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Reward offered for information on human remains found earlier this year on Fort Bliss

A $1,000 reward is being offered by the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division for information leading to the identification of human remains found on Fort Bliss. The partial remains were found March 18 in the Castner Range and Hondo Pass Drive area on Fort Bliss near a U.S. Border Patrol station in Northeast El Paso, Fort Bliss officials said. A person walking in the area found the remains and reported them to law enforcement. Fort Bliss Provost Marshals Office was then notified, and Fort Bliss Criminal Investigation Command agents were sent to investigate. The remains were discovered above ground and there is no evidence to indicate they had been buried, officials said at the time of the discovery. Officials said there is no danger to area residents or the community. It is believed the remains are a man between the ages of 30 to 40 years old with a height between 5 feet, 7 inches to 6 feet tall, officials said. They believe the man went missing and died between 2017 to 2019. The man was possibly wearing Black Oakley’s glasses, a blue Under Armor jacket, a white shirt, blue denim pants, a black knee brace, a grey sweatshirt, and white and gray “Wolverine” socks, officials said. A blue Crunch Fitness bag was found with the remains. Anyone with information is asked to call the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division at 915-568-1700 or cid.army.mil/report-a-crime.html. The $1,000 reward will be given to anyone who provides information leading to the person’s identification. The payout of the reward is contingent on the information is accurate and of value, officials said. ___ © 2021 www.elpasotimes.com Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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Mexican Authorities List Conditions To Reboot “Remain In Mexico” Program

Mexican Authorities List Conditions To Reboot “Remain In Mexico” Program Authored by Tom Ozimek via The Epoch Times, Mexican authorities have laid out a series of conditions for reviving the “Remain in Mexico” program, the Trump-era framework under which asylum-seekers were returned to Mexico to await the processing of their claims, with the development coming in context of the Biden administration’s plans to reinstate the policy following a court order. Mexico’s Foreign Ministry said in a Nov. 26 announcement that talks have “intensified” with the United States on rebooting the program, known as the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), but that Mexican authorities are waiting for a formal response from the Biden administration on a number of concerns. “The government of Mexico … has raised various concerns of a humanitarian nature regarding the asylum procedure in the United States,” the ministry said, adding that it has “highlighted the need to improve conditions for migrants and asylum seekers, so that they have better legal advice” regarding the processing of their clams, which Mexico said, “must be carried out as expeditiously as possible.” One of the conditions is for the United States to accelerate development programs for southern Mexico and Central America in order to address the root causes of migration. Another is for Washington to offer individuals deported under the MPP program medical care and vaccination against COVID-19 “to protect their right to health and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in communities on both sides of the border.” Mexico has also requested that the United States respect designated return points, taking into account local security conditions and the capacity of Mexican authorities “to provide adequate care to migrants.” Another “essential” request is for Washington to provide funding for shelters and non-government organizations “in order to improve conditions for migrants and asylum seekers in a substantive

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Biden ‘Forgets’ To Close The Southern Border Against ‘Omicron’ Variant

Biden ‘Forgets’ To Close The Southern Border Against ‘Omicron’ Variant Authored by Monica Showalter via AmericanThinker.com, Much has been made of the news that Joe Biden has shut the door to eight countries over the new ‘omicron’ COVID variant. AT deputy editor Andrea Widburg has an excellent piece today on that here. Some of the implications, of course, are vaguely comical. Biden’s White House medical advisor, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the so-called “expert” and voice of “science” he touted was last seen recommending against the closure of air travel. Joe, of course, did it anyway, signaling that Fauci’s expertise to him is all about what’s politically useful and, apparently, this wasn’t. After all, country after country was shutting its air travel from countries where that variant is present. According to Axios: Countries across Europe and Asia are rushing through new travel restrictions in response to a new COVID variant identified by scientists in South Africa. The big picture: Israel, Japan, the U.K., France, Germany, Italy and Singapore are moving to restrict entry from countries in the south of Africa, AP reports. Many are also adding quarantines for their own citizens upon return from the region. The U.K. ban targets “South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia and Zimbabwe,” per the N.Y. Times. The European Commission on Friday recommended EU countries “activate the emergency break” on travel from countries in southern Africa and other nations affected by the new variant. “All air travel to these countries should be suspended … until we have a clear understanding about the danger posed by this new variant,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said. “Travelers returning from this region should respect strict quarantine rules.” For Joe, it’s all about being part of the ‘in’ crowd, never mind that his administration seems to be of multiple minds on the matter and that historically, pandemic variants tend to be weaker than whatever came before them.

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