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Mexico wrestles with its identity as the national guard helps Trump and López Obrador crack down on migrants

The immigration crackdown by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador — part of his deal to avoid stiff trade tariffs as U.S. President Donald Trump blamed Mexico for not doing enough to keep immigrants out of the U.S. — is not affecting the leftist leader's …Read more





Mexico wrestles with its identity as the national guard helps Trump and Lpez Obrador crack down on migrants

CIUDAD JUAREZ Mexico – A handful of national guardsmen in a camouflaged pickup including a soldier standing in the back his finger on the trigger of a mounted assault weapon – lazily chase their targets along the banks of the Rio Grande The fugitives
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Trump Good chance now for tariff deal with Mexico

In Mexico President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador would not had agreed to deploy 6000 National Guard troops to its border with Guatemala to help control the flow of migrants as part of its concessions Beyond Trump and several White House advisers
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Trump says tariffs on Mexico suspended indefinitely

Mexican President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador tweeted trying to hash out a deal that would satisfy Trumps demand that Mexico dramatically increase its efforts to crack down on migrants The talks had been focused in part on attempting
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Mexico migration chief offers resignation to president

We are cleaning house but this work takes time Lpez Obrador said Mexico National Guard to control immigration in its southern border region with Guatemala as part of a recent agreement with the United States US President Donald Trump had
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Overcrowding abuse seen at Mexico migrant detention center

As President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador puts in motion a still-vague plan to crack down Mexico ahead of an anticipated 6000-strong National Guard deployment to help police immigration As of late April there were more than 2000 migrants in
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Mexico vows to help Central American migrants amid crackdown

MEXICO CITY AP Mexican President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador said Saturday his country must help to deter migrants from passing through Mexico on route to the US Mexico plans to deploy 6000 National Guard troops by Tuesday to its southern
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