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 03/06/2017 - 16:09

Los nuevos cambios en la ley de prohibición de viaje de Trump parecen no cambiar en lo absoluto su misión inicial.

El Presidente Donald J. Trump será recordado como uno de los presidentes estadounidenses que más se esforzaron en cumplir su palabra.

Tras la oposición que recibió la Ley de Prohibición de Viaje inicial que introdujo la nueva administración – suspendiendo el ingreso a los Estados Unidos a ciudadanos provenientes de siete países de mayoría musulmana – la promesa de aprobar una versión revisada no se hizo esperar.

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Monday, March 6, 2017 - 4:05pm
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El fiscal general, Jeff Sessions (c), el secretario de Seguridad Nacional, John Kelly (d) y el secretario de Estado de EEUU, Rex Tillerson (i), a su llegada a una rueda de prensa en la Sala de Prensa de la Oficina de Aduanas y Protección Fronteriza en Washington, DC hoy 6 de marzo de 2017. Rex Tillerson dijo hoy que el nuevo veto migratorio recién firmado por el presidente Donald Trump es "vital" para la seguridad del país, y pidió a sus aliados en todo el mundo que "entiendan" que se trata de un esfuerzo "temporal" para reforzar los controles migratorios. EFE/Michael Reynolds

Why Cocaine Production and Consumption Spikes in South America

 03/06/2017 - 05:11
Four Guyanese citizens were arrested in an operation that seized 4.2 tons of cocaine valued at $ 125 million in a vessel north of Suriname, the San Juan Coast Guard reported on February 16tg. The operation was carried out in the Atlantic Ocean, when a boat of the American Drug Agency detected the 70 feet length fishing vessel, registered in the island of San Vicente, loading the drug. San Juan Coast Guard captain Francisco Rego said this is the largest seizure in the Atlantic Ocean since 1999. EFE / DEA 
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According to a recent United Nations report on Narcotics, South America continues to lead global cocaine production and consumption. But the situation is expected to improve thanks to the peace process in Colombia, reported El País.

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Four Guyanese citizens were arrested in an operation that seized 4.2 tons of cocaine valued at $ 125 million in a vessel north of Suriname, the San Juan Coast Guard reported on February 16tg. The operation was carried out in the Atlantic Ocean, when a boat of the American Drug Agency detected the 70 feet length fishing vessel, registered in the island of San Vicente, loading the drug. San Juan Coast Guard captain Francisco Rego said this is the largest seizure in the Atlantic Ocean since 1999. EFE / DEA 

Is there a "right" way to deport people?

 03/06/2017 - 04:49
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The Economist compares two different approaches to illegal inmigration and deportations. While Germany’s approach is sensible. America’s is not, says the British magazine.

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Rose Marie Ascencio, wife of José Escobar, deported this week to El Salvador after being detained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement during her annual meeting, shows family portraits with her two children on Saturday, March 4, 2017, during a vigil in Houston, Texas. EFE/ Alicia L. Pérez

A Guatemalan Mum and Son, hidden in a sanctuary church for more than one year

 03/06/2017 - 04:23
An undocumented Guatemalan migrant mother and her son have been calling an Austin, Texas, church "home" for more than a year. Hilda Ramirez says they were fleeing the danger of their country and were caught by immigration authorities as they illegally crossed the border at Texas in 2014.EFE/Alex Segura
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In Austin, Texas, an undocumented Guatemalan migrant mother and her son that have been living in a local church for more than a year. Hilda Ramirez says they were fleeing the danger of their country and were caught by immigration authorities as they illegally crossed the border at Texas in 2014. After they were released from a holding facility, the pair took sanctuary in an Austin church eleven months ago, hoping to avoid deportation back into danger at home.

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An undocumented Guatemalan migrant mother and her son have been calling an Austin, Texas, church "home" for more than a year. Hilda Ramirez says they were fleeing the danger of their country and were caught by immigration authorities as they illegally crossed the border at Texas in 2014.EFE/Alex Segura

Trump only has $20 million to build $21 billion US-Mexico border wall

 03/03/2017 - 05:06
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Document seen by Reuters reveals US government lacks funds to fulfill Trump’s campaign promise

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Friday, March 3, 2017 - 4:58am
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The photo, taken on March 2, 2017, shows Mexican deputy Braulio Guerra climbed to the top of the border fence in the city of Tijuana (Mexico). Guerra, of the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), rose to the fence that divides Mexico and the United States to prove that it is "absurd" that President Donald Trump intends to prolong the wall with the purpose of stopping illegal migration. EFE / ARCHIVE BRAULIO GUERRA / ONLY EDITORIAL USE / NOT SALES

'Defy Trump' says local groups

 03/02/2017 - 21:44
Mijente and Juntos host 'Defy Trump" rally outside of City Hall

Today Juntos hosted a protest titled, "Defy Trump: Expand the Sanctuary," with Mijente.

The group stationed outside of City Hall with a message to the Mayor, City Council, and the city: a sanctuary city means a sanctuary for all. 

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Another Dreamer detained by Ice agents while in process of Daca status renewal

 03/02/2017 - 05:28
A demonstration in Austin, TX, against a law that pretends to end up with the status of Sanctuary cities in Texas. EFE/ALEX SEGURA
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Immigration officials arrested Daniela Vargas, whose father and brother are also in custody, after she delivered a speech for undocumented migrants’ rights

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Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 5:10am
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A demonstration in Austin, TX, against a law that pretends to end up with the status of Sanctuary cities in Texas. EFE/ALEX SEGURA

Raul Castro's Transition Year, under Threat

 03/01/2017 - 04:35
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The White House and a recession are threatening Raúl Castro’s last year. The veteran leader will be stepping aside in 2018, but uncertainty reigns in the current climate, reported El País.

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The economy if the island is unlikely to take off in 2017. Along with remittances from Cubans working abroad, tourism is the most dynamic sector. 
A women shows a tobacco cigarettes huddle during the XIX Tobacco Festival in Havana, Cuba, 27 February 2017. EPA/ERNESTO MASTRASCUSA

The US footballers crossing Mexico's border

 02/28/2017 - 04:55
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Despite President Donald Trump’s rhetoric about Mexicans crossing the border to the US, American soccer players such as Omar Gonzalez are heading south for new opportunities, more money and a better standard of football.

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017 - 4:33am
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Despite President Donald Trump’s rhetoric about Mexicans crossing the border to the US, American soccer players such as Omar Gonzalez are heading south for new opportunities, more money and a better standard of football. Photo: Commons/Wikimedia

"I could no longer work for an administration that saw me as a threat"

 02/24/2017 - 06:12
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The Atlantic gives voice to Rumana Ahmed, a Muslim woman who served on the National Security Council under Obama, and chose to leave the White House eight days into Trump’s presidency.

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Friday, February 24, 2017 - 6:00am
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The Atlantic tells the testimony of Rumana Ahmed, a Muslim woman who served on the National Security Council under Obama, and chose to leave the White House eight days into Trump’s presidency. EFE/Shawn Thew

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