Mexico

Mexico Has Replaced Central America As Largest Source Of Migrants Taken Into Custody At The Border

The overall number of migrants taken into custody at the southern border continues to decline, according to U.S. officials.

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Us Mulls Designating Mexico Cartels As Terrorists Following Mormon Massacre - Commissioner

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Designating Mexican drug cartels as terrorist organisations tops US government strategy proposals following the recent massacre of a Mormon family in an area of northern Mexico where cartels are active, acting Customs and...
Related topics: Terrorism

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Mexican Environment Officials Protest Budget Cuts

In a rare protest against his own administration, Mexico’s environment secretary is decrying a nearly 50% budget cut to his agency and issued a public appeal for more funds
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Morales, Supporters Reject Interim President, Deepening Bolivia’s Crisis

Jeanine Añez met with military and police commanders at the presidential palace; former president Morales, in Mexico, said her swearing-in “confirms the coup.”
Related topics: Bolivia, Military, Police

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Morales Hints He Might Run For Bolivian Presidency Again In Next Election

MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Former Bolivian President Evo Morales on Wednesday held the first press conference since being forced to flee Bolivia and finding refuge in Mexico in which he hinted that he might return into the presidential race during the...
Related topics: Bolivia

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U.s. Military Assistance Cannot Fix Mexico's Cartel Mayhem

Ted Galen Carpenter Security, Americas Drone strikes or U.S. special forces missions will not solve Mexico's cartel and drug problems. Trump needs to resist the temptation to adopt a futile, counterproductive military option in the...
Related topics: Military, Drones

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The Bolivian Coup Comes Down To One Precious Mineral

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales was overthrown in a military coup on November 10. He is now in Mexico. Before he left office, Morales had been involved in a long project to bring economic and social democracy to his long-exploited country. It is...
Related topics: Bolivia, Military

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30 Days Left For Usmca?

Time is running out on the most important trade event of the Trump administration. It’s not the China saga, which will last beyond any “phase 1” deal. It’s not this week’s forgotten call on auto trade with Europe. It remains the...
Related topics: China, Canada

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Boy Reveals Murdered Mom's Final Words Trying To Save Children's Lives During Brutal Attack

Post by Kaitlin Stanford. The world was left stunned and heartbroken November 4 by the story of a Mormon family in northern Mexico that was brutally ambushed by members of a drug cartel and left for dead. Nine people -- including six children and...

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After Evo, The Lithium Question Looms Large In Bolivia

After Evo, The Lithium Question Looms Large In Bolivia Authored by Vijay Prashad via Counterpunch.org, Bolivia’s President Evo Morales was overthrown in a military coup on November 10. He is now in Mexico. Before he left office,...
Related topics: Bolivia, Military

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Privacy Rights Group Demands Answers From Trump Administration On ‘coercive’ Dna Testing At...

The Electronic Frontier Foundation on Tuesday demanded the Trump administration hand over documents regarding its use of DNA tests to verify parent-child relationships among immigrants who cross the U.S.-Mexico border. Critics say the tests are...
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Hackers Demand $5 Million From Mexico's Pemex In Cyberattack

Hackers demanded about $5 million in bitcoin from Mexico's Pemex, they told Reuters on Tuesday, saying the state oil firm missed a special discount by not paying immediately after a cyberattack that fouled up the company's systems.The hack, which...
Related topics: Hackers, Bitcoin, Reuters

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Us Violated Constitution By Searching Phones For No Good Reason, Judge Rules

Enlarge / US Customs and Border Protection agents participate in a training exercise at a vehicle entry point along the border with Mexico on November 5, 2018, in Hidalgo, Texas. (credit: Getty Images | Andrew Cullen) The United States government...

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Privacy Rights Group Demands Answers From Trump Administration On 'coercive' Dna Testing At Border...

Julia Conley, staff writerThe Electronic Frontier Foundation on Tuesday demanded the Trump administration hand over documents regarding its use of DNA tests to verify parent-child relationships among immigrants who cross the U.S.-Mexico...
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Trump Applauds Bolivia’s Military Coup As Us Establishment Media Blame Morales For Turmoil

Kevin GosztolaMoments after Trump’s statement praising the Bolivian military, Mexico announced it had granted Morales political asylum. Around two dozen lawmakers and officials from Bolivia already had sought refuge from Mexico. (Photo: Flickr)
Related topics: Bolivia, Military, World Photos, Flickr

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Pat Buchanan Warns, Bernie Is Leading His Party To Open Borders

Pat Buchanan Warns, Bernie Is Leading His Party To Open Borders Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, Some 100 members of an American Mormon community in northern Mexico, nine of whom - women, children, toddlers - were...

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Evo Morales Heads To Asylum In Mexico, As Us Applauds His Resignation As Bolivian President

Former Bolivian President Evo Morales is on a flight to Mexico, where he has been granted asylum.  Foreign Minister Marcelo Erbrad posted a picture of Morales onboard a Mexican air force plane, displaying a Mexican flag across his lap, as it...

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Over 30 Bolivian Regional Election Commission Members Arrested - Reports

MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) – Over 30 staff members of regional election commissions in Bolivia have been detained as part of an investigation launched into the controversial 20 October elections, local media report.
Related topics: Bolivia

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American Diver Survives Shark Attack Off Mexico Baja Beach

A U.S. diver is recovering from a shark bite on the forearm after being attacked in Magdalena Bay off the Baja California Sur coast

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El Chapo's Confiscated Mexican Homes Fail To Sell For Big Bucks

Three homes the Mexican government confiscated from Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman -- including one he used as a hideout -- have sold at auction, but unlike his cartel ... the casas did not make big money. According to reports ... Mexico raked in...

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