Foreign Tech Companies are Flocking to Guadalajara
CGTN America
Guadalajara is cementing its reputation as the tech capital of Mexico. Its annual tech exports have reached $20 billion and are expected to grow further.
Man Suspected of Killing Border Agent in 'Fast and Furious' Scandal Arrested
The cartel member suspected of shooting and killing Border Patrol agent Brian Terry in 2010 with a gun supplied by the U.S. government was arrested in Mexico Wednesday.
The 'Dolls of Culiacan': New Plastic Surgery Craze Sweeps Mexican Cartel Land
Sputnik News
Women in Mexico’s drug-trafficking regions are setting a new trend: surgical enhancement that makes them look like inflated dolls. The trend is particularly prevalent in states such as Sinaloa.
The Forgotten History of Over a Half Million U.S. Deportations to Mexico in the 1930s
Over a million people, more than half of whom were American citizens of Mexican descent, were deported to Mexico from the United States in the 1930s - yet this massive wave of deportations is often overlooked.
From Farm Workers to Software Developers, Mexicans Increasingly Look to Canada for Jobs
Global News
Mexicans are increasingly looking to Canada for work, as U.S. President Donald Trump talks tough on immigration policy, while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau uses exactly the opposite rhetoric.
The Government of Mexico Contributes 23 Tons of Humanitarian Aid to Peru
Mexico this week delivered over 23 tons of food supplies to Peru as part of relief efforts for El Nino related disaster victims.
Ceviche Tostadas Are Worth the Road Trip to Mexico
Open Road stops at one special Ensenada street cart for some of the best sea urchin ceviche and clams on the half-shell in Mexico.
Trump Should Just Claim Victory on the Border and Abandon His Foolish Wall
The Los Angeles Times
Here’s an easier plan, Mr. President: Latch onto the latest border crossing numbers and call this a problem solved. Then, basking in your victory, simply allow your beautiful wall to go the way of all pipe dreams.

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