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17 Jan
Every year, more than 100,000 Mexicans living in the United States are deported to Mexico. Many of them have grown up and spent decades in the US, working, paying taxes and starting families. Some of them don't even speak Spanish. In a matter of days, they find themselves taken from their children and loved ones and escorted across the border, unable to appeal their deportation. FRANCE 24 brings you a special full-length documentary on their plight.
5 Nov 2020
Mexicans fear that Donald Trump will be reelected in the United States, adding that they would prefer Democratic presidential candidate Joe Bien to become the next leader of their north american neighbor.
14 Apr 2019
Mexicans got the chance to be khaleesi for a day in Mexico City on Wednesday (April 10), as a replica of the Iron Throne visited the capital ahead of the final series of the hit show.
23 Oct 2017
Mexicans dressed as skeletons parades through the streets in anticipation of All Souls' Day in November.
18 Feb 2017
Arm in arm and holding flowers, thousands of Mexicans formed a "human wall" on the border with the United States this Friday, in protest against President Donald Trump's plan to build a major barrier.

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