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The Tijuana River in the Context of the Water Treaty of 1944
The binational challenge of managing the Tijuana River must be situated within the framework of the Water Treaty of 1944, as well as other bilateral agreements that preceded it in the diplomacy and practice centered on managing shared streams along the Mexico-U.S.
El siguiente apartado titulado "Tijuana ?tequila, sexo y marihuana?Su consolidacion socio-historica mas alla del mito", hace una reflexion en torno a la institucionalizacion de la corrupcion y criminalidad a nivel local durante la epoca dorada.
The incident did not appear to be related to organized crime, said Jorge Alvarez Mendoza, a prosecutor in Tijuana.
How long the migrants stay in Tijuana remains uncertain, as 3,140 people already are waiting to file asylum claims.
Rene Vazquez, 60, a Tijuana resident who was volunteering at the stadium, said Mexico's federal government ignored the problem by allowing the caravan to cross the country without stopping.
Josue Vargas, an immigrant from Honduras who finally pulled into Tijuana yesterday after more than a month on the road, said: "Mexico has been excellent, we have no complaint about Mexico.