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Número: 3274
Fecha: México, D. F. a 25 de noviembre 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

DEMOS UNA OPOTUNIDAD A TRUMP: ACTIVISTA INDOCUMENTADO / VICTOR SANCHO / EL UNIVERSAL
El mexicano-estadounidense César Vargas, primer abogado indocumentado de Nueva York, lideró la “Caravana del Valor”, integrada por seis activistas por la defensa de los indocumentados en Estados Unidos. Ayer terminaron su travesía de dos días delante de la Casa Blanca, una marcha en la semana de Acción de Gracias para alzar la voz de los amenazados por el discurso antiinmigrante utilizado por el presidente electo Donald Trump.
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TRUMP NECESITA UNA AGENDA POSITIVA PARA LATINOAMÉRICA / ANDRÉS OPPENHAIMER / EL DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
Ya estamos viendo las primeras señales de que América Latina podría unirse en contra de Estados Unidos si el presidente electo Donald Trump sigue adelante con sus planes de construir un muro fronterizo, deportar a millones de indocumentados, desmantelar o renegociar acuerdos de libre comercio y revocar la normalización de EU con Cuba. La semana pasada, en un viaje a Chile, ya vi algunos indicios de que la reacción contra estos planes de Trump no vendría sólo de los demagogos antiestadounidenses que gobiernan en Venezuela,
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HIJOS DE INMIGRANTES PIDEN A OBAMA PERDÓN PARA 'DREAMERS' / EXCELSIOR
Hijos de inmigrantes pidieron al presidente Barack Obama otorgar un perdón para los más de 750 mil beneficiados de su Programa Ejecutivo de Acción Diferida y protegerlos así de la amenaza de deportación de Donald Trump. “Hoy tenemos a Trump tratando de separarnos entre el buen inmigrante y el mal inmigrante, y cuando vienen por uno, vienen por todos”, dijo Yesenia Nieto, al manifestarse frente a la Casa Blanca junto con otros jóvenes como ella nacidos en Estados Unidos, de padres inmigrantes.
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SEGÚN ENCUESTA, 55% DE ESTADOUNIDENSES SE OPONE AL MURO CON MÉXICO / EL SOL DE MÉXICO
Más de la mitad de los votantes estadounidenses rechazan la polémica propuesta del presidente electo, Donald Trump, de construir un muro en la frontera con México, según una encuesta divulgada hoy por Universidad de Quinnipiac. Un 55 % de los encuestados se mostró en contra de la medida, mientras que un 42 % se expresó a favor del muro, uno de los ejes de la campaña del magnate neoyorquino. En una reciente entrevista tras obtener la victoria electoral el pasado 8 de noviembre,
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CENTROAMERICANOS SE APURAN PARA LLEGAR A EU ANTES QUE TRUMP / EL FINANCIERO
Varios países de Centroamérica advirtieron que grandes grupos de migrantes están saliendo de sus territorios con la esperanza de llegar a Estados Unidos antes de que el magnate republicano Donald Trump asuma la presidencia en enero. La inesperada victoria de Trump, (...). Mientras las comunidades latinas en Estados Unidos temen las amenazas de Trump de expulsar a 3 millones de indocumentados; en El Salvador, Guatemala y Honduras muchos aceleran sus planes para viajar al norte, una tendencia al alza en los últimos años.
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INICIA TRÁMITE ELECTRÓNICO PARA IR A CANADÁ VÍA AÉREA / EL DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
La Embajada de Canadá en México anunció que los mexicanos que deseen viajar a ese país a partir del 1 de diciembre podrán solicitar desde la medianoche de hoy 25 de noviembre, la autorización electrónica de viaje (eTA), único requisito que se necesitará para poder entrar por avión a Canadá. En una sesión informativa hecha en la sede de la embajada, Olivier Jacques, representante de la Sección de Inmigración de la Embajada de Canadá, informó que a partir del 1 de diciembre los mexicanos que quieran viajar como turistas deberán tener una eTA antes de su vuelo.
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TRUMP’S MEXICAN WALL A BOON FOR ISRAELI SECURITY COMPANY / EL UNIVERSAL
The Israeli company that has built high-tech fences along the country's volatile borders is now trying to build a bridge to the Trump administration - hoping to use its experience to cash in on the president-elect's plan to seal the border with Mexico. Magal Security Systems has been a major player in building high-tech fences and walls along Israel's volatile northern and southern borders, as well as the massive separation barrier that snakes along the frontier with the West Bank. Its products include cameras,
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Bandera de Estados Unidos de América  MEDIOS EN ESTADOS UNIDOS / MEDIA IN USA

SEATTLE DIRECTING $250,000 TO NEEDS OF IMMIGRANT STUDENTS / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Seattle says it will spend $250,000 to help address the needs of undocumented immigrants enrolled in the city's public schools as well as their families. The decision was part of an executive order signed Thursday by Mayor Ed Murray. Murray says an "inclusive and equitable city cabinet," made up of representatives from city departments, will figure out how to spend the money. However, the order also reaffirms another longstanding practice: that except for police investigating felonies, city employees aren't allowed to inquire about immigration status.
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ICE SUSPENDE VUELOS DE REPATRIADOS A MÉXICO / GARDENIA MENDOZA / LA RAZA
Alrededor de 1,700 indocumentados dejarán de ser repatriados mensualmente vía aérea debido a la suspensión de vuelos por parte del Servicio deInmigración y Control de Aduanas de los Estados Unidos (ICE) que argumentó “falta de presupuesto” desde el pasado 10 de noviembre en medio de una tensa transición política que podría afectar el programa. El Programa de Repatriación al Interior de México (PRIM) opera desde 2012 con entre dos y tres vuelos semanales patrocinados por el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional de EEUU,
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EDITORIAL: IMMIGRATION BILLS ARE POINTLESS / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
A sanctuary-city bill is in the Texas Legislature's future, according to a list of legislative priorities by Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. We've been here before. It was divisive. It was ugly. Yes, immigration was a major issue in the just-concluded presidential campaign. It was ugly there, too. Let it stay at that level. If the federal government has a beef with cities, let it roil the waters. President-elect Donald Trump has already promised actions on so-called sanctuary cities. That's another issue. But it means there is simply no need for state action.
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NEW MEXICO MAYOR BECOMES PUBLIC FACE OF US SANCTUARY CITIES / MORGAN LEE / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
The telegenic Hispanic mayor of the nation's oldest state capital has become a public face of "sanctuary cities" following Donald Trump's presidential victory. Javier Gonzales sat down with Fox and CNN anchors last week to denounce Trump's renewed vows to deport millions of immigrants and his campaign promises to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities that defy immigration authorities. Gonzales happened to be in New York for a conference on mental health care and scored a national media platform. Santa Fe isn't the typical U.S. sanctuary city.
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HERE'S HOW UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO ENROLL AT AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to deport millions of undocumented people, beginning on his first day in office. In response, students and faculty from 100 campuses around the United States have launched a campaign to demand that their universities become “sanctuaries” for undocumented students. About 30,000 undocumented students enroll in higher education each year. Of these, fewer than 2,000 will graduate. Many of these students face financial difficulties. In addition, they lack mentoring and support. We are sociologists at the University of California,
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SEATTLE DIRECTING $250,000 TO NEEDS OF IMMIGRANT STUDENTS / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Seattle says it will spend $250,000 to help address the needs of undocumented immigrants enrolled in the city's public schools as well as their families. The decision was part of an executive order signed Thursday by Mayor Ed Murray. Murray says an "inclusive and equitable city cabinet," made up of representatives from city departments, will figure out how to spend the money. However, the order also reaffirms another longstanding practice: that except for police investigating felonies, city employees aren't allowed to inquire about immigration status.
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Bandera de Canadá    MEDIOS EN CANADÁ / MEDIA IN CANADA

MORNEAU SAYS CANADA WILL PURSUE ‘COLLABORATIVE’ U.S. TIES DESPITE TRUMP’S PLEDGE TO SCRAP NAFTA / GORDON ISFELD / NATIONAL POST
Canada’s finance minister says the federal government will work in a “collaborative” manner with the incoming U.S. administration, which has pledged to scrap or heavily amend the North American Free Trade Agreement. Finance Minister Bill Morneau said the Liberals “look forward to working with the new administration in the United States.”
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EXPERTS URGE OTTAWA TO STRENGTHEN TIES WITH MEXICO / MICHELLE ZILIO / THE GLOBAL AND MAIL
Canada must continue to engage with Mexico if Donald Trump withdraws from the North American free-trade agreement and isolates the Latin American country, two leading experts in Canada-U.S. relations urge. Speaking to the Senate foreign-affairs committee Thursday, Laura Dawson, director of the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington,
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FOR UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS, THE TRUMP ERA IS ONE TO FEAR / JOANNA SLATER / THE GLOBAL AND MAIL
The day Donald Trump was elected, Simon Mendoza-Moreno was realizing a milestone in his own American dream. Brought to the United States as an infant from Mexico, Mr. Mendoza-Moreno was raised by parents who never completed elementary school. When he was eight, his father, a migrant worker, lost part of his arm in a farm accident. Mr. Mendoza-Moreno went with him to all of his doctor’s appointments and resolved to study medicine.
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HUNGARY'S ORBAN SAYS TRUMP INVITED HIM TO U.S. TO RESET TIES / ZOLTAN SIMON / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Hugary's prime minister said he'll no longer be considered a "black sheep" in the eyes of the U.S. after speaking with Donald Trump, who has invited him to visit Washington. In a phone conversation, the president-elect "made it clear he thinks highly of Hungary," Viktor Orban said in an interview published in the Vilaggazdasag business daily on Friday. President Barack Obama has shunned Orban during his two terms, having never held a bilateral meeting with the NATO ally leader and criticizing him for eroding.
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EU GETS TOUGH: BLOC TELLS UK BREXIT IS LOSE-LOSE SITUATION / JILL LAWLESS / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Since Britain voted to leave the European Union, U.K. officials have had one message: Brexit means Brexit. Now they have EU leaders' reply: And it's going to hurt. The prime minister of Malta, whose country is about to assume the EU presidency, is the latest leader to dash Britain's hopes of an easy divorce, signaling that the 27 other nations will drive a hard bargain. Joseph Muscat told the BBC that "there will not be a situation when the U.K. has a better deal than it has today."
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