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Número: 3150
Fecha: México, D. F. a 1 de junio 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

DONALD TRUMP IS A DANGER TO THE WORLD: HUMBERTO ZURITA / EL UNIVERSAL
Actor Humberto Zurita said that the Republican front runner Donald Trump is a danger not only to Latin America but to the world. “We must take him seriously because he is dangerous, we must not ignore him, I think that the Republican Party faces a great danger, they created a monster” he said in an interview. He said Trump has created a major media force that deserves respect, because he is a great businessman, but "has all the defects of the world.”
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MÉXICO FUE SORPRENDIDO POR EL ASCENSO DE DONALD TRUMP / TERRA
México ha sido sorprendido por el ascenso de Donald Trump como candidato presidencial republicano en EEUU, mientras la candidata demócrata Hillary Clinton confía en ganar con el voto latino de mayoría mexicana en estados clave, afirman analistas consultados por Sputnik Nóvosti. En primer lugar, al gobierno de México, el ascenso de Trump "lo tomó por sorpresa, no ha tenido la capacidad de reaccionar en forma oportuna ni estratégica",
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MÉXICO Y ALEMANIA BUSCAN IMPULSAR EL CONOCIMIENTO CULTURAL / EL UNIVERSAL
El Año Dual México-Alemania es una excelente oportunidad para impulsar el conocimiento recíproco de las dos culturas, declaró en Hamburgo la directora del centro Bravo Intercultural, la mexicana Nancy Bravo. “Me parece importantísimo el acercamiento entre las culturas en general, y entre las culturas mexicana y alemana hay mucho desconocimiento. En cambio hay muchos clichés, muchos estereotipos.
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DE CENTROAMÉRICA, EL 92% DE MIGRACIÓN QUE PASA POR MÉXICO: INM / JOSÉ ANTONIO ROMÁN / EL UNIVERSAL
El permanente incremento en el número de niños y adolescentes no acompañados debe ser atendido de manera integral, pero en el que cada uno de los países centroamericanos “se responsabilice del tramo que les toca”, pidió el director del Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM), Ardelio Vargas Fosado. Al inaugurar el “Taller Regional de Asistencia y Protección a Niñas, Niños y Adolescentes Migrantes no Acompañados”,
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EL ARTISTA CHINO LIU XIAODONG RETRATA “LA SENSIBLE” MIGRACIÓN / ALEJANDRA ORTIZ CASTAÑARES / EL UNIVERSAL
Migraciones es la exposición que el pintor Liu Xiaodong (Jincheng, 1963) dedica a un tema “sensible” si se considera que Europa enfrenta su peor crisis migratoria desde la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Liu es uno de los artistas chinos más conocidos de la actualidad; su pintura realista se caracteriza por una aparente objetividad a pesar de las zonas de conflicto que ama retratar, como Palestina, Israel y el Tíbet,
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EL VOTO CONDICIONADO DE LOS LATINOS / MARÍA LUISA ARREDONDO / LA OPINIÓN
El hecho de que Donald Trump haya alcanzado el número necesario de delegados para convertirse en el nominado republicano preocupa de manera especial a un grupo dentro de este partido: el de los líderes latinos que han trabajado incansablemente para atraer a su comunidad hacia esa institución. Con su retórica antiinmigrante y sus insultos a los mexicanos que viven en Estados Unidos, Trump ha destruido todos los esfuerzos de los republicanos por reconquistar a la comunidad latina que, desde hace años, se identifica más con el partido azul, no sólo en California sino en varios estados del país.
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ROBERTO SURO: HOW SANDERS BECAME ‘EL VIEJITO’ / ROBERTO SURO / DALLAS MORNING NEWS
During a swing through California this month, Hillary Clinton tried to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a rally in East Los Angeles, the Mexican-American heartland where she won overwhelming support from Latinos of all ages in the 2008 primary. But this year, everything was different. Hecklers interrupted her repeatedly, and on the street her supporters faced taunts from a gantlet of demonstrators blaming her for President Barack Obama’s deportation of some Central American asylum seekers. The disaffection and distrust evident in so much of the U.S. electorate festers with special ferocity among young Latinos, the fastest growing segment of the electorate.
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FOR UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS, A LICENSE TO TEACH / LIZ ROBBINS / THE NEW YORK TIMES
When Juan Carlos Pérez told his friends he was going to study to be a teacher, they dismissed his intentions: “They told me: ‘What’s the point? You’re not going to be able to teach.’” He was an undocumented immigrant who crossed the border from Mexico and arrived in New York at age 11, with his younger brother and his mother. They were right — initially. But on Wednesday, a rule passed by the New York State Board of Regents in February will go into effect, allowing certain undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children to apply for professional teaching certificates and for licenses in 57 professions.
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U.S. SQUANDERS TALENTS OF EDUCATED IMMIGRANTS / ESTHER J. CEPEDA / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS NEWS
It is often said the problem with immigrants is that they’re poor and contribute only their cheap labor when they get here. But rarely discussed is that the United States does a terrible job of enabling immigrants who have postsecondary certifications, college degrees and professional work experience to continue their careers once they’ve arrived. To start, a foreign-trained professional has to make his or her way to this country legally, navigating the red tape of visas and permissions, and, of course, master the English language. Then they must maneuver the thicket of proving their credentials and work experience.
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MONEY IS FLOWING OVER THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER, BUT IT’S GOING NORTH / ANDREW SELEE / THE WASHINGTON POST
Mexican investors have started pouring billions of dollars into the U.S. economy. In 2006, Hazleton, Pa., became the center of the national debate about illegal immigration. Faced with an influx of immigrants, many of them from Mexico, it was the first city to pass local ordinances that banned hiring or renting to unauthorized immigrants. Although the courts eventually struck down the ordinances, Hazleton’s city council had accurately captured the fears that many Americans had about the wave of unauthorized immigration then coming from south of the border, fears that still echo in this year’s election campaigns.
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¿PUEDEN LOS INDOCUMENTADOS RECUPERAR SUS APORTACIONES AL SEGURO SOCIAL? / CARLOS AVILES / LA OPINIÓN
En sus más de dos décadas vividas en Estados Unidos, José Meneses cortó cesped en un campo de golf, preparó tortillas mexicanas en una fábrica, pasteó ganado y recorrió medio país trabajando como ‘troquero’. Ahora a sus 60 años y postrado en una cama de hospital busca cosechar los frutos de su esfuerzo y recibir una pensión del Seguro Social. Sin embargo, como millones de inmigrantes sin un estatus migratorio legal, los miles de dólares que cotizó por años no están a su alcance. “Duele que hayas trabajado aquí 25 años y que le digas al seguro ‘ayúdame con unos pesitos’ y que te digan ‘no te podemos ayudar'”,
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JUSTICE DEPARTMENT: JUDGE'S IMMIGRATION ORDER EXCEEDS POWER / KEVIN JOHNSON / USA TODAY
The Justice Department fired back at a Texas judge Tuesday, asserting that a previous order requiring the government to disclose personal information on tens of thousands of immigrants who qualified for protective status as parents of American-born children would represent an "unprecedented breach'' of trust. In court papers, the government also sought to block U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen's directive earlier this month that department lawyers attend ethics classes as punishment for allegedly misleading the court about when President Obama's disputed executive actions on immigration had begun shielding some illegal immigrants from deportation.
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JUSTICE DEPT. SAYS JUDGE IN IMMIGRATION CASE IS OUT OF BOUNDS / JULIA PRESTON / THE NEW YORK TIMES
The Obama administration on Tuesday escalated a feud with the federal judge hearing a challenge to the president’s executive actions on immigration, accusing the judge of overstepping his authority by imposing sanctions on government lawyers for what he said were ethics violations. In court papers, the Justice Department responded to an order on May 19 by Judge Andrew S. Hanen of Federal District Court in Brownsville, Tex., in which he ordered government lawyers practicing in the 26 states involved in the case to take ethics courses. He also barred some from appearing in his court. In the scathing ruling,
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ESQUINA MIGRATORIA: TPS PERDIDO Y ACCESO DE LOS ‘DREAMERS’ AL EJÉRCITO DE EEUU / DANIEL SHARP / LA OPINIÓN
Soy salvadoreño y tengo 67 años. Yo tenía TPS y lo perdí en 1991 y desde entonces solo tengo mi licencia y seguro social al día. Nunca intenté recuperar antes mi TPS. Vivo en un RV y me robaron mis documentos y fue cuando perdí mis documentos. Quisiera saber si pudiera recuperar mi permiso de TPS. En una ocasión visite un abogado y solo por pedir el “file” me pedía $500 dólares que no tenía. El TPS de 1991 no se puede recuperar.
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A LOOK AT IMMIGRANT CHILDREN WINNING ASYLUM IN NUMBERS / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
More than 10,000 unaccompanied immigrant children arriving on the border over the past two years have applied for asylum. As of January, asylum officers had decided on nearly 5,800 of their applications, according to data obtained by The Associated Press. The approval rate for the cases varied widely across the U.S. government's eight asylum offices. Here's a look at the offices handling these children's cases: Source: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services data.
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SURREY RCMP SEEK SUSPECTED FRAUDSTER / BRIAN MORTON / VANCOUVER SUN
Surrey RCMP is asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspected fraudster. Police said that on March 21, they received a report of a victim who was defrauded by someone she met online through a website designed to assist Filipino immigrants. The fraudster identified herself as Creste Gelera, which is believed to be a false name,
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DUTCH PM'S WARNING OVER BREXIT 'FAIRER IMMIGRATION' CLAIM / BBC NEWS
A pledge to bring in a "fairer" points-based immigration system if the UK left the European Union has triggered a warning other countries would adopt the same approach towards British workers. Vote Leave said ending EU citizens' automatic right to live in the UK would create a "more humane" system. But Dutch PM Mark Rutte told the BBC it would trigger "an inevitable, unavoidable race to the bottom". David Cameron said it would "crash" the economy and increase migration.
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BREXIT CAMP EYE AUSTRALIAN-STYLE IMMIGRATION SYSTEM IF UK LEAVES EU / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Britain would extend an Australian-style points-based immigration system to European Union citizens if it votes to leave the bloc, the "Out" campaign said on Wednesday, ratcheting up the pressure on a key issue ahead of the June 23 referendum. Two polls on Tuesday showed Britons have moved toward voting to leave the bloc after official figures published last week put net migration at the second highest level on record last year.
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103 BOATS SEIZED IN FIRST YEAR OF EU ANTI-MIGRANT MISSION / THE NEW YORK TIMES
The German government says the European Union's anti-migrant smuggling operation in the Mediterranean sea has intercepted and destroyed 103 boats in its first year of operation. In a reply to parliament, the Foreign Ministry said ships that make up the Operation Sophia mission have seized 85 rubber boats and 18 wooden boats, the dpa news agency reported Wednesday. A total of 69 smugglers have also been charged since the operation started in May 2015.
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OVER 100 MIGRANTS LAND ON GREECE'S CRETE ISLAND / THE NEW YORK TIMES
A group of 113 mostly Afghan migrants has landed on Greece's biggest island Crete, officials said on Wednesday, the first big arrival on the island since the migrant crisis began. Crete, Greece's southernmost island, lies north of Libya and Egypt. The migrants said they had set off from Antalya on Turkey's southwestern coast, some 260 nautical miles away, police and coastguard officials said. Warm weather and calmer seas in the Mediterranean have led to a surge in recent weeks in the number of people trying to cross to Italy from Libya,
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