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Over 1,000 migrants break out of southern Mexico detention center
More than half of the roughly 1,300 migrants later returned to the facility in Chiapas, though 600 are still unaccounted for
Mexico sends home more migrants as the U.S. ramps up pressure
Mexico has returned 15,000 migrants in the past 30 days, pointing to an uptick in deportations in the face of pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump to stem the flow of people North
Mexico flags U.S. border delays as detrimental to both countries
Delays along the Mexico-U.S. border began late last month after U.S. border agents were moved to handle an influx of migrants, slowing the flow of both goods and people
Trump threatens to send more troops to Mexico-U.S. border
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday again threatened to close part of the southern border and send more “armed soldiers” to defend it
Yale University returns ancient Maya steale to Mexico
The piece, an ancient Maya steale, was delivered to the Mexican consulate in New York
Mexico-U.S. border slowdown affects fuel imports
A reshuffling of border agents could ultimately cause a fuel shortage in Mexico's border cities
Mexico government slams U.S. border slowdown as 'very bad idea'
Through his Twitter account, Marcelo Ebrard argued that closing the border would create additional costs in supply chains both in Mexico and the U.S.
Mexican labor bill wins Congress vote, spurred by Pelosi warning
Pelosi called on Mexico last week to see through the legislation and put new laws in place to protect workers
U.S. and Mexican top brass to discuss trade, migration, and infrastructure
López Obrador and officials are scheduled to attend the two-day meeting in the city of Mérida
Man dies in Miami after Mexican actor punched him in the face
The 63-year-old man Mexican actor Pablo Lyle beat up in Miami last weekend passed away yesterday