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Despite diplomatic row, Mexico to remain steadfast on granting asylum in Bolivia
Mexican President López Obrador pledged to stick by his government’s decision to give asylum to several people in Mexico’s embassy in Bolivia, which has sparked a dispute with the interim administration in La Paz
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Felipe Ávila Espinosa - Photo: File Photo/EL UNIVERSAL
Mexico deploys 15,000 troops on U.S. border to halt migration
Mexico on June 7 agreed to reduce significantly the number of migrants reaching the U.S.
Highlights of new Mexico-U.S. migration agreement
The new agreement is aimed at resolving the humanitarian crisis in Mexico's southern border
Trump suspends tariffs on Mexico 'indefinitely' after deal on immigration reached
President Trump claimed the U.S. had reached a signed agreement with Mexico to stop the tariffs
Mexico offers to deploy 6,000 troops to southern border to avert tariffs
Trump warned the tariffs would go into effect on Monday if Mexico does not step up efforts to stem the flow of Central American migrants heading for the U.S.
Mexico and U.S. officials meet to discuss tariffs at White House
Mexico wants to stop a trade war that analysts believe might tip its economy into a recession
Mexico-U.S. talks over Trump’s tariff threats to start on Wednesday
A summit to resolve the U.S.-Mexico conflict will take place on Wednesday in Washington, stated Mexico's Foreign Minister
Ms. Corin Robertson was appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Mexico in October 2018
U.S. to send 100 agents to Mexico border to cut delays
CBP plans to send officers from the Canadian border and other parts of the country to El Paso, Texas