico”, prepared by Juan Manuel Rodríguez Carrillo and Susana Ramírez Hernández, highlights that, in the period from 2006 to May 2022, the ten entities that have recorded the largest number of missing and unaccounted for persons are:
- Jalisco with 13 thousand 339
- Tamaulipas with 10 thousand 594
- State of Mexico with 6 thousand 387
- Nuevo León with 5 thousand 913
- Sinaloa with 5 thousand 112
- Sonora with 4 thousand 161
- Michoacan with 4 thousand 100
- Veracruz with 3 thousand 961
- Mexico City with 3 thousand 501
- Coahuila with 3 thousand 287
Together they represent the 71.8% of the total of registered cases.