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At least one killed in a shooting near a synagogue in Vienna

At least one person has died and several have been injured in a shooting in the center of One in the vicinity of a synagogue, as reported by various local media without there being, for now, more details or official confirmation. The Vienna Police have reported a "large police operation" in the center of the Austrian capital, while local media have already distributed videos in which numerous shots are heard and assure that it is an attack on the synagogue.News in updateWe are working on expanding this information. Shortly, the editorial staff of EL ESPAÑOL will offer you the update of all the data on this news.To receive the latest news on your mobile phone, you can download the application of our newspaper to iOS devices Y Android, as well as subscribing to a...
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Last chance for the “Star Académie” auditions

The “Star Académie” audition tour is already ending. After touring Quebec and New Brunswick, the team of judges will return for a final overview of talent in Montreal in the coming days, from November 5 to 8, at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth. More than 1000 singers aged 16 to 30 are expected for this final weekend of auditions. In total, 5,500 artists will have tried their luck to participate in the famous show, which will be on the air in February on TVA since the “Star Académie” bus left at the end of September. It is always time to register for the last recruitment days, since some time slots are still available. This step is mandatory before going to the scene, sanitary measures oblige. Only people who have previously made an appointment on the web will be...
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More than 400 deaths from Covid-19 in France in 24 hours

Confinement in Bordeaux, illustration - UGO AMEZ / SIPA The number of deaths linked to Covid-19 in France has risen sharply in the past twenty-four hours, to 418, bringing the total to more than 37,435 since the start of the epidemic, according to figures from Public Health France on Monday . The number of deaths in hospitals is 25,784, specifies Public Health France.The number of coronavirus patients in intensive care or intensive care has also increased sharply, with 430 new admissions in twenty-four hours, bringing the total to 3,721 patients. The number of resuscitation beds, already raised from 5,100 t...
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Al-Qaeda threatens Macron and calls for killing anyone who insults the prophet

Indonesians protest against Emmanuel Macron, illustration - Dita Alangkara / AP / SIPA The jihadist group Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) on Monday called on its supporters to kill anyone insulting the Prophet Muhammad and threatened to take revenge on French President Emmanuel Macron, who has defended the right to caricature."Killing the one who insults the prophet is the right of every Muslim capable of applying it," the AQIM group wrote in a statement, in reaction to President Macron's statements during the ceremony to honor French teacher Samuel Paty , beheaded on October 16 in an Islamist attack f...
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Guru wants to expand his footprint

(Photo: 123RF) After several months of preparation, energy drink producer Guru expects its arrival on the Toronto Stock Exchange to kick off a rapid expansion of its North American footprint. Already well known in Quebec, California, as well as parts of Ontario and the Atlantic, the Quebec company founded in 1999, which presents itself as the only one to offer a natural and organic drink in the industry, sells its products. produced in more than 15,000 points of sale - 8,000 in the United States, 5,000 in Quebec and 2,000 in Ontario. Ultimately, she wants her drinks to end up on the shelves of 3,000 to 6,000 more convenience stores and gas stations across the country. “We just finished a marathon, but we're starting ...
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Trump orders new commemoration that criminalizes undocumented immigrants

Since his inception in politics, President Trump has made a speech against undocumented immigrantsNow set a 'commemoration' date that exposes immigrants solely as criminals"I will never rest until our border is completely secure and our communities safe," said the president.Since his inception in politics, President Trump has held a speech against undocumented immigrants.This time, he consolidated his position by ordering the creation of the National Day of Remembrance of Americans killed by undocumented aliens.Right in the middle of a second election campaign, US President Donald Trump sets a date that exposes immigrants solely as criminals."I will never rest until our border is completely secure and our communities safe," said the president.Trump orders a new commemoration crim...
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Ethics Committee | The Bloc tries to correct its mistake, the NDP opposes it

(Ottawa) The rag is still burning between the Bloc Québécois and the New Democratic Party. Posted on November 2, 2020 at 3:01 p.m. Catherine levesqueThe Canadian PressOn Monday, the Bloc attempted to correct its mistake last week by tabling a new motion in the parliamentary ethics committee that would have obtained documents relating to the fees of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau...
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Trump orders new commemoration that criminalizes undocumented immigrants

Since his inception in politics, President Trump has made a speech against undocumented immigrantsNow set a 'commemoration' date that exposes immigrants solely as criminals"I will never rest until our border is completely secure and our communities safe," said the president.Since his inception in politics, President Trump has held a speech against undocumented immigrants.This time, he consolidated his position by ordering the creation of the National Day of Remembrance of Americans killed by undocumented aliens.Right in the middle of a second election campaign, US President Donald Trump sets a date that exposes immigrants solely as criminals."I will never rest until our border is completely secure and our communities safe," said the president.Trump orders a new commemoration crim...
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Attack on synagogue ?: Shots in Vienna

IShots rang out in downtown Vienna. As reported by several media outlets, the incident took place on Monday evening near a synagogue. Initially, there were contradicting statements as to whether the attack was against the synagogue there. The police initially only confirmed a large-scale operation in the area. According to initial information, a policeman guarding should have been shot and is in mortal danger, reported the "Kronen Zeitung" on Monday evening. The perpetrator is on the run. There were several injuries, reported the Austrian news agency APA....
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Freedom of expression | Legault sides with Macron, not Trudeau

(Ottawa) François Legault said he “totally disagrees” with Justin Trudeau who, on Friday, set limits on freedom of expression when asked about the right to caricature of religions in general, of the prophet Muslims in particular. Posted on November 2, 2020 at 2:57 p.m. Lina DibThe Canadian PressCaricatures of Muhammad have served as a pretext for bloody attacks in France over t...
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Attack on Kabul University: at least 22 dead

At least 22 people, mostly students, have been killed and 22 injured in an attack claimed by the Islamic State (IS) group on Kabul University.In the aftermath of a suicide bomber who blew himself up, two shooters targeted defenseless students, sowing death and terror on campus, where witnesses saw bloodied bodies lying on classroom tables where they were surprised...
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The US economy faces severe post-election strains

SITUATION. COVID-19 cases are increasing and winter weather is approaching. | Photo: Efe. The US economy will face new tensions in the two months following Tuesday's elections - a period in which Washington could be consumed by political paralysis and stagnation, The Washington Post reported.Successful presidential candidates often use this window to plan the start of their administration, but several major economic sectors are preparing to be affected by both an increase in coronavirus cases and the arrival of winter weather.These factors could exacerbate extreme slowdowns in the travel, restaurant and hospitality industries, and further depress an oil industry already affected by low pric...