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Número: 3061
Fecha: México, D. F. a 21 de enero de 2016

To English speakers: below you will find information in English published by American and Canadian press.
 

Bandera de México   MEDIOS NACIONALES / ESTATALES - MÉXICO / MEDIA IN MÉXICO

REGISTRA EU PRIMERA BAJA EN NÚMERO DE INDOCUMENTADOS / EL UNIVERSAL
El número de indocumentados en Estados Unidos ha caído por debajo de once millones por primera vez desde 2004, en gran parte por el "fuerte descenso" en la llegada de migrantes de México, según un informe publicado hoy en Nueva York. El número total de migrantes sin papeles que se estima que viven en el país bajó hasta unos 10.9 millones en el año 2014, frente a los 12 millones que se calcula que había en 2008,
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MILES VISITAN EXPOSICIÓN DE REBOZOS MEXICANOS EN TORONTO / LA JORNADA
La exposición ¡Viva México! Clothing and Culture, que se abrió en el Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) de Toronto el 9 de mayo de 2015, atrajo hasta el último día de diciembre a más de cien mil visitantes, informó hoy el museo canadiense. La muestra reúne cerca de 200 piezas de rebozos, huipiles, jorongos y textiles mexicanos de varios siglos y estará abierta al público hasta el 23 de mayo de 2016.
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CONSULADOS MEXICANOS DARÁN SERVICIO MÉDICO A MUJERES MIGRANTES / LA JORNADA
Mexicanas migrantes recibirán atención médica, contra la violencia y de otro tipo en la red de 67 consulados que tiene este país en el mundo, informó la titular de la Dirección de Igualdad y Género de la cancillería, Guadalupe Gómez Maganda. Durante el acto llevado a cabo en el Senado "Diálogo Promoción y Protección de los Derechos Laborales y Humanos de las Mujeres",
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PERSONALIDADES DE EU FIRMAN PETICIÓN WEB ANTI TRUMP / EL UNIVERSAL
Varias personalidades estadunidenses firmaron una petición en línea para denunciar los excesos verbales del precandidato republicano a la Casa Blanca, Donald Trump. La campaña "Deja de verter odio Trump" fue lanzada por Eve Ensler, autora de la obra Monólogos de la vágina; (…) "Ofrecemos a los estadunidenses la posibilidad de ser escuchados y de actuar, mientras la campaña de Trump gana terreno recurriendo cada vez más a un discurso de odio,
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JUANES Y JOHN LEGEND LE CANTAN A INMIGRANTES EN EU / EL EXCELSIOR
Cantante colombiano Juanes y el compositor e intérprete estadunidense John Legend visitaron hoy un centro de detención de inmigrantes en la comunidad de Eloy, en el sur de Arizona, en una campaña contra el encarcelamiento de indocumentados. La visita de Juanes y Legend el Centro de Detención de Eloy, operado por la compañía privada Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) para la Oficina de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE) al sur de la ciudad de Phoenix, duró dos horas. Durante la visita, interpretaron varias de sus canciones,
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IMPORTANTE PRESENCIA LATINOAMERICANA EN FESTIVAL DE SUNDANCE / LA JORNADA
El Festival Internacional de Cine de Sundance, fundado por Robert Redford, arranca hoy en Utah con una importante presencia de películas latinoamericanas en competición. Tres de las 12 películas que compiten por el premio de mejor drama extranjero son de países lationamericanos: la colombiana Between sea and land, de Carlos del Castillo, la argentina-uruguaya Mi amiga del parque, dirigida e interpretada por Ana Katz, y la chilena Much ado about nothing, de Alejandro Fernández Almendras.
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SANDERS DETENDRÁ LAS DEPORTACIONES/ RAÚL GRIJALVA/ LA OPINIÓN
Los candidatos presidenciales de ambos lados del espectro político están incrementando el nivel de su retórica en cuanto a la inmigración. Del lado republicano continuamos escuchando ataques xenofóbicos contra DREAMers y nuestra comunidad inmigrante. Del lado demócrata, el senador Bernie Sanders ha mostrado que él está liderando en reforma migratoria, proponiendo una plataforma,
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U.S. IMMIGRATION CASE COULD SET LIMITS ON PRESIDENTIAL POWER / THE NEW YORK TIMES
The U.S. Supreme Court challenge to President Barack Obama's immigration policies could have an impact far beyond determining whether millions of undocumented immigrants can remain in the country. The case has the potential to constrain the power of Obama's successor to bypass Congress and act alone. Should Obama’s order blocking deportations for certain immigrants,
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IMMIGRATION TOPS POLITICALLY CHARGED CASELOAD FOR SUPREME COURT/ TRIB LIVE
— The Supreme Court's decision to add immigration to its robust list of politically charged cases means a raft of rulings in the late spring or early summer that could inject the court into the presidential campaign. Cases involving abortion, affirmative action, labor unions and the Obama health care law have already given the high court's term a campaign-season flavor.
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OF CURSE OBAMA´S INMIGRATION ORDERS ARE LEGAL / ERWIN CHEMERINSKY / LOS ANGELES TIMES
No government prosecutes every single person who breaks the law. Limited resources make that impossible. District attorneys do not routinely take people to court for possessing small amounts of marijuana; police departments do not generally ticket drivers who speed one mile above the limit. Is immigration enforcement any different? Does the federal government,
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SUPREME COURT SHOULD RECOGNIZE THE PRESIDENT'S POWER TO DEFER THE DEPORTATION OF IMMIGRANTS / LOS ANGELES TIMES
The contentious debate over whether President Obama has the authority to defer the deportation of millions of people living in the country illegally, and then to grant some of them temporary permission to work, will finally get the hearing it deserves before the U.S. Supreme Court. Last year, a district court judge in Texas,
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DID OBAMA OVERSTEP HIS AUTHORITY ON IMMIGRATION? / THE NEW YORK TIMES
This is how our constitutional republic works and has pretty much worked for more than two centuries: The three branches of government keep one another in check and balance. Sometimes they act in accordance with one another, but much more often in tension, as has been the case for the last seven years. If President Obama’s efforts to overhaul immigration rules by executive action are found to be unconstitutional by the Supreme Court,
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RAMESH PONNURU: WHY IMMIGRATION IS A BIG DEAL TO CONSERVATIVES / RAMESH PONNURU / THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS
Nikki Haley, the governor of South Carolina, is the latest Republican to learn how important immigration has become to conservatives. In her response to the State of the Union address, she argued both that immigrants should be made to feel welcome and that we have to maintain control of our immigration policy.
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BISHOPS SUPPORT IMMIGRANT LICENSES, WORKERS/ MILAN SIMONICH/LAS CRUCES SUN NEWS
New Mexico's three Catholic bishops said Wednesday that certain members of their flock question them for engaging in political issues, but they feel morally obligated to speak on important topics facing the state and its most vulnerable residents. "Immigration, workers' rights, the sanctity of life, these are the issues," Archbishop John C. Wester of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe told about 30 legislators ,
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REPORT: U.S. ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT POPULATION CONTINUES DECADE-LONG DECLINE / LOMI KRIEL / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
The illegal immigrant population in the United States has dropped below 11 million, continuing a near-decade long decline in a trend that should shape the political rhetoric over immigration, according to a new report released Wednesday. The number of people here illegally fell to 10.9 million in 2014, the lowest level since 2003 and down from 11.7 million in 2010, according to the study by the Center for Migration Studies,
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FLORIDA MAY PENALIZE THOSE WHO DON'T ENFORCE IMMIGRATION LAW / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Florida could penalize cities, counties and sheriffs who don't fully cooperate with federal immigration authorities. A House panel on Thursday voted along party lines for a sweeping measure sponsored by Rep. Larry Metz. The measure heads next to the full House for a vote. Metz says he sponsored the bill (HB 675) in response to a 2015 incident in San Francisco in which a woman was fatally shot by a Mexican immigrant.
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OTTAWA DONNE UN RÉPIT AUX VILLES DÉBORDÉES/LE DEVOIR
Le gouvernement Trudeau était pressé d’accueillir des milliers de réfugiés syriens au pays. Mais quelques métropoles n’ont pas réussi à suivre la cadence du fédéral, et Ottawa a été forcé de leur donner quelques jours de répit pour gérer l’arrivée massive de réfugiés dans leurs communautés. Résultat : les nouveaux arrivants devront patienter quelques jours de plus dans des hôtels de Montréal et Toronto avant de rejoindre leur nouvelle vie. Ottawa, Toronto et Vancouver ont tiré la sonnette d’alarme cette semaine en implorant le gouvernement fédéral,
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MONTREAL FACTORY GIVES SYRIAN REFUGEES JOBS, FRENCH CLASSES, TIPS TO INTEGRATE/ GIUSEPPE VALIANTE/ MONTREAL GAZZETTE
When Syrian refugee Garouj Nazarian is asked how he likes working for his boss, the answer comes in choppy English — but the sentiment shines through. “So much good,” he says with a big smile, offering a thumbs-up to emphasize his joy. Nazarian, who’s been in Canada for about a year, has been working for six months at a Montreal plywood factory owned by Levon Afeyan, who fled Lebanon’s civil war with his parents and two brothers in 1975.
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TORONTO, VANCOUVER, OTTAWA ET HALIFAX VEULENT SUSPENDRE L’ARRIVÉE DE RÉFUGIÉS SYRIENS/ LE DEVOIR
De Toronto à Vancouver, plusieurs grandes villes canadiennes ont demandé mercredi au gouvernement fédéral de suspendre l’arrivée des réfugiés syriens, se disant incapables de leur fournir des logements convenables alors que l’hiver sévit. Le ministre fédéral de l’Immigration, John McCallum, a convenu de la difficulté et a décidé de transférer les nouveaux arrivants vers d’autres villes, le temps que la situation rentre dans l’ordre.
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CANADIAN CITIES ASK FOR DELAY IN REFUGEE ARRIVALS AMID HOUSING SHORTAGE/ GLORIA GALLOWAY AND TU THANH HA / THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Refugee settlement officials in Toronto have joined those in Ottawa and Vancouver in asking the federal government to stop sending more Syrian refugees their way for a few days until they can house the large number of people who have already landed at their door. “We have received requests to slow down arrivals in some communities. We are accommodating those requests to ensure that, in the end,
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FLOW OF SYRIAN REFUGEES INTO OTTAWA EXPECTED TO RESUME SOON/ JACQUIE MILLER/ OTTAWA CITIZEN
Syrian refugees sponsored by the Canadian government will start arriving in Ottawa again in the next few days after an Ottawa settlement agency asked for a temporary halt to deal with a sudden large influx. Settlement agencies in Ottawa, Vancouver, Toronto and Halifax asked the federal government in the last week to delay the arrival of government-sponsored refugees as they scramble to hire more staff and find temporary and permanent housing.
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DENMARK’S NEW FRONT IN DEBATE OVER IMMIGRANTS: CHILDREN’S LUNCHES/ DAN BILEFSKY/ THE NEW YORK TIMES
It is being called the “meatball war.” To be precise, pork meatballs and other pork dishes such as roasts have become the latest weapons in the culture wars playing out in Europe over immigration after a Danish town voted this week to require public day care centers and kindergartens to include the meat on their lunch menus. Denmark,
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WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES TO GET INTO THE U.S.? / ELIZA GRISWOLD / THE NEW YORK TIMES
‘We aren’t the kind of family that sends our daughters to work,’’ Mahmoud al-Haj Ali told me one evening this fall. He’d just returned to the family’s dingy second-floor apartment in Aurora, Ill., from the warehouse where he and his 19-year-old daughter, Sham, sorted boxes. At work, Mahmoud tried to keep her in sight. ‘‘I saw how tired she was,’’ he continued. ‘‘It’s more than she can take.’’
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MUEREN DOCE MIGRANTES EN UN AGITADO EGEO / LA JORNADA
Idomeni. Doce migrantes murieron ahogados el jueves al naufragar el bote que los llevaba a las islas griegas en un mar agitado. La guardia costera turca dijo que otros 26 fueron rescatados frente al balneario turco de Foca sobre el mar Egeo, cerca de la ciudad de Izmir. Un sobreviviente, Yusuf Ali, iraquí de 31 años, dijo a la agencia Anadolu que su esposa y su hija murieron ahogadas.
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