A growing throng of Central American migrants has resumed their advance toward the US border in southern Mexico, overwhelming Mexican government attempts to stop them at the border.
- by Mark Stevenson
The clash came on the eighth day of a procession of migrants that formed in northern Honduras and went through Guatemala, with many intending to reach the US.
US President threatens to deploy the military and close the southern US border, risking huge disruptions to trade, if migrant caravan not stopped.
- by Susan Heavey and Sofia Menchu
The group of between 1600 and 2000 people fleeing poverty and violence in Honduras marched into Guatemala, twice pushing past police sent to stop them
Goodbye, NAFTA. Hello, ‘USMCA.’ The deal has a new name, new rules for cars and trucks, and labour and IP protections.
- by Heather Long
Murders, police corruption and now military intervention in the seaside town of Acapulco are a part of everyday life. But progress is being made in the case of the missing students.
- by Kate Linthicum
Tlaquepaque police have a body of evidence against a man accused of stealing a hearse.