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Colombian Army Captures Alleged High-Ranking FARC Terrorist

first_imgIn addition to El Azul, the U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned seven members of his family, including his wife, Ofelia Monzón Araujo, on July 24, 2012. After U.S. authorities sanctioned Monzón Araujo, she allegedly began transferring the ownership of land in the Mexican city of Culiacán in the sate of Sinaloa to her mother, Alejandra Araujo Uriarte. In addition to El Azul, the U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned seven members of his family, including his wife, Ofelia Monzón Araujo, on July 24, 2012. After U.S. authorities sanctioned Monzón Araujo, she allegedly began transferring the ownership of land in the Mexican city of Culiacán in the sate of Sinaloa to her mother, Alejandra Araujo Uriarte. It is unclear whether El Azul is still alive, however. In June 2014, one of his sons, José Juan Esparragoza Jiménez, told a federal judge during a court hearing that his father had died of a heart attack. Troops also captured an alleged FARC operative who uses the alias “James” and is suspected of being part of Richard’s security detail. Paraguay’s SENAD: Country’s narco-trafficking generates at least $650 million annually Drug traffickers in Paraguay typically launder their profits through the automobile, cattle and credit card industries. The country has between 5,000 and 8,000 hectares of land which narco-traffickers use to produce 17,500 tons of processed marijuana annually, according to SENAD Minister Luis Rojas. The Colombian National Army began 2015 by capturing an alleged high-ranking member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in a rural area in the Algeciras municipality in Huila department following a gun battle. The Colombian National Army began 2015 by capturing an alleged high-ranking member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in a rural area in the Algeciras municipality in Huila department following a gun battle. On January 1, Soldiers arrested Carlos Andres Bustos Córtez, also known as “Richard,” and suspected to be the second-in-command of the FARC’s Ayiber Gonzales Company. He was transported to Neiva University Hospital in the department of Huila to treat a non-life-threatening injury he received during the gun battle. Richard was wanted in connection with the killings of eight police officers and for directing extortion schemes which included attacks against police stations, store owners, and the country’s energy infrastructure. It is unclear whether El Azul is still alive, however. In June 2014, one of his sons, José Juan Esparragoza Jiménez, told a federal judge during a court hearing that his father had died of a heart attack. Mexican law enforcement officials worked in cooperation with the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) to levy the sanctions, which are pursuant to the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (Kingpin Act). The sanctions freeze her U.S. financial assets. By Dialogo January 06, 2015 On January 1, Soldiers arrested Carlos Andres Bustos Córtez, also known as “Richard,” and suspected to be the second-in-command of the FARC’s Ayiber Gonzales Company. He was transported to Neiva University Hospital in the department of Huila to treat a non-life-threatening injury he received during the gun battle. Richard was wanted in connection with the killings of eight police officers and for directing extortion schemes which included attacks against police stations, store owners, and the country’s energy infrastructure. “Araujo Uriarte has knowingly concealed the assets of an influential drug lord,” OFAC Director Adam J. Szubin said in a prepared statement in December. “[The] designation builds on our unrelenting efforts to disrupt the Sinaloa Cartel and other narcotics organizations around the world.” Narco-trafficking generates at least $650 million annually in Paraguay, according to the country’s National Anti-Drug Secretary (SENAD). Colombian Defense Minister Juan Carlos Pinzón told reporters the Army will continue to “protect the Colombian people” and “persecute those who threaten tranquility, life and peace.” The country has between 5,000 and 8,000 hectares of land which narco-traffickers use to produce 17,500 tons of processed marijuana annually, according to SENAD Minister Luis Rojas. Troops also captured an alleged FARC operative who uses the alias “James” and is suspected of being part of Richard’s security detail. The U.S. Treasury Department designated El Azul and the Sinaloa Cartel as significant foreign narcotics traffickers pursuant to the Kingpin Act in 2003 and 2009, respectively. Narco-trafficking generates at least $650 million annually in Paraguay, according to the country’s National Anti-Drug Secretary (SENAD). Mexican law enforcement officials worked in cooperation with the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) to levy the sanctions, which are pursuant to the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (Kingpin Act). The sanctions freeze her U.S. financial assets. Paraguay’s SENAD: Country’s narco-trafficking generates at least $650 million annually Drug traffickers in Paraguay typically launder their profits through the automobile, cattle and credit card industries. Mexico, U.S. work together to sanction alleged Sinaloa Cartel aide The U.S. Treasury Department has designated Alejandra Araujo Uriarte as a Specially Designated Narcotics Trafficker for allegedly holding and hiding assets in her name on behalf of her son-in-law, Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, known as “El Azul,” and a suspected leader of Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel. Colombian Defense Minister Juan Carlos Pinzón told reporters the Army will continue to “protect the Colombian people” and “persecute those who threaten tranquility, life and peace.” “Araujo Uriarte has knowingly concealed the assets of an influential drug lord,” OFAC Director Adam J. Szubin said in a prepared statement in December. “[The] designation builds on our unrelenting efforts to disrupt the Sinaloa Cartel and other narcotics organizations around the world.” The U.S. Treasury Department designated El Azul and the Sinaloa Cartel as significant foreign narcotics traffickers pursuant to the Kingpin Act in 2003 and 2009, respectively. The U.S. Treasury Department has designated Alejandra Araujo Uriarte as a Specially Designated Narcotics Trafficker for allegedly holding and hiding assets in her name on behalf of her son-in-law, Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, known as “El Azul,” and a suspected leader of Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel. 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2015 CUES Golden Mirror Awards shows credit union marketing is more sophisticated than ever

first_img 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr CUES President/CEO John Pembroke discusses the latest group of 2015 Golden Mirror Award winners. We chat with John about how each year the winning entries seem to get more and more sophisticated — and even fun. This increasing quality bodes well for the industry and its growing image. Check it out — and go look at the winners for inspiration.last_img

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Warner stranded as Australia fall short in second T20

first_imgPORT ELIZABETH, South Africa (Reuters) – Opener David Warner scored an unbeaten half-century in vain as Australia blew what appeared to be a comfortable chase and South Africa claimed a 12-run victory in the second Twenty20 International on Sunday.South Africa posted a below-par 158 for four in their 20 overs as Australia strangled their bright start, but were able to defend the total as the wicket slowed up and the touring side found scoring increasingly difficult.Warner was unbeaten on 67 from 56 balls and having reached 98 for one in the 13th over, Australia looked odds-on for the victory until South Africa found a way to cut off the boundaries and they finished short on 146 for six.The series is level at 1-1 with the decider to be played in Cape Town on Wednesday, after which the sides will contest three one-day internationals.“We’ve played here a number of times and I’ve realised that the new ball is key,” South Africa captain Quinton de Kock said at the post-match presentation.“We understand that this wicket, especially late afternoon, for the team batting second it’s always going to be difficult.”De Kock was again the mainstay of the South African innings, his clean striking bringing five fours and four sixes in a fine 70 from 47 balls before he holed out to mid-off.Rassie van der Dussen (37 from 26 balls) provided a vital contribution, but South Africa were 20 or so runs short of where they should have been, having scored only 36 runs in the last five overs with wickets in hand.Seamer Kane Richardson was the pick of the Australian bowling attack with 2-21 in four overs.Australia appeared to be cruising in their reply and when Steve Smith (29 from 26 balls) was out with the score on 98, they required 61 from 45 balls with eight wickets remaining.But South Africa used the slow wicket expertly as leg-spinner Tabraiz Shamsi returned figures of 0-17 in his four overs to increase the pressure on the visitors.Australia needed 20 from the final 12 balls and when Kagiso Rabada’s penultimate overwent for only three, they were firmly on the back foot and never recovered momentum.“I thought we were in the hunt for most of the chase. We just didn’t get that kick at the end that we needed,” Australia skipper Aaron Finch said.“Both teams bowled well at the end, it’s not ideal but a great game.”last_img read more

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City play out scoreless draw

first_imgCity side remain third in the table after being held to a scoreless draw by Mark Hughes’ side. Pep Guardiola started with David Silva on the bench, but defended his decision to rotate his squad given their schedule.last_img

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