Trump has vowed to restrict free trade with Mexico in order to protect US jobs and industry.
Venezuela's economic plight is largely due to falling prices for its oil exports, contributing to food shortages and economic disarray.
A blacklist that lists violators of workers rights has all but disappeared with fingers being pointed at Temer's government, whose backers include the agricultural industry.
Police did not reveal details of how they traced him through the social media site.
Public criticism has swelled against Morales' government over the tragedy.
Banks opened two hours early for the occasion, and within three hours 700,000 people had made withdrawals, reported G1 news site.
Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreao said Mexico will be ready "by the end of May" and will then be waiting for the United States and Canada to complete their domestic legislative processes in order to start the talks.
He was speaking in testimony in a New York court in a case against Fabio Lobo, who is accused of drug trafficking to the United States.
Colombia's farmers are pulled into paying "tax" onto cacao beans to drug gangs in the country
During his 2006-2011 term, Preval's popularity suffered after a massive earthquake struck in 2010, killing more than 220,000 people.
"I regret to confirm the homicide of journalist Cecilio Pineda," said Roberto Alvarez, a spokesman for the state's security department, on Twitter.
UN observes overseeing process
"I'm abandoning my rifle for a broom," said guerrilla Maritza Gonzalez at the FARC's hot, dusty camp in San Jose de Oriente, in northern Colombia.
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said Friday that Mexico will retaliate in kind if Trump slaps tariffs on goods made south of the border.
Government says it will not be strong-armed into signing cease-fire deal
An estimated 11 million illegal immigrants live in the United States, many of them from Mexico.
Guatemalan politics have been upended by a string of scandals that culminated in Perez's resignation and arrest in September 2015.
Luis Almagro, a Uruguayan diplomat, has been a sharp critic of Venezuela's leftist government, Cuba's closest ally.
Jose Serra was a highly experienced official and former presidential candidate.
The voting is being watched closely to see if oil-producing Ecuador will become the latest leftist-run country in Latin America to shift to the right.
Officials warns Mexico will take issue to UN to defend rights of citizens