Rescuers recover a seventh body from inside a coal mine near Sabinas, Mexico, more than three days after an explosion there; seven remaining miners trapped inside are presumed dead.
Eighteen attorneys general, representing seventeen U.S. states and Washington DC, sue the Trump administration over migrant family separations at the U.S. border with Mexico. The litigants demand around 2,000 migrant children be reunited with their families.
Voters in Mexico go to the polls for a legislative election with reports of violence in southern states and widespread voter disillusionment. Exit polls show the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party of President Enrique Peña Nieto in a position to retain power.
Experts from Chile who helped rescue 33 miners trapped for more than three months in a mine last October go to assist rescue efforts in northern Mexico, where nine workers remained trapped in a mine after an explosion.
International media are giving the impression that all of Mexico is awash with drug violence while ignoring other matters concerning the country, according to Mexico's ambassador to the United States at the American think tank Council on Foreign Relations.