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Drought-hit Mexicans assert demands that water sharing with U.S. ends

21 Sep 2020

LA BOQUILLA DAM, Mexico Protesters gathered on Sunday in drought-hit northern Mexico in an attempt to retain control of a dam key to government efforts to diffuse tensions over a water sharing pact with the United States.

Mexico's militarized police under investigation after deadly clash with protesters

11 Sep 2020

MEOQUI, Chihuahua Prosecutors in Mexico are questioning 17 militarized police involved in a gunfight that killed a woman and left her husband injured, officials said on Thursday, after tensions flared in protests against a dam diverting water to the United States.

UPDATE 1-Mexico's militarized police under investigation after deadly clash with protesters

11 Sep 2020

MEOQUI, Chihuahua, Sept 10 Prosecutors in Mexico are questioning 17 militarized police involved in a gunfight that killed a woman and left her husband injured, officials said on Thursday, after tensions flared in protests against a dam diverting water to the United States.

Two killed as violence spills from Mexico protest against water flow to U.S.

10 Sep 2020

LA BOQUILLA DAM, Mexico Two people died in a gunfight with Mexico's military police near a protest at a dam that diverts water to the United States, the National Guard said on Wednesday, as tensions rose between protesters and officials in the drought-hit region.

Tossing Molotov cocktails, drought-hit Mexicans demand halt to water sharing with U.S.

09 Sep 2020

LA BOQUILLA DAM, Mexico, Sept 9 Mexicans in the drought-hit northern border state of Chihuahua, angry at water from a local dam being diverted to the United States, hurled Molotov cocktails and rocks at security troops late on Tuesday, in an attempt to force them to shut the dam gates.

Mexico's transgender community in fear after second murder

06 Sep 2020

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico The gruesome killing on Saturday of a second transgender woman in northern Mexico has unnerved the local transgender community and amplified calls for greater protections in the Latin American nation.

Long delays at U.S.-Mexico border crossings after new travel restrictions

25 Aug 2020

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico - Americans who regularly cross the border from Mexico reported long wait times to re-enter the United States on Monday after U.S. officials imposed new COVID-19-related restrictions on cross-border travel by U.S. citizens and permanent residents.

Long delays at U.S.-Mexico border crossings after new travel restrictions

25 Aug 2020

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico, Aug 24 - Americans who regularly cross the border from Mexico reported long wait times to re-enter the United States on Monday after U.S. officials imposed new COVID-19-related restrictions on cross-border travel by U.S. citizens and permanent residents.

Mexicans slam Trump's idea to tax border crossing cars to fund wall

20 Aug 2020

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico Mexican officials and border town residents criticized U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday for threatening to levy a tax on cars crossing into the United States to fund his signature border wall.

Mexicans slam Trump's idea to tax border crossing cars to fund wall

20 Aug 2020

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico, Aug 19 Mexican officials and border town residents criticized U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday for threatening to levy a tax on cars crossing into the United States to fund his signature border wall.

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