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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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Mexico halfway through quake restoration of old churches

  Men are seen through safety netting as they stand atop a less-damaged section of Nuestra Senora de Los Angeles, or Our Lady of Angels church, during the early stages of reconstruction work, three years after an earthquake collapsed nearly half of the church’s 18th-century dome in Mexico City, Friday, Oct. 16, 2020. The experts Read More…

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Learning soccer in Mexico

  Emry Vaughn prepares to kick the soccer ball during a game with River Valley Recreation in Mexico on Saturday morning. Bruce Farrin/Rumford Falls Times Ryan Hall kicks the soccer ball during a game with River Valley Recreation in Mexico on Saturday morning. Bruce Farrin/Rumford Falls Times Sammy Mann, left, Landon Beardsley, center, and Olivia Read More…

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Design Week Mexico Aims to Unite During Divisive Times

  While the recent relationship between America and Mexico has vacillated between fraught and acrid, the design community has regularly stepped into the fray to highlight injustice and celebrate the common humanity between nations . Now, Mexico’s biggest design event, the 12th annual Design Week Mexico (DWM), is making a stand for cross-border understanding. This Read More…

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From the ashes of a volcano: Mexico’s Purépecha Forest

  After the Parícutin volcano erupted in the 1940s, the Mexican village of Nuevo San Juan Parangaricutiro was rebuilt, shaping a forest management model that today has 12 community enterprises. In a region where forests have been cleared for avocado plantations, the community maintains a temperate forest covering around 12,000 hectares (30,000 acres). Bucking the 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 hear cases on Trump border wall spending, ‘remain in Mexico’ policy

  The Supreme Court is set to hear two key cases involving the Trump administration’s border wall spending and its «remain in Mexico» policy. The court on Monday said it would review President Trump‘s program of requiring asylum seekers to stay in Mexico as they wait for court hearings, The New York Times reports . Read More…

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Supreme Court will rule on Trump administration policy forcing asylum seekers to remain in Mexico

  WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide the fate of a Trump administration policy that forces migrants seeking asylum to remain in Mexico while their applications are pending. The decision to hear the case is a victory for the Department of Homeland Security, because the policy has twice been declared illegal by Read More…