But U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are only able to process about 20 of the migrants a day, CNN reported, meaning progress is exceedingly slow, and tensions are high. Only a limited number of the migrants who have been given humanitarian visas by the Mexican government can leave the make-shift shelter; some others have asked to be returned to their home countries, the AP reported.
Mexico has now become the biggest U.S. trading partner, jumping ahead of Canada and China that have previously held the top spot, according to recent government data. Transactions with Mexico made up 15 percent of U.S. […]
The Jewish Agency for Israel has announced its first-ever mission to Mexico in order to gain a more thorough perspective about Jewish life in the United State’s neighboring country. The mission will visit Mexico between […]
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