Síntesis informativa - 14 de julio 2020

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Why We’re Losing the Battle With Covid-19

The escalating crisis in Texas shows how the chronic underfunding of public health has put America on track for the worst coronavirus response in the developed world.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/14/magazine/covid-19-public-health-texas.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

 

Stocks Fall as Earnings Season Begins

JPMorgan Chase on Tuesday revealed that it had earned $4.7 billion during the months of April, May and June, just under half of what it earned during the same period a year ago, as it diverted billions of dollars to a reserve fund in order to prepare for a potential economic shock.

https://www.nytimes.com/live/2020/07/14/business/stock-market-updates-coronavirus?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

 

A Racial Awakening in France, Where Race Is a Taboo Topic

With an eye on the United States, children of immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean are bringing race into the public discourse, in a perceived challenge to France’s universalism.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/14/world/europe/france-racism-universalism.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

 

G.A.O.: Trump Boosts Deregulation by Undervaluing Cost of Climate Change

WASHINGTON — A federal report expected to be released Tuesday found the Trump administration set a rock-bottom price on the damages done by greenhouse gas emissions, enabling the government to justify the costs of repealing or weakening dozens of climate change regulations.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/14/climate/trump-climate-change-carbon-cost.html?action=click&module=News&pgtype=Homepage

 

Coronavirus Outbreak at U.S. Bases in Japan Roils an Uneasy Relationship

The Marines reported 94 new cases on Okinawa, an island that had seen just 148 other infections. Local officials say the military is not doing enough.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/13/world/asia/coronavirus-military-okinawa.html

 

Caught in ‘Ideological Spiral,’ U.S. and China Drift Toward Cold War

In a matter of weeks, the Trump administration has imposed sanctions over punitive policies in Hong Kong and China’s western region of Xinjiang. It took new measures to suffocate Chinese innovation by cutting it off from American technology and pushing allies to look elsewhere. Then, on Monday, it tore up China’s claims in the South China Sea, setting the stage for sharper confrontation.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/14/world/asia/cold-war-china-us.html

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RUSSIA TODAY

UK decides to ban Huawei from its 5G, tech giant to be excluded from network by 2027

British telecoms companies will be banned from buying Huawei 5G components starting from the end of this year, the UK media secretary said. The firms also must get rid of all of their Huawei gear by 2027.

https://www.rt.com/uk/494696-uk-to-ban-huawei-5g/

 

Beijing slams ‘troublemaker’ US for undermining peace in South China Sea, denies allegations of creating ‘maritime empire’

China has hit back at US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who accused it of wanting to create an “empire” in the South China Sea. Washington only disrupts peace in the region, Beijing said.

https://www.rt.com/news/494689-china-us-maritime-tensions/

Eastern Libyan parliament calls for Egypt ‘to directly intervene’ in conflict

Libya’s eastern-based parliament has asked Egypt to directly intervene in the country’s civil war to counter Turkish support for the internationally recognized Government of National Accord (GNA).

https://www.rt.com/newsline/494695-libya-parliament-egypt-intervene/

 

Joint Russian-Turkish patrol hit by militant bomb in Syria, servicemen injured

Three Russian troops and several Turkish soldiers have been injured in Syria’s Idlib governorate, the Russian military has said. They were hit by a roadside bomb while conducting a joint patrol.

https://www.rt.com/news/494682-russian-turkish-patrol-bomb/

 

Captured Syrian militants tell media they are US-trained, sent to spy on Russian, Iranian & Syrian facilities

Three gunmen caught by the Syrian Army have told Russian media they were part of a US-backed militant group and had been sent on a spying mission in the Raqqa governorate.

https://www.rt.com/news/494675-us-backed-militants-syria/

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AL JAZEERA

Japan accuses China of pushing territorial claims during pandemic

Japan's annual defence review has accused China of pushing its territorial claims under the cover of the coronavirus pandemic and claims Beijing is spreading propaganda and disinformation as it provides medical aid to nations fighting COVID-19.

China "is continuing to attempt to alter the status quo in the East China Sea and the South China Sea," Japan said in the defence white paper approved by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government on Tuesday.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/japan-accuses-china-pushing-territorial-claims-pandemic-200714015837495.html 

 

US rejects China's claims in South China Sea drawing Beijing ire

The United States on Monday rejected China's territorial claims in the South China Sea, drawing an angry response from Beijing, which claimed Washington was trying to inflame tensions in the disputed waters.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the there was no legal basis for China's claims on the sea and it accused Beijing of using intimindatory tactics against other claimant states.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/moves-block-chinese-claims-south-china-sea-200713191231562.html

 

Turkey: Ceasefire in Libya now would not benefit GNA

Turkey has dismissed prospects of any ceasefire in Libya saying a deal incorporating the conflict's existing front lines would not benefit the internationally recognised Government of National Accord (GNA).

Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said the coastal city of Sirte and al-Jufra airbase need to be turned over to the GNA before it agrees to a ceasefire.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/turkey-ceasefire-libya-benefit-gna-200713204628362.html  

 

'Great concern' as new Ebola outbreak grows in western DR Congo

Ebola is spreading in the western Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), with nearly 50 known cases across a large region bordering the Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.

Mike Ryan, the WHO's top emergencies expert, said on Monday that 48 cases had been confirmed in DRC's Equateur province since authorities announced a new outbreak there on June 1.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/07/concern-ebola-outbreak-grows-western-dr-congo-200714034610314.html

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GLOBAL TIMES

Strategy to suppress China is turning US into a loner

Washington has adopted a strategy to comprehensively suppress China since President Donald Trump took office in 2017. In addition to the trade war and a crackdown on China's technological companies, the US has also warned federal pension funds against investing in Chinese companies. 

Eli Lake in his Bloomberg View column Thursday claimed that, "The US is trying to turn China into the next Iran." 

The US is trying its utmost to tie its allies into Washington's chariot. In many cases, it is coercing allies to obey its will. 

Instead of turning China into the next Iran, the US is turning itself into a loner. 

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1194298.shtml

 

HK to prepare for spike in youths in correctional facilities: dept chief

The head of Hong Kong's Correctional Services Department (CSD) said a large number of young people are expected to be put into correctional institutions in the future, and the CSD will expand manpower and strengthen civic education for them

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1194372.shtml

 

Does Washington want a showdown in South China Sea?

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's Monday announcement of the US' formal rejection of China's claims in the South China Sea means that Washington is no longer pretending to remain neutral on territorial disputes in the waters. It signals the US has decided to take a clear-cut position and it wants a showdown with Beijing on the issue.

The US may also incite claimant countries to file lawsuits against China - just like how the Philippines raised the South China Sea arbitration matter. It is even possible for Washington to sell more advanced patrol vessels, fighter jets and naval surveillance equipment to boost the countries' strength, and encourage them to besiege China in multilateral occasions, such as ASEAN summits and the East Asia Summit. 

If the US launches military exercises in the waters, be it without arms or live-fire drills, it can expect the very same scale in return. The similar type of military exercises can be carried out by China to match it. If the US warships come within 12 nautical miles of Chinese soil in the name of freedom of navigation, China will not only issue warnings and send the Chinese navy to intercept them, but can also consider deploying more anti-ship weapons. If US fighter jets keep buzzing over the region, more air-defense missiles could be deployed. If the US carries out joint maritime drills with regional countries, so will China. 

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1194498.shtml

 

US hits new low with political strike against Chinese businesses

White House trade advisor Peter Navarro briefed the media on Sunday, asserting that US President Donald Trump will take "strong actions" against TikTok and other Chinese-owned social media apps. 

Navarro slung mud at Chinese social media apps, accusing them of engaging in "information warfare" against the US - which is another type of political stigmatization of Chinese businesses.

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1194408.shtml

 

Business model upgrade crucial for new jobs in H2

With continuously prudent efforts to contain the novel coronavirus and reboot the world's second-largest economy, China's economic growth in the second quarter, to be announced this week,  has seen increasingly favorable signs, and is expected to be a highlight in the world amid the pandemic.

The Chinese economy is at a crossroads, facing the choice of whether to seek a new, high-quality growth path or revisit its past growth ways. The real question lurking is how to introduce new technologies into traditional manufacturing and services so as to realize a business model upgrade that generate more jobs.
During the upgrading process to gear traditional services toward big data platforms or the Internet of Things, an abundance of new jobs to be created will meet the employment needs of many college graduates. 

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1194383.shtml

 

US arms control negotiating tactics aim at consolidating military superiority

Fu Cong, head of the Chinese Foreign Ministry's Department of Arms Control, said on July 8 that China would only be happy to participate in trilateral arms control negotiations with the US and Russia after the US cuts its nuclear arsenal to China's size. Despite this, the US did not give up and again invited China to talks on arms control on July 9. They distorted the message sent from the Chinese side by saying the US "welcomes China's commitment to engage in arms control negotiations… prudent next steps will need to include face-to-face meetings." 

Why is the US persisting unreasonably? Perhaps the US' real intention is not getting China in the talks — but getting the US out of them. 

The US has already withdrawn from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF). It announced to withdraw from the 1992 Open Skies Treaty. It decided to drop out of the Arms Trade Treaty, a 2013 pact that regulates the international trade of conventional arms. The New START treaty, set to expire in February 2021, will likely become the next deal the US turns its back on. 
To avoid being labeled as "killer of arms control deals," the US has tried hard to launch a war of words, confusing right and wrong, provoking ideological confrontation, and shaping a united front against China and Russia. 

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1194458.shtml

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LE MONDE

Pour les Etats-Unis, les revendications de Pékin en mer de Chine méridionale sont « illégales »

Le secrétaire d’Etat, Mike Pompeo, a réaffirmé l’opposition américaine à la mainmise chinoise sur des territoires maritimes contestés. Il y a quelques jours, deux porte-avions américains ont été dépêchés dans la zone.

Alors que les Etats-Unis s’abstenaient jusque-là de prendre position dans les différends territoriaux dans cette région, se contentant d’y affirmer la « liberté de navigation », le secrétaire d’Etat américain a explicitement pris parti pour les Etats riverains de la Chine. Ainsi, les récifs Mischief et Second Thomas Shoal « tombent sous la juridiction et les droits souverains des Philippines », conformément au jugement de 2016, estime-t-il.

https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2020/07/13/pour-les-etats-unis-les-revendications-de-pekin-en-mer-de-chine-meridionale-sont-illegales_6046109_3210.html

 

Emmanuel Macron souhaite une Europe plus forte en Méditerranée

Lors d’un discours aux armées à la veille de la fête nationale, le président français a appelé les Etats européens à davantage résister à « d’autres puissances » que sont la Turquie et la Russie, en Méditérannée.

Evoquant le « jeu de nouvelles puissances », il a affirmé que « l’Europe a à y redéfinir son rôle et sa place, sans naïveté et sans complaisance ». « La Méditerranée ne peut construire une paix durable sans nous, nous ne pouvons accepter que notre avenir soit construit par d’autres puissances », a-t-il ajouté. « Une véritable politique européenne pour la Méditerranée » est « une nécessité et une urgence ».

https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2020/07/13/emmanuel-macron-souhaite-une-europe-plus-forte-en-mediterranee_6046108_3210.html

 

Le Royaume-Uni va finalement exclure Huawei de son réseau 5G

L’achat de nouveaux équipements fabriqués par le groupe chinois sera interdit dès la fin 2020 et les existants devront être retirés d’ici à 2027.

Londres était soumis depuis des mois à de fortes pressions de l’administration Trump, qui accuse Huawei d’espionnage pour le compte de Pékin, ce que nie le groupe chinois. Selon Oliver Dowden, les sanctions américaines imposées en mai au géant chinois, destinées à couper l’accès de Huawei aux semi-conducteurs fabriqués avec des composants américains, ont pesé dans la décision britannique.

https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2020/07/14/le-royaume-uni-va-exclure-huawei-de-son-reseau-5g_6046156_3210.html

 

« Incompréhensible » : la Chine dénonce la limitation des vols aériens par la France

Paris a décidé de limiter à un seul vol hebdomadaire la desserte de son territoire par des compagnies aériennes chinoises au nom de la « réciprocité » vis-à-vis d’Air France.

Pékin est de facto inaccessible, car la Chine impose une escale sanitaire en province pour tout vol international à destination de sa capitale. Une restriction qui impose des coûts élevés et des conditions opérationnelles très difficiles à remplir pour les compagnies étrangères.

https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2020/07/14/incomprehensible-la-chine-denonce-la-limitation-des-vols-par-la-france_6046121_3210.html

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DEUTSCHE WELLE

Autorizan extradición a Estados Unidos de “testaferro de Maduro”

El Gobierno de Cabo Verde autorizó la extradición a EE. UU. de Álex Saab, acusado de ser testaferro de Nicolás Maduro. Baltazar Garzón apeló empero, la decisión del Ejecutivo caboverdiano.

https://m.dw.com/es/autorizan-extradici%C3%B3n-a-estados-unidos-de-testaferro-de-maduro/a-54170604

 

Timbuktu war crimes trial begins in The Hague

An alleged Islamist arrested in Mali, West Africa, in 2018 is on trial at the International Criminal Court. He is accused of orchestrating war crimes, including torture and rape, in the city of Timbuktu.

In 2012, a coalition of Islamic extremists occupied the ancient city of Timbuktu in the Saharan desert. They imposed a brutal regime, murdering and raping those they considered to be non-believers and destroying centuries-old holy sites that they saw as blasphemous.

https://m.dw.com/en/timbuktu-mali-war-crimes-trial/a-54164862

 

Republican Anti-Trump campaigner: Trump presidency 'an utter disaster

Tim Miller is a Republican campaign operative who has worked for leading Republican politicians. Now he's co-leading an organization to get party members to vote against Donald Trump. DW asked him about his motivation.

He has ruined our alliances with our allies overseas such as Germany, while cozying up to the most grotesque dictators in the world, from Kim Jong Un [in North Korea] to Erdogan [in Turkey], to Xi [in China], to Putin [in Russia]. These are his allies — the autocrats 

https://m.dw.com/en/republican-anti-trump-campaigner-trump-presidency-an-utter-disaster/a-54166663

 

Okinawa shocked at cluster of coronavirus cases on US military bases

Thirty-two coronavirus cases were confirmed at the US Marine Corps Air Station Futenma on Monday, bringing the total number of cases among troops at installations in the prefecture to 98.

The concern, however, is that many personnel from the bases celebrated US Independence Day on July 4 at bars, restaurants and on local beaches, bringing them into contact with local residents. 

https://m.dw.com/en/okinawa-shocked-at-cluster-of-coronavirus-cases-on-us-military-bases/a-54168481

 

UK bans Huawei gear from 5G networks

The British government has said the country's 5G network must be purged of Huawei equipment by 2027, and the purchase of Huawei 5G gear will be banned starting at the end of December 2020.

https://m.dw.com/en/uk-bans-huawei-gear-from-5g-networks/a-54171314

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EL PAÍS

China sanciona a la empresa de armas estadounidense Lockheed Martin por ventas a Taiwán

El anuncio llega horas después de que EE UU declare "ilegales" las reclamaciones de soberanía de Pekín en el mar del Sur de China

Lockheed Martin es una de las principales empresas beneficiarias de la venta que Washington aprobó la semana pasada, por la que Estados Unidos modernizará los misiles tierra-aire Patriot taiwaneses, en una operación por un monto de 620 millones de dólares.

Las fuerzas taiwanesas llevan a cabo esta semana sus maniobras anuales Han Kuang, en las que ensayan cómo repeler una posible invasión desde China.

https://elpais.com/internacional/2020-07-14/china-sanciona-a-la-empresa-de-armas-estadounidense-lockheed-martin-por-ventas-a-taiwan.html

 

La ONU advierte que el hambre puede afectar a 67 millones de latinoamericanos en 2030

Las proyecciones del informe ‘El estado de la seguridad alimentaria y la nutrición en el mundo 2020’ no consideran el impacto de la covid-19

https://elpais.com/sociedad/2020-07-14/la-onu-advierte-que-el-hambre-puede-afectar-a-67-millones-de-latinoamericanos-en-2030.html

 

Bogotá y Medellín vuelven a cuarentena estricta

En la capital de Colombia es un aislamiento por distritos. En ambas ciudades la decisión se toma por la alta ocupación de las unidades de cuidados intensivos dispuestas atender la covid-19

https://elpais.com/sociedad/2020-07-13/bogota-vuelve-a-una-cuarentena-estricta-por-distritos.html

 

Millonarios de todo el mundo piden más impuestos a los más ricos para salir de la crisis

No llenamos los estantes de los supermercados ni somos los que reparten comida puerta a puerta. Pero tenemos dinero, y mucho”. Así comienza la carta publicada este lunes, en el sitio web Millonarios por la Humanidad, por 83 millonarios de varios países, principalmente de EE UU, en la que solicitan la subida de impuestos a los más ricos “como ellos” para contribuir a la recuperación económica ante el daño que causará la pandemia.

entre ellos la heredera de The Walt Disney Company, Abigail Disney, el exdirector gerente de una de las firmas de inversión más grandes del mundo BlackRock , Morris Pearl, y el empresario danés-iraní Djaffar Shalchi.

https://elpais.com/economia/2020-07-13/millonarios-de-todo-el-mundo-piden-mas-impuestos-a-los-mas-ricos-para-salir-de-la-crisis.html

 

López Obrador visitará el México más violento entre reclamos por la falta de resultados en seguridad

El presidente se lanza a Guanajuato, Jalisco y Colima, tres Estados con altos índices de homicidios, con el afán de tranquilizar a la población

https://elpais.com/mexico/2020-07-14/lopez-obrador-visitara-el-mexico-mas-violento-entre-reclamos-por-la-falta-de-resultados-en-seguridad.html

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PÁGINA 12

Espionaje ilegal: según las autoridades de la AFI macrista, tenían permiso para espiar a CFK

La ex Señora 8 Silvia Majdalani argumentó que la Agencia Federal de Inteligencia (AFI) tenía autorización del juez Federico Villena para las operaciones de espionaje porque había informes de servicios de inteligencia extranjeros que adelantaban que podía haber atentados en la Argentina, en particular de una organización ecoterrorista llamada Individualistas Tendiente a lo Salvaje (ITS), un nombre que causa risa pero que, según se evaluó, ya había protagonizado ataques en Chile. Majdalani argumentó que la vigilancia al domicilio de Cristina Fernández de Kirchner y al Instituto Patria se hizo con el paraguas de la orden de Villena y que no era necesario avisarle ni a la ex mandataria ni a su custodia porque sólo era observación, no seguimiento. Toda la explicación parece endeble.

https://www.pagina12.com.ar/278337-espionaje-ilegal-segun-las-autoridades-de-la-afi-macrista-te

 

La ONU alerta sobre los efectos del coronavirus: desocupación, hambre y terrorismo

Naciones Unidas estima que a causa de la covid 19, el hambre aumentará de modo alarmante en el mundo, agregando un mínimo de 83 millones y un máximo de 132 millones, a los 690 millones de personas que ya padecían hambre en el mundo en 2019, según un informe difundido este lunes.

https://www.pagina12.com.ar/278260-la-onu-alerta-sobre-los-efectos-del-coronavirus-desocupacion

 

Colombia superó los 150 mil casos de coronavirus y Bogotá volvió a la cuarentena 

Colombia superó los 150 mil casos de coronavirus en momentos en que su capital, Bogotá, volvió a la cuarentena debido a un preocupante aumento de contagios. De acuerdo al último boletín del ministerio de Salud, se registraron 5.083 nuevos casos, lo que elevó la cifra total del país a 150.445. En tanto, ya son 5.307 las víctimas fatales. El lugar más crítico de las últimas 24 horas volvió a ser Bogotá, ciudad que confirmó 2.116 casos y que volvió desde el lunes a aplicar un confinamiento estricto y de manera escalonada en la mayoría de sus barrios.

https://www.pagina12.com.ar/278285-colombia-supero-los-150-mil-casos-de-coronavirus-y-bogota-vo

 

El virus ya infectó a siete funcionarios del régimen de Bolivia

La canciller y el ministro de Economía del gobierno de facto de Bolivia dieron positivo de coronavirus, y se suman así a una larga lista de funcionarios contagiados que incluye a la presidenta interina, Jeanine Añez. Bolivia registra hasta el momento 48.147 casos de coronavirus y 1.807 muertos. Frente a una crisis sanitaria, económica y política cada vez más severa, el malestar social también va en aumento y para este martes se espera una importante marcha convocada por la Central Obrera Boliviana (COB) y la Federación Sindical de Trabajadores Mineros (FSTMB).

https://www.pagina12.com.ar/278296-el-virus-ya-infecto-a-siete-funcionarios-del-regimen-de-boli

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EL TIEMPO

Excombatientes, desplazados por amenazas de grupos armados en Meta

20 excombatientes de las Farc que ocupaban la Nueva Área de Reincorporación (NAR) de El Diamante, en Uribe (Meta) tuvieron que salir desplazados por la falta de garantías de seguridad ante las amenazas que recibieron de grupos armados ilegales que habitan la zona.

A finales de 2017, casi cien personas salieron del Espacio Territorial de Capacitación y Reincorporación (ETCR) La variante (Tumaco) y llegaron a la vereda El Diamante, ubicada en Uribe (Meta). Allí trabajaron por más de dos años en su proceso de reincorporación político, social y económico.

https://www.eltiempo.com/politica/proceso-de-paz/excombatientes-desplazados-por-amenazas-de-grupos-armados-en-meta-517498

 

Trump lanza campaña de desprestigio contra el epidemiólogo Fauci

En medio de uno de los momentos más críticos en la lucha contra el coronavirus, la Casa Blanca ha optado por lanzar toda una campaña de desprestigio contra el epidemiólogo Anthony Fauci, director nacional del Instituto sobre Alergias y Enfermedades Infecciosas (Niaid) y, hasta ahora, una de las voces más respetadas en los esfuerzos por controlar el avance de la pandemia en Estados Unidos.

https://www.eltiempo.com/mundo/eeuu-y-canada/por-que-trump-empezo-una-campana-de-desprestigio-contra-anthony-fauci-517636

 

A. Latina, segunda región del mundo con más muertos por covid-19

Con 144.758 muertos declarados el 13 de julio, la región supera el saldo de Estados Unidos y Canadá (144.023 decesos acumulados), y se ubica detrás de Europa, que registra 202.505 muertos, según un recuento de la AFP.

https://www.eltiempo.com/mundo/latinoamerica/noticias-sobre-coronavirus-cuantos-contagios-y-fallecidos-hay-en-america-latina-por-el-covid-19-517410

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LA JORNADA

Gobernación: aún desaparecidas, 73 mil 201 personas

Ciudad de México. En México existe un registro histórico de 73 mil 201 personas que siguen en calidad de desaparecidas o no localizadas, de las cuales 71 mil 678 casos (97.9 por ciento) se han reportado de diciembre de 2006 (cuando empezó el gobierno de Felipe Calderón) hasta el mediodía de ayer.

https://www.jornada.com.mx/ultimas/politica/2020/07/14/gobernacion-aun-desaparecidas-73-mil-201-personas-286.html

 

Video muestra a Zerón interrogar a El Cepillo; SG: se tramita extradición

Un video filtrado a varias televisoras muestra al ex director de la Agencia de Investigación Criminal (AIC) Tomás Zerón de Lucio interrogar a Felipe Rodríguez Salgado, El Cepillo, integrante del grupo delictivo Guerreros Unidos involucrado en el caso de la desaparición de los 43 estudiantes de la Normal de Ayotzinapa.

https://www.jornada.com.mx/2020/07/14/politica/005n2pol

 

Existen 122 zonas forestales críticas por tala ilegal, pero no hay responsables detenidos

La organización de la delincuencia en las zonas forestales es de tal magnitud que, cuando el año pasado se hicieron operativos en contra de la tala ilegal, hubo filtración de la información, y no se encontró a los responsables. Ante esto, la autoridad administrativa resulta insuficiente y se requiere la fuerza pública para abatir este problema, advirtió Blanca Alicia Mendoza, titular de la Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente (Profepa).

https://www.jornada.com.mx/2020/07/14/politica/017n1pol

 

Trump ha mentido o engañado más de 20 mil veces

Nueva York. Donald Trump ha mentido o engañado más de 20 mil veces, rechaza la ciencia sobre la pandemia que amenaza la reelección del “mejor presidente jamás, tal vez con excepción de Lincoln”, o sea, él, y hasta Wall Street se está hartando.

El panorama electoral para Trump se va oscureciendo. Aunque falta una eternidad en términos electorales, 16 semanas, para las elecciones del 3 de noviembre, no hay indicadores de que ni la pandemia, ni la crisis económica, mejoren en un corto plazo. Según los sondeos y los analistas, está perdiendo en gran medida por su manejo de estas dos crisis.

https://www.jornada.com.mx/ultimas/mundo/2020/07/13/trump-ha-mentido-o-enganado-mas-de-20-mil-veces-9411.html

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