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Ciudad de México a 30 de junio de 2017

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

MEXICAN CHOCOLATES WIN MEDALS IN INTERNATIONAL CHOCOLATE AWARDS / EL UNIVERSAL
The chocolate brands Ta.cho, which is a Mexican chocolate factory of Finca “El Paraíso,” Mucho Tapachula by Mucho, which is a collaboration with the Chocolate Museum (MUCHO), and Wolter with its Quetzalli bars from Tabasco, from Finca Hacienda de la Luz, Le Caméléon and La Rifa Chocolatería received silver and bronze medals under different categories in the International Chocolate Awards, a worldwide contest which revolves around cacao and chocolate, and evaluates the best products in the world.
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ARREMETE TEXAS VS LOS DREAMERS / EL DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
Defensores de los inmigrantes en El Paso y otras partes del país condenaron ayer la petición que hicieron el procurador general de Texas, Ken Paxton, y los procuradores de otros nueve estados al Gobierno federal para cancelar el programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA). Arremete Texas vs los Dreamers. Defensores de los inmigrantes en El Paso y otras partes del país condenaron ayer la petición que hicieron el procurador general de Texas, Ken Paxton, y los procuradores de otros nueve estados al Gobierno federal para cancelar el programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA).
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MEXICANOS SE REZAGAN AL SOLICITAR CIUDADANÍA / EL UNIVERSAL
Los inmigrantes mexicanos con capacidad de solicitar la ciudadanía estadounidense son los que menos lo hacen, algo que justifican por problemas con el inglés y cuestiones administrativas, indicó ayer un estudio del centro Pew. Un 67% de los inmigrantes regulares en Estados Unidos aptos para obtener la ciudadanía habían iniciado el proceso en 2015, lo que supone el porcentaje más alto desde 1990, según los últimos datos del Censo estadounidense compilados por el centro de estudios. Sin embargo, sólo 42% de los mexicanos,
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ESTOS SON LOS LINEAMIENTOS DEL VETO SOBRE VIAJES / EL DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
Se permiten hermanastros y medios hermanos, pero no sobrinos. Se aceptan yernos y nueras, pero no cuñados. Los padres, incluyendo los “de parentesco político” son considerados “familia cercana”, pero no así los abuelos. Este miércoles el Departamento de Estado emitió a las embajadas y consulados estadounidenses los nuevos lineamientos que se aplicarán al veto limitado en los viajes de visitantes extranjeros procedentes de seis países de mayoría musulmana, reveló The New York Times.
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EN EL REINO DE TRUMP, UN DÍA DE INSULTOS Y MEDIDAS CRUELES / DAVID BROOKS / LA JORNADA
El día empezó con insultos vulgares del presidente, siguió con la amenaza de anular el acceso a servicios médicos para millones de personas y concluyó con la aprobación de medidas punitivas contra migrantes. Otro día en el reino de Donald Trump. Los insultos de Trump contra dos periodistas fueron tan extremos que provocaron expresiones de reprobación no sólo de los medios, sino de gran parte de la cúpula política, incluso del propio partido del presidente. Esta mañana, Trump tuiteó que había escuchado que Joe Scarborough y Mika Brzezinski,
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SUFREN LOS MIGRANTES REVESES JUDICIALES EN EU / EL UNIVERSAL
Con advertencias sobre amenazas a la seguridad pública y a la seguridad nacional, la Cámara de Representantes aprobó ayer dos iniciativas de ley contra la inmigración irregular, una prioridad del presidente Donald Trump. Uno de los proyectos de ley privaría de fondos federales a las autoproclamadas “ciudades santuario” que protegen a sus residentes de las autoridades federales de inmigración, mientras que el otro endurece los castigos para las personas que reingresen irregularmente a Estados Unidos.
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CÁMARA BAJA ESTADUNIDENSE APRUEBA INICIATIVAS SOBRE INMIGRACIÓN / LA JORNADA
Con advertencias sobre amenazas a la seguridad pública y a la seguridad nacional, la Cámara de Representantes aprobó este jueves dos iniciativas de ley contra la inmigración ilegal, una prioridad del presidente Donald Trump. Uno de los proyectos de ley privaría de fondos federales a las autoproclamadas ciudades “santuario” que protegen a sus residentes de las autoridades federales de inmigración, mientras que el otro endurece los castigos para las personas que reingresen irregularmente a Estados Unidos.
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ENTRA EN VIGOR VERSIÓN PARCIAL DEL VETO MIGRATORIO / LA CRÓNICA
Entró ayer en vigor de forma parcial el veto migratorio decretado en marzo por el presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, luego de que la Corte Suprema del país lo permitiera este pasado lunes. El Supremo permitió a Trump negar la entrada a Estados Unidos a cualquier persona que no pueda probar que tiene un vínculo “genuino” con el país, es decir, que no tengan familia o que no tengan planes para trabajar o estudiar en el país. Sin embargo, el alto tribunal permite al gobierno marcar los límites de las directrices, es decir,
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ARRESTAN A 10 INDOCUMENTADOS EN DOÑA ANA / EL DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
Agentes federales arrestaron esta mañana a 10 inmigrantes indocumentados en el Condado de Doña Ana, en Nuevo México. Los hombres son acusados de violar las leyes federales de inmigración de acuerdo a registros del centro penitenciario del condado. Según los expedientes los diez arrestos ocurrieron alrededor de las 8 de la mañana y citan a la agencia U.S Marshals como la que estuvo a cargo del operativo. Sin embargo la representante de U.S Marshals en Las Cruces negó participación en las detenciones. Las edades de los arrestados oscilan entre los 25 y 49 años de edad.
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EU APRUEBA CÁRCEL PARA DEPORTADOS REINCIDENTES Y CASTIGO A SANTUARIOS / LA CRÓNICA
La mayoría republicana en la Cámara de Representantes otorga primera victoria al presidente Trump en su cruzada contra los inmigrantes indocumentados. La Cámara de Representantes de EU aprobó ayer dos proyectos de ley destinados a endurecer las medidas contra los inmigrantes indocumentados, una pequeña victoria para el presidente Donald Trump, quien había prometido tomar estas acciones durante su campaña, a falta de que sean aprobadas por el Senado. El primero de los textos, aprobado por 257 a favor y 167 en contra,
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BAY AREA POLITICAL EVENTS: IMMIGRANT STORIES, IMPEACHMENT MARCH / SARAH RAVANI / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Immigrant stories: Storytelling and discussion featuring five children’s books that highlight immigrant stories. The event is from 4 to 6 p.m. at Revolution Books, 2444 Durant Ave. in Berkeley. For information: www.revolutionbooks.org. Impeachment march: Nationwide marches will call for President Trump’s impeachment. The march in San Francisco begins at 1 p.m. along the Embarcadero and will head to Powell and Market streets. For information: http://bit.ly/2sYoEER. Peace talk: The East Bay and San Francisco branches of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom present historian, author and activist Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz to discuss the history of wars and gun violence and possible solutions.
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IMMIGRATION ADVOCATES GATHER AT O'HARE AS PARTIAL TRAVEL BAN TAKES EFFECT / MANYA BRACHEAR PASHMAN, TONY BRISCOE / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Lawyers and immigration advocates were again on hand at Chicago O'Hare International Airport on Thursday night when portions of President Donald Trump's travel ban went into effect. A small group of volunteers and attorneys set up shop at a table in O'Hare's international arrivals area, where they monitored incoming flights from the Middle East and a website set up for travelers and their families to submit complaints or concerns. "It all depends on how they enforce it," said volunteer Grant Talabay, who was at O'Hare in January when Trump's travel ban was first instituted before courts put it on hold. "As we've seen from the January travel ban, enforcement isn't always uniform."
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PASTORS IN TEXAS FIND NEW WAYS TO SERVE FEARFUL IMMIGRANTS / NOMAAN MERCHANT / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
On one of his recent visits to the home of an immigrant family, Julio Barquero asked everyone sitting in the living room to stand and join hands. They formed a circle, closed their eyes, and prayed. "Help us in the name of God," Barquero, a lay minister with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), said in Spanish. "And help the Latino community and the state of Texas." Barquero is among pastors serving Texas' estimated 1.5 million people living in the U.S. undocumented who are offering new programs and, in some cases, visiting families fearful of crackdowns on immigration. A new Texas law targeting so-called sanctuary cities comes just as immigration arrests have gone up dramatically in the state's biggest cities.
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RIZ AHMED AND OTHERS USE ‘HAMILTON’ VIDEO TO CRITIQUE TRUMP IMMIGRATION POLICY / THE WASHINGTON POST
If there were any doubts about how the “Hamilton” universe feels about Trump, they’re gone now. A new music video for “Immigrants (We Get the Job Done),” released Wednesday, takes the mix tape track and places it directly in the context of today’s immigration policy. Depictions of immigrants picking fruit and stitching American flags are interspersed with “America’s ghostwriters” being hunted down by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. The video, directed by Tomás Whitmore, runs just over six minutes and is the first to accompany a “Hamilton Mixtape” song.
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THE BILLS NOW GO TO THE SENATE / THE WASHINGTON POST
Trump, who often railed against undocumented immigration during his presidential campaign, hailed passage of the House bills and urged the Senate to act “save American lives.” Trump met at the White House this week with more than a dozen family members of those killed by people in the country undocumented. “Opposing these bills, and allowing dangerous criminals back into our communities, our schools and the neighborhoods where our children play, puts all of us at risk,” Trump said. One of the bills, known as “Kate’s Law,” would impose harsher prison sentences on deportees who re-enter the United States. The bill is named after 32-year old Kathryn Steinle, who was shot and killed in San Francisco in 2015 by a man who was in the country undocumentedly. Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez,
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IN IMMIGRATION DEBATE, EVEN TRUTH IS CONTROVERSIAL / RUBEN NAVARRETTE JR. / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
How absurd has the immigration debate become? This absurd: It is now considered controversial when people simply tell the truth. As when the acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement explains the cold reality that anyone in the United States without the proper legal documents “should be concerned” about being apprehended and deported. That’s blunt talk all right, but it also happens to be accurate. These people broke the law. Shouldn’t they be worried about being caught by law enforcement? This is the problem with the pro-immigrant left. Rather than confront the unpleasant fact that they condone lawbreaking,
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SAN FRANCISCO TO PAY $190,000 FOR SANCTUARY LAW VIOLATION, LAWYER SAYS / LOS ANGELES TIMES
A man from El Salvador in the U.S. undocumentedly who sued San Francisco after police turned him over to immigration authorities in violation of the city's sanctuary law is set to be awarded $190,000, his attorney said Thursday. Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno, 33, reached the settlement with the city attorney's office, said Saira Hussain, a staff attorney at the Asian Law Caucus who represented Figueroa-Zarceno. The agreement must be approved by the Board of Supervisors. “We have to ensure that each and every local law enforcement official is following those sanctuary policies and we are seeing in Mr. Figueroa's case that didn't happen,” Hussain said.
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ANTI-REFUGEE PUSH PUTS POLISH RULING PARTY IN DRIVER'S SEAT / MAREK STRZELECKI / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Poland's ruling party is doubling down on anti-immigrant rhetoric to shore up its grip on power. Law & Justice will meet Saturday almost two years after it came to power promising to return Poland to its Catholic roots and help the poor. Having dragged the party back to the top of opinion polls by shouting about danger from migration and terrorism, Chairman Jaroslaw Kaczynski will seek to consolidate that position by underlining the government's social generosity. Less than a week before Poland hosts U.S. President Donald Trump, government officials are driving the party's message home.
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HOUSE GOP BACKS BILLS TO CRACK DOWN ON UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRATION / MATTHEW DALY / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Warning of threats to public safety and national security, the Republican-led House on Thursday approved two bills to crack down on undocumented immigration, a key priority for President Donald Trump. One bill would strip federal dollars from self-proclaimed "sanctuary" cities that shield residents from federal immigration authorities, while a separate measure would stiffen punishments for people who re-enter the U.S. undocumentedly. The sanctuary measure was approved 228-195, while the bill to punish deportees was approved 257-167. Three Democrats joined all but seven Republicans to pass the sanctuary measure, while 24 Democrats backed the deportee bill. Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan was the only Republican who opposed the deportee bill.
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TRUMP'S AGGRESSIVE IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT IS OVERWHELMING AN ALREADY TAXED COURT SYSTEM / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Increased immigration enforcement has been one of the hallmarks of the Trump administration, with federal agents directed to seek the deportation of just about anyone they find in the country undocumentedly no matter how long the person might have lived here or how deep the ties to family and community. In the first 100 days after the president’s inauguration, immigration arrests climbed nearly 40% over the previous year, a pace that will almost certainly increase if Congress accedes to President Trump’s request to hire an additional 10,000 Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to be assigned to the nation’s interior, and another 5,000 Border Patrol agents to work within 100 miles of the border.
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INQUIETUDES AUTOUR DU DECRET MIGRATOIRE AMERICAIN / MARIE-LISE ROUSSEAU / LE DEVOIR
La version allégée du controversé décret anti-immigration du gouvernement américain, qui touche les citoyens de six pays à majorité musulmane, est finalement entrée en vigueur jeudi soir à 20 h, heure de Montréal. Bien que ses restrictions ne doivent pas s’appliquer aux Canadiens ayant la double citoyenneté ainsi qu’à ceux qui ont la résidence permanente, sa mise en application suscite de nombreuses questions chez les communautés concernées. Les citoyens d’Iran, de Libye, de Somalie, du Soudan, de Syrie et du Yémen se verront désormais refuser l’entrée au pays, à moins de prouver qu’ils ont une relation familiale ou d’affaires « valable » aux États-Unis.
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