Soon after arriving in Mexico in 2000, British journalist Jo Tuckman reported on what many Mexicans could scarcely have imagined: the election defeat of the political party that had governed autocratically for 71 years
As his poll numbers fall and coronavirus cases rise, the U.S. president needs a scapegoatand hes turning to his usual target, Mexico.
The universality of television shows and movies can often be measured by how human relationships are depicted on them. This is especially true of foreign movies and TV shows. By doing so, one would notice that most stories are universal because human relationships do not really change. The same can be said for ‘Dark Desire,’ […]
The potential buyer, who government officials declined to reveal, would pay in cash and medical equipment. The offer was made in April.
Mexico on Monday raised the number of people listed officially as disappeared in the violence-torn country to 73,201, with most of them believed to be victims of brutal drug cartel warfare.
Mexico shed another 83,000 formal tax paying jobs in June amid the coronavirus pandemic but the pace of losses slowed, according to data from the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS).
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More than 73,000 people are missing in Mexico, the government said on Monday, some 11,500 more than in a previous total and a grim statistic underscoring the rights abuses suffered since the country began a militarized push against drug cartels.
As Mexico celebrated a new trade deal with the United States and Canada on July 1, a group of Canadian energy investors warned their government that Mexico could already be violating the agreement for failing to respect contracts.
Last year was the second worst on record. More than 300 Americans have disappeared in Mexico since 2006.
Mexico surpassed Italy to rank fourth for most Coronavirus fatalities globally.
Mexico's government is considering a $120 million bid for a luxurious presidential jet after an unidentified prospective buyer offered to pay part in cash and part in medical equipment, a government official said on Monday.
The Trump administration will allow international college students to stay in the United States regardless of whether their universities hold classes in person this fall, a change in policy that came as a surprise to many.
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The Trump administration on Tuesday said it is withdrawing a proposed rule that would have forced foreign students to return home if the college courses they were enrolled in were to be held entirely online when colleges reopen in the fall.
The Trump administration has rescinded a rule that would have required international students to transfer schools or leave the country if their colleges hold classes entirely online this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The decision was announced at the start of a hearing in a federal lawsuit in Boston brought by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The Trump administration rescinded a Department of Homeland Security rule that would force foreign students taking full-online course loads to return home
The Trump administration rescinds a rule that would have made international students transfer schools or leave the U.S. if their college classes go online.
More than a dozen of the biggest names in tech have thrown their support behind last weeks lawsuit pushing back against ICEs proposed plans to deport any foreign students planning to attend online-only classes in the coming semester.
The government is trying to remove Mahjoub, 60, using a national security certificate, claiming he was a high-ranking member of a terrorist organizati...
For decades, US policymakers have bet that the worlds best and brightest will endure a dysfunctional immigration process for a chance at the opportunities the country offers. And for decades, they have been right. Talented people born outside of the US have continued flocking to Americas schools, companies, and way of life, and staying for
BALTIMORE - Three immigration courts reopened Monday as the government extended its push to fully restart the clogged system despite rising coronaviru...
Spain's populous Catalonia region made a fresh attempt on Tuesday to put an area of 160,000 people under lockdown to stem the latest local coronavirus surge in one of Europe's worst-affected nations, which had thought the crisis was ending.
Troubled Spanish renewables firm Abengoa said on Tuesday it was in advanced talks to secure a 250 million euro ($285 million) state-backed liquidity line and restructure part of its debt, but did not expect a final decision until July 27.
Spanish engineering and renewables group Abengoa is in advanced talks with Spanish banks ahead of a deadline on Tuesday to restructure part of its debts, two sources with knowledge of the negotiations said.
WhatsApp tells Roger Torrent his phone had been broken into with an Israeli spyware, prompting him to raise alarm.
The pro-independence speaker of Catalonia's regional parliament Roger Torrent said on Tuesday that he had been the target of political espionage via phone tapping, accusing the Spanish government of being either complicit or negligent.
Spain's Catalonia region on Tuesday issued a new order to place around 160,000 residents of the Lleida area under confinement to stem a surge in coronavirus infections, defying a judge's ruling that such a step was unlawful.
Speaker of regional parliament was told he was targeted by spyware in possible case of domestic espionage
The speaker of the Catalan regional parliament is demanding that the Spanish government launch an official investigation into reports that his cellphone was the target of espionage, allegedly by Spanish security services
Two Algerian men were detained in an anti-terrorism raid in Spain's second largest city Barcelona on Tuesday morning, police said.
MADRID (AP) The speaker of the Catalan regional parliament demanded Tuesday that the Spanish government launch an official investigation into reports that his cell phone was the target of...
The speaker of Catalonia's regional parliament Roger Torrent suspects he was spied upon by the Spanish state via phone tapping, a spokesman said on Tuesday, confirming a report first published by the Guardian and El Pais newspapers.