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US, Canada, European nations meet to discuss concern over Mexico energy policy
The United States, the European Union, Canada and six European nations have held joint talks on concerns over Mexico’s energy policy, sources told Reuters, as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador pushes for a bigger role for the state in the sector.
New details emerge about ancient empires in modern Mexico
The amount of information that many people know about the history of the Americas over a thousand years ago remains all too small. And while many historians have worked to correct this — Charles C. Mann’s 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus is a terrific read — there’s still a lot left to learn.
Mexico ratifies rule requiring trucks, buses to run on cleaner diesel
The Mexican government ratified an environmental rule that requires truck and bus makers to manufacture and sell only vehicles running on clean diesel starting in January 2021, despite criticism from the industry.
Iran’s ‘Malakout’ to go on screen at Oscar-qualifying Guadalajara festival in Mexico
Iranian short animated piece, ‘Malakout’, directed by Farnoosh Abedi, will be screened at the competition section of the 35th edition of the Guadalajara International Film Festival in Mexico.
Mexican lawmakers toughen penalties for femicide, abuse of minors after murders
Mexico’s lower house of congress on Tuesday approved an increase in prison sentences for crimes of femicide and sexual abuse of minors, amid a wave of protests after the murder of a seven-year-old girl in Mexico City.
Record-long drug tunnel found in US across Mexico border
US authorities have revealed what they called "the longest illicit cross-border tunnel" from Mexico to the San Diego area in the United States.
Mexico deports hundreds of migrants to Honduras
Mexico's government has returned hundreds of Hondurans back to their country after it largely halted a caravan of undocumented Central Americans migrants who waded across a river into Mexico.
Mexico deports 2,300 US-bound Honduran refugees
Mexican migration authorities say they have deported 2,300 Honduran refugees who crossed over from Guatemala with a caravan heading to the United States.
Migrants scuffle with Mexican troops along border river
Hundreds of Central American migrants waded across the Suchiate River into southern Mexico on Monday in a new test of US President Donald Trump’s Central America strategy to keep them away from the US border.
Mexico murder rate hits record high in 2019
A record high of nearly 35,000 people were murdered in Mexico in 2019, according to official data, as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador struggled to rein in violent crime in his first year in office.
Migrants cross Guatemala into Mexico after scuffles
Central American migrants entered Mexico from Guatemala in small groups on Saturday after clashes earlier in the day when dozens of people tried to force their way across the border and were pushed back by Mexican security forces.
More than 2,000 migrants enter Guatemala with Mexico in their sights
At least 2,200 people have entered Guatemala as part of a fast-growing US-bound caravan from Honduras, authorities said on Thursday, putting pressure on the region to satisfy Trump administration demands to curb illegal immigration.
Relatives of massacre victims torn over future in Mexico as most flee
Two months after tragedy struck, beefed-up security has helped calm the holdout residents of a tight-knit community of US-Mexican families of Mormon origin. But with only a few families staying put, at least one village is being hollowed out.
More than 60,000 people missing amid Mexico's drug war: Officials
The devastating human toll of Mexico’s security crisis was laid bare on Monday as authorities admitted nearly 62,000 people had vanished since the start of its catastrophic war on drugs in 2006.

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