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'We left everything': stories of Mexicans uprooted by violence

Apaxtla - After 88 years living in San Felipe, in the mountains of southern Mexico, Maria Guadalupe Castro fled the only home she had ever known, along with the rest of the village's residents.

Mexico court blocks sales of Frida Kahlo Barbie

Mexico - A Mexican court has barred sales of a controversial Frida Kahlo Barbie doll in the painter's home country, ruling her family owned the sole rights to her image, lawyers said Thursday.

Billionaire Slim jumps into Mexico election spat over airport

Mexico - Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim defended one of his prized investments Monday -- a huge new airport for Mexico City -- against the leading candidate for the country's presidential election, who has threatened to cancel the project.

Mexico 'community police' fight cartels' fire with fire

Tlacotepec - In the rugged mountains of Guerrero, the most violent state in a Mexico awash in blood, the civilians who have taken up arms to protect their communities often tell a similar story.

The bitter smiles of Central American migrants in Mexico

Mexico - Their lips often curve into a tentative smile as they face the camera, but the Central American migrants crossing Mexico toward the United States have little reason to be happy.

Mexico lets independent 'Bronco' run for president

Mexico - A Mexican court ruled Tuesday that controversial independent candidate Jaime "The Bronco" Rodriguez can run for president, even though electoral authorities found he failed to collect the required signatures.

Race for Mexico's 'cocaine of the sea' pushes 2 species toward extinction

San Felipe - The dried fish parts don't look like much to the novice eye, but the totoaba swim bladders discreetly displayed in this shop in Guangzhou, China sell for up to $20,000.

Mexico reviews cooperation with US over 'blatant' tension

Mexico - Mexico said Monday it is reviewing its cooperation with the United States over "blatant" tension with Donald Trump's administration following his decision to deploy the National Guard to the border.

Mexico reviews cooperation with US over 'blatant' tension

Mexico - Mexico is carrying out a sweeping review of its cooperation with the neighboring United States because of "blatant" tension with Donald Trump's administration, the foreign minister said Monday.

Hopping the wall into Trump's US, in under 2 minutes

Juarez - President Donald Trump's orders to deploy thousands of National Guard troops to secure the US frontier with Mexico did not stop one determined migrant from hopping the border wall on Friday.

'Threats, disrespect' unjustified, Mexican president tells Trump

Mexico - Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto lashed out at his US counterpart Donald Trump on Thursday amid growing tensions over migration and border security, saying "threatening or disrespectful attitudes" were unjustified.

Migrant caravan breaks up in southern Mexico

Mat - The caravan of Central American migrants whose trek across Mexico infuriated US President Donald Trump began breaking up Thursday, after abandoning its plan to travel en masse to the United States.

Migrant caravan breaks up in southern Mexico

Mat - The caravan of Central American migrants whose trek across Mexico infuriated US President Donald Trump began breaking up Thursday, after abandoning its plan to travel en masse to the United States.

Migrant caravan members plead with Trump: 'Give us a chance'

Mat - The Central Americans crossing Mexico in the migrant caravan that has infuriated President Donald Trump are fleeing gang violence, poverty and political repression.Here are five of their stories.

Migrant caravan abandons plan to travel to US border

Mat - A caravan of Central American migrants whose trek across Mexico infuriated President Donald Trump has decided not to travel to the US border, leaders said Tuesday.

US border a long way off for migrant caravan angering Trump

Mat - The hundreds of Central Americans in the "Way of the Cross" migrant caravan have infuriated President Donald Trump, but they are not moving very fast -- if at all -- and remain far from the US border.

Op-Ed: U.S. wants a NAFTA deal in principle very soon

Washington - The Trump administration is pushing hard for a preliminary NAFTA agreement in order to announce it at a summit in Peru next week.

Mexico presidential candidates open race slamming Trump

Ciudad Ju - Mexico's top presidential candidates launched their campaigns Sunday vowing to take a harder line against Donald Trump, with the leftist front-runner saying his country is done being the US president's "pinata.

Mexico presidential front-runners hit back at Trump tweets

Ciudad Ju - Mexico's top presidential candidates lashed out Sunday at Donald Trump for saying the country was doing "very little" to stop illegal migration, and vowed to take a harder line with the US president.

At least six police killed in Mexico prison riot: officials

Coatzacoalcos - Seven people including at least six police were killed Sunday in a prison riot in eastern Mexico, authorities said, the latest outburst of deadly violence in the country's jails.
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