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Powerful 7.1 Earthquake Hits Mexico City, At Least 119 Dead

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A strong earthquake has struck Mexico City, sending thousands of residents into the streets. The United States Geological Survey said the earthquake was marked as a 7.1 magnitude that hit the southern Mexico region Tuesday. In response to the quake, Mexico City International Airport has suspended operations. According to reports, at least 119 people were killed when the earthquake struck. Mexican... 

Trump flip flops again, says he will NOT repeal NAFTA anymore

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President Trump told the leaders of Canada and Mexico on Wednesday that the U.S. will renegotiate NAFTA rather than leave the trade agreement altogether, the White House says. That’s a surprising development given reports earlier in the day that the White House was drafting plans to begin the process of exiting the trade deal, which has been in place since 1994. “President Trump agreed not to... 

Mexico Earmarks $50 Million to Lawyer Up Illegals in the U.S.

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WOW. This move makes Mexican President’s intentions crystal clear. They know the scam is known and don’t even seem to mind anymore. They have no intentions of having real borders. They want illegals in the U.S. to stay int he U.S. and continue sending money back to Mexico. What rights exactly are they fighting for? They trespassed illegally and should have NO rights. They should simply be sent... 

Peso Tumbles After Mexican President Says He Rejects Trump’s Border Wall

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The Peso took a tumble Thursday after Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced he would not cooperate with US President Donald Trump’s construction of a wall between the two nations. “The peso is down by 1.2% at 21.3175 per dollar as of 11:57 a.m. ET,” reports Business Insider. “The currency was up as much as 0.8% at 20.9358 per dollar around 8:50 a.m. ET.” The dip ends a rally for... 

Trump calls for 20% import tax from Mexico to pay for border wall

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After signing an executive order to build a wall on the US southern border, President Donald Trump has said that Mexico will pay for the costs of the construction “one way or another.” The White House has hinted that would be with an import tax. In the past, Trump has said that the initial funds for the wall would come from US taxpayers, and later be reimbursed by Mexico; however, Mexican... 

Donald Trump to Meet with Mexican President in Mexico City Wednesday

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Donald Trump reportedly will visit Mexico City on Wednesday before his immigration speech in Arizona. Donald Trump visited the US border with Mexico in 2015. CNBC reported: Donald Trump may travel to Mexico City on Wednesday to meet with Mexico’s president, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday, citing unnamed sources in the U.S. and Mexico. The potential visit would come just ahead of the Republican... 

Mexican president vows justice for missing students

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Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has promised the families of 43 students, who went missing in the southern city of Iguala in September, that justice will be served. Nieto vowed to hunt down all perpetrators of the case after three gang members confessed to murdering all the students in the state of Guerrero. The students were killed after they were handed over... 

Mexican officials find 4 new mass graves in Guerrero

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Four new mass graves have been discovered in the Mexican state of Guerrero, where 43 student teachers disappeared last month after clashes with the local police. On Thursday, Mexican Attorney General Jesus Murillo said that the remains of charred human bodies were uncovered in the mass graves on the outskirts of Iguala city. We are going to take DNA samples from the missing students’ relatives to... 

Gov. Jerry Brown Announces Collapse of California and Ultimately the U.S.

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On Tuesday California Governor Jerry Brown met with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto in Sacramento. A day prior to the meeting in the California capitol, Brown announced the collapse of the United States and the elimination of its national borders when he declared California to be wide-open to illegal immigration. “You’re all welcome in California today,” Brown said in Los Angeles on... 

Mexico orders probe into US spying on its top officials

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Mexican interior minister has ordered a major probe into reports of US electronic spying on its current President Enrique Pena Nieto as well as his predecessor Felipe Calderon. Miguel Angel Osorio Chong announced on Tuesday that he had instructed Mexico’s CISEN intelligence agency and federal police to conduct an “exhaustive” investigation into the spying operation and to determine whether... 

Mexicans protest Enrique Nieto’s swearing in as president

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Mexican police hit by Molotov cocktails thrown by protesters showing their opposition to President Enrique Pena Nieto on December 1, 2012. As Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto is worn in, thousands protest across the country, clashing with police and injuring at least five officers. Protesters on Saturday threw Molotov cocktails and objects towards police officers, who were standing outside the... 

Mexico Bans Large Cash Transactions

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Outgoing Mexican President Felipe Calderon has signed into law a ban on large cash transactions. The ban will take effect in about 90 days and it is part of a broader effort to control monetary flows within the country. Under the law, a Specialized Unit in Financial Analysis operating within the Attorney General’s Office will be created to investigate financial operations “that are related... 

Mexico announces Bloodiest Year yet in War on Drugs

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It’s been four years since Mexican President Felipe Calderón began a concerted effort to curb drug-related violence across Mexico, deploying 50,000 federal troops charged with dismantling the country’s drug cartels and drug transportation networks. Much to the chagrin of Calderón, his government’s escalation was met head-on by the cartels, resulting in a 60 percent increase in... 

Mexico sues Arizona

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Mexico has jumped on the surreal bandwagon and is suing Arizona over their decision to enforce federal immigration law. Mexico on Tuesday asked a federal court in Arizona to declare the state’s new immigration law unconstitutional, arguing that the country’s own interests and its citizens’ rights are at stake. Lawyers for Mexico on Tuesday submitted a legal brief in support of one of five... 
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