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Número: 3235
Fecha: México, D. F. a 29 de septiembre de 2016

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

PREOCUPA A LA SRE AUMENTO DE NUEVOS FLUJOS MIGRATORIOS / EL UNIVERSAL
En la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE) existe preocupación por el aumento de nuevos flujos migratorios. Para enfrentar esta crisis trabaja una estrategia conjunta con otras entidades gubernamentales para definir las acciones a nivel interno e internacional que den solución al fenómeno que se vive en la región. La iniciativa, que recurrirá a instrumentos existentes y creará otros, comprende al menos cuatro puntos con los que se pretende generar una migración legal, segura y ordenada.
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IÑÁRRITU WORKS ON VIRTUAL REALITY SHORT FILM ABOUT IMMIGRATION / EL UNIVERSAL
After four years of development, Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu has started working on an experimental virtual reality short film about immigration. According to Variety, the short fill will be produced and financed by Legendary Entertainment and Fondazione Prada. ILMxLAB, Lucasfilm’s recently established division, will build the virtual world and characters.
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ROGER WATERS, CONTRA EL MURO DE TRUMP / ARIEL LEÓN / EL UNIVERSAL
El concierto que esta noche dio Roger Waters ante más de 58 mil personas en la Ciudad de México tuvo nombre y apellido, Donald Trump. Fiel a su estilo contestatario, el músico inglés quien llegó al escenario del Foro Sol alzó la voz por las injusticias en el país durante el primero de dos shows que ofrecerá en este recinto. Si bien se esperaba que durante su concierto Waters hablara de Trump, cuando llegó el momento lo hizo y de una forma contundente,
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NOMBRAN A NINEL CONDE CIUDADANA DISTINGUIDA EN ISRAEL / EL UNIVERSAL
La cantante y actriz, Ninel Conde, recibió una pieza de arte labrada en plata, de manos del ministro de Cultura y Turismo de Israel, Tzvi Lotan, al ser considerada ciudadana distinguida, y fue invitada a conocer más de ese país de Oriente. "Gracias al Ministerio de Turismo israelí por esta invitación que ha cambiado mi vida y renovado mi fe, me siento bendecida en todas las formas", señaló Conde después de la invitación.
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ALICIA MACHADO, CARTA FUERTE DE HILLARY CONTRA TRUMP / LA JORNADA
Hace 21 fue coronada Miss Venezuela y un año después, en 1996, Miss Universo. En la noche del lunes, se convirtió en una pesadilla para Donald Trump cuando Hillary Clinton invocó su nombre el primer debate electoral entre los dos candidatos. La venezolana vivió en sus tiempos de reina de la belleza un episodio negro con Trump que 20 años después se volvió en contra del candidato republicano sobre el escenario de la universidad neoyorquina de Hofstra, en Long Island. (…) "Este es un hombre que ha llamado a las mujeres cerdas, prostitutas y perras.
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ESTOY MUY ORGULLOSA DE MIS RAÍCES: EIZA GONZÁLEZ / EL UNIVERSAL
En una entrevista para “Variety”, la actriz mexicana Eiza González declaró que está muy orgullosa de sus raíces y habló de su trabajo en Hollywood, que incluye la serie “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” y la cinta “Baby Driver”, junto a Jon Hamm. “Estoy muy orgullosa de mis raíces y siempre quiero representar a mi país y a mi gente de la mejor manera. Trato de ser la mejor persona que puedo y trabajo en mi arte para ser mejor cada día”, aseguró.
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Bandera de Estados Unidos de América  MEDIOS EN ESTADOS UNIDOS / MEDIA IN USA

WHAT DOES IMMIGRATION ACTUALLY COST US? / THOMAS B. EDSAL / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Last week, as soon as the National Academy of Sciences issued “The Economic and Fiscal Consequences of Immigration,” its 509-page report, interest groups on the left and right immediately claimed vindication. “National Academy of Sciences Study Confirms Immigrants Benefit America,” America’s Voice, a liberal advocacy group, declared from the pro-immigration side.
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TRUMP-CLINTON RACE CAUSING TENSION AMONG U.S. EXPATS, LOCALS IN MEXICAN TOWN / ALASDAIR BAVERSTOCK / FOX NEWS LATINO
The tourist town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico has a growing population of American expatriots. The locals and expats have enjoyed relatively smooth, though sometimes rocky, relations since the Americans, now 14,000 strong, began coming over decades ago. But the presidential race north of the border is threatening to further fracture relations between the two groups.
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IN MEXICO, THEY WERE HOPING CLINTON WOULD DO BETTER / PATRICK J. MCDONNELL AND CECILIA SANCHEZ / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Trump has attracted widespread hostility in Mexico for his threats to deport immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally, and to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. In the wake of Monday night’s presidential debate, some analysts here were disappointed that Clinton did not do better. “Clinton wins the debate; the key question is if this first debate stops the momentum of Trump,” Arturo Sarukan, a former Mexican ambassador in Washington, said on Twitter.
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AMID IMMIGRATION DEBATE, NEW BORDER CHIEF SEEKS TO TURN AROUND BELEAGUERED FORCÉ / LISA REIN / THE WASHINGTON POST
The man who would be in charge of guarding a wall with Mexico if Donald Trump is elected president isn’t so sure the strategy would keep undocumented immigrants out. Instead, Mark Morgan — the first outsider to lead the 21,ooo uniformed agents who make up the U.S. Border Patrol — has had another priority in the three months he’s been on the job: changing the agency’s culture.
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MEXICAN IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS ATTACKED TO FREE MIGRANTS / THE WASHINGTON POST
Mexican immigration officials say five gunmen on motorcycles brazenly attacked a government vehicle transporting 25 immigrants and a suspected human trafficker, helping the smuggler and migrants to escape. A Tuesday statement from Mexico’s National Immigration Institute says agents had detained the migrants from unspecified countries as well as their smuggler after a brief chase in the southern state of Oaxaca on Monday.
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WHY SO MANY AMERICANS OPPOSE IMMIGRATION / CASS R. SUNSTEIN / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Why do so many Americans oppose immigration, and why has it become a central issue in the presidential campaign? A growing body of research suggests that the answer isn't economic anxiety, or concerns about public spending, or even general nationalism. It is more specific — and more disturbing. The question of what drives anti-immigrant sentiment is put in sharp relief by an extensive report released last week by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
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STATE / FEDERAL COMPUTER GLITCHES DELAY IMMIGRANT DRIVERS LICENSES / TOM MCGHEE / DENVER POST
Many immigrants hoping to get Colorado driver’s licenses during the past three weeks were foiled when a Division of Motor Vehicles computer system was unable to check federal immigration records. The glitch, started with a three-day national outage on Sept. 12 of the Systematic Alien Verification and Entitlement systems, said Tauna Lockhart, a spokeswoman for the Governor’s Office of Information Technology.
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GREG BERLANTI IS DEVELOPING IMMIGRATION DRAMA ‘CASA’ AT THE CW / LINDA GE / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS – NEWS
The CW is set to tackle the hot-button issue of immigration in a new drama developed by Greg Berlanti. “Casa” will follow six siblings in a Hispanic family who have to band together to survive when their parents get unjustly deported. Writing partners Ed Gonzalez & Jeremy Haft wrote the project and will executive produce with Berlanti.
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FEARS FOR MEXICO'S ECONOMY GROW AS THE PESO NEARS THE 20 TO THE DOLLAR MARK / PATRICK J. MCDONNELL AND CECILIA SANCHEZ / LOS ANGELES TIMES
The battered Mexican peso has tumbled to historic new lows in recent days, nearing a psychological barrier of 20 pesos to the U.S. dollar and causing anxiety on the streets, at businesses and in the halls of government. Among other factors, many point to the recent rise in U.S. presidential polls of Donald Trump, the Republican nominee who has vowed to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and has been widely accused here of Mexico-bashing.
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CALIFORNIA VETA UNA LEY PARA PROHIBIR CENTROS PRIVADOS DE DETENCIÓN DE INMIGRANTES / LA OPINIÓN
El gobernador de California, Jerry Brown, vetó hoy una ley que prohibía que las ciudades y los condados contraten la operación de centros de detención de inmigrantes con empresas privadas con fines de lucro. En explicación del veto, Brown argumentó que el tema está siendo discutido a nivel federal y manifestó su preocupación por la información recibida sobre las condiciones de los detenidos y la falta de acceso a consejería, por eso pidió a las autoridades federales “actuar con rapidez”.
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Bandera de Canadá    MEDIOS EN CANADÁ / MEDIA IN CANADA

CANADA’S POPULATION NOW MORE THAN 36 MILLION AFTER REFUGEE INFLUX LAST YEAR / TORONTO STAR
Statistics Canada says a record number of immigrants arriving in the last year helped push the country’s population to an estimated 36,286,425 as of July 1. The agency says the country recorded an overall increase of 437,815 people, or 1.2 per cent, during the 2015-16 year. Such an increase in absolute numbers hasn’t been seen since 1988-89. The overall rise was driven by the arrival of 320,932 immigrants.
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THAILAND CRACKS DOWN ON MIGRANT WORKERS AS ANTI-IMMIGRATION FEELINGS RISE / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Thailand is cracking down on migrant workers from neighbouring countries, saying they are "stealing jobs from Thais", amid fears that anti-immigrant sentiment is rising as Southeast Asia's second-largest economy stagnates. In an operation led by the Thai labour department, police and troops on Wednesday raided a fresh produce market in Bangkok and arrested 14 people, most of them from neighbouring Myanmar.
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