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Mexico's largest airline is trolling the United States with a brilliant ad about Trump's border policies

For its latest ad, it gave DNA tests to people who said they would never consider traveling to the country — and gave them discounts that corresponded with their DNA. Aeromexico has released yet another advertising slot with President Donald Trump's policies directly in the crosshairs.


Villagers Kidnap, Beat Soldiers to Protect Fuel Thieves in Central Mexico

Approximately 200 villagers kidnapped and assaulted a group of Mexican soldiers after a raid aimed at arresting fuel thieves. The violence follows days of unrest in Mexico after federal authorities shut down the country’s oil pipelines in an effort to target fuel thieves.


I checked out Mexico City's metro and was blown away by how much cleaner, faster, and quieter it is than New York's subway. Here's what it was like.

Mexico City is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world, and its metro carries 1.6 billion people every year. New York City is the only subway that carries more passengers, but Mexico City's system puts it to shame.


Nearly 1,000 Central American migrants in new caravans enter Mexico

TECUN UMAN, Guatemala (Reuters) - Almost 1,000 Central American migrants entered southern Mexico on Thursday in a test of the new government’s pledge to manage an ongoing exodus fueled by violence and poverty that has strained relations with the Trump administration.


These are Mexico City’s most dangerous neighborhoods

The Mexico City Attorney General’s office has identified the city’s six most dangerous neighborhoods, based on criminal investigations in 2018. The historic city center, Doctores, Del Valle Centro, Roma Norte, Narvarte and Buena Vista led the city in homicides, extortion and theft according to the 2


As Trump pushes for a wall, authorities keep finding drug tunnels under the U.S.-Mexico border

One tunnel is about 50 feet long, unfinished, and stretches across two countries. It starts along the drainage channels that a U.S. border town shares with Mexico, and abruptly ends underneath a parking lot in Arizona.


A Oaxacan Chef From Mexico City Opens an Alexandria Restaurant Next Week

What began as a dream to open a traditional Mexican restaurant soon turned into an obsession for Chad Sparrow. A search for the perfect taco has led the co-founder of Common Plate Hospitality on trips across the United States and Mexico.


2 skiers rescued from avalanche at New Mexico's Taos ski resort, officials say

Two skiers have been rescued after they were trapped in an avalanche at the Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico, according to officials from the ski resort. The men were trapped for 22 minutes after the avalanche sent snow pummeling down a mountain around 11:45 a.m. local time on Tuesday, Chris Stagg, vic


Deroy Murdock: As Trump says, terrorists enter US from Mexico – Here are incredible examples

The Trump-hating media have pounded White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for her “unfortunate misstatement” (as presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway put it) on “Fox News Sunday” that some 3,700 “known or suspected terrorists” were caught at the U.S.–Mexico border.


Bank of America cuts Mexico growth forecast to 1% but AMLO predicts 2%

The Bank of America (BofA) halved its 2019 growth forecast for Mexico to 1% yesterday but President López Obrador doubled that figure, offering a guarantee that the economy would expand by 2%.


Pajaritos Floating Storage and Regasification Tender Called Off in Mexico

The tender for a 600 MMcf/d floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) in the Pajaritos port in the southern Gulf of the Mexican state of Veracruz has been cancelled, sources have told NGI’s Mexico GPI.


A new migrant caravan plans to leave Honduras on January 15, and Mexico's government is bracing for its arrival

A new caravan of Central American migrants is planning on leaving Honduras on January 15. The Mexican government is reportedly preparing for the caravan's arrival. The new caravan, like the first, originated through a flier circulating on Honduran social media.


Migrant caravan begins to cross peacefully into Mexico

Hundreds of mainly Honduran migrants began crossing peacefully into Mexico on Thursday without the confrontations that marked last fall's migrant caravans. People simply showed identification bracelets given to them by Mexican officials and walked into the border town of Ciudad Hidalgo. They crossed


Nearly 1,000 caravan migrants start process of entering Mexico from Guatemala

GUATEMALA-MEXICO BORDER – Approximately 1,000 Central American migrants in the newest caravan have begun the process of crossing into Mexico from Guatemala, a Mexican immigration official stationed at the border between the two countries told Fox News on Thursday night.


Impact Wrestling TV taping spoilers: Night two in Mexico City

Impact Wrestling closed their set of tapings with night two at Fronton Mexico in Mexico City on Saturday. Here's what happened on night one if you missed it. X-Division Champion Rich Swann defeated El Hijo del Vikingo in a non-title match.


Mexico youngster Diego Lainez: Real Betis was 'best decision' for me

Diego Lainez is ready to play for Real Betis as early as this Thursday's Copa del Rey game against Real Sociedad, stated the 18-year-old Mexican forward in his presentation at the Spanish club on Tuesday.


Mexico president attacks $US3b of petrol theft each year, leading to servo queues

"Very soon things will go back to normal," he said. "We are on the way to solving the problem in a definitive way." Lopez Obrador's offensive against fuel robbers marks the leftist's first major effort to tackle entrenched corruption since taking office on December 1. It was conceived just after Chr


How Drugs Pour Into the U.S. From Mexico

The partial government shutdown is now in its 21st day, with efforts to reopen stymied by Democrats' and Republicans' disagreement over whether to allot $5.7 billion to the construction of physical barriers at the United States–Mexico border. Among President Donald Trump's explanations for a wall: I


Jake Tapper Nails Donald Trump's Lie About Mexico Paying For The Wall

CNN’s Jake Tapper delved into his show’s archives to slam President Donald Trump’s latest “demonstrably false” claim about his proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall. Trump claimed Thursday that, during the 2016 election campaign, he never said Mexico would pay directly for the wall.


A GoFundMe campaign raised $20 million for a border wall—now all of the funds will be returned

The U.S. government shutdown has now lasted 21 days, tying for the longest shutdown in U.S. history. If it continues to Saturday, it will be the longest. Much of the shutdown can be attributed to a standoff over President Donald Trump's demands for $5.7 million in appropriations to fund a wall along