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Texas, Arizona announce troop deployments to Mexico border
The US states of Texas and Arizona on Friday announced plans to send National Guard troops to the southern border with Mexico after President Donald Trump ordered a thousands-strong deployment to combat drug trafficking and illegal immigration.
US states of Texas, Arizona announce troop deployments to Mexico border
The US states of Texas and Arizona have announced plans to send reserve troops to the border with Mexico after President Donald Trump ordered the deployment of thousands of soldiers to combat illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
Migrant caravan in Mexico resumes journey toward US
A ‘caravan’ of hundreds of Central American migrants that had been traveling through Mexico toward the United States but had been halted by the Mexican government along the way has resumed its journey, although it has diminished in size.
Mexico stops refugee ‘caravan’ heading to US
Mexican authorities have effectively stopped hundreds of Central American refugees moving through Mexico toward the United States in a prearranged ‘caravan,’ which has angered US President Donald Trump.
Trump warns to end NAFTA if Mexico doesn’t secure border
US President Donald Trump has warned that he would scrap the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) if Mexico doesn’t do more to curb drug and immigration flow to the north of the border, doubling down on the importance of separating the two countries with a wall.
US military veteran who fought in Afghanistan deported to Mexico
A US military veteran who fought in the war against Afghanistan and had been in the US since age 8 has been deported to Mexico because of a 2008 drug-trafficking conviction.
Report: Trump pressing Pentagon to pay for US-Mexico border wall
A new report has revealed that US President Donald Trump is privately pushing the Pentagon to pay for the construction of his proposed border wall between the United States and Mexico.
Mexican agriculture sector seeks more exports to China
Mexico is seeking to increase its agricultural exports to China, where its avocado and berries have found a niche.
Mexico's economic growth drops to 2% in 2017
Mexico's economy grew by two percent in 2017, down from 2.9 percent in 2016, due to less industrial activity linked to the United States, the country's statistics bureau INEGI announced.
Mexico hit by 7.2 magnitude earthquake, damaging buildings
A 7.2 magnitude quake rocked Mexico on Friday, causing minor damage to buildings in the southern state of Oaxaca, but with no preliminary reports of deaths.
Mexico pipeline thefts at record high
Fuel thieves in Mexico drilled 10,363 illegal taps into state-owned pipelines in 2017, or an average of about 28 illegal taps every day.
32 bodies found in mass graves in rural Mexico
At least 32 bodies have been found in mass graves in Mexico's northwestern state of Nayarit, authorities said Tuesday.
Mexico ‘to leave NAFTA talks if US triggers pullout’
Mexico will discontinue negotiations to change the terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NFTA) if the United States triggers a six-month withdrawal process from the pact, officials say.
Archeologists uncover ancient model of Universe in Mexico
It tells a very different story. The people of ancient Mexico may not have had the powerful telescopes that we have access to today, but that didn't stop them depicting the vastness of the universe all the same, as a new archeological discovery at the Nahualac Site near Mexico City shows.
Trump admin. asks $18b to fund Mexico border wall: Report
The administration of US President Donald Trump has proposed spending $18 billion over the next 10 years to construct his controversial wall on the border with Mexico, a new report says, providing what could be a blueprint of how the president hopes to deliver on his signature campaign pledge.

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