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Albazo de Lozano para aplazar el dictamen de telecomunicaciones

LA JORNADA: Los presidentes de dos de las tres comisiones dictaminadoras de las leyes reglamentarias en telecomunicaciones, el panista Javier Lozano y la senadora del PRI Graciela Ortiz, citaron anoche a reunión este jueves para discutir y votar un proyecto de dictamen elaborado por el controvertido legislador del blanquiazul, en el que se retoma la mayor parte de los puntos de la iniciativa del presidente Enrique Peña Nieto en la materia.

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Poniatowska traza en España un México de pobreza y sortilegios

LA JORNADA: En la víspera de convertirse en la cuarta mujer en recibir el premio Cervantes, considerado el Nobel de Literatura en lengua española, la periodista y escritora Elena Poniatowska fue la invitada de honor en el Palacio Real.

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Mexico To Buy $680 Million In Black Hawk Helicopters From U.S. To Combat Drug Trafficking

FOX NEWS: The Obama administration notified Congress that it approved the possible sale of 18 UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters, equipment and logistical support to Mexico for $680 million, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, or DSCA, said.

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Mexico Arrests 46 Criminals Posing as Vigilantes

ABC NEWS: Mexican authorities said Tuesday that they have arrested 46 people who worked for criminal gangs but posed as members of vigilante "self-defense" groups. The vigilante movement sprang up last year in the western state of Michoacan to fight the Knights Templar drug cartel. The heavily armed vigilantes wear white T-shirts with slogans demanding freedom for their home towns, or the slogan "Self Defense Group."

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Hundreds in Mexico Protest Telecommunications Law

ABC NEWS: Hundreds of students and activists marched in Mexico's capital Tuesday to protest a telecommunications law being debated by the Senate that they say will allow the government to arbitrarily censor Internet content.

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