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Lizbeth Diaz

'We made it': Haitians learn from experience to reach Mexico's Tijuana

Oct 01 2021

TIJUANA, Mexico While thousands of Haitians were detained, deported or expelled from a camp on Mexico's frontier with Texas last week, many others traveled west to the border city of Tijuana, hoping to avoid a crackdown aimed at stemming the rising tide of migrants. | Video

Haitian migrants on the move weigh jobs in Mexico after clearout

Sep 25 2021

MONTERREY, Mexico Many Haitians who are heading for the U.S. border as thousands of their compatriots were cleared out of a frontier camp are giving thought to finding work in Mexico if measures to curb entry to the United States stay tough.

'This is a prison': Mexico struggles to hold migrants far from U.S. border

Sep 21 2021

TAPACHULA, Mexico A bid by Mexico to contain thousands of migrants on its southern border with Guatemala has created a major humanitarian headache https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/mexico-condemns-violent-actions-by-migration-agents-caught-video-2021-08-30 for President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, and failed to prevent many from reaching the U.S. border en masse.

'We are not criminals': migrants protest in southern Mexico

Sep 15 2021

TAPACHULA, Mexico Hundreds of migrants stuck in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas on Wednesday protested against the country's immigration policies that have frustrated their efforts to travel to the United States.

Mexico's top court decriminalizes abortion in 'watershed moment'

Sep 08 2021

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously ruled on Tuesday that penalizing abortion is unconstitutional, a major victory for advocates of women's health and human rights, just as parts of the United States enact tougher laws against the practice. | Video

Victim of massacre backs Mexico's suit against U.S. arms makers

Aug 05 2021

MEXICO CITY A Mormon of U.S.-Mexican origin who lost a daughter and four grandchildren in a massacre by gang members in 2019 on Thursday backed a plan by the Mexican government to sue arms makers for compensation over lives lost to gun violence in Mexico.

Mexico holds referendum on whether to probe ex-presidents

Aug 01 2021

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexicans voted on Sunday on whether to investigate five former leaders in a referendum championed by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, amid criticism that the poll is a political stunt and with early indications that turnout was low.

'I have suffered a lot': Honduran toddler reunited with mother after being found alone in Mexico

Jul 17 2021

TEGUCIGALPA A toddler who made international headlines when he was found alone in Mexico after a harrowing attempt to reach the United States was reunited with his family in Honduras on Friday, his mother said.

Migrant boy abandoned in Mexico left Honduras with his father, consul says

Jul 03 2021

MEXICO CITY A two-year-old migrant boy found abandoned in Mexico earlier this week had left Honduras with his father, a Honduran consulate official said on Friday.

Honduran mother of migrant boy abandoned in Mexico contacts authorities

Jun 30 2021

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -The mother of a toddler whose disappearance sparked international media attention appeared on Wednesday before authorities in Honduras to reclaim her son, who was found in Veracruz state, Mexico, alone near a truck that carried more than 100 migrants in suffocating conditions.

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