Interior secretary Miguel Angel Osorio Chong says ‘there is no chance’ it will accept deported immigrants amid tensions in US-Mexico relations The Mexican government made clear to visiting US emissaries that it will not accept deportees from third countries under any circumstances, the interior secretary said on Friday. Show More Summary
Undocumented immigrants in the United States have been doing more for education in a Guerrero community than governments in Mexico. A primary school in the capital city of Chilpancingo will soon have its FULL STORY The post US remittances build a classroom in Guerrero appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
It was last fall that the Mexican Army discovered that women in impoverished areas of the state of Durango had turned to growing marijuana as a means of earning a living and now FULL STORY The post Poverty forces women to cultivate drugs appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The visit to Mexico by two senior representatives of the United States government triggered a “you’re-not-welcome” message from left-wing politicians and a demonstration outside the U.S. embassy by U.S. citizens living FULL STORY The post ‘You’re not welcome,’ US officials told appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Mexico’s relations with the United States have worsened since Donald Trump became president last month, but the U.S. was already being regarded as “hostile” last year, according to a classified document FULL STORY The post US seen as ‘hostile’ for Mexicans last year appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
There will be no mass deportations of illegal immigrants by the United States, said that country’s Homeland Security Secretary today after meeting with Mexican government officials. John Kelly made the FULL STORY The post No mass deportations, US assures Mexico appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
US secretary of state and homeland security chief hold talks in Mexico Tillerson admits ‘deep differences’ as president defends deportation policy Donald Trump issued a staunch defence of his expanded deportation policy on Thursday,Show More Summary
The suicide of a father of three, who was working as a gardener in California, near the Tijuana-San Diego border has prompted shock and anger A Mexican man has leaped off a bridge and killed himself near the Tijuana-San Diego borderShow More Summary
Violence declined last year in the Guerrero municipality of Apaxtla de Castrejón, but not before more than half the population fled. Mayor Salvador Martínez says some 7,000 people have abandoned FULL STORY The post Violence is down but half the town’s gone appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
For the fifth year in a row the Federal Auditor’s Office (ASF) has warned about the possible embezzlement of public funds — more than 1.6 billion pesos, or US $80 million FULL STORY The post Agriculture program spending questioned appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
After a month-long investigation into fake chemotherapy treatments in the state of Veracruz, the federal government has identified 21 vials containing false medication. The information came in a joint statement issued by the FULL STORY The post Cancer drug probe finds 21 fake vials appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Borderproject2017 aims to document life on both sides of the US/Mexico border. Three AFP photographers, Jim Watson, Yuri Cortez, and Guillermo Arias, spent ten days travelling along the 2,000 mile frontier from the Pacific Ocean to the...Show More Summary
The outspoken leader of the leftist party called Morena will visit the United Nations and the Inter-American Human Rights Commission to demand intervention by the international community against the United FULL STORY The post AMLO to challenge US over human rights appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The discovery of personal documents belonging to Karime Macías, wife of former Veracruz governor Javier Duarte, has prompted opposition Senators to ask why the fugitive ex-governor has not yet been FULL STORY The post Duarte’s ‘evaporation:’ is search a sham? appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Luis Videgaray: ‘We are not going to accept it because we don’t have to’ US secretaries of state and homeland security visit Mexico on Wednesday Mexico has indicated it would not accept the Trump administration’s new US immigration proposals, saying it would go to the United Nations to defend the rights of immigrants in the US. Show More Summary
US has announced plans to deport third-country nationals to Mexico Country unprepared for scale of problem if mass deportations go ahead Mexicans fear deportee and refugee camps could be popping up along their northern border under the...Show More Summary
In January, 13 gangs met at a gym hall in Monterrey to sign a truce – the project of a former gang member who is showing that militarised police is not the only way to fight Mexico’s gang violence Juan Pablo García was six years old when he left home and joined a street gang. Show More Summary
Bureaucratic wrangles pose threat to US president’s campaign pledge but visit by top officials raises other contentious issues Mexico will host its first high-profile Donald Trump envoys this week with at least one consolation: the proposed...Show More Summary
The collaboration of academic and private interests has enabled the recovery of a mangrove ecosystem in Tamaulipas that just 15 years ago was thought to be completely lost. The Arroyo Garrapatas mangrove estuary, FULL STORY The post Collaboration rescues a mangrove ecosystem appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Mexico City has retained its title as the world’s most traffic congested city. The TomTom Traffic Index 2017 says Mexico City drivers can expect to spend 66% extra travel time FULL STORY The post Mexico City still No. 1 for traffic congestion appeared first on Mexico News Daily.