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Mexico is the wall: president under fire over migration clampdown

24 Jan 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexican leader Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador faces growing criticism he is doing U.S. President Donald Trump's bidding after erecting a "wall" of security forces who clashed with Central American migrants near the Guatemala border this week.

Mexican president vows justice in visit to town scarred by massacre

13 Jan 2020

LA MORA Mexico's president pledged on Sunday that those behind a massacre that killed nine members of a U.S.-Mexican family of Mormon origin will be punished and that the truth surrounding the crime will eventually come out. | Video

Relatives of massacre victims torn over future in Mexico as most flee

12 Jan 2020

LA MORA, Mexico Two months after tragedy struck, beefed-up security has helped calm the holdout residents of a tight-knit community of U.S.-Mexican families of Mormon origin. But with only a few families staying put, at least one village is being hollowed out.

'Into the lion's den': Mexican asylum seekers fear deportation to Guatemala

09 Jan 2020

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico/MEXICO CITY Mexicans seeking refuge in the United States to escape violence and lawlessness in their homeland fear worse dangers if they are sent to Guatemala under a new Trump administration scheme to crack down on asylum seekers. | Video

Mexico Mormon family has tearful Christmas after cartel murders

27 Dec 2019

COLONIA LEBARON, Mexico Surrounded by dozens of his descendants, Adrian LeBaron gave thanks to God as he prepared to celebrate Christmas for the first time since suspected Mexican drug cartel hitmen murdered his daughter and four grandchildren last month.

'Oh my God, look at that ship!': massive cruise liners collide off Mexico

20 Dec 2019

MEXICO CITY Two Carnival Corp cruise ships collided on Friday in the port of Mexico's Caribbean resort of Cozumel, the luxury cruise operator said, crushing the stern of a 952-foot-long (290-meter) vessel and leaving passengers stunned at the loud impact. | Video

Cruise ships collide in Mexico's Cozumel, damaging Carnival liner

20 Dec 2019

MEXICO CITY, Dec 20 Two cruise ships collided in a port in Mexico's Cozumel on Friday morning, causing damage to the stern of Carnival Corporation's Carnival Glory, videos posted on social media by passengers on a third ship showed.

Mexico postpones clean diesel rule for Pemex for five years

18 Dec 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's energy regulator voted on Wednesday to defer for five more years a rule requiring national oil company Pemex to produce, distribute and sell ultra-low-sulfur diesel (ULSD) nationwide.

UPDATE 2-Mexico postpones clean diesel rule for Pemex for five years

18 Dec 2019

MEXICO CITY, Dec 18 Mexico's energy regulator voted on Wednesday to defer for five more years a rule requiring national oil company Pemex to produce, distribute and sell ultra-low-sulfur diesel (ULSD) nationwide.

Families of Mexico massacre victims suffer backlash over cartel row

29 Nov 2019

MEXICO CITY Members of a U.S.-Mexican religious community who lost relatives in a gangland massacre this month have come under fire from supporters of Mexico's government for pressing the United States to declare drugs cartels terrorist groups.

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