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Mexico’s National Guard stops Central American immigrants from entering the country
Yesterday, hundreds of immigrants tried to cross the border between Mexico and Guatemala through the Suchiate river
Central American immigrants try to force their way into Mexico
A few hours ago, the immigrants crossed the Suchiate river after authorities refused to let them enter Mexico
Mexico to support Guatemala with USD $30 million to tackle migration
López Obrador has defended the cooperation between Central American countries to generate development and reduce migration and has already committed to similar donations for El Salvador and Honduras
Arms Trafficking: from Nicaragua to Mexico City
EL UNIVERSAL talked to an arms smuggler who revealed alarming information
PAN members know nothing about the helicopter crash
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Mexico rejects U.S. “safe third country” proposal once again
In theory, a safe third country agreement would force asylum seekers from Central America, who make up a large part of migrants apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border, to seek refuge in Mexico
Mexican cartels reach Central America
Central America has become the outlet of Mexican organized crime for drug trafficking, money laundering, and human trafficking
Mexico to invest MXN $90 million and create 60,000 jobs in Central America
López Obrador emphasized that Mexico would assist Honduran coffee farmers
Mexico refuses to become a safe third country
That former deal was reached to avert Trump’s threat of tariffs on Mexican imports
Mexico-U.S. relation: It's time for dialogue and cooperation
The Trump administration recognized that the number of undocumented migrants who cross into the U.S. has decreased