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Diario de juarez clasificado

Diario de juarez clasificado

Diario de juarez

In 1999 the newspapers changed the name and banner from Diario de Juarez and Diario de Chihuahua to El Diario to better serve the readers in the State of Chihuahua and in El Paso. Also in 1999, a new press facility was completed in Chihuahua with the latest and most modern newspaper production equipment. Today, the Chihuahua edition of El Diario publishes daily editions for the central communities of Delicias, Cuauhtemoc and Parral. The Associated Press (AP) reported on September 19, 2010: "The largest newspaper in Ciudad Juarez asked the border city's warring drug cartels Sunday for a truce after the killing last week of its second journalist in less than two years. In a front-page editorial, El Diario de Juarez asked the cartels what they want from the newspaper so it can continue its work without further death, injury or... EL PASO,

Texas — A major border news daily published a jaw-dropping front page editorial this week that seems to call on drug cartels, or whichever entities are in control of crime-plagued Ciudad Juarez, to tell them what the newspaper should publish to prevent further attacks against its staff. The September 18 editorial in El Diario de Juarez, prompted by the recent shooting death the paper’s 21-year-old photographer Luis Carlos Santiago Orozco outside a shopping mall, said, in part: “Tell us what you want from us, what you want us to publish or not publish, so we will know what to do?”

DIARIO

In 1999 the newspapers changed the name and banner from Diario de Juarez and Diario de Chihuahua to El Diario to better serve the readers in the State of Chihuahua and in El Paso. Also in 1999, a new press facility was completed in Chihuahua with the latest and most modern newspaper production equipment. Today, the Chihuahua edition of El Diario publishes daily editions for the central communities of Delicias, Cuauhtemoc and Parral.

In 2003, Editora purchased another piece of property at 1801 Texas Avenue in downtown El Paso. On May 16, 2005, Editora launched El Diario de El Paso, El Paso's first daily Spanish-language newspaper. Medina presentó una herida de bala con entrada en línea media axilar del lado derecho y salida en el tórax posterior, es decir, el militar disparó de frente por el lado derecho y la bala salió por la espalda, de acuerdo con peritos en balística forense consultados por El Diario.Associated Press (AP) reported on September 19, 2010: "The largest newspaper in Ciudad Juarez asked the border city's warring drug cartels Sunday for a truce after the killing last week of its second journalist in less than two years. In a front-page editorial, El Diario de Juarez asked the cartels what they want from the newspaper so it can continue its work without further death, injury or...

 

 

 

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