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Nine US citizens, including children, killed in Mexico attack on Mormons
At least nine US citizens, three women and six children, have been killed in an attack by suspected drug cartel gunmen in northern Mexico.
Mayor beaten over broken election promise
Horrifying footage reveals the moment a mayor was kidnapped, beaten, tied to a truck and dragged through the street by an angry mob. WARNING: Graphic
Shocking image of drowned man and daughter underscores grim reality of migrant crisis
The toddler’s arm was still draped around her father’s neck after bodies were found in the Rio Grande as they sought asylum
Mexico sends nearly 15K troops to the US border
The deployments come after renewed pressure from the Trump administration on Mexico to help slow migration flows northward
US signed ‘another very important part’ of immigration deal with Mexico – Trump
US President Donald Trump has announced signing an “important” part of an agreement on immigration with Mexico. The news comes a week into the neighbors’ row over tariffs and border security.
Mexico tries to avoid Trump tariffs by tightening border security
Mexico scrambled Thursday to slow the flow of Central American migrants to the United States as talks continued in Washington to head off President Donald Trump's threat of potentially catastrophic tariffs on Mexican goods.
Mexican officials to starts face-to-face talks in Washington early over US tariff threat
Economy Minister Graciela Marquez is set to meet US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Monday, ahead of the planned Wednesday talks
Mexico president tells Donald Trump: 'America First is a fallacy' in response to tariff threat
Mexico’s President is responding to President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on his country. Veuer’s Nick Cardona has that story. Buzz60
Trump announces tariffs on all Mexico goods in latest anti-immigration measure
US President Donald Trump has announced tariffs on all goods coming from Mexico in a bid to curb illegal immigration.
Mexico City pollution: Residents urged to stay indoors
Officials in Mexico City have declared an environmental emergency after air pollution in the Mexican capital reached levels potentially dangerous to human health.
More than 1,000 migrants break out of southern Mexico detention centre
Mass escape from overcrowded Siglo XXI facility sign of how surge in arrivals has stretched resources
Frustration grows among migrants in Mexico as support fades
Tired and angry, many migrants no longer want to talk to reporters.
Mexican president wants to 'bring order' to Central American migration to U.S
It was not immediately clear if the government was limiting the number of visas it issues.
Man wanted for murder in Florida caught in Mexico after 20 years on the run
Lamont Stephenson was pulled over early Thursday morning.
El Chapo’s wife makes cryptic comment
The beauty queen hinted at the drug kingpin’s masterplan for avoiding a life sentence, as a former cartel member alleged he ran a “cocaine train” to the US.
Mexico accepts housing migrants, seeks US development aid
Ebrard's statements came as anxious Tijuana residents closed down a school next to a sports complex where thousands of migrants have been camped out for two weeks.
Mexico announces aid options for Central American migrants
Migrants who want to take up his offer must file paperwork with the National Institute of Migration.
Migrant caravan streams out of Guatemala, halted by Mexican police
"It's a challenge that Mexico is facing, and that's how I expressed it to Secretary Pompeo," Videgaray told a joint news conference.
American celebrating wedding anniversary killed in Mexico City
An American woman has been fatally shot in Mexico City while on holiday with her husband to celebrate their first wedding anniversary.
8 Mexicans comprise a bigger share of border prosecutions since Trump ended family separations
In a sudden reversal, President Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order that he says will keep together immigrant families who have been detained at the U.S. border Time
Mexico: 40% of country is paralyzed by violence, says new chief of staff
Alfonso Romo, who’ll work under the new incoming president known as Amlo, says chronic insecurity has gripped the country
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