Mexico calls on US for 'full inquiry' into use of non-lethal weapons at border
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Donald Trump and Japanese premier Shinzo Abe meet for 1st trilateral meeting on G-20 sidelines.
Mexico's foreign ministry presented a diplomatic note to the U.S. government on Monday calling for "a full investigation" into what it described as non-lethal weapons directed toward Mexican territory on Sunday, a statement from the ministry said.
U.S. authorities shot tear gas canisters toward migrants in Mexico on Sunday near the border crossing separating the Mexican city of Tijuana from San Diego, California, after some of them attempted to cross into the United States.
(With inputs from agencies.)