Correo de Noticias al 12/6/07

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/12/index.php?section=politica&article=003n2pol

Nuestra decisión
no fue determinada ni influenciada por ninguna instancia: ministros

La Suprema Corte
de Justicia de la Nación (SCJN) desmintió ”categóricamente” que la decisión
adoptada en la ley Televisa haya sido ”determinada, influenciada o avalada
previo a su discusión pública, por cualquier instancia gubernamental”.

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/12/index.php?section=sociedad&article=040n1soc

Unas 3 mil
personas infectadas con VIH utilizan el fármaco en sus tratamientos

Retiran del
mercado mexicano el antirretroviral Nelfinavir

La firma Roche
pide a pacientes acudir con sus médicos y devolver el producto que conserven

ANGELES CRUZ
MARTINEZ

Laboratorios
Roche anunció ayer su decisión de retirar del mercado mexicano el medicamento
Nelfinavir, de nombre comercial Viracept, debido a que en algunos lotes se
encontraron "impurezas químicas" que podrían ocasionar efectos
adversos en la salud. La empresa pidió a los pacientes que acudan con sus
médicos con el fin de que les cambien los tratamientos.

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/12/index.php?section=mundo&article=027n1mun

Tribunal de EU
falla en contra de la detención indefinida de "combatientes enemigos"

El gobierno de
Bush, deteriorado; tiene apenas 32% de aprobación

Es acusado de
traicionar la base republicana al ampliar al extremo los poderes del Ejecutivo

Fracasa en el
Congreso voto simbólico de "no confianza" al procurador Alberto
Gonzales

DAVID BROOKS

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/12/index.php?section=mundo&article=030n2mun

La corte ordena
pago por más de 5 millones de dólares

Colombia debe
resarcir a familiares de víctimas de paramilitares: CIDH

REUTERS

Santafe de
Bogotá, 11 de junio. La Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CIDH) ordenó
a Colombia pagar indemnizaciones por más de 5 millones de dólares por una
matanza de funcionarios judiciales en 1989 a manos de paramilitares de
ultraderecha, informó este lunes un investigador del caso.

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/12/index.php?section=opinion&article=004o1pol

Astillero

Julio Hernández
López

Teatrito Colombia

Que EU
(¿co?)gobierne

El narcotráfico,
pretexto

Las tormentas de
Noaborto

El teatrito se
les ha caído antes de lo previsto a los malos guionistas de la compañía Calderón
de Labar Ca… Un legislador estadunidense ha revelado en reunión con mexicanos
que el gobierno de la Fe (en Lipe) ha andado de pedinche con el jefe George WC
para que haga el favor de aplicar en su patio trasero un plan similar al
Colombia, aunque tal vez sin presencia militar explícita. Revelado el secreto,
funcionarios labarquenses se han esmerado en negar que México esté perdiendo
soberanía y dignidad, pues nada más estamos por aceptar cientos de millones de
dólares, aviones, helicópteros, armamento, asesoría, capacitación, informes,
tecnología y "coordinación", pero sin que esté considerado, por el
momento, que físicamente se instalen en el país soldados estadunidenses. ¡Ah,
qué alivio!

 

http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/430804.html

Asesinan a
diputado del PRI en Monterrey

Atacan pistoleros
al legislador Mario César Ríos Gutiérrez cuando circulaba a bordo de su auto
por las calles Zaragoza y Ocampo, frente al Palacio Municipal

Asesinan a
diputado del PRI en Monterrey

El diputado Mario
César Ríos Gutiérrez, era legislador del PRI por el municipio de Cerralvo

Juan Cedillo /
Corresponsal

El Universal

Monterrey, NL

Martes 12 de
junio de 2007

 

http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/430767.html

Pierde IFE juicio
contra Cámara de Diputados

Desecha Corte,
después de una votación de 6 contra 5, el recurso que promovió el Instituto
Federal Electoral para poder modificar el presupuesto de los partidos políticos
para el presente año

 

http://www.proceso.com.mx/noticia.html?sec=0&nta=51468

Función Pública
elude aclarar el caso de los hijos de Marta Sahagún

de la redacción

México, D.F., 11
de junio (apro).- El secretario de la Función Pública, Germán Martínez Cázares,
hizo hoy alarde de su habilidad retórica para zafarse del acoso de la prensa.

 

http://www.proceso.com.mx/noticia.html?sec=0&nta=51477

Admite EU que
negocia con México paquete de ayuda antinarco

j. jesús esquivel

Washington, 11 de
junio (apro).- El gobierno de Estados Unidos admitió por primera vez que
mantiene negociaciones con el gobierno de Felipe Calderón, con el fin de
definir un paquete de asistencia para ayudar a las autoridades de México a
combatir de manera frontal y con mayor efectividad al narcotráfico.

 

http://www.proceso.com.mx/especial.html?nta=51463&esp=1181616518

Hank Rhon y el
fantasma del narcotráfico

ricardo ravelo

México, D.F., 11
de junio (apro).- En su camino hacia la gubernatura de Baja California, el
priista Jorge Hank Rhon enfrenta una amenaza que lo persigue por todas partes:
el fantasma del narcotráfico.

 

http://www.milenio.com/index.php/2007/06/11/79194/

11 de Junio

Leer a Osorno
para entender Oaxaca

Luego de casi un
año de atestiguar la insurgencia social vivida en Oaxaca durante 2006, Diego
Enrique Osorno escribió la extensa crónica Oaxaca sitiada. La primera
insurrección del siglo XXI (Editorial Grijalbo, México, 2007), volumen que esta
semana llega a librerías.

 

http://news.independent.co.uk/world/asia/article2646862.ece

US ‘kills Afghan police with friendly fire’

AP

Published: 12 June
2007

 

US
forces mistakenly killed seven Afghan police and wounded four others in a
friendly fire incident early today in eastern Afghanistan,
Afghan officials said.

 

Fighting started just before midnight
last night, between Taliban militants and Afghan police.

 

Two hours into the battle, US
forces arrived and mistakenly opened fire on the police, said Khogyani district
police chief Zurmai Khan.

 

A police spokesman said a US
helicopter fired rockets, killing seven policemen and wounding four.

 

"I think there was a misunderstanding – the helicopter
opened fire at the police post," he said.

 

Police manning a remote checkpoint in Nangarhar province
said an American convoy backed by helicopters approached and opened fire
despite their protests and calls for them to stop.

 

"I thought they were Taliban, and we shouted at them to
stop, but they came closer and they opened fire," said Khan Mohammad, one
of the policemen at the post, adding: "I’m very angry. We are here to
protect the Afghan government and help serve the Afghan government, but the
Americans have come to kill us."

 

A spokeswoman for Nato’s International Security Assistance
Force said she had no information that US forces that fall under ISAF’s command
were involved. A spokesman for the separate US-led coalition said he was
looking into the report.

 

Meanwhile, a US-led coalition and Afghan troops killed more
than 24 suspected Taliban fighters during an eight-hour battle in in Shah Wali
Kot in Kandahar.

 

The troops were initially ambushed by militants but
retreated after several of their fighters were killed.

 

A force of about 30 Taliban later attacked the same
coalition convoy, and Western forces called in airstrikes on a compound and a
vehicle.

 

"During the eight-hour battle, more than two dozen
enemy fighters were killed, " the coalition said.

 

http://news.independent.co.uk/europe/article2646279.ece

Putin ‘climb-down’ claimed as police allow second protest

By Anne Penketh, Diplomatic Editor

Published: 12 June
2007

 

An opposition demonstration in Russia
has taken place peacefully without police intervention for the second time in
two days, after authorities crushed earlier unauthorised rallies organised by
critics of President Vladimir Putin.

 

Interior Ministry troops allowed 2,000 people to gather near
Moscow’s central Pushkin
Square yesterday, despite official warnings that
no more than 500 would be allowed.

 

Garry Kasparov, an opposition leader, told the
demonstrators, who waved banners proclaiming "Russia
without Putin!", that "it is not important how many people decided to
come today. We are concerned about our future, about the future of Russia."
The rally by his Other Russia coalition on Saturday also proceeded without
being broken up by police in St Petersburg,
where an international financial meeting was being held.

 

Vladimir Bukovsky, a former Soviet dissident exiled in the UK,
said it was "interesting" that the authorities had allowed the
Kasparov demonstrations to go ahead, in contrast with earlier protests which
have led to clashes with police.

 

"They’ve finally decided to climb down, as it looked as
though their measures were counter-productive," said Mr Bukovsky. Asked
whether he thought international pressure, including from G8 leaders at their
summit in Germany,
may have led to the shift, he said: "It must have been a factor."

 

Tony Blair noted yesterday as he reported back to Parliament
on his talks with Mr Putin: "I set out our view that people were becoming
worried and fearful about the implications of present Russian policy."

 

Mr Bukovsky has agreed to have his name put forward as a
presidential candidate in elections in March next year, in which Mr Putin is
barred from running. Mr Kasparov and his allies say the Kremlin has used
control of the media, political pressure and electoral reforms to silence
dissent and ensure Mr Putin’s allies maintain power.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/6744713.stm

Hamas launches new Gaza
attacks

Members of Hamas’s Executive force in Gaza
City

Fighting has taken on a new intensity and brutality in
recent days

Heavy fighting has continued throughout the day in Gaza
after militants of the Palestinian group Hamas attacked posts held by their
Fatah faction rivals.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/6746799.stm

Chavez pays ‘surprise’ Cuba
visit

Mr Chavez has visited his friend and ally several times
since his illness

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has made a surprise visit
to Cuba at the
invitation of its convalescing leader, Fidel Castro, Cuban state TV reports.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/6740075.stm

Google ranked ‘worst’ on privacy

Many net firms were criticised in the report for privacy
failings

Google has the worst privacy policy of popular net firms,
says a report.

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/06/12/us/12texas.html?_r=1&th&emc=th&oref=slogin

3 Guardsmen Charged With Human Smuggling

HOUSTON, June 11 — Three members of the Texas National Guard
helping patrol the Mexican border have been charged with human smuggling after
federal agents found one of them in uniform driving a van crammed with 24
illegal immigrants north of Laredo, the Justice Department said Monday.

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/israel/Story/0,,2100961,00.html

Abbas accuses Hamas of attempting coup

· Hamas captures key Gaza
positions

· Fatah officials in talks on coalition withdrawal

James Sturcke and agencies

Tuesday June 12,
2007

Guardian Unlimited

 

http://politics.guardian.co.uk/tonyblair/story/0,,2101076,00.html

Blair attacks ‘feral’ media

Deborah Summers and Matthew Tempest

Tuesday June 12,
2007

Guardian Unlimited

Tony Blair used one of his final speeches as prime minister
today to launch an attack against the media, accusing it of hunting like a
"feral beast tearing people and reputations to bits".

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,,2100663,00.html

‘Escape is impossible’

It is a destitute, oppressive place, where 70,000
Palestinian refugees are squeezed into one square kilometre and violence is the
norm. Ghaith Abdul-Ahad visits Ain al-Hilweh, Lebanon’s
biggest refugee camp, and talks to the new generation of jihadis whose
experience reflects the Islamisation of Arab youth throughout the Middle
East

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,,2100676,00.html

Venice takes
flight

War is bad, we’re all going to die, and men with bird heads
are a very bad sign … in a special report from the world’s biggest arts
jamboree, Adrian Searle reveals what the Venice Biennale has to teach us

 

http://business.guardian.co.uk/story/0,,2100771,00.html

There are the rich and the very rich. Now meet the private
equity kings

· Controversial industry’s huge salaries revealed

· Leading lights to make millions after flotation

Andrew Clark in New York

Tuesday June 12,
2007

The Guardian

Powerful, super-rich and flamboyant, they are revered as the
new kings of Wall Street. A rare glimpse at the top ranks of executives in the
private equity industry reveals a world of private jets, personal helicopters
and take-home earnings running into hundreds of millions of dollars.

 

 http://www.guardian.co.uk/bse/article/0,,1986860,00.html

Should we still be worried?

When the news first broke that ‘mad cow disease’ could be
passed to people, some scientists predicted that tens of thousands of us could
eventually die of vCJD, the human form of BSE. Ten years on, the death toll
stands at 160. So has the real danger passed? Or are many of us still carrying
the disease unknowingly? Ian Sample talks to the scientists most closely
involved in the crisis and learns that the real threat now is not from cows –
but from other humans

Wednesday January
10, 2007

The Guardian

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/britain/article/0,,2099556,00.html

The identity debate

——————————————————————————–

‘They threatened my life. But I will still speak out’

Ed Husain exposed Islamist activism in the heart of Britain.
Here he tells what followed

Sunday June 10,
2007

The Observer

I was on a train going home after a hard day’s work. My
controversial book, The Islamist, had been in bookshops for only a week. My
mobile phone had taken on a new life, constantly ringing as journalists wanted
to arrange interviews, get comments. The calls registered as ‘anonymous caller’
most times. So I was glad to see the name of a Muslim friend appear on my phone
screen.

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/frontpage/story/0,,2056322,00.html

‘I am plotting a new Russian revolution’

London exile
Berezovsky says force necessary to bring down President Putin

Ian Cobain, Matthew Taylor and Luke Harding in Moscow

Friday April 13,
2007

The Guardian

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/international/story/0,,2056198,00.html

Number of spies in UK
returns to cold war levels

Richard Norton-Taylor and Matthew Taylor

Friday April 13,
2007

The Guardian

The number of Russian intelligence agents based in London
has reached cold war levels, reflecting the Kremlin’s growing interest in London’s
dissident community, according to British security sources.

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