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At least 100 Central American migrants arrested in Mexico
A group of approximately 100 Central American migrants were detained by members of the National Migration Institute during an operation close to the Mexican town of Huixtla in Chiapas State on Tuesday afternoon (April 16), Milenio TV reported.
Trump touts rising US border 'wall,' proposes economic penalty on Mexico
President Donald Trump on Friday promised approximately 450 miles (725 kilometers) of new “wall” along the southern US border, after threatening to slap Mexico with an unspecified economic penalty to crack down on what he describes as a crisis of undocumented immigration and drug trafficking.
S&P: Mexico faces possible downgrade in coming year, negative outlook
The Mexican government faces a one-in-three chance of having its credit rating downgraded over the coming year, as public finances struggle with mounting liabilities and slowing growth, rating agency Standard & Poor’s said on Friday.
Mexican economy sees 2% growth in 2018
Mexico's economy grew two percent in 2018, sustained by a strong services sector, according to preliminary figures published on Monday by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).
Mexico pushes mobile payments to help unbanked consumers ditch cash
Mexico’s new government is betting on financial technology to help lift people out of poverty.
Trump declares national emergency to build US-Mexico border wall
US President Donald Trump has declared a national emergency to bypass congressional approval and secure funding for the construction of his controversial wall on the US-Mexico border.
Human rights groups sue Trump admin. over sending asylum seekers to Mexico
US human rights groups have sued the administration of President Donald Trump for sending Central American families seeking asylum in the US back to Mexico, saying the policy puts migrants in danger.
California to pull troops from US-Mexico border in defiance of Trump
The Governor of the US state of California, Gavin Newsom, plans to withdraw all 360 state troops from the US-Mexico border, in defiance of President Donald Trump’s request for support from border states.
Death toll rises to 79 in Mexico pipeline blast: minister
A blast at a gasoline pipeline in Mexico that killed at least 79 people has put renewed attention on the government's strategy to stop fuel theft, with some relatives saying fuel shortages stemming from the plan led people to risk their lives.
Iran sympathizes with Mexico over deadly pipeline blast
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi offered condolences to Mexican government over a pipeline blast which claimed the lives of more than 70 people.
Mexico vows fuel theft crackdown after pipeline blast kills 66
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador pledged to step up efforts to stamp out fuel theft on Saturday after an explosion at a pipeline killed at least 66 people and injured 76 more.
Mexico's new crime fighting national guard easily wins lower house approval
Mexican lawmakers voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to approve the creation of a new 60,000-member national guard, a proposal embraced by leftist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador as a crucial tool in the fight against organized crime.
Mexico finds 20 bodies, 17 of them burned, near US border
Mexican authorities discovered 20 bodies on Wednesday, 17 of them burned, near the city of Nuevo Laredo, close to the US border, a security official said.
Mexico prepares for arrival of next Central American migrant caravan
Mexican authorities will meet with Central American officials to prepare for the arrival of a planned new caravan of migrants headed to the United States next week.
Archeologists find Mexico temple to god of skinning sacrifices
Archeologists in Mexico have found the first temple to the pre-Hispanic deity Xipe Totec, a god of fertility and war who was worshipped by sacrificing and skinning captives.

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