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Número: 3156
Fecha: México, D. F. a 9 de junio de 2016

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

SRE Y SECRETARÍA DE SALUD PROMUEVEN LA INTEGRACIÓN DE CONNACIONALES / QUADRATÍN
Funcionarios de la Secretaria de Salud y de la Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores, encabezados por el Secretario, José Narro Robles realizaron una gira de trabajo por la ciudad de Nueva York con la finalidad de promover los servicios de salud que ofrece el Gobierno de la República (...) estuvo acompañado por la Titular del Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior de la SRE, Eunice Rendón Cárdenas, por la Cónsul Encargada en Nueva York,
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DREAMERS PODRÁN VIAJAR A MÉXICO CON TODO PAGADO / SIPSE
Jóvenes mexicanos sin autorización para vivir en Estados Unidos pero que han logrado alivio migratorio gracias a un programa del presidente Barack Obama tienen ahora la oportunidad de reconectar con su país de origen. (...) ''Queremos fortalecer ese vínculo (con México) para que luego estos jóvenes sean embajadores de sus comunidades de origen'', dijo durante una rueda de prensa Pablo Vázquez, director de planeación en el Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior, que forma parte de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores de México,
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SE INCREMENTA NÚMERO DE MIGRANTES VARADOS EN TIJUANA/ LA JORNADA
La Coalicio´n Pro Defensa del Migrante sostuvo que ve con preocupación el incremento en el flujo de migrantes mexicanos y de otros países que se encuentran varados en Tijuana. Por ello pidió a los gobiernos que asuman su responsabilidad de proteger y garantizar la seguridad de las familias desplazadas por la violencia de sus lugares de origen en su paso por Baja California. Esta organización advirtió que desde 2013 se incrementaron estos casos que tienen la intención de obtener asilo en Estados Unidos,
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NUNCA ESTUVIERON MÁS CERCA DE MÉXICO DESDE QUE SE FUERON / MARIO VALLE / FORBES
Hace más de un año que Carlos Ponce (cónsul de México en San José, California) y Jorge Zavala (mexicano-referencia en el Área de la Bahía) me invitaron a una iniciativa que, según me explicaron, no era del gobierno, sino creada y liderada por ciudadanos mexicanos viviendo fuera de México y con ganas de apoyar a nuestro país con la ayuda y respaldo de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores. (…) El Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior (IME), descentralizado de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores, dirigido por Eunice Rendón, es –en mi opinión–
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PROMUEVEN QUE DREAMERS EN EEUU VISITEN MÉXICO/ CLAUDIA TORRENS/ EL NUEVO HERALD
Jóvenes mexicanos sin autorización para vivir en Estados Unidos pero que han logrado alivio migratorio gracias a un programa del presidente Barack Obama tienen ahora la oportunidad de reconectar con su país de origen. (...) "Queremos fortalecer ese vínculo (con México) para que luego estos jóvenes sean embajadores de sus comunidades de origen", dijo durante una rueda de prensa Pablo Vázquez, director de planeación en el Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior, que forma parte de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores de México.
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AMERICANS AREN´T BIASED AGAINST LATINO IMMIGRATION .HERE’S WHAT THEY ACTUALLY FEAR/ WASHINGTON POST
Donald Trump’s famous rants against Mexican migrants as drug smugglers, criminals and rapists, and his promise to build a wall keeping them out, have apparently helped him become the presumptive Republican nominee. Like other opponents of immigration reform, he insists that his views stem from principles of fairness to aspiring immigrants who “play by the rules” or concerns about national security. But his ability to rouse supporters by talking about immigration,
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AMERICANS AREN’T BIASED AGAINST LATINO IMMIGRATION. HERE’S WHAT THEY ACTUALLY FEAR / MORRIS LEVY AND MATTHEW WRIGHT / THE WASHINGTON POST
Donald Trump’s famous rants against Mexican migrants as drug smugglers, criminals and rapists, and his promise to build a wall keeping them out, have apparently helped him become the presumptive Republican nominee. Like other opponents of immigration reform, he insists that his views stem from principles of fairness to aspiring immigrants who “play by the rules” or concerns about national security.
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ELIZABETH WARREN TORCHES GOP LEADERS: ‘THEY JUST WANT DONALD TO QUIT BEIGN SO VULGAR AND OBVIOUS ABOUT IT’
After going toe-to-toe with Donald Trump on social media, Sen. Elizabeth Warren has a new mission: Tie the controversial presumptive Republican presidential nominee's reluctant GOP allies in Congress to his controversial rhetoric. In prepared remarks that Warren is set to deliver at the American Constitutional Society on Thursday, the outspoken progressive senator slammed House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for blocking some of President Barack Obama's judicial nominees,
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DONALD TRUMP'S RACIST REMARKS COULD DESTROY THE REPUBLICAN PARTY / JENNIFER RUBIN/ CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Since the 1960s, Republicans have had to battle against liberal elites' accusations that the GOP is exclusionary, anti-immigrant, uninterested in the fate of minorities and downright racist because the party rejected top-down welfare state programs, opposed race-based quotas and did not have a lot of national nonwhite leaders. That changed somewhat under President George W. Bush, who championed education and immigration reform. He got 44 percent of the Hispanic vote and 43 percent of the Asian vote in 2004.
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RYAN SECURITY PLAN STRESSES BORDER CONTROL, IMMIGRATION / RICHARD LARDNER / THE WASHINGTON POST
House Speaker Paul Ryan is proposing to secure U.S. borders by overhauling the immigration system and installing robust defenses to keep out extremists, criminals and drug cartels. The plan is part of a national security strategy the Wisconsin Republican intended to outline on Thursday. It’s a key plank in a broader policy blueprint he is crafting that seeks to unite Republicans amid the frequent distractions triggered by Donald Trump’s unconventional presidential campaign.
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ANHEUSER-BUSCH AIMS AT IMMIGRANTS WITH ANOTHER MEXICAN BEER /NATALIE KITROEFF/ LOS ANGELES TIMES
The first time Michael Price saw a bottle of Estrella Jalisco beer, at a liquor store near his home in Bell Gardens, the 26-year-old immediately texted his friends. “I told all my buds, look, check it out, they got Estrella,” he says. “It was a pretty big deal because you could only get it in Jalisco.” Price, a bartender at Five Star Bar in downtown Los Angeles, says many of his friends are from Guadalajara, the capital of Jalisco state in Mexico, where Estrella Jalisco is made. Until March, the beer could not be found in the United States.
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BILINGUALISM SHOULDN’T BE A REQUIREMENT FOR SUPREME COURT JUDGES/LAUREN HEUSER /NATIONAL POST
The Supreme Court of Canada is a profoundly powerful institution. Its decisions affect our economy, define our liberties and impact our lives. Nine people have the heavy responsibility of rendering these decisions. One would think that the prime minister who appoints them would cast about as widely as possible for the best candidates. Unfortunately, Justin Trudeau has other plans.
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ON THE MIGRANT CRISIS, EUROPE IS AT SEA / BEPPE SEVERGNINI / THE NEW YORK TIMES
THE Italian aircraft carrier Cavour floats in the choppy blue sea. From a helicopter hovering high above it, the ship looks like a toy left behind in a pond on a windy afternoon. But it’s no toy, and this is not a game. Built of 28,000 tons of steel, 800 feet long, rising 180 feet above the water line, with a fully equipped hospital and 550 crew members and officers from 14 different countries, the Cavour is the flagship of Eunavfor Med,
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IVORY COAST LAND DISPUTES THREATEN NEW VIOLENCE AS WAR REFUGEES RETURN/ NEW YORK TIMES
Stepping off a river ferry onto the soil of his native Ivory Coast for the first time since he fled civil war five years ago, Innocent Weley Nonmah left behind the harsh life of a refugee and an Ebola epidemic that prolonged his family's exile. But coming home he had a new worry: that his five hectares of farmland might have been occupied by members of a rival ethnic group .
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GERMANY FAILING TO DEAL WITH SURGE IN HATE CRIMES: AMNESTY/ NEW YORK TIMES
Germany is failing to deal with a surge in hate crimes such as attacks on asylum homes and there are signs "institutional racism" is a problem among law enforcement agencies, an Amnesty International report said on Thursday. The human rights group said that even before the influx of more than a million migrants to Germany last year, authorities had not adequately investigated,
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ISRAEL INDICTS FRENCH IMMIGRANTS IN 9.1 MILLION EURO SCAM / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Israel's state prosecutor indicted four new immigrants from France on Wednesday for allegedly running a major international scam, impersonating company executives and costing five European companies about 9.1 million euros, or over $10 million. The companies that lost money included German electronics retailer MediaMarkt, Belgian electronics company Eldi,
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