The blast occurred as fuel thieves were illegally tapping an oil pipeline in a small town in the Mexican state of Hidalgo.
The march follows a deadly car bombing at a Bogota police academy attributed to rebels of the National Liberation Army that killed 21 people and left dozens wounded.
In a series of morning tweets, the US President bashed House of Representatives Speaker Pelosi and other Democrats for turning down an offer he made on Saturday, including for Dreamers, the undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children.
While US President Donald Trump views the latest offer as a compromise, Democrats have already dismissed his proposal before the formal rollout, continuing to oppose money for border wall.
Thousands of women were gathering in the US capital and across the country for their annual message opposing Donald Trump and supporting women's rights.
US Republican Senator Lindsey Graham was speaking at a press conference in Turkey's capital Ankara a day after holding talks with top Turkish officials, including President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The bomb exploded at a police academy in capital Bogota, wounding dozens others in what the authorities condemned as "terrorism". Defence Minister Guillermo Botero blamed the attack on leftist rebel group.
Trump's announcement follows the longest federal shutdown in US history, with over 800,000 federal workers unpaid and at times resorting to selling possessions to make ends meet.
In the United States, Native Americans are among the poorest communities and have particularly suffered during the partial closure of the federal government, which has now stretched on for nearly a month.
The announcement of Trump's second meeting with the reclusive North Korean leader came after the US President met at the White House for 90 minutes with a Pyongyang envoy, Kim Yong-chol, to discuss denuclearization talks.
Russian Foreign Ministry says US strategy gives "green light to the prospect of basing missile strike capabilities in space," which is confrontational.
US President Donald Trump's new defence strategy calls for a more aggressive space-based missile defence system to protect against existing threats. The report names N Korea, which Trump tweeted in June 2108 no longer posed a nuclear threat.
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