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A caravan of more than 1,500 Honduran migrants moves north after crossing the border from Honduras into Guatemala on October 15, 2018 in Esquipulas, Guatemala.

Here’s how a caravan of 7,200 migrants crossed 3 countries in 1 week

A caravan of over 7,000 migrants from Central America continued their journey through southern Mexico on Monday on their way to the US border. Many set out from Honduras over a week earlier to flee rampant violence and crippling poverty in Central America.
Riding the 'Train of Death' is dangerous.

A caravan of 7,000 migrants is heading towards the US border — haunting images show the deadly route most take to get there

The migrant caravan that trekked through the Northern Triangle and reached Mexico this weekend has swelled to an estimated 7,000 people, and is largely heading to the United States. Many follow the same route through Mexico.

The Central American caravan has swelled to an estimated 7,000 migrants. Despite Trump’s threats, it’s heading north toward the US border....

The caravan set out from Honduras on October 13 as a group of 160 migrants but grew to a massive group after word spread. The migrants have told media outlets they're fleeing their home countries because of crippling poverty and widespread violence.
US President Trump speaks to Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto as he makes an announcement on NAFTA in the Oval Office.

Trump reportedly wanted to shut down the entire US-Mexico border, but his aides talked him out of it

President Donald Trump got so frustrated over immigration that he asked his staff to "close the whole thing," referring to the entire US-Mexico border, during a meeting in the Oval Office this summer, as The Washington Post reported Saturday.
Honduran migrants, part of a caravan trying to reach the U.S., walk during a new leg of their travel in Chiquimula , Guatemala October 16, 2018.

Trump threatens to summon military and wreck Mexico trade deal amid burgeoning migrant crisis

President Donald Trump raged against the governments of Mexico and Central American countries on Thursday, criticizing their leaders for "doing little" to stop the rapidly growing caravan of migrants traveling through the Northern Triangle en route to the United States' southern border.
A caravan of more than 1,500 Honduran migrants moves north after crossing the border from Honduras into Guatemala on October 15, 2018 in Scapula's, Guatemala.

Trump is threatening to have the military ‘close’ the border against a caravan of 4,000 Central American migrants. See their journey to th...

A growing group of at least 4,000 Honduran migrants is steadily moving northbound through Central American countries, en route to the United States, where many hope to seek asylum. President Donald Trump has demanded the Mexican government prevent the caravan from reaching the US.

Mexico’s state-owned oil giant just announced a major discovery that could transform the country’s struggling industry

Mexico's state-owned oil producer, Pemex, announced Tuesday that it had discovered roughly 180 million barrels of oil in the Gulf of Mexico. The so-called proven, probable, and possible, or 3P, reserves could support Mexico's oil output, which has been in decline since 2004.

Mexico’s incoming president is running a Twitter poll to let people help name the US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement

Mexico's President-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrado, is running a Twitter poll to solicit suggestions for the name of the new Us, Mexico, Canada trade deal. The name cannot match the USMCA acronym used by the US and Canada because Mexico uses different technical terminology.
A man lances a poppy bulb to extract the sap, which will be used to make opium, in the municipality of Heliodoro Castillo, in the mountain region of Guerrero, Mexico, January 3, 2015.

Mexican troops are in the streets to fight the drug war, and the country’s defense chief says legalization may be ‘a way out’

Mexico's defense minister said Friday that legalization could be a solution to the country's drug-related violence, and his comments are the first of their kind from a high-ranking military official.
Mexico's Economy Minister Guajardo, Canada's Foreign Minister Freeland and U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer arrive for a meeting during the third round of NAFTA talks in Ottawa

Mexico’s central bank holds rates steady after new NAFTA deal

Mexico's central bank is held its benchmark interest rate steady Thursday in a policy announcement as inflation cools and after a breakthrough on NAFTA was reached.