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Número: 3163
Fecha: México, D. F. a 20 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

EDUCACIÓN: HERRAMIENTA DE EMPODERAMIENTO DE LA COMUNIDAD MEXICANA EN ESTADOS UNIDOS / EUNICE RENDÓN / LA CRÓNICA
Se calcula que existen 34 millones de personas de origen mexicano que viven en Estados Unidos, de ellos, 12 millones son de primera generación, mientras que el resto incluye a aquellos de segunda y tercera generación. Asimismo, es importante subrayar que uno de cada tres de estos 34 millones, es joven. (…) Esta semana, en la ciudad de Raleigh, en Carolina del Norte, la canciller, Claudia Ruiz Massieu anunció la convocatoria IME Becas
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CANCILLER RUÍZ MASSIEU ANUNCIA CONVOCATORIA IME BECAS / OBSERVATORIA
La Canciller, Claudia Ruíz Massieu en su gira de trabajo por la ciudad de Raleigh en Carolina del Norte, realizada los días 15 y 16 de junio, se reunió con diversos grupos de la comunidad mexicana donde anunció el lanzamiento del programa IME Becas 2016-2017, mencionando que debido al compromiso que el Gobierno de la República tiene con los connacionales, se dará un mayor impulso a la atención de jóvenes y mujeres, para que tengan acceso a la educación superior.
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MEXICAN TENOR TO VISIT BERLIN REFUGEE CAMP DRESSED AS A CLOWN DOCTOR / EDGAR ÁVILA / EL UNIVERSAL
Con las enseñanzas culinarias de sus ancestros mesoamericanos a cuestas, Martha Soledad Gómez Atzin, la cocinera totonaca más reconocida del país, recorrerá el mundo para deleitarlo con su sazón. Las recetas de sus ancestros; caldo de gallina, bocoyes, molotes, carne de conejo o liebre, y hasta los quelites, formarán parte de una variedad de platillos que el gobierno mexicano promocionará en el extranjero.
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REVELAN QUE CONTRATOS LABORALES EN EU INCENTIVAN DETENCIÓN DE MIGRANTES / LA JORNADA
Contratos firmados entre autoridades de Estados Unidos y empresas dedicadas a la construcción y administración de cárceles alientan la detención de migrantes indocumentados, incluso de niños y mujeres, según el organismo Detention Watch Network (DWN). En un informe difundido esta semana, la DNW reveló que contratos firmados entre la Oficina de Migración (ICE)
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CHIHUAHUA COMPARTE BASE DE DATOS CON EU PARA IDENTIFICAR 10 MIL CUERPOS DE MIGRANTES / CRÓNICA
La Fiscalía General del Estado hizo un convenio con la Conferencia de Procuradores del Oeste de los EU, y están dentro en un programa binacional para identificación humana, que busca generar identidad de 10 mil cuerpos de indocumentados en la faja fronteriza del sur de EU y en el norte de México. “La cuestión migratoria es innegable en nuestro país, somos paso obligado hacia EU, entonces dentro de lo que son los hallazgos y fallecimientos que encontramos nosotros en este tipo de cuestiones,
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CREEN QUE ATROPELLADO EN LA I-10 ES INDOCUMENTADO / DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
Un inmigrante de aproximadamente 20 años, que al parecer intentaba huir de la Patrulla Fronteriza, murió tras ser atropellado en la carretera Interestatal 10. Los hechos se registraron a las 10:15 p.m. a la altura de la salida de Porfirio Díaz de la I-10. Agentes de la Patrulla Fronteriza dijeron en un comunicado que a esa misma hora habían detenido a dos personas que cruzaron la frontera sin autorización. La agencia sospecha que el ahora occiso iba con ellos.
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Bandera de Estados Unidos de América  MEDIOS EN ESTADOS UNIDOS / MEDIA IN USA

BECAS PARA MEXICANOS EN EEUU; ANUNCIA CANCILLER RUÍZ MASSIEU DURANTE GIRA POR RALEIGH, NC.LA PRIMERA OCASIÓN QUE UNA SECRETARIA DE ESTADO VISITA CAROLINA DEL NORTE / LA CONEXIÓN USA
Durante la gira de trabajo efectuada el 15 y 16 de junio, en la ciudad de Raleigh en Carolina del Norte, la Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores de México, Claudia Ruíz Massieu anunció el lanzamiento del programa IME Becas 2016-2017 para aquellos estudiantes mexicanos que radican en los Estados Unidos. (…) Durante el evento se dieron cita diversos grupos de la comunidad hispana que radican en Carolina del Norte,
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ANUNCIAN PROGRAMA “DREAMERS WITHOUT BORDERS” / EL DÍA NEWS CHICAGO
Los Dreamers tienen hasta el 24 de junio para enviar su solicitud y participar en el programa. La U.S.-Mexico Foundation (USMF) y la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE), a través del Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior (IME), se enorgullecen en presentar a la Delegación 2016 del programa “Dreamers without Borders”. “Dreamers without Borders” enlaza a jóvenes de ascendencia mexicana que viven en Estados Unidos con su país de origen, con el propósito de contribuir a su empoderamiento al promover un sentido de identidad y orgullo renovado en su patrimonio cultural.
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PROGRAM HELPS ‘DREAMERS’ VISIT MEXICO / VOICES OF NY
Seeking to promote connections between Mexican students living in the U.S. and their native country, public and private organizations last year launched the “Dreamers Without Borders” program, which will allow them to visit Mexico. The initiative, promoted by the Mexican government and the U.S.-Mexico Foundation, this year will help 75 to 100 students between the ages of 22 and 28 who are beneficiaries of DACA to obtain travel authorization to visit their native country from Dec. 17 to Jan. 3. In a ceremony held yesterday at the Consulate General of Mexico in New York,
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ESTUDIANTES TIENEN PLAZO HASTA EL 24 DE JUNIO PARA RECIBIR BENEFICIOS DE MÉXICO / NEWS EL HISPANO
Los jóvenes que se acogieron a la Acción Ejecutiva firmada por el presidente Barack Obama, y que se conocen como los Dreamers tienen plazo hasta el 24 de junio del 2016 para enviar su solicitud y de esa manera poder recibir el beneficio de viajar hacia México y poder participar en el programa “Soñadores sin Fronteras" que en ingles se conoce como “Dreamers without Borders”. Solo necesitan enviar su solicitud presentar un ensayo o video y una carta de recomendación, la invitación la hizo la oficina de prensa del consulado general de México en Dallas,
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INVITAN A JÓVENES DREAMERS A PARTICIPAR EN PROGRAMA QUE LES PERMITE VIAJAR A MÉXICO / UNIVISIÓN
Cindy Agustín, joven soñadora de Chicago de 26 años, regresó a México después de más de dos décadas y finalmente tuvo la oportunidad de conocer a su abuela, a sus tíos y hasta a su madrina, pero además pudo ver un país que ya no recordaba. “Fue una oportunidad muy grande para mí y para mi familia. Vi a personas que no había visto desde que tenía tres años de edad”, cuenta Agustín. Su visita fue posible gracias a un programa llamado “Soñadores sin fronteras”, que es organizado por el Instituto de Mexicanos en el Exterior y por la fundación US-Mexico Foundation (USMF)
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EDITORIAL: PRADO WAS ADVOCATE FOR MEXICO IN EL PASO / EL PASO TIMES
Jacob Prado Gonzalez, Mexico’s consul-general to El Paso the past four years, devoted himself to improving relations between neighbors, even in difficult circumstances. Prado wrapped up his tenure last week and is returning to Mexico City, where he will serve as general director for consular protection in Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Relations. He will be succeeded as consul-general in El Paso by Marcos Bucio Mújica. (…) “Consul Prado has been a great friend of UTEP,” UTEP President Diana Natalicio said. “He has been a partner on many initiatives that have elevated the quality of life for the residents of our Paso del Norte region,
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SUPREME COURT TAKES UP DISPUTE OVER IMMIGRANT DETENTION / SAM HANANEL / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
The Supreme Court will decide whether some immigrants locked up longer than six months during deportation proceedings should have a chance to be released. The justices said Monday they will take up an issue that affects thousands of immigrants detained for months or years without the benefit of a hearing to determine if their confinement is justified. The Obama administration is seeking to overturn a federal appeals court ruling that said any immigrant detained more than six months is entitled to a bond hearing.
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EXPERTS: RISE IN CITIZENSHIP APPLICATIONS TIED TO RHETORIC / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
In the first quarter of the year, citizenship application rates in Massachusetts and around the country, have skyrocketed. Local experts have tied the rise, in part, to the presidential campaign and the divisive immigration rhetoric of Donald Trump. From January through March, the most recent data available, the Office of Citizenship and Immigration Services received 7,994 applications from offices in Massachusetts, a roughly 30-percent increase over the 6,141 received in the last quarter of 2015.
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REMAINS OF HUNDREDS OF UNIDENTIFIED IMMIGRANTS ARE BURIED IN IMPERIAL COUNTY CEMETERY / LOS ANGELES TIMES
In an unmarked dirt lot at the end of Terrace Park Cemetery in Holtville lie the remains of hundreds of unidentified migrants. Most of these people died alone in the Imperial Valley desert or mountains, likely while attempting to illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border. Some drowned in irrigation canals. Others died of thirst or exposure to extreme heat. Each burial site is marked only with a large brick, each inscribed with the words "John Doe" or "Jane Doe" and a row number. The expansive lot offers a stark contrast to the grassy, well-kept property at the front of the cemetery, where flowers and other mementos decorate the headstones that mark each grave.
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A FIGHT OVER ‘ALIENS’ / THE NEW YORK TIMES
In 2014, Melissa Padilla, an immigrant from Mexico, was dismayed to find while doing research for a paper at Dartmouth College that all articles about undocumented students were archived under the heading “illegal aliens.” When she led a group of students to ask the college library to consider phasing out the term, they expected, at best, to make a statement at the campus. But their request triggered a political fight that has drawn in lawmakers engaged in the immigration debate. Dartmouth librarians told the students that indexing terms were set by the Library of Congress, but agreed to raise their concern with the American Library Association. In January, the association passed a resolution calling on the Library of Congress to drop the subject heading “illegal aliens” and replace it with “undocumented immigrants.”
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U.S. LATINO VOTER GROUP TO GET FREE AD SPACE ON TELEMUNDO BOXING PROGRAM / THE NEW YORK TIMES
A leading U.S. promoter of Latino boxing, All Star Boxing Inc, will give free television advertising space to Hispanic civic group Mi Familia Vota, which openly criticizes Donald Trump's anti-immigration stance, in an effort to encourage Latino Americans to vote in November's presidential election. The partnership will put the name and website of the group on signs in boxing ring corners and on T-shirts worn by the athletes on Spanish language network Telemundo's Boxeo Telemundo program, starting at the end of June, officials at both organizations told Reuters. The partnership will be announced on Tuesday. "Desperate times call for desperate measures,"
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MANY AUSTIN STUDENTS CAN IDENTIFY WITH ‘UNDOCUMENTED’ / MELISSA B. TABOADA / AUSTIN AMERICAN STATESMAN
Austin school district provided DREAM Act assistance to 5,053 students or former students in one year. School officials estimate several local unauthorized students graduate at the top of their class annually. Of the nearly 84,000 students in the Austin school district, there are 2,453 students who are immigrants. Crockett High School valedictorian Mayte Lara drew national attention this month with a single tweet in which she disclosed that she is “undocumented” and headed to the University of Texas with her tuition fully covered with scholarships and grants.
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MÁS DE 300 ARRESTADOS EN OPERATIVO DE INMIGRACIÓN / MARINA KLAUKE / VÍVELO HOY
Las autoridades federales arrestaron a 331 personas en seis estados del medio oeste, entre los que se incluyen Illinois e Indiana, como parte de un operativo contra inmigración ilegal en EEUU de quienes fueron convictos por crímenes y otros que violaron las leyes de inmigración, según un comunicado del Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas de Estados Unidos (ICE). El operativo, llevado a cabo por ICE y la Oficina de Operaciones de Detención y Deportación (ERO) tuvo un mes de duración y comenzó el pasado 9 de mayo y concluyó el lunes, según ICE. Según el comunicado, el operativo es el último esfuerzo de ICE de arrestar y deportar a inmigrantes convictos por delitos.
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Bandera de Canadá    MEDIOS EN CANADÁ / MEDIA IN CANADA

EVERY EXHIBITION IS AN ARGUMENT’: SCHOLARS ENVISION DREAM EXHIBITIONS THAT MAY ONE DAY EXIST / THE NATIONAL POST
Across the world this is the golden age of museums. Other cultural institutions come and go but the popularity of museums never stops growing. Every city in the world wants one, and if it has one already it wants to make it better by enlarging it and bringing the architecture up to date. The exhibitions that fill museums are another matter. Patrons often find them disappointing. They are judged old-fashioned, or too trendy. Or they are not “world class.” They tell us too much, or too little, about their subjects. These are among the reasons to welcome a ground-breaking book, Curatorial Dreams: Critics Imagine Exhibitions (McGill-Queen’s University Press)
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VISA LIFT FOR MEXICANS UNLIKELY TO COINCIDE WITH THREE AMIGOS SUMMIT / STEPHANIE LEVITZ / THE GLOBE AND MAIL
A plan for how Canada will meet a promise to lift visa requirements for Mexicans will be announced later this month when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hosts Mexico’s president as part of the Three Amigos summit. But multiple sources tell The Canadian Press negotiations are still underway on whether the plan will contain a fixed date to remove the visas as Canadian officials push to link it to the implementation of new border controls still in their infancy. “We shall see,” Immigration Minister John McCallum said when asked whether a deal will be reached by June 29.
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MORE REFUGEES BECAME CITIZENS OF CANADA THAN ANY OTHER COUNTRY LAST YEAR, UN SAYS / THE STAR
The United Nations’ refugee agency says one in every 113 people around the world is either an asylum-seeker, internally displaced or a refugee. The agency says by the end of last year, 65.3 million people had been forcibly displaced from their homes, nearly twice the population of Canada. The number easily set a new postwar record, as the UN agency warned that European and other rich nations can expect the tide to continue if root causes aren’t addressed. “If these 65.3 million persons were a nation, they would make up the 21st largest in the world,” the agency said. But few of those displaced find new permanent homes around the world.
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    NOTICIAS EN OTRAS REGIONES DEL MUNDO

UN OFFICIAL CRITICAL OF HUNGARY PLAN TO SHUT REFUGEE CENTERS / PABLO GORONDI?/ THE WASHINGTON POST
Hungary’s plan to close its refugee reception centers will make it much more difficult for people granted asylum to integrate, forcing them to leave the country, the regional head of the U.N.’s refugee agency said Monday. Montserrat Feixas Vihe, the UNHCR representative in Central Europe, said conditions in the countries refugees are fleeing from have not improved but it is now much harder for them to seek protection in Europe.
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MASS DEPORTATION THREAT RAISES STAKES IN US-PAKISTAN SPAT / LOS ANGELES TIMES
More than three decades after fleeing Afghanistan, refugee Noor Said struggles to feed his family of eight on less than the $3 per day he earns weaving fabric in northwest Pakistan. Now he's got an even bigger worry: being forced back amid the worst border tensions in years. "I can't take my small children to a place where their lives are tougher and in danger, even if that is our motherland,"
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UN SAYS 65 MILLION PEOPLE DISPLACED IN 2015, A NEW RECORD / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Imagine the entire population of Britain uprooted: The U.N. refugee agency says just over that number — 65 million people — were displaced worldwide by the end of last year, easily setting a new postwar record, as it warned that European and other rich nations can expect the tide to continue if root causes aren’t addressed. In a year when more than a million people arrived on European shores, UNHCR
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THE LOCAL COSTS OF THE E.U. REFUGEE DEAL / DAVID LEPESKA / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Late spring has a prelapsarian sweetness in this small, breezy port. Jasmine and bougainvillea line the roads. The trees are heavy with ripe lemons and figs. In the main square, locals chat over coffee and honey-drenched fried dough. The town has 25,000 residents, and they all seem to know one another. The island, also called Chios, lies in the eastern part of the Aegean Sea. A few miles from Turkey, it’s a primary transit point for migrants hoping to reach Europe.
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INTERESANTE EVENTO CULTURAL MEXICANO EN LA CIUDAD DE MIURA ESTE 26 DE JUNIO / MAINICHI
Interesante evento cultural mexicano en la ciudad de Miura este 26 de junio. Se llevará a cabo un evento titulado “Miura a la mexicana” el 26 de este mes, en el que se podrán disfrutar tradiciones mexicanas como la lucha libre, así como bailes y música tradicionales. También habrá puestos de artesanías y un ambiente latino en el lugar.
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