Thousands of Mexicans have turned out to protest against the policies of US president Donald Trump. His pledge to build a border wall and clamp down on US companies operating in Mexico has left the country on edge.
A human rights ombudsman, a media executive and two men in a bitter union dispute are just the latest victims of Mexico's rising murder rate. October was the worst month for murder in 20 years.
Massive protests against US President Trump on the sidelines of the ASEAN summit have been a distraction from the real issue of Philippine President Duterte's sinking popularity. Ana P. Santos reports from Manila.
The popular party game Cards Against Humanity says it has bought land on the US-Mexico border and hired lawyers to protect it. The move was met with an outpouring of support on social media.
Mexican negotiators have vowed to "present proposals and counterpoints" in a bid to stop a sunset clause on the trillion-dollar trade deal. The US president has threatened to "terminate" NAFTA even before talks finish.
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