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Número: 3285
Fecha: México, D. F. a 10 de enero de 2017

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

MÉXICO NO PAGARÁ MURO DE TRUMP Y PROTEGEREMOS REMESAS: VIDEGARAY / EL UNIVERSAL
México no pagará por un muro fronterizo que el presidente electo de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, prometió construir para frenar la migración ilegal, y defenderá las remesas, reiteró el secretario de Relaciones Exteriores, Luis Videgaray. "No hay manera de que eso ocurra (...) es un tema de dignidad y soberanía nacional", dijo el jefe de la diplomacia mexicana en entrevista en Televisa, reiterando la posición que el gobierno del presidente Enrique Peña ha mantenido desde que el magnate republicano anunció sus planes en su campaña electoral.
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VIDEGARAY RECONOCE ERRORES DURANTE VISITA DE DONALD TRUMP A MÉXICO / EL UNIVERSAL
El secretario de Relaciones Exteriores, Luis Videgaray Caso, reconoció que durante la visita de Donald Trump a México, cuando era candidato republicano a la presidencia de los Estados Unidos, hubo diversos errores. Dijo que invitar al republicano fue una decisión correcta pero ''cometimos errores, fue muy precipitada''. En entrevista con Carlos Loret de Mola para Despierta, el canciller dijo que sí volvería a invitar a Donald Trump a México, “pero de manera diferente. Cometimos errores muy importantes, pero en el fondo debíamos acercarnos”.
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LA ESTRATEGIA DE VIDEGARAY Y EL FACTOR JARED KUSHNER / EL UNIVERSAL
Luis Videgaray dio ayer una muestra del tono con el que entablará relaciones con Estados Unidos y que explica porqué el gobierno de Enrique Peña Nieto no ha reaccionado ante las amenazas de Donald Trump a automotrices como GM y Toyota. Según las declaraciones del flamante canciller, la relación con el nuevo gobierno de EU no será de confrontación. “Vamos a actuar con dignidad e inteligencia, abriendo las puertas al diálogo”, dijo al inaugurar la Reunión Anual de Embajadores y Cónsules Mexicanos.
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SE REÚNE TRUMP CON EJECUTIVOS DE TELEVISORA HISPANA / EL UNIVERSLA
Donald Trump se reunió hoy con dos altos ejecutivos de Univision a pesar de los choques que el futuro mandatario mantuvo con la cadena de televisión durante su campaña electoral. Trump habló con Randy Falco, presidente y director ejecutivo de Univision Communications y con Isaac Lee, director de noticias, entretenimiento y contenido digital de la empresa sobre “asuntos que enfrentan los hispanos y las diversas comunidades de los Estados Unidos”, señaló un comunicado de la televisora. La directiva de Univision dijo estar “deseosa” de trabajar con el gobierno de Trump.
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CRISIS DE INDOCUMENTADOS, PRIORIDAD DE PRÓXIMO FISCAL DE EU / LA JORNADA
El senador conservador Jeff Sessions, escogido por Donald Trump como próximo secretario de Justicia, se comprometió este martes a convertir en "su prioridad" la lucha contra el ingreso de indocumentados al país. "Vamos a enjuiciar a aquellos que repetidamente violan nuestras fronteras. Será mi prioridad enfrentar estas crisis de manera vigorosa, efectiva e inmediata", indicó. El senador republicano dijo que de resultar confirmado Secretario de Justicia no objetaría ponerle fin al alivio migratorio que protege de la deportación a casi 800 mil inmigrantes traídos a Estados Unidos sin autorización cuando eran niños.
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TOP MEXICAN OFFICIAL WARNS OF A ‘NEW ERA IN RELATIONS’ WITH THE U.S. UNDER TRUMP / JOSHUA PARTLOW / THE WASHINGTON POST
Mexico’s new foreign minister rallied his diplomatic troops on Monday, promising to pursue dialogue with Donald Trump’s administration but warning that the Republican’s policies could affect the “destiny of future generations” of Mexicans. Using some of the most dramatic language in years by a senior official about an incoming U.S. president, Luis Videgaray said that Mexico was “entering a new era in relations with the United States,” in which Trump represented many “unknowns.”
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MEXICANOS EN EEUU RECIBIRÁN ATENCIÓN SI VOTAN EN PRÓXIMOS COMICIOS DE SU PAÍS / TERRA
Los mexicanos que viven en Estados Unidos serán tomados en cuenta por las autoridades de México hasta que ejerzan su derecho al voto en las elecciones de su país, apuntó hoy el consejero del Instituto Nacional Electoral (INE), Enrique Andrade. Andrade, quien preside la comisión temporal del voto de los mexicanos en el extranjero, dijo que la atención de las autoridades de este país llegará cuando se den cuenta que hay "un buen número" de ciudadanos que pueden votar en el exterior.
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HOMELAND SECURITY PICK FACES QUESTIONS ON WALL, IMMIGRATION / ALICIA A. CALDWELL / THE WASHINGTON POST
Senators are expected to use Tuesday’s confirmation hearing for John Kelly, Donald Trump’s choice to head the Homeland Security Department, to raise questions about the president-elect’s plans to build a border wall and take other steps to boost immigration security. The confirmation of Kelly, a retired Marine general, is almost assured, but members of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee will likely use the hearing to debate the tough immigration and border security policies (...)
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JEFF SESSIONS SAYS HE WOULD SUPPORT RESCINDING OBAMA PROGRAM DEFERRING DEPORTATION FOR DREAMERS / DEL QUENTIN WILBER / LOS ANGELES TIMES
If confirmed as attorney general, Sen. Jeff Sessions said he would have "no objection" to the president rescinding a program that deferred deportation for hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the country illegally as children. "It is very questionable constitutionally," Sessions testified at his Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. President Obama in 2012 created a program that has given temporary work permits to so-called Dreamers —
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OPPONENTS OF LEGAL IMMIGRATION HOPE THEIR TIES TO JEFF SESSIONS WILL INFLUENCE TRUMP / JOSEPH TANFANI / LOS ANGELES TIMES
When federal prosecutors came to San Diego for conferences in the 1980s, the U.S. attorney there, Peter Nuñez, would invite them to the border to survey the chaotic conditions. “No fences, few lights, no cameras. Thousands of illegal aliens coming across the border,” he recalled last week. One person who went along, he said, was Jeff Sessions, then U.S. attorney for the southern district of Alabama. The two men bonded over a shared belief that too many people were immigrating to America — whether they jumped the border or entered legally.
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CONGRESISTAS REPUBLICANOS PRESENTAN PROYECTOS DE LEY CONTRA CIUDADES Y ESCUELAS “SANTUARIO” / PILAR MARRERO / LA OPINIÓN
A pocos días de que Donald J. Trump ascienda a la presidencia de los Estados Unidos, varios congresistas republicanos presentaron medidas para castigar a ciudades, escuelas y universidades que protejan a los inmigrantes, quitándoles fondos federales. Las medidas no son nuevas, algunos, como Lou Barletta de Pennsylvania, llevan 5 años presentando el mismo proyecto. La diferencia es que ahora el Congreso es más republicano –al menos la Cámara-
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DEMOCRATS TO CHALLENGE SESSIONS ON IMMIGRATION, CIVIL RIGHTS / MARY CLARE JALONICK / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Senate Democrats will challenge President-elect Donald Trump's pick for attorney general, Sen. Jeff Sessions, when he appears before the Senate Judiciary Committee over his hard-line stand on immigration, past record on civil rights and whether he supports community policing. The Alabama lawmaker is known as one of the most staunchly conservative members of the Senate, and has already drawn opposition from at least two Democrats,
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AMERICA’S IMMIGRATION COURTS ARE A DIORAMA OF DYSFUNCTION / THE WASHINGTON POST
THE UNITED STATES’ immigration courts are a diorama of dysfunction, staggering under a crushing caseload. The backlog, which has doubled in the past six years, now exceeds half a million cases ; thousands more are added each month. Immigration judges, who number just 300, schedule hearings two or three years in the future, or even more in some venues. Their workloads, on average more than 700 cases annually, are twice what federal district court judges face.
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HISPANIC HERITAGE FOUNDATION HONORS WESTSIDE SENIOR / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Westside High School senior Andrea Zavala received a gold award from The Hispanic Heritage Foundation. She is one of 21 award recipients at the Houston regional Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards ceremony on Nov. 17. As the gold medalist in the engineering category, sponsored by ExxonMobil, Zavala was awarded a $3,000 scholarship to support her plans to pursue a degree in chemical engineering at Stanford University, University of California at Berkeley or University of Southern California.
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BORDER PATROL OFFICERS RESCUE 44 PEOPLE FROM 'STASH HOUSE' / DARLA GUILLEN / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Multiple Border Patrol sectors combined to rescue 44 undocumented immigrants from a Donna, Texas stash house on Jan. 3. Laredo Sector and Rio Grande Valley Sector officers collaborated with Hidalgo County Constable's Office Pct. 1 to obtain a search warrant after receiving a tip. The smuggler was arrested for transporting the immigrants, who were from Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, and has been referred for prosecution.
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Bandera de Canadá    MEDIOS EN CANADÁ / MEDIA IN CANADA

HUSBAND’S DEATH LEADS TO WIDOW’S IMMIGRATION SNAFU / NICHOLAS KEUNG / THE STAR
Yulia Shifrin was thrilled when her parents received their immigration visa to join her in Canada from Israel after a five-year wait. The elderly couple was given six months to move to Canada but Alim Shifrin, a family doctor, was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and was too sick to travel, leaving his wife, Sofia, in limbo as a “dependant” applicant. When the family asked immigration officials to extend their immigration visa and replace the wife as the principal applicant,
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CAPTAIN OF TAMIL MIGRANT SHIP SAYS HE ONLY WANTED TO BE A PASSENGER / SUNNY DHILLON / THE GLOBE AND MAIL
The man who captained a Tamil migrant vessel that arrived in Canada six-plus years ago says he paid $15,000 to board and was only supposed to be a passenger. Lesly Emmanuel, Kunarobinson Christhurajah, Nadarajah Mahendran and Thampeernayagam Rajaratnam have each been charged under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act with organizing the voyage of the MV Sun Sea, which docked in British Columbia in August, 2010,
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