After months of escalating tension between the US and Mexico – and a diplomatic crisis over that controversial border wall – Trump sent his reps down. But what happened once they got to Mexico representing President who has called Mexicans rapists and drug dealers? A live two-way with Monocle radio. (begins 20 mins in)
After months of increasingly strained relations between Mexico and the US thousands of Mexicans took to the streets. The nationwide marches were as much a reaction to President Donald Trump’s hostile comments towards Mexico as they were a protest against Mexico’s own government. Reporting live for France 24.
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Mexican traffic police is turning to a women-only policy, because they regard women as less corrupt than men. Five years ago, authorities got rid of every man and decided only women should do the job. As part of the BBC’s 100 Women season, we spoke to Transit Police officer Judith Morales Garduno and her colleague Rosa Baeza Pena about fines, bribes, and women on duty.
See the full story with Katy Watson here.
Live skype for France 24 on Mexico’s reaction to Trump’s executive order on the border wall.
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Reporting by Juan Paullier, producing by Dina Demrdash.
Live skype with France 24 looking at how Trump’s comments send Mexico into a Tailspin.
Live skype report for France 24. January 5th
After an overnight 20% hike in petrol prices, furious Mexicans took to the streets. Following days of looting and protests, the government’s bids for calm seemed to fall on deaf ears. Live reporting for France 24
After an abrupt 20% hike in petrol prices, furious Mexicans took to the streets. Days of looting and protests followed and the government’s bids for calm seemed to fall on deaf ears. Live reporting for France 24