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Baja & Border News Translations: Missing American Sought; Talks Attended by More Than 8,000 Youth
Missing American Sought (Tijuana Press, 1/8/13 by Nora Leticia Garcia)
Tijuana, BC - Calls are made for the collaboration of citizens for help to locate American Timothy Andrew Phillips, lost since the month of December.
According to the Ministry of Public Security Municipal SSPM, the man disappeared on December 18 when he crossed into Tijuana, in a white Nissan vehicle, with California plates 6PDF015.
According to the authorities, they started a preliminary C.A.P.E.A 19/13/211/AC investigation. If you have information to help locate him, you can report it to numbers 089 or 066. You may also contact the San Diego police at phone: (619) 531-2065 or (858) 484-3154. http://www.tijuanapress.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8607:buscan-a-norteamericano-desaparecido&catid=1:locales&Itemid=50
Talks Attended by More Than 8,000 Youth (Tijuana Press, 1/8/13 by communiqué gob. Edo.)
Tijuana, BC - The Youth Institute of Baja California (JuventudBC) gave more than 500 preventive talks from specialists in various fields to 8,500 students at high schools during the past year, said the Director of the State unit, Miguel Angel Torres Cabral.
In this way, he said, efforts with various schools in the five boroughs, were coordinated in order to integrate a calendar of activities to campuses where there has been increased interest in some topics. "We impart talks related to sexuality, addictions, bullying, unwanted pregnancies, work culture, self-esteem, life, social networks, and a dating violence project," said Torres Cabral.
The State official stressed that experiences in 2012 revealed interests by youth in high schools for preventive talks offered by JuventudBC, which is a reason why during this year, we are projected to extend the coverage of benefits to more students.
During the development talks in schools, young people expressed their concerns and in turn received appropriate guidance in order to resolve concerns in a professional manner. In some cases, the Youth Institute of Baja California has taught more than one preventive conversation in a school, according to requests made by executives for the State unit to come.
Teachers also have joined the actions of the State Government by addressing current issues existing among youth of the entity, so that they can detect if these problems are recurrent in the classrooms and act accordingly. http://www.tijuanapress.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8604:impartieron-platicas-a-mas-de-8-mil-jovenes&catid=1:locales&Itemid=50
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