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Mexico invests in trees in El Salvador to fight migration crisis

The strategy involves creating new employment opportunities in Central American countries.

'Remain In Mexico' program headed to Sonora

The program sends asylum seekers to Mexico while their immigration cases are processed.

Feds aim to cut processing times for immigration applications

Agency data shows a backlog of more than 700,000 citizenship applications.

Mexico deploys National Guard to stop migrants

Critics say the deployment is against the law and is intended to serve U.S. interests.

Mexican immigration commissioner quits amid immigration crisis

Tonatiuh Guillén gave no explanation for his unexpected resignation.

After burst of border violence, Arizona DPS sends help to border

The agency declined to provide details beyond what it wrote in three tweets Wednesday.

2 Sonoran border shootouts claim 9 lives

Violence rocked the Mexican border towns of Agua Prieta and Naco on Monday.

DHS watchdog retires; governor's aide awaits Senate vote

Joseph Cuffari is waiting as part of a long list of nominations being considered for agency's next inspector general.

Mexican government boasts of negotiation success, though ultimatum from US awaits

While both countries have touted the agreement brought about by tariff threats, a Mexican official suggests the crisis is not over.

Sigh of relief for border businesses after Mexico tariff threat

Last year, $14.5 billion in imports from Mexico passed through the Nogales commercial port alone.

Jury begins deliberations in border humanitarian aid worker trial

Federal prosecutors sought to make the case about the entire group, No More Deaths.

In Mexico, exporters already adjusting to threats of US tariffs

Trump’s threats have changed the political agenda the country, where at least 85% of exports go to the U.S.

Arizona churches sue Patriot Movement AZ, AZ Patriots

The suit says the far-right groups conspired to violate people's civil rights, invasion of privacy and defamation.

Sonoran flea markets give new life to used Arizona goods

In Arizona, it's common to see southbound pickups loaded to capacity with household goods. Many are headed to Mexico's tianguis.

Flagstaff disabled service providers at risk

A recession-era cut and a minimum wage increase have created a funding shortage.

Sonoran protesters insist 'unconstitutional' toll booths must go

A movement has been shutting down highway toll booths in the northern Mexican state to push back against the tolls themselves.

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