|War on Press Rages on: Fifth Mexican Journalist Killed in Seven Weeks|
Yet another journalist has been killed in Mexico, the deadliest place in the Western Hemisphere for media workers, bringing the toll of assassinated journalists in the country to five in just the last seven weeks.
|Some Mexican Politicians Want Their Government to Sue America for Reparations|
The Libertarian Republic
Cuauhtemoc Cardenas, a prominent leftist politician, is leading the charge for the Mexican government to file a suit. His lawyer, told reporters that they were right in pursuing this.
|Hundreds of Haitians Stuck at Tijuana Border Wait in Immigration Limbo|
Hundreds of Haitians are stuck in Tijuana after the U-S stopped allowing them in on humanitarian parole last fall. Rather than go back to Haiti, many have decided to stay in Mexico.
|Number of Asylum Claims Lodged in Canada from Mexico Rose Again in March|
The Canadian Press
New figures from the Immigration and Refugee Board show that March recorded the highest number yet of new claims in 2017.
|US Sheriff Twitter Post Proposes Use of 'Mother of All Bombs' in Mexico|
Who needs a wall when you have the “Mother of All Bombs,” right? An outspoken US Sheriff in his recent controversial tweet made a suggestion on how to stop drugs coming into the US from Mexico.
|Search Launched for Missing Border Angels Rights Activist in Central Mexico|
San Diego Union-Tribune
A binational effort is underway to find a migrant-rights activist with the local nonprofit Border Angels who went missing while traveling alone through central Mexico.
|Fugitive Veracruz Governor Accused of Embezzling Billions Detained in Guatemala|
The Associated Press
Javier Duarte, the former governor of Mexico’s Veracruz state who is accused of running a corruption ring to pilfer from state coffers, was detained in Guatemala after six months as a fugitive and high-profile symbol of government corruption in his country.
|Samana Santa Ceasefire: Guerrero Drug Cartels Agree to Easter Peace Deal|
The Mexican town of Taxco has been caught in the crossfire of drug violence, with more than 200 people killed this year alone. But local gangs have agreed to hold fire during Easter.
|Crime Reporter Shot in Baja Sur Is Fourth Journalist Killed in Mexico in Six Weeks|
A veteran reporter covering the police beat has been shot dead in northeastern Mexico, his employers said, becoming the fourth journalist to be murdered in the country in six weeks.
|On the Road in Mexico, Central American Migrants Face an Uncertain Future|
Thousands of Central Americans cross into Mexico every day, dreaming of more peaceful and prosperous lives. For many, this is the first moment of a long, dangerous journey north.
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