All Articles on Mexico

Maria Meza's family gets tear-gassed News
Despite Intimidation Tactics, Mom and Kids Tear-Gassed at US Border Finally Allowed to File for Asylum
A pair of Democratic lawmakers live-tweeted their experience accompanying asylum-seekers overnight at the Otay Mesa port of entry
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Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and Jair Bolsonaro Views
AMLO vs Bolso: Opposing Views on Development
The differences between the two are profound, especially their economic proposals
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The North American leaders sign the new trade deal dubbed NAFTA 2.0 News
NAFTA 2.0 Signed: A Deal for 'The Corporate One Percent'
The new deal, says Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), does "not do nearly enough to raise wages for workers, lower costs for healthcare consumers, or protect the environment."
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Congress Urged to Freeze Border Patrol Funding Until Trump Ends "Illegal" Treatment of Asylum Seekers at US-Mexico Border
Demand comes as Mexico makes official request for probe into Sunday's firing of tear gas across the border which led to women and young children "screaming and coughing in the mayhem"
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'Tear Gassing Children Is Outrageous and Inhumane': US Condemned for Violence Against Asylum Seekers
"Asking to be considered a refugee & applying for status isn't a crime," says Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after U.S. Border agents fire tear gas into Mexico
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A migrant family, part of a caravan of thousands traveling from Central America en route to the United States, run away from tear gas in front of the border wall between the U.S and Mexico in Tijuana, Mexico November 25, 2018. News
Children 'Screaming and Coughing in the Mayhem' as Trump Border Patrol Fires Tear Gas Into Mexico
"Strong breeze carried U.S.-launched teargas deeper into Mexico. Migrants ran for hundreds of yards before escaping the cloud."
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'No Agreement of Any Kind': Incoming Mexican Government Denies Cutting Deal With Trump to Keep Asylum Seekers Out of US
The future Mexican government's insistence that no deal has been reached came as the U.S. president appeared to tout the reported agreement on Twitter
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The caravan of thousands of Central Americans advance walking after the federal police opened the road to Tapanatepec on October 27, 2018 in Tapanatepec, Mexico. The caravan of the Central Americans plans to eventually reach the United States. Views
The Hondurans are Coming! Trump Stirs the Pot of Hysteria, the Media Happily Spoons It Out
It's crucial to understand that Trump could not drum up this latest round of panic on his own.
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Relatives and friends wave goodbye to a train carrying 1,500 people being expelled from Los Angeles to Mexico on Aug. 20, 1931. (Photo: N.Y. Daily News archive/Getty Images) Views
Downplaying Deportations: How Textbooks Hide the Mass Expulsion of Mexican Americans During the Great Depression
What happened is that men, women, and children — immigrant and U.S.-born, citizen and noncitizen, long-time residents and temporary workers — all became the targets of a massive campaign of forced relocation, based solely on their perceived status as “Mexican.”
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What Does Trump’s "New NAFTA" Trade Deal Signal for Workers, Corporate Power & the Environment?
Lori Wallach, director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch, explains what people should know about the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)
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