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  • UN commission expresses alarm over US ‘expulsion flights’ of migrants

    UN commission expresses alarm over US ‘expulsion flights’ of migrants

    The US policy violates the 1951 Refugee Convention, says spokesman   by the El Reportero news services   The United Nations has rebuked the U.S. government for deporting migrants under the pretext of Covid-19 legislation — the Title 42 order — that allows for the rapid expulsion of border arrivals. The Biden administration has been

  • Secretary of State Weber breaks down key facts about recall of Gabin Newsom

    Secretary of State Weber breaks down key facts about recall of Gabin Newsom

    Secretary of State Shirley Nash Weber explained the nuts and bolts of the Sept. 14 election that will decide whether or not the Democratic governor ends his term   by Jenny Manrique, Ethnic Media Services   California will hold a recall election against Governor Gavin Newsom on September 14, and if a majority votes to

  • AMLO suggests Cuba, ‘example of resistance,’ be declared World Heritage site

    AMLO suggests Cuba, ‘example of resistance,’ be declared World Heritage site

    President says Cubans deserve it for their struggle in defense of sovereignty   by Mexico News Daily   Cuba is an “example of resistance” and the entire island nation should be declared a World Heritage site, President López Obrador said Saturday. He made the remarks at an event in Mexico City to commemorate the 238th

  • Deported veteran returns to U.S. to become American citizen

    Deported veteran returns to U.S. to become American citizen

    Shared from AP’s Amy Taxin LOS ANGELES (AP) – It took nearly a decade and a federal lawsuit for U.S. Marine Corps veteran Hector Ocegueda to finally come home. Following a conviction for intoxicated driving, he had been deported to Mexico, a country he left with his parents from him when he was a child.

  • Mexico falls 7 percent on Latin America corruption index to place 11th out of 15 countries

    Mexico falls 7 percent on Latin America corruption index to place 11th out of 15 countries

    2021 report shows Mexico on ‘clear downward trajectory’ in tackling corruption   by Mexico News Daily   A new study says corruption in Mexico continues to worsen despite President López Obrador’s claims that his administration is eradicating the scourge. Mexico dropped three places to 11th out of 15 countries on the 2021 Capacity to Combat

  • US has given $29 millions to Mexican NGOs in the past three years

    US has given $29 millions to Mexican NGOs in the past three years

    Figure more than double entire 2021 budget of Mexico’s Interior Ministry   by Mexico News Daily   President López Obrador has been railing against the United States’ funding of what he says are political groups opposed to his administration, accusing the U.S. government of meddling in Mexico’s internal affairs. Now, more details have emerged about

  • Supreme Court sides with undocumented migrant in dispute over deportation process

    Supreme Court sides with undocumented migrant in dispute over deportation process

    by Matthew Vadum   The Supreme Court rejected the federal government’s effort to move forward with the deportation of a failed refugee claimant who argued he shouldn’t be removed from the United States because official paperwork was incomplete. The Trump administration, in office when the case was argued Nov. 9, 2020, favored deportation in this instance.