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Mexican Senate ratifies USMCA trade deal
The USMCA was ratified with 114 Senators voting in favor and four against
144,000 migrants arrived at Mexico-U.S. border in 2019
Mexico's Migration Institute will work hand-in-hand with Marcelo Ebrard's special commission
Highlights of new Mexico-U.S. migration agreement
The new agreement is aimed at resolving the humanitarian crisis in Mexico's southern border
U.S.-Mexico talks drag as clock ticks down to tariffs
Negotiators battled over a U.S. demand that Mexico accepts more Central American migrants
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
Mexico files complaint against the U.S. over steel tariffs at the WTO
The tariff measures imposed by Trump are in direct violation of the WTO safeguards agreement
Hundreds of migrants in Mexico board 'The Beast' heading north
The risky move to board the train, known as “La Bestia” (The Beast), followed a mass breakout of migrants from a holding center
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