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Fecha: México, D. F. a 9 de septiembre de 2016

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

CONTEMPLA TRUMP ALIANZA FRONTERIZA / EL DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
De ganar la Casa Blanca en noviembre, Donald Trump contempla una alianza con el Presidente Enrique Peña Nieto para atacar la inseguridad fronteriza, aseguró uno de los asesores en política exterior del candidato republicano. En entrevista, el académico Walid Phares -uno de los cinco miembros del consejo asesor en política internacional- consideró que el encuentro de Trump con Peña en la Ciudad de México abrió una oportunidad para una nueva relación. "En lo que nos tenemos que enfocar como dos vecinos es en los estados mexicanos del norte. Hay una situación urbana muy peligrosa que está ocurriendo e incluso el Gobierno mexicano y los civiles están pagando el precio",
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REUNIÓ DONALD 5 MDD TRAS VISITA A MÉXICO / EL DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
La campaña del candidato republicano a la Presidencia de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, logró algo más que repuntar en las encuestas tras su visita a México. De acuerdo con un comunicado de la oficina de campaña del magnate, Trump reunió 5 millones de dólares tras su reunión en Los Pinos con el Presidente Enrique Peña Nieto y la presentación en Arizona de su plan de inmigración. El republicano y las comisiones de recaudación de fondos terminaron agosto con alrededor de 97 millones de dólares en efectivo, luego de juntar 90 millones de dólares en el mes. "El 31 de agosto, el día que Trump se reunió con el Presidente de México y presentó su plan de 10 puntos para reformar las leyes migratorias,
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DONALD TRUMP: UN CANDIDATO NAZI EN LA FRONTERA / ADOLFO GILLY / LA JORNADA
La invitación del Presidente de México al candidato presidencial estadunidense Donald Trump no fue error ni descuido. Es una iniciativa coherente de la política cada vez más acentuada de los gobiernos de México desde la firma del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN): abrir las puertas a las finanzas y a los aparatos militares y policiales en una alianza militar, financiera y comercial donde rigen, como es ley en las alianzas desiguales, la razón y la ley del más fuerte. Porfirio Díaz, quien nunca llegó a estos extremos, se revolvería en su tumba en París si pudiera ver adónde hemos llegado un siglo después de su partida de este mundo.
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Bandera de Estados Unidos de América  MEDIOS EN ESTADOS UNIDOS / MEDIA IN USA

US AMBASSADOR: TIES WITH MEXICO WILL SURVIVE 'ROUGH TIMES' / NEW YORK TIMES
The U.S. ambassador to Mexico, Roberta Jacobson, said Thursday that the two countries may go through some "rough times," but relations will get back on track. "There's no doubt that there are things being said in this election that are ugly, that are offensive to Mexicans and contrary to the reality," but "there's so much that is positive that's happened in the relationship that it survives even if it's tossed about a little bit," Jacobson said. "There may be rough times ahead for each country ... but in the end we get back to business," she added.
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INMIGRACIÓN, TEMA CLAVE EN ELECCIONES DE EEUU / ALICIA A. CALDWELL / EL NUEVO HERALD
DE QUÉ SE TRATA: Se calcula que unos 11 millones de personas viven, y a menudo trabajan, ilegalmente en los Estados Unidos. Qué hacer con ellas y cómo contener la llegada de más extranjeros sin permiso de residencia es un tema candente de la política estadounidense desde hace más de una década. Y ahora más que nunca. La inmigración ilegal es uno de los aspectos centrales de la campaña presidencial de Donald Trump, que le genera muchos adeptos y también muchas críticas y confusión acerca de lo que piensa hacer al respecto.
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MÉXICO COCINA REFORMA ANTITRUMP / GARDENIA MENDOZA / LA OPINIÓN
Una reforma se cocina en el Senado mexicano con la presentación de una iniciativa del legislador izquierdista Armando Ríos Piter quien busca responder con la misma agresividad con que el candidato republicano, Donald Trump, ha amenazado a México. Así, si Trump impone gravámenes o retiene remesas a los inmigrantes mexicanos en Estados Unidos para que paguen el muro, la ley mexicana podría retener o decomisar bienes a alrededor de un millón de ciudadanos estadounidenses que viven en México, entre otras sanciones.
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TRUMP’S TOUGH TALK ON IMMIGRATION PHONY / FROMA HARROP / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Donald Trump’s recent rant against all things Mexican followed hard upon his promise of a gentler approach toward most of the estimated 11 million immigrants here illegally. The political media continue to agonize over what Trump really wants, but isn’t it obvious by now? He wants confusion. One of his tricks is to say ordinary things paired with vulgar smears against Mexicans. That makes the ordinary things sound tough. Consider his “deportation task force” to deal with undocumented felons. Well, who’s not for sending criminals back?
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UNLIKE MOST GOP LAWMAKERS, TRUMP WOULD OFFER IMMIGRANTS LEGAL STATUS FOR MILITARY SERVICE / TODD J. GILLMAN / THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS
Donald Trump wants to deport millions of people who are in the country illegally. But he carved an exception this week at a forum focused on military issues -- a position that puts him at odds with conservative supporters in Congress. "When you serve in the armed forces, that's a very special situation, and I could see myself working that out, absolutely," he said at the forum Wednesday night. Three months ago, nearly all Texas Republicans joined an unsuccessful push to shut down the program that allows legal status in exchange for military service.
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ASIANS ARE NOW THE FASTEST-GROWING GROUP IN U.S. AS LATINO POPULATION SLIPS, STUDY FINDS / LOS ANGELES TIMES
The growth of the U.S. Latino population — once the nation's fastest growing — slowed considerably over the last seven years and slipped behind that of Asian Americans amid declining Hispanic immigration and birth rates, a study released Thursday found. The Pew Research Center study, which analyzed U.S. Census Bureau data, found that the U.S. Hispanic population grew annually on average by 2.8% between 2007 and 2014. That's down from the 4.4% annual growth from 2000 to 2007, before the Great Recession.
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DISMINUYE CRECIMIENTO DE POBLACIÓN LATINA EN EEUU, DICE INFORME PEW / MARIA PEÑA / LA RAZA
No hay una “invasión” de inmigrantes latinos, como temen sectores conservadores en EEUU, sino todo lo contrario: el crecimiento de la minoría más grande del país ha desacelerado desde la “Gran Recesión” de 2007, según un estudio divulgado este jueves. El informe del Centro de Investigación Pew deja en claro que los hispanos siguen siendo la minoría más grande de Estados Unidos, con un total de 57 millones en 2015, aunque desde 2007 han registrado una caída en su crecimiento poblacional.
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HISPANIC CHAMBER HOSTS FORUM TO OPPOSE PROPOSED MEXICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES TEXTBOOK / ALIA MALIK / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Speaking emotionally about the contributions of Mexican-Americans to the United States, about a dozen professors and activists gathered Thursday at the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to oppose a Mexican-American studies high school textbook that the State Board of Education will vote on in November. Marisa B. Perez, a Democratic board member whose district runs from the San Antonio area to the upper Rio Grande Valley,
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YOUNG VOTERS FROM NEWER IMMIGRANT FAMILIES LEAN MORE LIBERAL / KATHLEEN RONAYNE AND EMILY SWANSON / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Young Hispanic and Asian-Americans who are immigrants or have an immigrant parent are more likely to be liberal in their views on politics and immigration than those with families who have been in United States longer, a new GenForward poll shows. Eighty-seven percent of those age 18 to 30 who are immigrants or who have parents who are immigrants support allowing those who were brought to the United States illegally as children to stay legally, while 72 percent of those whose families have been in the U.S. longer agree.
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EX-NEW MEXICO HIGH COURT JUSTICE, MALDEF FOUNDER SOSA DIES / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Dan Sosa Jr., a former New Mexico Supreme Court justice and one of the founders of a national Hispanic civil rights organization, died Sunday at the age of 92. Sosa, who served on the state's high court from 1975 to 1991, died after a lengthy illness in the adobe house where he was born, the Las Cruces Sun-News reported (http://goo.gl/EdG9R7). It was a home built by his grandfather in the 1860s. "What other chief justice in the world can go back and live where he was born?" Sosa said in a 2006 interview with New Mexico State University's College of Business. New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts spokesman Barry Massey confirmed Sosa's death to The Associated Press on Wednesday.
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FACILITARÁN PERMISO HUMANITARIO Y REUNIFICACIÓN FAMILIAR PARA MIGRANTES VÍCTIMAS DE DELITOS / PILAR MARRERO / LA RAZA
Los emigrantes sin documentos que sean víctimas de la delincuencia en los Estados Unidos y califiquen para la visa U, podrán recibir permiso de entrada al país si se encuentran en el exterior al momento de solicitar ese beneficio o inmigrar a sus familiares directos si estos son los que se encuentran fuera. Actualmente, los emigrantes que terminan fuera del país tras ser víctimas de un delito en Estados Unidos, deben esperar uno o dos años hasta que haya un número de visa para poder regresar una vez que demuestran que califican para la llamada Visa U.
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EMIGRANTES DETENIDOS CON SUS MADRES ANUNCIAN HUELGA ESCOLAR SI NO LOS LIBERAN / PILAR MARRERO / LA RAZA
Adolescentes detenidos con sus madres en el centro de migrantes familiares en Berks, Pennsylvania, dijeron que comenzarán una huelga escolar a partir del 16 de septiembre dentro de la cárcel familiar, para apoyar a las madres del mismo centro que se encuentran ayunando o siguiendo huelgas de hambre en protesta por su prolongada detención. “Somos jovenes entre 12 y 16 años, somos adolescentes que estamos siendo privados de nuestra libertad, somos hijos y jóvenes con muchos sueños que cumplir”, dice uno de los jóvenes en unvideo publicado por DreamActivist,
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HOW US LAWS TRAP FOREIGN WORKERS ON HAWAII'S FISHING BOATS / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Though federal laws and rules don't mention Hawaii's fishing fleet by name, technicalities buried in immigration law, maritime regulations and agency rule books have combined to give it a rare distinction: In the Aloha State hundreds of foreign fishermen are stuck on their boats for years. The Magnuson-Stevens and Jones acts make up the basis for most U.S. fishing laws. Their premise is that citizens should benefit from the work,
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FOR IMMIGRANTS IN US, A SOCCER WORLD CUP OF THEIR OWN / LOS ANGELES TIMES
During Bawitha Tling's tumultuous journey fleeing war and forced labor under Myanmar's dictatorship — first to a Malaysian refugee camp, and eventually to Philadelphia — one of the few constants in his life was soccer. "We played every day in our country at school ... in recess time or after school," Tling said. "I came here, and play every day, every weekend. Soccer is my favorite way to relax myself, to escape depression." Tling, 18, now a business major at a community college,
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DON’T MISS THIS: LA FIESTA AT BOULDER COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS / JOHN WENZEL / THE DENVER POST
Saturday-Thursday. Organizers of the 15th annual La Fiesta at Boulder County Fairgrounds hope the multilingual event will foster understanding among immigrant and native-born communities, with diverse food trucks, drinks, live music and dancing. 7:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Sept. 10, 9595 Nelson Road in Longmont. $5-$25 via intercambio.org. Also next week: the fifth El Latir de México, a free concert that commemorates the 206th anniversary of the Independence of Mexico.
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ALFONSO CUARÓN SETS NEXT FILM IN 1970S MEXICO CITY/ NEW YORK TIMES
Oscar-winner Alfonso Cuarón is coming back to earth, and his home country, for his next film. The "Gravity" director's new project will take on a year in the life of a middle class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s. Participant Media announced the untitled film and collaboration Thursday. Cuarón said that the still-untitled film is close to his heart and that it will be his first to film in Mexico since his 2001 coming-of-age road trip movie "Y Tu Mamá También."
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Bandera de Canadá    MEDIOS EN CANADÁ / MEDIA IN CANADA

IMMIGRANTS SHOULD UNDERGO ENHANCED SCREENING, TORY LEADERSHIP CONTENDER CLEMENT SAYS/ GLOBAL MAIL
Conservative leadership candidate Tony Clement says he will propose enhanced immigration screening as part of his platform to protect Canadians from potential terrorists. The Ontario MP plans on pitching the idea, part of his national security plank, at a news conference in Ottawa next week. “We should be increasing screening to weed out people who have backgrounds that indicate that they have been involved in terrorist organizations or militant organizations that pose a threat to the country,” Mr. Clement told The Globe and Mail.
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LEITCH TRIES OUT ‘DOG-WHISTLE POLITICS’ WITH SURVEY ON IMMIGRANT SCREENING / GLOBAL MAIL
When it emerged that Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch had been surveying potential supporters to see if they want immigrants to be screened for “anti-Canadian values,” reporters couldn’t get her to comment. Then a day later, on Friday afternoon, Dr. Leitch issued a statement to say it was an idea she believed in strongly. It took 24 hours after the story broke for Dr. Leitch to decide that this is, in fact, a core principle. Presumably, that’s because Dr. Leitch didn’t yet have the results of her survey,
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KELLIE LEITCH'S TRUMPIAN IMMIGRATION PLAN COULD WORK FOR HER: WALKOM / TORONTO STAR
Kellie Leitch, an Ontario MP and would-be Conservative leader, is taking a hammering for suggesting only immigrants who accept Canadian values should be allowed into the country. Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose says it’s a bad idea. So does rival leadership candidate and Calgary MP Deepak Obhrai. Critics accuse the Collingwood physician of trying to whip up anti-Muslim sentiment. Ontario MP Michael Chong, who is also contesting the Conservative leadership, has called her proposal “the worst of dog-whistle politics.”
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TURKEY EASES EU FEARS ON MIGRANT DEAL / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Turkey's foreign minister has suggested that a landmark deal to stop migrants reaching the European Union can be salvaged despite disagreement on conditions for relaxing visa restrictions for Turkish citizens traveling to the bloc. Easing concern across Europe, Mevlut Cavusoglu told reporters during a joint news conference with top EU officials Friday that a "common understanding" had emerged and that a consensus could be reached. He said, however, that a "concrete road map" should be worked out to lift travel restrictions.
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A LA TRUMP, GB CONSTRUIRÁ UN MURO CONTRA MIGRANTES / EL FINANCIERO
No sólo el candidato republicano a la presidencia de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, sueña con muros. Veintisiete años después de la caída del Muro de Berlín, el gobierno de Gran Bretaña anunció que comenzará a erigir una muralla de cuatro metros de altura y un kilómetro de largo, en el puerto francés de Calais, para impedir que los migrantes crucen la frontera desde Francia. La construcción, que cuenta con el visto bueno del presidente francés, Francois Hollande, será financiada por el gobierno británico, según un acuerdo alcanzado en marzo,
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AUMENTA LA “DESAPARICIÓN” DE NIÑOS MIGRANTES Y REFUGIADOS EN ITALIA / EL SOL DE MÉXICO
Los datos son impresionantes en una situación ya de por sí dramática. Diariamente, 28 niños migrantes y refugiados no acompañados desaparecen en Italia a causa de un sistema de acogida y control de los menores inadecuado e ineficaz. Lo denuncia Oxfam, la confederación formada por 17 organizaciones no gubernamentales nacionales que realizan labores humanitarias en 90 países, en un informe titulado “Grandes esperanzas a la deriva”.
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THE LATEST: ROMANIAN POLICE FIND 8 MIGRANTS HIDDEN UNDER BUS / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
The Latest on the flow of migrants into Europe (all times local): 5:10 p.m. Romanian border police have detained two Romanians for alleged trafficking after they found eight people, including two children, hidden under a bus that was entering the country. Police said they carefully checked a small bus on Friday after a carpet and bits of cardboard fell from the bottom of the vehicle as it was crossing a bridge over the Danube river from Bulgaria into Romania.
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