Correo de Noticias al 13/6/07 (1)

http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/primera/29054.html

EU: falla México
en trata de personas

Mujeres, niñas y
niños, principales explotados

EU: falla México
en trata de personasEU: falla México en trata de personas

José Carreño

El Universal

Miércoles 13 de
junio de 2007

WASHINGTON.- Un
reporte del Departamento de Estado estadounidense indica que México es un país
fuente de destino y de tránsito para el tráfico de personas con fines de
explotación sexual o trabajo forzado.

 

http://www.milenio.com/index.php/2007/06/13/79885/

00:06 |Aclara
México a EU que se combate con seriedad la trata de personas

La cancillería
explicó que la mejor manera de atacar a esa delincuencia organizada
internacional es a través de una estrecha coordinación entre países.

México, D.F.- El
gobierno mexicano afirmó hoy que otorga la mayor seriedad al combate a la trata
de personas y precisó que la mejor manera de atacar a esa delincuencia
organizada internacional es a través de una estrecha coordinación entre países.

 

http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/primera/29052.html

Inician proceso
para suceder al líder nacional del panismo

Germán Martínez y
César Nava se reunirán con militantes del DF; Abascal Carranza hace lo propio

Inician proceso
para suceder al líder nacional del panismoInician proceso para suceder al líder
nacional del panismo

Lilia Saúl

El Universal

Miércoles 13 de
junio de 2007

Germán Martínez y
César Nava, funcionarios cercanos a Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, presidente de
México, abrieron el proceso de sucesión en la presidencia del PAN.

 

http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/columnas/65713.html

Bajo Reserva

Los periodistas
de EL UNIVERSAL

13 de junio de
2007

Anticipan reforma
fiscal

LE PEDIMOS que lo
conserve bajo reserva, pero los mercados financieros, fuera y dentro del país,
ya dan por descontada la aprobación de una reforma fiscal en México, e incluso
han puesto fecha límite: septiembre próximo. Eso sólo puede significar dos
cosas: o periodo extraordinario en el Congreso para abordar el tema, o votación
fast track en los primeros días del periodo de otoño.

 

http://weblogs.eluniversal.com.mx/weblogs_detalle3438.html

El video de
iniciación de El Yunque

13-junio-2007

Una organización
secreta que busca instaurar el reino de Dios en la tierra y evangelizar
mediante la infiltración de sus miembros en las más altas esferas del poder
político, ¿de verdad existe en nuestro país?

Aunque unos dicen
que no existe, al parecer, el Yunque se instauró en 1955 para defender la religión
católica y luchar contra las fuerzas de Satanás, o al menos eso es lo que
afirma Álvaro Delgado, reportero de Proceso y principal investigador de esta
¿secta?

 

http://www.milenio.com/index.php/2007/06/13/79912/

04:48 |Acusa
grupo de derechos humanos a palestinos de “crímenes de guerra”

El sábado,
palestinos armados de la Yihad Islámica y de las Brigadas de Mártires de Al
Aqsa afiliadas a Fatah usaron un vehículo blanco con las letras TV para atacar
una posición militar israelí en la frontera con Gaza.Â

 

http://www.proceso.com.mx/noticia.html?sec=0&nta=51519

El embajador paramilitar (Proceso 1597)

jorge carrasco araizaga

El descubrimiento de que políticos cercanos al presidente colombiano Álvaro
Uribe fueron cómplices de los grupos paramilitares en crímenes contra la
humanidad ya provocó la caída de varios funcionarios y congresistas. Al parecer
el siguiente en la lista es el actual embajador en México, Luis Camilo Osorio,
a quien diversas organizaciones acusan de haber protegido a los paramilitares
de 2001 a 2005, cuando fue fiscal general.

 

http://www.proceso.com.mx/noticia.html?sec=0&nta=51492

Reacciones en Colombia, por revelaciones de Proceso sobre el embajador Luis
Camilo Osorio

jorge carrasco araizaga

México, D.F., 12 de junio (apro).- La revelación hecha esta semana por
Proceso sobre la actuación del ahora embajador de Colombia en México, Luis
Camilo Osorio, en relación con los grupos paramilitares, provocó sorpresa en
los medios colombianos.

 

http://www.proceso.com.mx/noticia.html?sec=2&nta=51518&nsec=Estados

Usa Yunes recursos del ISSSTE para favorecer a su hijo en el proceso
interno del PAN: Lagunes Ochoa

regina martínez

Veracruz, Ver., 12 de junio (apro).- El precandidato del PAN a la alcaldía
de Boca del Río, Gonzalo Lagunes Ochoa, acusó al director general del ISSSTE,
Miguel Angel Yunes Linares, de estar metiendo las manos en el proceso interno
de ese partido para favorecer a su hijo, Miguel Angel Yunes Márquez.

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/13/index.php?section=opinion&article=020o1pol

Bajo la lupa

Alfredo Jalife-Rahme

Rusia: (re)clama un "nuevo orden financiero global"

Más tardaron los estrategas chinos en sopesar las "consecuencias"
de la "restauración del equilibrio mundial" -derivada del
posicionamiento ruso con sus dos nuevos misiles de ensueño (ver Bajo la Lupa,
10.06.07)-, que Vlady Putin en iniciar su implementación durante una relevante
conferencia ante magnas trasnacionales en San Petersburgo, donde reclamó la
instalación de un "nuevo orden financiero (sic) mundial", según
reportan Neil Buckley (NB) y Catherine Belton (CB) de The Financial Times
(10.06.07).

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/13/index.php?section=politica&article=003n1pol

Presentó proyecto de dictamen para que la Corte investigue el caso

Hubo graves violaciones en Oaxaca: Silva Meza

Autoridades federales, estatales y municipales vulneraron garantías

JESUS ARANDA

Las autoridades federales, estatales y municipales violaron gravemente las
garantías individuales en el estado de Oaxaca, en el periodo que va del 2 de
junio de 2006 al 31 de enero pasado, sostuvo el ministro Juan N. Silva Meza, al
presentar ante el pleno su proyecto de dictamen en el que propone que la
Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación (SCJN) ejerza su facultad de
investigación para conocer los hechos ocurridos en la entidad que gobierna
Ulises Ruiz.

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/13/index.php?section=capital&article=038n1cap

La iniciativa fue presentada por perredistas y socialdemócratas

Buscan diputados legalizar la prostitución en el DF

Sería la primera entidad en contar con un marco para esta actividad

RAUL LLANOS, GABRIELA ROMERO

Las fracciones perredista y socialdemócrata de la Asamblea Legislativa del
Distrito Federal (ALDF) presentaron ayer una iniciativa de ley para legalizar
la prostitución o sexoservicio en esta ciudad, que de concretarse sería la
primera entidad en el país en contar con un marco legal de este tipo.

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/13/index.php?section=opinion&article=022a2pol

José Steinsleger

El Che y los astros

¿De qué signo era el Che? Hay biografías que dan por buena la fecha que consta
en su acta de nacimiento, 14 de junio de 1928. Y las hay que se basan en una
confidencia de su mamá: "Ernesto no nació el 14 de junio, sino el 14 de
mayo. Yo me casé embarazada. Mis tías viejas hubieran muerto de saberlo",
le habría dicho Celia de la Serna a la periodista argentina Julia Constenla, en
1959.

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/13/index.php?section=opinion&article=004o1pol

Astillero

Julio Hernández López

Protesto, luego insisto

Rechazos a pesar de todo

Disidencia, una de las Bellas Artes

Clausura simbólica del IFE

La persistencia de las protestas públicas contra Felipe Calderón constituye
una prueba viva, sonora, arriesgada, de que una franja notable de ciudadanos
está convencida de que el pasado 2 de julio hubo un gran fraude electoral y
quien ocupa hoy la silla presidencial lo hace sin legitimidad.

 

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2007/06/13/index.php?section=espectaculos&article=a06n1esp

A punto de publicarse el relato de una existencia que rebasa toda ficción

A la luz, la increíble historia de Graciela Olmos, La Bandida

Eslabón entre ‘La Bola’ y el ‘Régimen de Derecho’, la soldadera y madama
vivió cantando las lealtades de Pancho Villa y las deslealtades a Miguel
Alemán, señala Salvador Paniagua

LEONARDO PAEZ

 

http://comment.independent.co.uk/commentators/article2651061.ece

Simon Kelner: Would you be
saying this, Mr Blair, if we supported your war in
Iraq?

‘Opinion and fact should be
clearly divisible. The truth is, a large part of the media today not merely
elides the two but does so now as a matter of course. In other words, this is
not exceptional. It is routine. The metaphor for this genre of modern
journalism is The Independent newspaper. Let me state at the outset it is a
well-edited, lively paper and is absolutely entitled to print what it wants,
how it wants, on the
Middle East or anything else. But it was started as an antidote to
the idea of journalism as views, not news. That was why it was called The
Independent. Today it is avowedly a viewspaper, not merely a newspaper. The
final consequence of all this is that it is rare today to find balance in the
media.’

Tony Blair, Prime
Ministerspeaking yesterday

Published: 13 June 2007

 

Most days The Independent speaks
for itself. We like to think that we do our little bit to make sense of an
often bewildering world. But today is different: our editorial approach, and
the values that underpin it, have come under attack from the Prime Minister,
Tony Blair.

 

In a wide-ranging speech on
politics and the media, he singled out this newspaper as a metaphor for the
corrosive relationship between the public and the body politic, and on behalf
of our journalists, and more particularly our readers, we felt it would be
wrong to let his assertions go unchallenged. The Independent, he said, "is
absolutely entitled to print what it wants, on the
Middle East or anything else. But it was started as an antidote to
the idea of journalism as views, not news. That was why it was called The
Independent. Today it is avowedly a viewspaper, not merely a newspaper. The
final consequence of this is that it is rare today to find balance in the
media."

 

As the only representative of
the multifarious British media mentioned by name, it’s hard not to be
flattered. Or, indeed, vindicated – our principled opposition to his policy on
Iraq (or the Middle
East
as he quaintly put it:
note he couldn’t refer to
Iraq by name) has clearly exasperated him. But that misses
the point. We are unabashed about the way in which The Independent has evolved,
although we would point out that this newspaper was not established as an
antidote to the idea of journalism as views, but as an antidote to
proprietorial influence and narrow political allegiance.

 

Today’s paper is true to those
ideals. So how come we now exemplify everything that’s wrong with the public
discourse? We don’t trawl through people’s dustbins. We respect the privacy of
those in public life. We strive to abide by the PCC code. But, after 10 years
of the Blair administration, a decade of spin and counter-spin, of dodgy
dossiers, of 45-minute warnings, of burying bad news, of manipulation and
misinformation, we feel that the need to interpret and comment upon the
official version of events is more important than ever. And we are confident
that our readers can differentiate between news and opinion. We can also be
sure that our readers will make up their own minds, and with this in mind we
are printing the full text of Mr Blair’s speech (there we go again, offering
another viewpoint).

 

What clearly rankles with Mr
Blair is not that we campaign vociferously on certain issues, but that he
doesn’t agree with our stance. What if we had backed the invasion of
Iraq (like, for example, we supported the interventions in
Kosovo and
Sierra
Leone
)?
Would he then be attacking our style of journalism? Of course not. We are
unapologetic about our opposition to
Iraq, the biggest foreign policy folly of our age, and we
shall continue to hold him and his government to account.

 

All that said, we welcome Mr
Blair’s contribution to what is an important debate. He is right to say that
relations between the media and the political establishment need to be
repaired. And his comments on the role of newspapers in particular in the
fast-changing media landscape echo discussions that are currently taking place
in this office, and in probably every other newspaper in Britain. The days when
a newspaper could be simply a notice-board of the previous day’s events are as
outdated as black-and-white television.

 

Of course, news is still the backbone
of our offering, but we feel our readers today want more: a diverse range of
commentary, colourful debate, provocative front pages and, yes, the views
behind the news. It is difficult to imagine what kind of newspaper Mr Blair
envisages in his platonic heaven, but it’s probably safe to say that this isn’t
it.

 

Simon Kelner is editor of The
Independent

 

http://news.independent.co.uk/sci_tech/article2651056.ece

The way to a girl’s heart: look
like the dad, win the daughter

Scientists have discovered that
women who have close relationships with their fathers are drawn to men who
resemble them.

By Steve Connor and Jonathan
Brown

Published: 13 June 2007

 

Husbands and boyfriends: take a
good look in the mirror. Then dig out your partners’ family photographs. Do you
look like her father? If not, you could be in trouble.

 

For women who enjoyed strong
childhood relationships with their fathers prefer to have a male partner who
physically resembles him, a new study has found. The findings could explain why
famous "daddy’s girls", such as Nigella Lawson and Zoe Ball have
chosen husbands who look remarkably similar to their own fathers, said the
researchers who carried out the work.

 

The study, conducted by a team
that included scientists from Durham University, supports the evolutionary idea
that sexual imprinting – when sexual preferences are based on parental
characteristics – occurs in humans just as it is known to occur in many other
species.

 

It might seem slightly
disturbing to discover that your partner’s sex life is dictated by how she got
on with her father, but the evidence does indeed suggest that women who had
strong paternal bonds were more likely to choose men who looked like him than
those who did not.

 

The researchers interviewed 49
eldest daughters who were asked to select the most attractive face from a set
of 15 photographs of men.

 

Ears, hair, neck, shoulders and
clothing were deliberately obscured to ensure they chose purely on the basis of
"central" facial characteristics, such as eyes, nose, mouth and chin.

 

The women were also asked a
series of questions designed to assess how well they got on with their own
fathers during the critical years of childhood when sexual imprinting could
have developed. For example, the women were asked to assess how much a father
engaged in bringing up his daughter, how much leisure time they spent together
and how much overall emotional investment she felt her father had made in her.
Scientists analysed the faces from the panel of 15 photographs and compared
them to the facial measurements taken of each woman’s own father so that the
researchers could assess which face correlated most closely with each of the 49
fathers.

 

The results of the study,
published in the journal Evolution and Human Behaviour, clearly showed that a
woman who had a good childhood relationship with her father found men with
similar facial characteristics the most sexually attractive.

 

However, this did not appear to
be the case with women whose answers suggested that they did not enjoy a close
relationship with their fathers, according to Lynda Boothroyd of
Durham University, the study’s author.

 

"While previous research
has suggested this to be the case, these controlled results show for certain
that the quality of a daughter’s relationship with her father has an impact on
whom she finds attractive," Dr Boothroyd said.

 

"It shows that our human
brains don’t simply build prototypes of the ideal face based on those we see around
us, rather they build them based on those to whom we have a strongly positive
relationship," she said.

 

"We can now say that
daughters who have very positive childhood relationships with their fathers
choose men with similar central facial characteristics to their fathers."

 

The scientists who took part in
the study claim that the findings can explain why, for instance, Charles
Saatchi, who is married to Nigella Lawson, has a passing resemblance to Nigel
Lawson and why Norman Cook, the husband of Zoe Ball, looks similar to Johnny
Ball in the central area of the face, notably the nose, chin and eyes.

 

The research, which was carried
out on Polish women, was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and
the Royal Society.

 

The researchers said that the
study disproves the idea that a woman’s choice of partner is always purely
passive. It must involve an active choice based on childhood experiences, they
said – a finding that could have repercussions in the study of human evolution,
fertility and genetics. Millions of men, meanwhile, will be left simply peering
at their reflections.

 

Gwyneth Paltrow

 

THE DAUGHTER:

 

Gwyneth Paltrow: The macrobiotic
Oscar-winning actress who boasts top-notch friendships with stars such as
Madonna and Steven Spielberg. Stunned pop fans when she married singer Chris
Martin at a secret ceremony in southern
California.

 

THE FATHER:

 

Bruce Paltrow: Producer best
known for NBC’s long-running hospital drama St Elsewhere. Produced and directed
his daughter in 2000 road movie Duets. Died from complications after battling
oral cancer while on holiday with his daughter in
Rome.

 

THE PARTNER:

 

Chris Martin: Earnest, former
public schoolboy frontman with multi-platinum-selling British rock band
Coldplay. Has become a spokesman for liberal causes such as fair trade and
vegetarianism as well as backing John Kerry for the
US presidency against George Bush in 2004.

 

Nigella Lawson

 

THE DAUGHTER:

 

Nigella Lawson: Domestic goddess
of gastro-porn as admired for her heaving bosom and seductive curves as for her
sticky toffee pudding. Has sold more than two million copies of her books,
fronting many cookery programmes and launching her own range of kitchenware.
Her first husband, John Diamond, died of throat cancer in 2001.

 

THE FATHER:

 

Nigel Lawson: Former roly-poly
Chancellor of the Exchequer who presided over the economic boom of the
mid-Thatcher years. Resigned after long feud with Alan Walters and was elevated
to the House of Lords in 1992 as Lord Lawson of Blaby. Slimmed down after leaving
office and wrote a popular diet book.

 

THE PARTNER:

 

Charles Saatchi: Co-founded
global advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi with his brother, Maurice.
Today he is best known as an art collector and owner of the Saatchi Gallery on
London‘s South Bank, where he has pioneered the work of Young
British Artists including Damien Hirst.

 

Zoe Ball

 

THE DAUGHTER:

 

Zoe Ball: Hired to present Radio
1’s breakfast show in 1997. Married the musician Norman Cook, better-known as
Fatboy Slim, in 1999.

 

THE FATHER:

 

Johnny Ball: Children’s
television presenter who popularised science. In 2003 he made an outspoken
attack on the quality of children’s programming.

 

THE PARTNER:

 

Norman Cook: Quentin Leo Cook,
the DJ, pioneered immediately recognisable sounds with era-defining hits such
as "Praise You" and "Right Here Right Now".

 

Emma Thompson

 

THE DAUGHTER:

 

Emma Thompson: Won an Oscar for
her performance in 1992’s Howards End. The former Footlights vice-president
formed one half of the British acting power couple during her marriage to
Kenneth Branagh. Married the actor Greg Wise in 2003. The couple have one
daughter.

 

THE FATHER:

 

Eric Thompson: Best known as the
narrator and writer for the cult children’s television show Magic Roundabout.

 

THE PARTNER:

 

Greg Wise: The Newcastle-born
actor’s credits include Mad Cows. Appeared alongside his future wife in the
1995 film version of Sense and Sensibility.

 

Peaches Geldof

 

THE DAUGHTER:

 

Peaches Geldof: Precocious
second daughter of Bob and the late Paula Yates, she presented her own reality
television show at the age of 16 and went on to write columns for The Daily
Telegraph as well as appearing regularly in celebrity gossip columns.

 

THE FATHER:

 

Bob Geldof: Famous for his long,
unkempt hair, scruffy clothes and liberal use of profanities during live
television interviews, Geldof’s career has taken him from rock star to global
saviour.

 

THE PARTNER:

 

Fred Les: She let it slip that
her boyfriend was in fact a little-known musician who bears a passing
resemblance to her saintly father.

 

Emilia Fox

 

THE DAUGHTER:

 

Emilia Fox: The
Oxford-university educated daughter of actors Edward Fox and Joanna David is
best known for taking over from Amanda Burton in the television hit Silent
Witness.

 

THE FATHER:

 

Edward Fox: Quintessential upper-class
actor who went to
Harrow before joining the Coldstream Guards. His most famous
roles include the assassin in the Day of the Jackal and King Edward VIII in the
1978 television series Edward and Mrs Simpson.

 

THE PARTNER:

 

Jared Harris: The son of Richard
Harris, the actor, playboy and drinker who appeared alongside Edward Fox in the
1963 British film classic This Sporting Life. Married Emilia Fox in 2005.

 

 

http://news.independent.co.uk/world/asia/article2651050.ece

Civilians in remote areas suffer
most from rising violence, says Red Cross

By Andrew Buncombe, Asia
Correspondent

Published: 13 June 2007

 

Escalating violence in Afghanistan is having an increasingly deadly impact on civilians
caught in the fighting, according to the Red Cross.

 

Five and a half years after the
overthrow of the Taliban by US-led forces and the election of Washington-backed
President Hamid Karzai, civilians in the country are more than ever at risk from
insurgents’ roadside explosions and suicide attacks and bombing raids by
coalition forces.

 

"Civilians suffer horribly
from mounting threats to their security," Pierre Kraehenbuehl, the
International Committee of the Red Cross’s director of operations, said in a
statement.

 

Mr Kraehenbuehl said ordinary
Afghans, especially those in remote areas, still lacked access to basic
services such as medical care. He said those most in need were the most
difficult to reach, adding: "[It has] become increasingly challenging to
carry out humanitarian work outside major cities."

 

The warning came as United States forces killed seven Afghan police who had mistaken them
for Taliban fighters and opened fire on them. The
US forces reportedly fired back and called in air strikes.

 

Mr Karzai’s spokesman blamed a
lack of communication. "The police forces were not aware of the
coalition’s operation. The police checkpoint in the area thought that they were
the enemy, so police opened fire on the coalition."

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