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Journalist and activist Gildo Garza, right, reads the names of murdered journalists at a demonstration outside the federal attorney general's office in Mexico City. Courtesy Gildo Garza hide caption

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Mexico's Journalists Speak Truth To Power, And Lose Their Lives For It

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The Supreme Court Reinstated Trump's 'Remain In Mexico' Policy For Asylum-Seekers

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Bullet cases are seen on the ground at a crime scene after Mexico City's Public Security Secretary Omar García Harfuch was wounded in an attack, in Mexico City, on June 26, 2020. Pedro Pardo/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico Sues U.S. Gun-Makers For Contributing To Arms Trafficking Deaths

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Mexico Referendum Puts Vague Question To Voters

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Mexico Votes In First National Referendum Today, But The Question At Stake Is Murky

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Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández (left) speaks with then-Vice President Biden during a news conference in Guatemala City on March 2, 2015. Leaders from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras were meeting with Biden for two days of talks about child migrants entering the United States. Johan Ordóñez/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Senators Seek Sanctions Against Honduran President

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Wife Of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán Arrested On Drug Trafficking Charges

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A person buys soda at a convenience store in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, on April 13. The country has high levels of obesity and medical conditions that health authorities warn are related to a diet high in soda and processed foods. Mauricio Palos/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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'We Had To Take Action': States In Mexico Move To Ban Junk Food Sales To Minors

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Mexican States Ban Sale Of Junk Food To Minors

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Relatives of those who have died from COVID-19 visit graves in the special area of the Municipal Pantheon of Valle de Chalco, Mexico. The coronavirus has taken a heavy toll on the country, especially its poorest citizens. Alfredo Estrella/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'If Coronavirus Doesn't Kill Me, Hunger Will': Mexico's Poor Bear Brunt Of Pandemic

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In Houston, Preparing For A Hurricane During A Pandemic

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Mexico's National Guard prevents migrants who walked across the river from making their way farther into Mexico. James Fredrick for NPR hide caption

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Honduran Mom Reunites With Her 5-Year-Old After Migrant Caravan Crackdown In Mexico

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Mother Separated From Daughter As Central American Migrants Meet Mexican Police

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