Acapulco post-Hurricane Otis: Secretary of Tourism ensures tourist safety, local hero policewoman breastfeeds a hungry baby, residents defend against looting, armed forces deployed, business leaders propose recovery plan, Mexico City provides support, and Cuban doctors offer medical aid.
In the aftermath of a devastating disaster in Guerrero, Mexico, President López Obrador and a dedicated team of officials vow to rebuild and support the affected communities, offering hope amidst the tragedy and challenges they face.
During the 1960s-1980s, Mexico's Dirty War saw the state's brutal crackdown on opposition. The Telaraña Plan, launched in 1971, aimed to eradicate guerrilla groups in Guerrero. This dark chapter, marked by torture, forced disappearances, and conflict, reminds us of the cost of unchecked power.