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Human rights groups are pleading with Mexico’s top health official to pressure the release of detained migrants at risk of contracting COVID-19
The majority of Mexico's detained migrant population cannot be repatriated due to COVID-19 travel restrictions in Honduras and El Salvador.
Mexico’s military paraded through the streets for independence day, and for the first time, women pilots flew over them
Celebrations took place all over Mexico, including the capital, where thousands watched the military parade pass on foot, in vehicles, and in the air.
Trump’s new Mexico tariffs threaten to derail a major trade agreement that took more than a year of bitter negotiation, and they’re even d...
President Donald Trump threatened 5% tariffs on Mexican goods in June that could increase to 25% to compel Mexico to stem migration into the US.
Mexico sent troops to fight cartels’ new billion-dollar business, and some Mexicans are fighting back
Fuel theft has become widespread in Mexico, committed by civilians and criminal groups alike, and the government has responded with troops.
Gas stations in Mexico are running dry after the state-owned oil company cracked down on rampant fuel theft
Mexican citizens shared photos of long lines and hot tempers after Pemex shifted some deliveries to trucks instead of pipelines.
Trump threatens to close the border over a new caravan forming in Honduras that reportedly isn’t even headed for the US
President Donald Trump warned of a new migrant caravan and vowed to close the US-Mexico border and withhold aid to Central American countries.
Mexico’s incoming president is running a Twitter poll to let people help name the US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement
Mexico's President-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrado, is running a Twitter poll to solicit suggestions for the name of the new Us, Mexico, Canada trade deal. The name cannot match the USMCA acronym used by the US and Canada because Mexico uses different technical terminology.
Mexican troops are in the streets to fight the drug war, and the country’s defense chief says legalization may be ‘a way out’
Mexico's defense minister said Friday that legalization could be a solution to the country's drug-related violence, and his comments are the first of their kind from a high-ranking military official.
Mexico’s socialist president-elect wants to fix trade with the USA by appealing to Trump’s anti-establishment politics
Mexican President-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, has sent US President Donald Trump a letter urging him to help bring an end to NAFTA negotiations, saying the pair could work together as two anti-establishment politicians that put their "voters and citizens at the center."
It's not clear why President Donald Trump thinks highly of Mexico's president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, but the US president has reportedly given him a nickname only a few days after he won the election.