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Border Patrol agent with long list of complaints heads to trial in Arizona

Prosecutors said they would introduce evidence Matthew Bowen had injured immigrants in custody on at least four different occasions.

Some Central American asylum applicants, forced to wait In Mexico, choose to return home

It's the beginning of a “voluntary return” program for migrants who wish to return home, Mexican immigration officials said.

US to retry Arizona No More Deaths border activist Scott Warren

This is the government’s second attempt after the case last month ended in a mistrial.

Out of room on Arizona's border

Arizona’s border with Mexico is becoming an epicenter for asylum seekers from Central America.

Mexican president marks 1 year since election amid concerns over administration

Critics say measures of crime and the economy suggest there is little to celebrate.

Reducing number of migrants a tough assignment for Mexico, report says

A Mexican think tank says the country is unlikely to stem the flow of migrants within the negotiated window.

Arizona, Sonora ink nonbinding deal to draw more filmmakers

Officials hope the region will compete with other world film destinations.

Southwest members of Congress decry produce protection measures

Critics say provisions could mean higher prices for consumers and endanger approval of the renegotiated NAFTA.

Sonora to receive 1,800 National Guard members; 150 headed to Hermosillo

The newly formed National Guard has recently been used for immigration enforcement in Mexico.

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.

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