Síntesis informativa - 8 de julio 2020

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Universities sue over the Trump administration’s plan to require in-person classes for foreign students.

Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology sued the Trump administration in federal court on Wednesday, seeking to block a directive that would strip foreign college students of their visas if their coursework was entirely online.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/08/world/coronavirus-updates.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

 

Puerto Rico, Still Reeling From Old Disasters, Is Slammed by Covid-19

The island has had to weather a hurricane, a political crisis and earthquakes, but those crises did not lead to the widespread unemployment caused by the response to the coronavirus pandemic.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/08/us/coronavirus-puerto-rico-economy-unemployment.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

 

Virus-Tracing Apps Are Rife With Problems. Governments Are Rushing to Fix Them.

As countries race to deploy coronavirus-tracking software, researchers are reporting privacy and security risks that could affect millions of people and undermine trust in public health efforts.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/08/technology/virus-tracing-apps-privacy.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

 

Erdogan Talks of Making Hagia Sophia a Mosque Again, to International Dismay

ISTANBUL — Since it was built in the sixth century, changing hands from empire to empire, Hagia Sophia has been a Byzantine cathedral, a mosque under the Ottomans and finally a museum, making it one of the world’s most potent symbols of Christian-Muslim rivalry and of Turkey’s more recent devotion to secularism.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/08/world/europe/erdogan-hagia-sophia-mosque.html?action=click&module=News&pgtype=Homepage

 

Mexico’s Leader Sought Harmony With Trump. He Got a Lopsided Relationship.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, visiting the White House Wednesday, has avoided fighting the Trump administration. Critics say he is too willing to bend to the American president’s will.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/08/world/americas/mexico-amlo-trump-meeting.html

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RUSSIA TODAY

Report finds UK enabled ‘unlawful’ Saudi-led naval blockade of Yemen, as London resumes arms sales to Riyadh

The United Kingdom has been providing naval training to members of the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen, skills which may have been used to impose a widely condemned embargo on the war-torn country, according to a new report.

https://www.rt.com/uk/494119-uk-saudi-embargo-yemen-training/

 

MASSIVE protests rock Serbian capital after new Covid-19 lockdown announcement (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Mounted police used teargas and truncheons to disperse a crowd of several thousand protesters gathered outside the Serbian parliament in Belgrade, opposed to the government’s announcement of a new coronavirus lockdown.

https://www.rt.com/news/494101-serbia-belgrade-lockdown-protest/

 

India detains S. Korean CEO plus 11 others over gas leak at LG Polymers 2 months ago

Indian police have arrested 12 LG Polymers officials, including its South Korean Chief Executive Sunkey Jeong. A gas leak at the company’s south Indian chemical plant two months ago killed 12 people.

https://www.rt.com/newsline/494118-india-korea-polymers-leak/

 

China threatens to impose reciprocal visa restrictions on US citizens over Tibet

Beijing said on Wednesday it will impose visa restrictions on US citizens who have engaged in “egregious” behavior over Tibet, in apparent retaliation against US curbs on Chinese officials.

https://www.rt.com/newsline/494133-china-visa-us-tibet/

 

Trump says THIRD meeting with Kim Jong-un would ‘probably’ be helpful, but Pyongyang is less enthusiastic

Donald Trump, who claims to have established a personal rapport with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has floated the idea of holding another face-to-face meeting. Pyongyang, however, said talking to the US is not on its agenda.

https://www.rt.com/news/494123-trump-kim-meeting-helpful/

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THE GUARDIAN

China blackmailing dissenters in US to return home – FBI chief

Chinese agents have been pursuing hundreds of Chinese nationals living in the US in an effort to force their return, as part of a global campaign against the country’s diaspora, known as Operation Fox Hunt, the FBI director has said.

In a speech about the security threat posed by China, during which he said Beijing’s counterintelligence work was “greatest long-term threat to our nation’s information and intellectual property and to our economic vitality”, Christopher Wray gave the example of one Fox Hunt target who was given a choice of going back to China or killing themselves.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/jul/07/china-christopher-wray-operation-fox-hunt

 

Russian space official accused of passing state secrets to west

Ivan Safronov was arrested on Tuesday morning by agents from the FSB, the successor agency of the KGB. He could face up to 20 years in prison.

“Safronov, on the orders of the secret services of a Nato country, collected and transmitted information classified as state secrets about military cooperation, defence and security of the Russian Federation,” said the FSB in a statement released to Russia’s Tass news agency.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jul/07/russian-space-official-accused-of-passing-state-secrets-to-west-ivan-safronov

 

Britain to resume sale of arms to Saudi Arabia despite Yemen fears

In a written statement, the trade secretary, Liz Truss, said sales would restart after an official review concluded there had been only “isolated incidents” of airstrikes in Yemen that breached humanitarian law.

Truss said that the undertaking given by the government after the court defeat last June “falls away”. The government had agreed not to grant any new licences to export arms or military equipment to Saudi Arabia for possible use in Yemen.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jul/07/britain-to-resume-sale-of-arms-to-saudi-arabia-despite-yemen-fears

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AL JAZEERA

Egypt, France, Germany and Jordan warn Israel over annexation

The foreign ministers of Egypt, France, Germany and Jordan have urged Israel to abandon plans for annexing settlements in the occupied West Bank, warning such action could have "consequences" for relations.

The government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had set July 1 as the date when it could begin to annex Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, as well as in the strategic Jordan Valley.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/egypt-france-germany-jordan-warn-israel-annexation-200707183806305.html 

 

FBI chief says China threatens families of overseas critics in US

FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday urged people born in China and living in the United States to contact the FBI if Beijing officials tried to force them to return to the country under a programme of coercion that he said is led by Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Wray issued the unusual appeal in an address to the Hudson Institute think-tank in which he reiterated US charges that China is using espionage, cyber theft, blackmail and all other means as part of a strategy to replace the US as the world's dominant superpower. 

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/fbi-chief-china-threatens-families-overseas-critics-200707204953764.html

 

Remains of massacred student teacher identified in Mexico

Mexican authorities said on Tuesday that they have identified the remains of a second of the 43 students who disappeared in September 2014.

Omar Gomez Trejo, head of the special unit of the Attorney General's Office charged with reinvestigating the case, said that new remains found in November were subjected to DNA analysis this year at the University of Innsbruck in Austria.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/remains-massacred-student-teacher-identified-mexico-200707220147431.html

 

UN alleges war crimes during Syria's Idlib offensive

War crimes and possible crimes against humanity were committed during the battle for Syria's opposition-held Idlib province, a UN investigation said on Tuesday.

The Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria said people endured "unfathomable suffering" during the campaign launched in late 2019 by pro-regime forces to retake the last remaining areas in the country held by armed groups.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/alleges-war-crimes-syria-idlib-offensive-200707194911993.html 

 

'Killing field': At least 180 bodies discovered in Burkina Faso

At least 180 bodies have been found in common graves in Djibo, a town in the north of Burkina Faso, Human Rights Watch (HRW), said in a report released on Wednesday, saying that the killings were probably carried out by government forces.

"Available evidence suggests government forces were involved in mass extrajudicial executions," HRW said. It called for the government to hold those responsible to account.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/field-180-bodies-discovered-burkina-faso-200708014141558.html

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GLOBAL TIMES

Huge gap between Chinese and US nuclear arsenals causes concerns

US officials have been making a lot of noises about China joining the US-Russia negotiation on nuclear arms reduction, but China has no interest in joining, given the huge gap between the nuclear arsenal of China and those of the US and Russia, and China has the need to improve its military capabilities, a senior Chinese diplomat said on Wednesday.

The US is developing weapons in space, has withdrawn from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, and has made it explicitly clear that it is planning to deploy land-based intermediate-range missiles in China's neighborhood and on its doorstep, Fu pointed out, noting that all these pose strategic threats to China's security, and people should not be surprised that China sees the need to improve its military capabilities.

The US has a huge nuclear arsenal, with about 5,800 warheads, about 20 times that of China's number, according to international think tanks such as the Federation of American Scientists and SIPRI.
It is also planning on increasing this huge gap by investing about $494 billion in the next 10 years and $1.2 trillion in the next 30 years to upgrade its nuclear arsenal, both the warheads and their delivery systems.

China's refusal to join the so-called trilateral negotiation does not mean that it is shying away from international nuclear disarmament efforts, and on the contrary, China is a strong advocate of nuclear disarmament in the UN and at the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1193892.shtml

 

US is destroying itself and world through erratic moves: Global Times editorial

Washington has almost destroyed the cooperation-centered major-power relations and is pushing the world back to confrontation between major powers

Now, the US is using its extreme geopolitical tools on China. It is making the ideological conflict with China more extreme, because it is the cheapest means to mobilize its allies against China. It supports all countries that have territorial disputes with China

It is not hard to imagine that if China and the US, together with all major powers, join hands and coordinate strategies, the COVID-19 pandemic could have been much less severe than it is now, and the global economy could resume in a more orderly manner.
The US policy that favors major-power confrontation will surely drag down global economic growth, which will force countries to consume their own resources. Coupled with the destructive impact of the pandemic, global economic prosperity after the Cold War is, perhaps, coming to an end. The world will lose huge employment. The global economy will become politicized, and the concept of national security would play a leading role in irrelevant sectors such as the economy.

Major countries would become more nervous, and the prosperity of small countries would become fragile. The US political elite behind such changes are bound to be shamed by history.

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1193803.shtml

 

India-US trade slump shows decoupling with China impractical

Trade between India and the US declined 61 percent year-on-year in May, recording the deepest drop among all US trading partners, according to a Forbes report. India has also surpassed Russia to become the country with the third highest number of infections globally. The US continues to top the list, approaching 3 million cases on Tuesday.

The nation is rushing to join the US' clique and decouple from China, wishfully aiming to receive industrial relocations from China. That is not a realistic campaign for India due to its insufficient infrastructure in terms of both software and hardware facilities

Indian officials reportedly claimed that India remains firm on its decision not to join the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) due to the recent border dispute with China, and the country has chosen to stay out of all free trade agreements involving China

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1193813.shtml

 

US tech companies should reveal how much user info they’ve provided to US & other govts: video

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1193831.shtml

 

Australian economy will have a bitter pill to swallow over possible HK immigration offer

Last week, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison claimed his government was "actively considering" an offer to provide a "safe haven" to Hong Kong citizens, according to media reports, which could escalate tensions between China and Australia even further.

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1193822.shtml

 

US makes unnecessary waves in South China Sea

The USS Ronald Reagan, the USS Nimitz, and their strike groups are holding the first dual-carrier drills in the South China Sea (SCS) since 2014. The Ronald Reagan carrier strike group, according to a statement from the US Navy's Seventh Fleet, "is the Navy's only forward-deployed strike group and one of America's most visible symbols of resolve." 

The US Navy was hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. But this didn't slow down its military operation in the SCS. Instead, it has further intensified its efforts to contain China with the SCS issue.

these actions are the biggest threat to peace and stability in the SCS — and the US is the largest and most evil backstage manipulator that is militarizing this tranquil region.

It is likely that the US has been secretly instigating and publicly supporting countries such as the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia to provoke China with reckless unilateral moves. 

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1193809.shtml

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LE MONDE

Au Mexique, la découverte des restes d’un des 43 disparus d’Ayotzinapa relance l’enquête

Ce rebondissement met à mal les investigations menées sous le mandat de l’ancien président mexicain, Enrique Peña Nieto.

Frédéric Saliba

Mais, pour l’heure, 40 étudiants sont toujours introuvables. D’autres énigmes restent en suspens. En tête, le rôle joué par l’armée alors que les soldats de la caserne d’Iguala, qui ne sont pas intervenus, savaient que les jeunes se faisaient attaquer par les policiers. « L’enquête suit son cours », a assuré, mardi, Omar Gomez, annonçant que l’institut d’Innsbruck analysera très bientôt d’autres restes humains découverts dans la région.

https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2020/07/08/au-mexique-les-restes-d-un-des-43-disparus-d-ayotzinapa-relancent-l-enquete_6045609_3210.html

 

« Qui a perdu la Turquie ? La question risque de se poser aux Européens »

Erdogan, le président turc, multiplie les actions expansionnistes et joue double jeu avec l’OTAN. La France s’interpose, mais n’entraîne pas grand monde, relève, dans, sa chronique, Sylvie Kauffmann, éditorialiste au « Monde ».

Aujourd’hui, elle ne trouve guère que huit pays au sein de l’OTAN, sur trente, pour la soutenir face à la Turquie. Pour les autres, le réalisme prévaut : entre les précieuses bases militaires qu’elle offre à l’OTAN et le levier des millions de réfugiés qu’elle peut laisser partir vers l’Europe à tout moment, la Turquie d’Erdogan garde des arguments imparables, à Washington et à Bruxelles.

https://www.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2020/07/08/qui-a-perdu-la-turquie-la-question-risque-de-se-poser-aux-europeens_6045599_3232.html

 

La Chine ouvre un « organe de sécurité nationale » à Hongkong

Après les manifestations monstres de 2019, Pékin a annoncé en juin une loi sur la sécurité nationale à Hongkong, perçue par l’opposition démocrate locale comme un moyen de la réduire au silence.

Le document stipulait qu’un organe de sécurité nationale serait institué et présidé par le chef de l’exécutif hongkongais. L’actuelle titulaire du poste, Carrie Lam, est dénoncée par ses adversaires comme étant une « marionnette de Pékin ».

https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2020/07/08/hongkong-la-chine-ouvre-un-organe-de-securite-nationale_6045538_3210.html

 

Les Etats-Unis lancent officiellement la procédure pour quitter l’OMS

Les Nations unies ont confirmé avoir reçu la lettre de retrait américain. La notification sera effective au terme d’un délai d’un an, ont précisé plusieurs responsables du gouvernement américain, plus gros contributeur de l’instance onusienne.

La notification sera effective au terme d’un délai d’un an, soit le 6 juillet 2021, ont précisé plusieurs responsables du gouvernement américain, plus gros contributeur de l’organisation onusienne. Elle a été envoyée au secrétaire général de l’Organisation des Nations unies (ONU), Antonio Guterres, « qui est le dépositaire pour l’OMS », ont-ils stipulé.

https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2020/07/07/washington-se-retire-officiellement-de-l-organisation-mondiale-de-la-sante_6045530_3210.html

 

Les usurpations d’identité pour entrer à l’université enflamment la Chine

En dépit de l’arsenal technologique (reconnaissance faciale, etc.) déployé, de plus en plus de jeunes Chinois parviennent à usurper l’identité de lauréats du Gaokao pour intégrer les bonnes grandes écoles.

Frédéric Lemaître

Le destin de plus de dix millions de jeunes Chinois se joue ces jours-ci. Avec environ un mois de retard pour cause de coronavirus, c’est ce mardi 7 juillet qu’ont débuté les épreuves du Gaokao, l’équivalent du baccalauréat, qui ouvre les portes de l’enseignement supérieur. Plus la note globale obtenue est élevée, plus l’étudiant pourra prétendre intégrer une bonne université. Voilà pour le principe.

https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2020/07/08/les-usurpations-d-identite-pour-entrer-a-l-universite-enflamment-la-chine_6045615_3210.html

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DEUTSCHE WELLE

África supera el medio millón de contagios, la mayoría en Sudáfrica

El continente africano superó este miércoles (08.07.2020) la barrera de los 500.000 casos de COVID-19, con Sudáfrica aunando más del 40% del total, mientras que la mortalidad se mantiene baja, con unos 12.000 fallecimientos en total.

https://m.dw.com/es/%C3%A1frica-supera-el-medio-mill%C3%B3n-de-contagios-la-mayor%C3%ADa-en-sud%C3%A1frica/a-54087541

 

Siete candidatos aspiran a dirigir la Organización Mundial de Comercio

Además de Seade, un egipcio, una nigeriana, un moldavo, una keniana, una surcoreana y un británico aspiran a suceder al brasileño Roberto Azevedo, que dimitió el pasado 14 de mayo, antes del final de su mandato alegando razones "familiares", lo que obligó a los 164 miembros a buscar un sucesor en tres meses en vez de en nueve. El nuevo director o directora afrontará los desafíos que supone la pandemia de COVID-19, pero también los de preparar la conferencia ministerial de 2021, sacar a la organización de su estancamiento y tratar de impulsar el diálogo con Estados Unidos.

https://m.dw.com/es/siete-candidatos-aspiran-a-dirigir-la-organizaci%C3%B3n-mundial-de-comercio/a-54086885

 

Casi 240 muertos en Etiopía en una semana de enfrentamientos

Al menos 239 personas murieron en manifestaciones y enfrentamientos entre comunidades la semana pasada en Etiopía, consecuencia de la muerte de un popular cantante de la etnia mayoritaria oromo, según un recuento basado en cifras de la policía hecho público este miércoles

https://m.dw.com/es/casi-240-muertos-en-etiop%C3%ADa-en-una-semana-de-enfrentamientos/a-54089090

 

Opositor venezolano acusa al Supremo de "robar" su partido

El opositor venezolano Leopoldo López acusó este martes (07.07.2020) al gobierno de Nicolás Maduro de tratar de robar su partido, Voluntad Popular (VP), a través de "traidores" que cuentan con el apoyo de "delincuentes con togas", aludiendo a la decisión del Tribunal Supremo de Justicia (TSJ) de suspender a la cúpula de esa organización

https://m.dw.com/es/opositor-venezolano-acusa-al-supremo-de-robar-su-partido/a-54085768

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EL PAÍS

La identificación de uno de los 43 estudiantes de Ayotzinapa tumba la versión histórica del PRI

La fiscalía halla restos de Christian Rodríguez cerca de Iguala, en un lugar que los responsables de la investigación durante el Gobierno de Peña Nieto descartaron

El fiscal Gómez ha explicado que el resto óseo identificado fue hallado en noviembre en un paraje conocido como barranca de la carnicería, que se encuentra a 800 metros del basurero de Cocula.

https://elpais.com/mexico/2020-07-07/la-identificacion-de-uno-de-los-43-estudiantes-de-ayotzinapa-tumba-la-version-historica-del-pri.html

 

Armas, cooperación y T-MEC: los temas con los que Trump y López Obrador evitarán hablar del muro

López Obrador pretende ceñirse al tratado durante su visita a Washington horas después de que Trump haya presumido del muro migratorio

El 70% de las armas decomisadas a los sicarios en México proviene de Estados Unidos. En 2018 se calculó que entre 213.000 y 230.000 armas de fuego entran ilegalmente al país

https://elpais.com/mexico/2020-07-07/armas-cooperacion-y-t-mec-los-temas-con-los-que-trump-y-lopez-obrador-evitaran-hablar-del-muro.html

 

Nuevas normas laborales y la amenaza arancelaria, los riesgos que enfrenta México con el T-MEC

El Gobierno de López Obrador se prepara para fuertes cambios en materia sindical y trata de mitigar las amenazas arancelarias de Trump

https://elpais.com/mexico/2020-07-08/nuevas-normas-laborales-y-la-amenaza-arancelaria-los-riesgos-que-enfrenta-mexico-con-el-t-mec.html

 

JULIA CARABIAS | AMBIENTALISTA MEXICANA

“Hay un interés legítimo por sacar a la gente de la pobreza, pero se distorsiona cuando se vende como programa verde”

La bióloga mexicana reflexiona sobre la conservación medioambiental, el Tren Maya y los recortes a las instituciones ambientalistas

Carabias, hija de republicanos españoles, se entusiasma al ver la fuerza de los jóvenes y se indigna cuando escucha hablar del Tren Maya o el brutal recorte que asfixia las oficinas de medio ambiente.

Es imprescindible un estudio de impacto ambiental, pero antes de comenzar las obras, no después. Querer cerrar el circuito en la península de Yucatán es una necedad porque requerirá construir ciudades pero, ¿qué rayos hacemos repitiendo el modelo fracasado de transportar a gente como en los años setenta?

¿Servirá el tren para impulsar el campo?

R. Son cultivos extensivos y son negocios de otro tipo que no tienen nada que ver con el desarrollo del sureste. No hay nada de diferente al modelo neoliberal que concentra la riqueza en pocas manos y donde el campesino termina siendo el empleado de estas empresas.

https://elpais.com/mexico/2020-07-07/hay-un-interes-legitimo-por-sacar-a-la-gente-de-la-pobreza-pero-se-distorsiona-cuando-se-vende-como-programa-verde.html

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PÁGINA 12

Bolsonaro con coronavirus, una incertidumbre más para Brasil

El examen de coronavirus que se realizó Jair Bolsonaro en el hospital de las Fuerzas Armadas de Brasil dio positivo. No sorprende. Sus antecedentes sobre la pandemia vienen de lejos. Cuando viajó a EE.UU, en marzo, y estuvo con Trump, la mayoría de las personas que lo acompañaron en el viaje, tuvieron el virus. Hasta Trump y su vicepresidente se hicieron tests, con temor de que se hubieran agarrado la enfermedad por estar en contacto con la delegación brasileña.

A partir de aquel momento se decía que el piso del Palacio del Planalto, donde está la oficina de Bolsonaro, se había vuelto un foco de propagación del virus. 

https://www.pagina12.com.ar/277036-bolsonaro-con-coronavirus-una-incertidumbre-mas-para-brasil

 

Jair Bolsonaro tiene "la gripecita"

Hay una fuerte dosis de ironía de la vida en la imagen del ultraderechista Jair Bolsonaro admitiendo que está infectado por covid-19 .

https://www.pagina12.com.ar/277136-jair-bolsonaro-tiene-la-gripecita

 

Renunció el vicepresidente de Ecuador

El vicepresidente de Ecuador Otto Sonnenholzner renunció al cargo cuando el país se prepara para las elecciones presidenciales de febrero próximo. De esta manera se convirtió en el tercer vicepresidente en dejar el gobierno de Lenín Moreno. La Asamblea Nacional deberá votar si acepta o no su decisión según lo estipula la Constitución ecuatoriana. Si bien Sonnenholzner no lo confirmó, todo hace prever que podría presentarse como candidato presidencial. El político abandonó el gobierno en un momento crítico para Ecuador, con una alta tasa alta contagio de la covid-19.

https://www.pagina12.com.ar/277079-renuncio-el-vicepresidente-de-ecuador

 

El EAAF identificó los restos de un desaparecido de Ayotzinapa

El Equipo Argentino de Antropología Forense (EAAF) informó que, gracias al trabajo en conjunto con la Fiscalía General de la República (FGR), se identificaron los restos óseos de Christian Alfonso Rodríguez, uno de los 43 estudiantes desaparecidos de Ayotzinapa entre la noche del 26 y la madrugada del 27 de septiembre de 2014. 

El prestigioso equipo de investigación argentino analizó el dictamen del laboratorio de genética de la Universidad de Medicina de Innsbruck, Austria, dado a conocer este martes por la FGR de México. Los resultados concuerdan con el análisis del EAAF sobre las muestras provenientes de restos recuperados en el municipio de Cocula, estado de Guerrero. El titular de la Unidad para el caso Ayotzinapa de la FGR, Omar Gómez Trejo, detalló que los restos fueron encontrados lejos del basurero donde, según la criticada "verdad histórica", habían sido quemados los jóvenes. Estudiante de la Escuela Normal Rural Raúl Isidro Burgos de Ayotzinapa, Rodríguez desapareció cuando tenía 19 años y cursaba primer año en esa casa de estudios. 

https://www.pagina12.com.ar/277111-el-eaaf-identifico-los-restos-de-un-desaparecido-de-ayotzina

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EL TIEMPO

El camino de espinas que puede ser la visita de López Obrador a Trump

Sobre el papel, la visita del presidente mexicano Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Amlo) a Washington para verse con Donald Trump este miércoles era apenas lógica. Hace una semana entró en vigor el nuevo tratado comercial que ambos países negociaron con Canadá (T-MEC) y era entendible una ceremonia con todas las arandelas.

https://www.eltiempo.com/mundo/eeuu-y-canada/por-que-se-reuniran-los-presidentes-donald-trump-y-andres-manuel-lopez-obrador-515216

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LA JORNADA

Identifican por el ADN a alumno de los 43 de Ayotzinapa

Ciudad de México. Hemos <roto el pacto de impunidad y de silencio que rodeaba el caso Ayotzinapa> y una nueva identificación <rompe con la narrativa de una mentira que cerró más posibilidades de buscar> y dar con el paradero de los 43 normalistas de Ayotzinapa desaparecidos desde 2014, afirmó el fiscal especial Omar Gómez Trejo, al anunciar que el análisis de ADN de uno de seis fragmentos óseos encontrados en la Barranca de la Carnicería, a 800 metros del basurero de Cocula, que fueron enviados a la Universidad de Innsbruck, pertenecen a Christian Alfonso Rodríguez Telumbre.

https://www.jornada.com.mx/ultimas/politica/2020/07/08/identifican-por-el-adn-a-alumno-de-los-43-de-ayotzinapa-5143.html

 

La identificación de los restos abre la posibilidad de alcanzar la verdad en el caso Ayotzinapa

El hallazgo de los restos de Christian Alfonso Rodríguez Telumbre, uno de los 43 normalistas de Ayotzinapa desaparecidos, es un parteaguas en la investigación del caso y reabre las esperanzas de que se llegue a la verdad sobre el paradero de las víctimas, además de recordar la necesidad de sancionar a los responsables de la agresión y de quienes no la investigaron correctamente, coincidieron organizaciones nacionales e internacionales cercanas al tema.

https://www.jornada.com.mx/2020/07/08/politica/004n1pol

 

Disparan paramilitares de Chenalhó contra tzotziles desplazados

Apenas desmanteló la Guardia Nacional las barricadas de los grupos civiles armados de corte paramilitar de Chenalhó, Chiapas, el pasado 31 de mayo, éstas volvieron, y también los balazos de parte de éstos contra las familias desplazadas de Aldama y Chalchihuitán, centenares de personas que viven en refugios y casas ajenas desde hace muchos meses.Localizadas en Santa Martha, y extendidas al vecino municipio de Aldama, eran entonces 65 barricadas. Algunas datan de muchos años.

https://www.jornada.com.mx/2020/07/08/politica/016n1pol

 

Inicia AMLO programa oficial en EU

Washington. En su primera visita a Washington, y en el inicio de su programa oficial, el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador visitó hoy el memorial a Abraham Lincoln y el monumento a Benito Juárez, en los que colocó sendas ofrendas florales.

https://www.jornada.com.mx/ultimas/politica/2020/07/08/inicia-amlo-programa-oficial-en-eu-1158.html

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