206 Drugged Migrants Bound for U.S. Border Found Locked in Trailer in Mexico

Mexico’s National Institute of Migration (INM) officers rescued 206 Central American migrants trapped in a sealed semi-tractor trailer. The Guatemalan and Honduran migrants, including women and children, told authorities cartel smugglers drugged them to inhibit the urge to use a bathroom during the trip. The migrants were encountered in the Mexican state of Veracruz on Saturday evening.

National Institute of Migration officers find 206 migrants, including small children, drugged and locked in tractor trailer in Veracruz, Mexico. (National Institute of Migration/Government of Mexico)

Report: John Kerry Admits China Climate Trip Is a Failure

U.S. special climate envoy John Kerry concluded his flying three-day trip to Beijing on Wednesday with his reported admission no agreement with China, the world’s single largest producer of greenhouse gases, has been reached on further actions to slash carbon pollution.

BEIJING, CHINA - JULY 18: U.S. climate envoy John Kerry meets with Chinese Premier Li Qiang (not pictured) in the Great Hall of the People on July 18, 2023 in Beijing, China. Kerry is in Beijing to restart climate negotiations between the world's two biggest polluters, which together account for …

Report: Hundreds of Wagner Mercenaries Arrive in Central African Republic

A Russian paramilitary group called COSI said in a Sunday post on the messaging platform Telegram that hundreds of “experienced” Wagner Group mercenaries are pouring into the Central African Republic (CAR) to “ensure security” ahead of a July 30 referendum that could give President Faustin-Archange Touadera a third term in office.

This undated photograph handed out by French military shows three Russian mercenaries, right, in northern Mali. Russia's Wagner Group, a private military company led by Yevgeny Prigozhin, a rogue millionaire with longtime links to Russia's President Vladimir Putin, has played a key role in the fighting in Ukraine and also …

Texas Investigates Allegations of ‘Inhumane’ Border Policies Made by State Trooper

Texas Department of Public Safety Office of Inspector General investigators are looking into allegations of “inhumane” border security policies made by a DPS trooper deployed to the border region. A DPS trooper alleged he was ordered to “push people (migrants) back into the water to go to Mexico.” He also expressed concern over an order to “not give people water.”

Texas Highway Patrol trooper appears to instruct migrants to return to Mexico. (Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)