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U.S. terrorist designation of Mexican drug cartels delayed
While the designation would not directly give the United States authority for military operations in Mexico, many Mexicans were nervous their northern neighbor could use it as a pretext for a unilateral intervention
Mexico rejects Trump's plan against drug cartels
Trump might echo his divisive and threatening rhetoric in the run for the 2020 presidential election
The U.S. will designate Mexican drug cartels as terrorists
Due to their role in drug and human trafficking, the Trump administration will designate Mexican drug cartels as terrorists, allowing the U.S. to adopt tougher measures against them
OAS approves Mexico’s proposal to condemn El Paso terrorist attack
The declaration allows Mexico to demand the U.S. to take proper actions to prevent hate crimes moved by xenophobia and racial superiority speech and to protect Mexican-Americans and Mexicans in that nation
Mexico urges OAS to condemn El Paso terrorist attack
The project, which was analyzed today by the Permanent Council of the OAS, includes a “condemn and rejection of racial discrimination and the crimes moved by hate, racism, xenophobia, and intolerance, including racial superiority speech”
Mexico will fight white supremacy
Marcelo Ebrard, head of Mexican Foreign Affairs, had a meeting with 22 Ibero-American ambassadors and diplomatic representatives to propose the creation of a collective strategy to protect Hispanic communities in the U.S.
Mexico urges the U.S. to classify El Paso shooting as terrorism
Eight Mexican citizens were killed in the shooting at a Walmart store in the U.S. border city of El Paso in Texas, an event Mexico quickly said it would investigate as a terrorist act
Alleged ISIS members never made it to Mexico
After there were reports claiming that the men could be in Mexico, they were located in Nicaragua
Mexican woman is accused of terrorism in Spain
The woman is being accused of being a member of Jihad