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A U.S. indictment behind the arrest of retired General Cienfuegos last week named the H-2 Cartel, which allegedly referred to the former military man as ‘the Godfather’.

  Former Mexican Defense Secretary Salvador Cienfuegos in Mexico City on April 16, 2016. He collaborated with drug cartels during his time in the role, according to U.S investigators. RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP via Getty Images MEXICO CITY – The family holiday of Mexico‘s former defense minister, retired General Salvador Cienfuegos was cut short when he flew Read More…

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Klar raises $15 million to expand access to debit, credit in Mexico

  Mexican payments startup Klar has raised $15 million in a Series A round in an effort to challenge traditional banks by expanding access to debit cards and credit lines. The $15 million Series A round was led by Prosus Ventures (formerly Naspers Ventures) with participation from a new investor, International Finance Corporation, as well Read More…

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U.S. Supreme Court to review legality of Trump’s ‘remain in Mexico’ asylum policy

  (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide the legality of one of President Donald Trump’s hardline immigration policies that has forced tens of thousands of migrants along the southern border to wait in Mexico, rather than entering the United States, while their asylum claims are processed. Slideshow ( 2 images Read More…

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Coronavirus updates: US borders with Mexico, Canada to stay closed until Nov. 21; Mississippi reinstates mask mandate; US deaths top 220K

  The U.S. is keeping its borders with Canada and Mexico closed for another month in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad Wolf said Monday restrictions on non-essential travel will be extended through Nov. 21. The announcement comes days after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said it Read More…

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US supreme court to decide on Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ asylum policy

  The US supreme court on Monday agreed to decide the legality of one of Donald Trump’s hardline immigration policies that has forced tens of thousands to wait in Mexico rather than entering the US, while their asylum claims are processed. More than 60,000 asylum seekers were returned under the “Remain in Mexico” program. In Read More…

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Supreme Court to Review 2 of Trump’s Major Immigration Policies

  Paul Ratje/Agence France-Presse/Afp Via Getty Images WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to review two major Trump administration immigration initiatives: a program that has forced at least 60,000 asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their requests are heard and the diversion of $2.5 billion in Pentagon money to build a barrier Read More…

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Mexico president wants US evidence against ex-defence chief

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador giving his daily, morning news conference at the presidential palace, Palacio Nacional, in Mexico City, Mexico [Marco Ugarte/AP Photo] Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday his government would ask United States authorities to share all information about the alleged links between Mexico’s former defence secretary and Read More…

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Julio Cesar Martinez vs. Moises Calleros Now Set For Mexico City Card

Friday’s show in Mexico City remains a title fight tripleheader. Reigning flyweight titlist Julio Cesar Martinez will proceed with his next title defense, as he will face countryman Moises ‘Taz’ Calleros in a scheduled 12-round contest. The bout serves part of a stacked DAZN-USA show live from Gimnasio TV Azteca in Mexico City. which features Read More…

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U.S. Supreme Court to review legality of Trump’s ‘remain in Mexico’ asylum policy

By Andrew Chung (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide the legality of one of President Donald Trump’s hardline immigration policies that has forced tens of thousands of migrants along the southern border to wait in Mexico, rather than entering the United States, while their asylum claims are processed. The justices Read More…