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Stunned Germany pledges to bounce back from Mexico loss
Germany’s shock World Cup opening defeat to Mexico on Sunday has left its tournament plans in disarray but coach Joachim Loew sounded confident the world champion would quickly make amends.
Mexico’s El Tri pummels 2014 champion in World Cup Group F opener
The Mexico men’s national football team, nicknamed El Tri (The Tri), has stunned the 2014 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup title holder Germany in its Group F opener of the 21st edition of the quadrennial international football tournament in Russia.
Another political murder in Mexico ahead of elections
A Mexican mayor has been killed amid a spate of political assassinations in the violence-wracked country.
US, Canada and Mexico awarded 2026 World Cup
The US, Canada and Mexico will host the 2026 World Cup after beating bid rival Morocco, FIFA announced.
Mexico responds to US tariffs by imposing own duties
Mexican authorities have introduced tariffs on goods and products imported from the United States to respond to US President Donald Trump’s controversial duties on metals.
Like the EU, Mexico to go to WTO over US tariffs
Mexico has threatened to file an official complaint with the World Trade Organization over the Trump administrations new tariffs on metal imports from Mexico and a host of other countries.
Nine bodies found in southwest Mexico
Authorities in Mexico have found nine bodies in the back of a pickup truck, as violence linked to drug trafficking and organized crime continues to plague the country.
20.7m minors living in poverty in Mexico
As many as 20.7 million children in Mexico live in poverty.
Mexico police confirm murder of three missing students
Police in Mexico have announced that three film students who went missing near the major city of Guadalajara five weeks ago were kidnapped, tortured, murdered, and dissolved in acid by members of a drug cartel.
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.

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