Mexico

Trump Talks Up Border Wall — A Bit More Than Some Would Like

President Donald Trump on Wednesday showed off a swath of his wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, boasting about its impenetrability for the cameras to the point that he was gently reprimanded by his hosts in charge of construction.The president...
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Gop Senate Candidate Suggests Annexing Mexico

Daniel McCarthy (R), who is challenging Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ) in the Republican primary, suggested the United States annex Mexico, RealClearPolitics reports. Said McCarthy: “There is a process to become states for the United States....

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That Time America Threatened War With France Over Mexico

Warfare History Network History, Americas What would have happened? Key point: France tried to conquer Mexico and, although America was in the midst of its Civil War, Washington warned Paris to stop. The continued presence of a handpicked French...
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Asylum Seekers Get Their Day In Virtual Court

After months of preparation, the first round of virtual courts started hearing cases on Monday in the border city of Laredo, Texas. The migrants cross the border from Mexico for a brief video appearance before a judge. The asylum seekers then return...
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Trump Wall Raids 127 Military Construction Projects, Mocks The Constitution

If Mexico is paying for the border wall, then Mexico now includes West Point, Camp Lejeune and schools for kids of American troops: Our view       
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29 Bodies Found In Plastic Bags In Mexico Mass Grave

Mexican forensics experts have found at least 29 bodies stuffed in 119 plastic bags that were dumped in the bottom of a well outside the western city of Guadalajara, officials said Tuesday. Experts have been working to establish how many victims are...

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Trump Raids Military families, National Security To Pay For Border Wall: Vets In Congress

Mexico is not paying for the wall. Donald Trump is taking money that was supposed to support US allies, military families and projects to keep us safe.       
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Today In History For September 16th

Highlights of this day in history: Vietnam War deserters and draft evaders receive conditional amnesty; Palestinian refugees massacred in Lebanon; Mexico pushes for independence; Opera star Maria Callas dies; Blues great B.B. King born. (Sept....
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Voices Of Migrants: Returned To Mexico

VOA reporters Victoria Macchi and Ramon Taylor spoke with a broad sampling of migrants and asylum-seekers in early August. Many departed their home countries months before U.S. policy changes went into effect, under assumptions that no long apply....

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The Supreme Court’s Asylum Ruling Is Incomprehensible

What follows is a conversation between Americas Program of the Center for International Policy in Mexico City Director Laura Carlesen, attorney Matt Cameron and Greg Wilpert of The Real News Network. Read a transcript of their conversation below or...

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Talos Energy Deepens Its Exploration Focus Offshore Mexico

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report Dril-Quip, Inc. (DRQ): Free Stock Analysis Report World Fuel Services Corporation...

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White House Breaks Silence Amid Outrage Over 'tower' Stitched On Melania Trump’s Coat On 9/11...

The US first lady has on several occasions come under fire for her wardrobe choices, including a row over the now-infamous “Don’t Really Care” jacket during her trip to the Texas border with Mexico amid the migrant child crisis. The recent...
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Pentagon To Keep 5,500 Troops At Us-mexico Border To Deter Illegal Crossings

The US Department of Defense recently gave the go-ahead for up to 5,500 service members to continue their deployment at the US-Mexico border for fiscal year 2020, a Pentagon spokesperson confirmed Wednesday.
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Us ‘immigration Restrictionism’ Endangers Societies On Both Sides Of Mexico Border

The US Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the Trump administration can deny asylum to any migrant who passed through another country and did not apply for asylum there while en route to the US. The president touts it as a win, but those outside his...

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Venezuela To Open Direct Flights Between Caracas, Moscow – Maduro

MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) – Venezuela will soon open direct flights between Caracas and the Russian capital Moscow, President Nicolas Maduro said.
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Dotdash: Freelance Location Photographers

$40/location: Dotdash: TripSavvy.com is currently seeking travel photographers to shoot in multiple cities all over the world!  About Your Contributions:  You'll be shoot... San Juan, Puerto Rico; Cancun, Mexico
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John Bolton As Scapegoat

(Paul Mirengoff) President Trump must be frustrated. That, at least, is the most innocent explanation I can think of for the way he behaves. Trump has plenty to be frustrated about. By now, if one believed candidate Trump, our border with Mexico...

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Mexico Says It Disagrees With Us Supreme Court Order

Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard says that Mexico’s government doesn’t agree with a U.S. Supreme Court order that would block migrants from countries other than Mexico and Canada from applying for asylum at U.S. borders
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Abortion, Border Wall Put Major Spending Bills Into Disarray

Fights over abortion and President Donald Trump’s U.S.-Mexico border wall have thrown Senate efforts to advance $1.4 trillion worth of agency spending bills into disarray, threatening one of Washington’s few bipartisan accomplishments this...
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12 Journalists Have Been Killed In Mexico This Year, The World's Highest Toll

Amid violent crime and impunity, press advocates say the president's harsh approach toward reporters is not helping the situation.(Image credit: Felix Marquez/AP)

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