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Top US envoys to meet Mexico president to calm tension

Mexico - The US secretaries of state and homeland security meet with Mexico's president on Thursday, seeking to ease diplomatic tensions over President Donald Trump's trade and immigration policies.

Arts save young Mexicans from crime

Mexico - Ex-drug addict Fernando Rivera lived through hell as a youth from a poor and violent suburb of Mexico City -- until art saved him.Now, aged 24, he smiles as he shows the mask with a skull design that he wears when he creates paintings with a spray-can....

Mexican mom seeks justice for son killed by US border guard

Juarez - Guadalupe Guereca wants just one thing: "Justice."In a choked voice, the 59-year-old woman recounts the death of her teenage son, fatally shot on Mexican soil by an American policeman standing on the US side of the border.

Mexicans form 'human wall' along US border to protest Trump

Juarez - Thousands of Mexicans linked arms to form a "human wall" on their country's border with the United States, protesting President Donald Trump's plan to build a massive barrier between the countries.

ICE arrests Mexican 'Dreamer' with no criminal record

Tacoma - Federal immigration officials arrested an undocumented immigrant who was brought into the United States from Mexico when he was a child and who enjoyed protection under the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

Thousands of Mexicans protest against Trump

Mexico - Tens of thousands of Mexicans protested Sunday against US President Donald Trump, hitting back at his anti-Mexican rhetoric and his pledges to make their country pay for his "big, beautiful" border wall.

Mexico warns citizens to 'take precautions' in US

Mexico - Mexico's government is warning its citizens to "take precautions" amid the "new reality" in the United States, after an undocumented mother was deported to her home country.

Mexican forces kill cartel leader, 11 others

Mexico - Mexican authorities killed a drug cartel leader and 11 other gang suspects in clashes involving ground forces and a military helicopter that fired at the gunmen, officials said Friday.

Mexican leftist leader heads to US to challenge Trump

Mexico - Mexican leftist 2018 presidential hopeful Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador plans to visit the United States on Sunday to talk with migrants and Americans about US President Donald Trump's "poisonous" rhetoric.

Drug lord Chapo's sons say ex-ally attacked them: report

Mexico - Sons of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman accused a former ally of trying to kill them, a prominent journalist said Thursday, indicating a possible battle for the jailed Mexican drug kingpin's succession.

Mexican marine, five suspects killed in shootout

Mexico - Five suspected criminals and a marine died in a shootout on Tuesday in the northwestern city of Culiacan, where 10 other people were killed over the weekend, authorities said.

Mexico's 'Corruptour' visits nation's dark underbelly

Mexico - Packed with sightseers eagerly snapping pictures on their cameras and cell phones, this looks like any other tour bus in the world -- or almost.

Mexico, Turkey speed up free trade negotiations

Mexico - Mexico and Turkey agreed on Friday to speed up negotiations for a free trade agreement in the wake of protectionist threats from US President Donald Trump.

Syrian students offered new life in Mexico

Mexico - As US President Donald Trump curbs migrants' access to the United States, its southern neighbor Mexico is letting certain Syrian refugees settle there to rebuild their lives.

US, Mexican chief diplomats to meet amid tensions

Mexico - Mexico's foreign minister and the new US secretary of state agreed Thursday to meet soon, the Mexican government said amid a diplomatic row between the neighboring nations.

Mexico, US deny Trump threatened to send troops across border

Mexico - The Mexican and US governments denied a report that US President Donald Trump told Mexico's leader that he may deploy US troops to deal with drug cartels because Mexican soldiers are doing a bad job.

World’s smallest porpoise on brink of extinction, scientists warn

Mexico - Mexico's vaquita marina is edging closer to extinction as scientists warned that only 30 were left despite navy efforts to intercept illegal fishing nets killing the world's smallest porpoise.

NAFTA negotiation may start in May: Mexico

Mexico - Mexico's government expects negotiations to modify the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and the United States, one of US President Donald Trump's key demands, to begin in May.

'Viva Mexico!': Trump wall awakens Mexican patriotism

Mexico - Mexicans are replacing profile pictures on social media with their country's flag. Others are calling for boycotts of American products like Coca-Cola and Starbucks.

Mexico welcomes US idea to make drug cartels fund wall

Mexico - Mexico welcomed on Monday a senior US official's suggestion that drug cartels could pay for a controversial border wall, but the idea raised eyebrows in local media.
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