Tijuana News is an essential resource for anyone interested in the region. While it is one of the most dangerous places in the world, the news about it provides an insider’s perspective on the region. Its reporters include VOA’s Cristina Caicedo Smit and Vincente Calderon. The newspaper also features photojournalists Pablo Samora and Brian Williamson.

Thousands of people live and work in Tijuana, and the region’s citizens are aware of the threat of cartel violence. In recent years, this violence has become routine, and it has become an unavoidable part of the city’s life. In a recent attack, two death threats were made to Mexico’s president. Since then, six people have been arrested, including members of the Jalisco cartel. The arrests are intended to provide more peace of mind for residents.

While the violence in Noticias de TIjuana has continued, the Mexican government is attempting to prevent further damage. The president of Mexico and the Mexican military have been sent into the city to help with the situation. The United States government is also trying to respond. Employees in the Consulate in Tijuana were instructed to shelter in place. On Aug. 13, the U.S. State Department released an updated alert. They also asked American citizens to reconsider traveling to Baja California and other parts of Mexico.

On Friday night, several drug cartels terrorized the streets of Tijuana and the surrounding region. Thousands of federal troops have been deployed to the border cities. This follows a week of violence in other Mexican states. The central government has blamed the chaos on the Jalisco New Generation drug cartel. However, some officials say that several cartels are involved in a power struggle.

In response to the violence in Tijuana, the President of Mexico met with local authorities on Friday. The two leaders discussed how the violence has effected the region. The President of Baja California said the violence was intended to generate attention and publicity and to create a national scandal. Lopez Obrador and the Baja California Governor also communicated on the situation. Meanwhile, the Mexican National Guard deployed to reinforce peace in the region over the weekend.