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  • ‘A good phone conversation’ between AMLO, Trump reaffirms Mexico-US friendship

    Mexico not pleased with asylum ruling by US Supreme Court   by the El Reportero’s wiore services   President López Obrador said that he and United States President Donald Trump “reaffirmed” their commitment to a friendly bilateral relationship during a telephone conversation on Wednesday. “We held a good telephone conversation with President Donald Trump,” López

  • Migration to US reduced by 56% between May and August: Foreign Affairs Secretary

    Mexican National Guard played a key role in ‘a successful deployment’   The government reduced migration through Mexico to the United States border by 56% between May and August, Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said on Friday. Ebrard told reporters at the presidential press conference that the reduction in the number of migrants “is a

  • Mexico says drug trade a regional problem after Trump issues threat

    Mexico says drug trade a regional problem after Trump issues threat

    The US president has given Mexico one year to comply or the US will withhold financial assistance   by Mexico News Daily   Mexico has responded to a threat from United States President Donald Trump to cut off financial aid if it doesn’t do more to stop drug trafficking by asserting that the production, transport

  • Nearly 6,000 migrants seeking asylum are waiting in Ciudad Juárez

    Nearly 6,000 migrants seeking asylum are waiting in Ciudad Juárez

    Many will be waiting there for a year or more by Mexico News Daily   About 6,000 migrants are stranded in the border city of Ciudad Juárez while waiting to apply for political asylum in the United States. Chihuahua’s State Population Council (Coespo), which heads the coordination of migrant services in the city, stated that

  • In México economy: For executives, AMLO fear factor has created investment paralysis   

    In México economy: For executives, AMLO fear factor has created investment paralysis  

    They’re watching the president closely amid uncertainty about what he might do next   by Mexico News Daily   Fear and uncertainty about the policy agenda of President López Obrador are paralyzing investment, according to high-ranking business executives who spoke to the news agency Bloomberg. A report published today said that about half a dozen

  • López Obrador will go after El Chapo’s assets; ‘they belong to Mexico’

    López Obrador will go after El Chapo’s assets; ‘they belong to Mexico’

    But US lawmakers also have their eyes on the money—if there is any   by the El Reportero’s wire services   President López Obrador will seek to seize the assets of former drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, although some United States lawmakers have already got their eyes on the loot. A United States federal

  • CDMX, state authorities  won’t comply with court order that tightens air quality standands

    CDMX, state authorities won’t comply with court order that tightens air quality standands

    Meeting the standard won by Greenpeace would generate ‘economic and social stress’ by Mexico News Daily Authorities in Mexico City and México state have announced that they won’t comply with a court order to issue an environmental warning when pollution exceeds 100 points on the air quality index because it would cause “economic and social

  • Bill to protect ‘dreamers’ and offer a path to citizenship passes the House

    Bill to protect ‘dreamers’ and offer a path to citizenship passes the House

    by the El Reportero’s news services Democrats passed a bill on Tuesday that will offer protection and a path to citizenship to about 2.5 million “dreamers” who were brought to the US as children, and which President Donald Trump had intended to remove. The bill, which passed 237 to 187, with seven Republicans voting yes,

  • No celebration for the mothers of the missing, who are marching in 23 cities

    No celebration for the mothers of the missing, who are marching in 23 cities

    Eighth annual National Dignity March is for 40,000 moms of missing children by Mexico News Daily It’s Mother’s Day in Mexico but 40,000 moms whose sons and daughters are missing have nothing to celebrate. Thousands of mothers of the missing will march in at least 23 cities today to draw attention to their ongoing struggle

  • Editor receives death threats after AMLO renews criticism of newspaper

    Editor receives death threats after AMLO renews criticism of newspaper

    After president criticized publication of his home address, Reforma’s editor became a target by Mexico News Daily The editor of a major newspaper has received death threats after President López Obrador once again criticized the Mexico City-based broadsheet. Earlier this week, the newspaper Reforma published a story about the beefing up of security at López