Heavy gunfire rocked the city of Culiacan in clashes that left blazing vehicles strewn across the street and sent terrified residents running for cover after authorities captured Ovidio Guzman, son of jailed Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzman.
The new US policy would effectively deny asylum to nearly all migrants arriving at the southern border who aren't from Mexico.
Most migrants have much more deeply-rooted reasons to leave everything behind and walk towards the unknown.
Indigenous artisan Glafira Candelaria, who lives in the small central Mexico mountain village of San Nicolas, views Herrera's dresses as a blatant rip-off of her traditional wares.
Photographs of a document that US President Donald Trump waved in front of reporters revealed that Mexico appeared to pledge to enact or enforce certain domestic laws if Washington is not satisfied with the results of its first promised efforts.
If US President Donald Trump is not satisfied with Mexico's efforts to crack down on immigration, the tariff will increase to 10 percent on July 1, 15 percent on August 1, 20 percent on September 1 and 25 percent on October 1, the White House says.
Journalist Francisco Romero had filed a complaint on April 12 over threats he had received and was enrolled in the Mexican government's protection programme for journalists and activists.
Mexico says it's not planning to accept US demands that it give asylum to caravan migrants, thousands of whom have arrived at the US-Mexican border in recent weeks.
The mayor of Tijuana declares a humanitarian crisis in his border city and asks the UN for aid to deal with the approximately 5,000 Central American migrants camping out in the city.
The word 'migrant caravan' is used to describe a group of thousand of Central American migrants on their way to the United States. The term plays down their need.
As Mexicans prepare to cast their ballots on Sunday, the people of Nahuatzen, an inhabitants of indigenous village tucked into the country's western mountains, are busy blocking streets with bonfires to keep out electoral authorities.
US President Donald Trump says he would probably station a few thousand National Guard troops at the 3,200-kilometre-long Mexican border until the wall he wants to build there is done.
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