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Fecha: México, D. F. a 7 de noviembre de 2016

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UN MIGRANTE EN CADA HIJO TE DIO / SALVADOR GARCÍA SOTO / EL UNIVERSAL
La creencia y el mito popular de que “el futuro de México, se decide en Estados Unidos”, nunca como ahora tuvo tanto sentido. Del impredecible resultado en la muy cerrada disputa por la presidencia estadounidense —con toda la tensión e incertidumbre que rodean las votaciones de este martes— depende en buena medida el futuro de la economía mexicana y la agenda que marcará la relación política y diplomática con nuestro poderoso vecino y principal socio comercial.
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MEXICAN PRAYERS AHEAD OF U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION / EL UNIVERSAL
In the small southern market town of Molcaxac, 650 miles (1050 km) from the U.S. border, Alicia Villa is praying to God that Republican candidate Donald Trump does not become the next president of the United States. Over the past two decades, as Mexico's rural economy stalled, Molcaxac and hundreds of towns like it became dependent on dollars sent by relatives who made the perilous journey north, a lifeline she fears will be cut by a Trump White House.
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URUGUAYAN SHORT FILM ABOUT LATINOS VS DONALD TRUMP / EL UNIVERSAL
The Uruguayan production house Aparato released a short film called “M.A.M.O.N.” which shows the outrageous consequences of Donald Trump as president of the United States. In the satirical sci-fi film “M.A.M.O.N.”(Monitor Against Mexicans Over Nationwide) Latinos of all social classes and professions are deported from the United States when Trump is elected as the new president. Also, Trump builds the wall on the Mexican border and charges Mexicans for its construction.
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Bandera de Estados Unidos de América  MEDIOS EN ESTADOS UNIDOS / MEDIA IN USA

COLORADO IS POISED TO MAKE HISTORY WITH LATINAS IN CHARGE OF THE STATE LEGISLATURE / DAVID MONTERO / LOS ANGELES TIMES
In January, Lucia Guzman hopes to do what she’s done each of the last three times she’s been elected to the Colorado Senate. She’ll fly to Houston. She’ll drive a bit west to the Katy Magnolia Cemetery. She’ll walk to the two graves beneath the scrub oak tree where her parents are buried and will fill them in on the upcoming legislative session. She’ll be clutching a small trowel.
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DONALD TRUMP EMPHASIZES IMMIGRANTS' CRIMES AS CAMPAIGN NEARS FINISH / THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS
As Donald Trump races around the country in a final dash for votes, he is finishing his run for president the same way he started it, emphasizing violent crimes committed by immigrants in the U.S. illegally. In remarks to predominantly white audiences in Iowa, Colorado, Nevada and North Carolina over the weekend, Trump has described in graphic detail the murders of young Americans by Latino immigrants,
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HILLARY CLINTON ENDORSES DEMOCRAT EMILIO HUERTA IN CENTRAL VALLEY CONGRESSIONAL RACE / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton endorsed 21st Congressional District Democratic candidate Emilio Huerta Sunday. Huerta faces Rep. David Valadao (R-Hanford) in the Central Valley district, a major agricultural region with a population that is nearly 75% Latino. "I am proud to support Emilio Huerta for California’s 21st Congressional District.
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LATINO SUPPORT FOR CLINTON SET TO HIT RECORD HIGH FOR A PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE — AND FOR TRUMP, A NEW LOW / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Not only are Latino voters set for record turnout this election, but a new poll Sunday shows Latino support for Donald Trump may be lower than for any Republican presidential candidate in more than 30 years. Hillary Clinton has support from 76% of the Latino electorate, according to the Noticias Telemundo/Latino Decisions /NALEO Educational Fund poll. That's a higher level of support than President Obama won in both of his elections.
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MOTIVATED BY OPPOSITION TO TRUMP, HISPANICS ARE POISED FOR HISTORIC TURNOUT / ROBERT SAMUELS / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Five undocumented domestic workers, all named Maria, fanned out across Little Havana delivering a desperate, last-minute plea to Hispanic voters: We can't vote, but you can. Vote early to ensure a President Donald Trump does not deport us. In Hialeah, a traditional stronghold for Cuban-American Republicans, backers of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton drove a colorful,
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FEAR OF DONALD TRUMP HELPS DEMOCRATS MOBILIZE HISPANICS / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Donald J. Trump maligned undocumented immigrants as murderers and rapists. Hillary Clinton hired a woman who had lived undocumented for many years as her national director of Latino outreach. Clinton organizers rolled through the streets of Orlando, Fla., blasting reggaeton music from their cars, calling out to Puerto Rican residents to vote for the woman many of them know as “La Hillary.”
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JUMP IN FLORIDA, NEVADA EARLY VOTING COULD REAP LATINO GAINS FOR CLINTON / THE NEW YORK TIMES
The man answering a volunteer's knock on the door in the Kendall section of Miami-Dade County on Saturday was emphatic: Not only would he vote but “esperamos que la presidenta gane" - Spanish for "we hope Madam President wins." Volunteers across Florida made a last-minute push to get voters to the polls this weekend with early voting ending on Sunday ahead of Election Day on Tuesday, pitting Republican Donald Trump against Democrat Hillary Clinton, or "la presidenta,"
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ALONG THE U.S.- MEXICO BORDER FENCE / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Building a wall along the U.S.- Mexico border has been a contentious subject in this year’s U.S. presidential election. In parts of California and Arizona, a wall already exists. It runs across rocky deserts, flowing sand dunes and miles of agricultural land. The wall splits towns and families, marking a boundary between two countries that used to be one. Busy land ports of entry and signs written in both Spanish and English attest to an interdependence that still exists in the bifurcated cities,
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FORGET CLINTON’S E-MAILS. IT’S THE GROUND GAME THAT MATTERS / JOHN IBBITSON / THE GLOBAL AND MAIL
It’s safe to assume not a single precinct flipped for Hillary Clinton, after James Comey declared Sunday that the FBI hadn’t found anything incriminating in the latest batch of suspect e-mails. But that won’t matter. Donald Trump hoped to surf a wave of populist revolt to the White House. Instead, he’s being killed in the advance polls, proof that in this election, as in most others, ground game matters.
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    NOTICIAS EN OTRAS REGIONES DEL MUNDO

GERMANY BOOSTS AID TO U.N. IN AFRICA TO DETER EUROPE-BOUND MIGRATION
Germany on Monday pledged a 61-million-euro ($67.44 million) hike in funding for U.N. relief operations in Africa so that fewer of its people undertake perilous odysseys to Europe, which has struggled to absorb an influx of migrants since last year. The extra funding lifts Germany's total contribution to the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR to 298 million euros for 2016, Foreign Ministry officials said. Its total humanitarian budget for 2016 was 1.28 billion euros, up from just 105 million euros in 2012.
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STOCKHOLM HOTEL APOLOGIZES FOR HOSTING POPULIST POL GALA / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Stockholm's posh Grand Hotel has apologized for hosting an awards ceremony for right-wing, populist politicians in Europe, saying it never should have taken the booking. After a flood of protests on social media and cancelations by would-be guests, the 5-star hotel said in a statement Sunday that it should have broken the contract for the European Freedom Awards gala as soon as it realized the event would "cause strong reactions among our guests and our partners."
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