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Pictures of journalists recently murdered in different Mexican states lay on the ground at Independence Angel square during a protest by journalists in Mexico City, on May 16, 2017

19 Mexican Journalists Murdered So Far in 2018

A team of gunmen in Central Mexico ambushed and killed a journalist as he drove home from work. The slaying marks the 19th murder of a journalist in Mexico this year and the second of its kind since a new preside

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Journalist Killed in Western Mexico — 18th in 2018

A print journalist who covered public safety issues in Nayarit, Mexico, is dead after authorities found his remains off a dirt road. He was shot execution-style. This is the 18th Mexican journalist killed in 2018 and the first under the new presidency of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

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WATCH: Bangladeshi Alleged Human Trafficker Captured in Mexican Border State

Mexican and U.S. authorities arrested a human trafficker from Bangladesh who allegedly operated a smuggling network out of Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The Bangladeshi national is suspected of orchestrating the smuggling of more than 700 women from Asia, Europe, and the Middle East into Texas.

Central Americans traveling in a migrant caravan towards the United US, arrive in Tijuana, Mexico, on November 15, 2018

Women from Migrant Caravan in Tijuana Plan Hunger Strike

A group of women from the Central American migrant caravan are calling for a hunger strike, asking for faster processing by the U.S. and Mexican authorities. The group plans to demonstrate outside the offices of Mexico’s National Immigration Institute in Tijuana.

TOPSHOT - A group of Central American migrants -mostly Hondurans- climb the border fence between Mexico and the United States as others try to bring it down, near El Chaparral border crossing, in Tijuana, Baja California State, Mexico, on November 25, 2018. - Hundreds of migrants attempted to storm a …

Mexico Begins Deporting 98 Caravan Migrants After Border Rush

Mexican immigration authorities initiated the deportation process for 98 Central American caravan migrants who recently rushed an international port of entry in Tijuana, triggering crowd control tactics by U.S. authorities. The Mexican government claims some migrants tried to attack police officers.

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EXCLUSIVA — Se Revela Primera Imagen Conocida del Capo Llamado El Gato

Breitbart News publica la primera imagen conocida del brutal capo del narcotráfico quien ha sido señalado como el autor intelectual del asesinato de un abogado en Texas. El jefe del cartel es conocido como “El Gato”, pero su nombre propio es José Rodolfo Villarreal Hernández, un exmando del cártel de Beltrán Leyva que se ha separado y estableció su imperio criminal en San Pedro, un lujoso suburbio de Monterrey.

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EXCLUSIVE — First Known Image of Drug Cartel Boss ‘El Gato’ Revealed

Breitbart News publishes the first known image of the brutal Mexican cartel boss behind the assassination of an attorney in Texas. The cartel boss is known as “El Gato,” but his proper name is Jose Rodolfo Villarreal Hernandez, a one-time top boss for the Beltran Leyva Cartel who branched off and established his criminal empire in San Pedro, a ritzy suburb of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.

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Thousands of Additional Migrants Headed to U.S. Border

Thousands of additional migrants are expected to arrive in Tijuana, Mexico, to try to claim asylum at the U.S. border. The incoming migrants are in addition to the approximately 5,000 migrants who already arrived in this border city during recent days.


WATCH: Mexican Protesters Tell Caravan Migrants to Go Home

Mexican citizens began protesting the migrant caravan arriving in Tijuana as they attempt to claim asylum in California. The protests turned violent–leading law enforcement to separate the migrants from the demonstrators.

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto seduced voters six years ago with his movie-star looks and promises of sweeping reform, but leaves office as the most unpopular president in Mexican history, according to some polls

Mexican Presidents Deny They Took Bribes from El Chapo

Two former Mexican presidents publicly denied taking bribes from the Sinaloa Cartel. The statements came after the legal defense for Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Loera made contrary claims this week.

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PHOTOS: U.S. Military Troops Reinforce International Bridge Ahead of Migrant Caravan

U.S. military forces placed barriers and concertina wire and carried out drills on the international bridge that divides Hidalgo, Texas, from Reynosa, Mexico. The efforts appear to be preparations for thousands of Central American caravan migrants who are expected to arrive at one of the various ports of entry.

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REPORT: Central American Migrants Set Fire to Mexican Immigration Facility

A group of Central American migrants facing deportation set fire to a Mexican immigration facility in an apparent attempt to escape. The alleged arson comes at a time when Mexican authorities reported the use of firearms and Molotov cocktails within the migrant caravans as they make their way through Mexico to the United States.


Armed Migrants in Caravan Opened Fire on Mexican Cops, Say Authorities

Mexican authorities arrested two Hondurans who allegedly shot at federal police officers escorting the migrant caravan across the southern state of Chiapas. The attack follows shortly after government warnings about Molotov cocktail attacks around a second caravan near the border with Guatemala.

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Mexico Warns of Molotov Cocktail Threat amid Second Migrant Caravan

Mexico’s immigration authorities issued a warning about individuals in Guatemala who are building Molotov cocktails and other makeshift incendiary devices to be used against federal police officers guarding their southern border. The alert follows an incident where a group of migrants in what’s being dubbed the second caravan threw rocks at officials at the Guatemala-Mexico Border and tried to break through international barriers. Mexican law enforcement confirmed that some of the protesters in the clash carried firearms.