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The 379 deaths of the weekend push the Government to take more severe measures

Related news The worst weekend of the second wave of Covid-19, with 55,019 new infections and 379 deaths, has aroused fears that the measures approved last Thursday, when the six-month extension of the state of alarm was voted, have remained out of date in just four days and are insufficient to face the evolution of the epidemic for the next few weeks. The number of infected in Spain is already 1,240,697 and the number of deaths, according to official government data, which does not count those who died in residences, of 36,255. Since Friday, nearly 3,000 more infections have been reported than the previous weekend, when 52,188 positives were counted. A week earlier, the figure had been 37,889.Coronavirus patients already occupy 15.51% of the beds in Spa...
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The drop that overflows Simón’s glass: his joke about the nurses threatens his continuity

Related news Fernando Simon does not win for controversy. The last one, and the one that could cost you your job as director of the Center Coordination of Health Alerts and Emergencies (CCAES), is the one that has caused his sexual joke about nurses. "I was not asking [a las enfermeras] if they were infectious or not, you could see that a few days later, "said Fernando Simón in an interview, when the driver asked him if he liked" infectious diseases or infectious nurses". Inappropriate words from who is the highest authority in Spain on the coronavirus.The joke has not only offended the General Council of Nursing, who has censored his "sexist and degrading comments" and has demanded an immediate apology. It has also led to the denunciation of the Popular...
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You don’t have to live in the US or be a US citizen to get a stimulus check | The NY Journal

You need to be very vigilant about whether you are eligible for a stimulus check, even if you are not a citizen. Photo: ADEK BERRY / AFP / Getty Images You do not necessarily have to live in the US, or be a US citizen, to qualify for a stimulus check. The CARES Act stipulated that some 'permanent non-citizen residents', 'resident aliens' and some individuals living in United States territories (such as Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, or American Samoa) were eligible for have a stimulus check payment if they met a number of requirements. Under the CARES Act, all US citizens and non-US citizens who have a social security number and who live and work in the United States, were eligible to receive stimulus check payments. Th...
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Azpeitia, former priest of Lemona, model of pro-ETA priests portrayed in series such as ‘Patria’

Related news The church and the Basque people. The relationship between faith and the 'cause' of terrorism and ETA. The umpteenth time they both shake hands. The facts can be seen in the video library. In recent times, series like The Invisible Line they have revealed "pro-ETA" priests. Literature also remembers it: Fernando Aramburu reflects it in Homeland through Don Serapio. But it is not fiction. The documentary Under the silence, from Iñaki Arteta, it shows that it is real. A parish priest at least equidistant, understanding with ETA and their actions, who "bursts" the word terrorism. Mikel Azpeitia he is not the parish priest of Lemona (Vizcaya) for about a year. Right after giving the interview, it stopped being so. I don't know why. 30 year...
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Iglesias makes Sánchez more expensive with another “social shield”: no more evictions or supply cuts

Related news The end of the confinement was the hour in which Nadia Calvin, Third Vice President of the Government, called for order and began to work on the recomposition of the State accounts. With Pablo Iglesias head-on, the Council of Ministers on September 29 began to cut the "social shield" because, although the Ministry of Economy takes it as good an absolutely unbalanced course, "This can only be sustained if it is temporary." Now the second vice president wants to search legal means to stop evictions "that continue to be produced, although they are prohibited", according to sources from their environment; study how to force even the Sareb to deliver its floors to social services; and press to return to prohibit supply cuts. In addition, the Minist...
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Angie’s drama in Lugo: prostituted, forced to abort, dies of cancer without money or justice

Related news On May 27, 2018, Angie Lizeth Palencia Carrión, a 27-year-old Colombian woman living in Madrid, started a crowdfunding campaign in gofundme. He was looking for financial help to pay for medical treatment to try to cure himself of the brain cancer that he had been diagnosed with. Needed 36.000 euros to be treated in a clinic in Florida (USA). Without the therapy of that center, the doctors gave him "one year to live," said the young woman in the aforementioned portal of crowdfunding. “In a humble way, I ask them to help me by contributing their grain of sand with this charity work (...) I am a woman with dreams and goals to fulfill like any human being ”, he pointed out in a few lines with which he told his story. When the young woman died, on ...
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The Catalan who dismantles linguistic immersion in the EU: “When you tell what happens here, they hallucinate”

Related news "When you tell in Europe what happens in Catalonia, people hallucinate", admits Ana Losada in reference to the language immersion. "We have been living an injustice, an aberration for a long time, but, as is common, we think it is normal." The president of the Assembly for a Bilingual School has achieved what seemed unthinkable: that the Petitions Committee of the European Parliament has agreed to investigate discrimination in Castilian Spanish in Catalan schools.In addition, the European Parliament will send a letter to the Ministry of Education that directs Isabel Celaá and will study sending a mission of MEPs to assess in situ the situation of Spanish-speaking students in Catalonia.All this thanks to the successive testimonies and report...
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A minor goes to the hairdresser in his town to get dyed white and burns his hair: € 7,000 fine

Related news Burnt head, bald, friar ... These are some of the teasing that a minor from Iznalloz (Granada) suffered daily and that forced his parents to make the difficult decision that their son should stop attending class to avoid such slights. "For a month I had my head bandaged: the jokes made me feel very bad", admits to EL ESPAÑOL this teenager who suffered all kinds of mockery due to the physical injuries and the aesthetic consequences that he suffered after going to a hairdresser in his town to get dyed part of his mane.“I wanted to dye my hair for Easter. I saw a white tint on Instagram and I liked it. " At that time, Manuel - a fictitious name - was 13 years old. The result of the visit to the barber was not the same as the photo he saw on tha...
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Madrid’s ‘luxury’ shops that are dying: in Calzados Lobo, 123 years of history, they don’t know what to do

Related news Calzados Lobo existed when Cuba and the Philippines were still Spanish. This store has lived through two dictatorships, two democracies, three reigns of three different Bourbons and all the stories that may have passed in front of the corner where it has been 123 years. Almost nothing. A 'luxury' store for any city -in this case Madrid-, which has gone through all kinds of vicissitudes and is now facing the coronavirus crisis. This business was founded in 1987 by Timoteo Lobo. The name comes from the family surname, "not from any affinity with the animal," he explains. Alejandro Blazquez, owner and great-grandson of the founder. In other words, the fourth generation of the Lobo family dedicated to selling shoes.But business - you may have ...
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Polls consider Trump’s victory twice as difficult as in 2016

Related news The ghost of 2016 has haunted the election campaign almost since before it began. Back then, pollsters focused on the national vote and paid little attention to individual states. Much easier to take a broad sample at the country level and project the results from there according to the electoral tradition of each state. The error was there: practically nobody went down to the field and it considered certain population centers (undecided, uneducated whites ...) that were considered marginal or directly progressive because they lived in democratic states. This year things have been done very differently. This year there have been polls in every state ad nausea. This year, the outsider He's the president, so it's much easier to locate him. If p...
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From incendiary Trump to moderate Biden: the final fight that will change the world in the midst of a pandemic

Although international politics do not usually change substantially when the tenant of the Office Oval, the truth is that this year, the candidates for the presidency of the country have made the relations international a key piece of both your campaign and your Roadmap to redefine the role it will play state United in the international order in the next five years. One of the topics on the lips of all political analysts, geopolitical experts and members of the international community is how switch to the speech American regarding the major issues of a global nature depending on who wins the elections.China The trade war with China is one of the issues that generates the most interest. Definitely, Donald Trump has been very clear with what he describes as a uncompro...
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Why Biden’s victory would be positive for Europe and also for Spain

Even though Joe Biden party as a favorite in the elections that the US holds this Tuesday, Trump Not only has he come back in recent days, but he has added more uncertainty to the day by announcing that he is not willing to accept depends on what results, hiding behind the complexity of the count. Although the differences between the two candidates in aspects such as international politics or the economy are not substantial, they are at the level of diplomatic relations. Biden's victory would bring relative calm in that area. It would contribute to recovering the relationship with its European partners and to reduce geopolitical tension in the rest of the scenarios.La OTAN Trump's continued threats to leave NATO, as an unnecessary expense, redound to the West's own...