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Jiménez-Becerril: “It seems that they have given rope to Marlaska to remove prisoners”

Teresa Jiménez-Becerril She learned this Wednesday in her seat as deputy of the PP of the prison approach of one of the ETA murderers of her brother Alberto and her sister-in-law Ascensión, with whose life the terrorist gang ended in 1998 in Seville. This is how he relates it in statements to EL ESPAÑOL outside the Congress of Deputies, after having attended the intervention in the debate on Budgets of Pablo Married, who made mention of the news. She assures that, unlike what happened on other occasions, Interior has not communicated it to her, and indignantly affirms: "What is wrong with Marlaska? It seems that they have given him rope to remove prisoners."The popular deputy shows her "total indignation" at the "surrender of this Government" which, she assures, "He...
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Apple quietly launches new Apple Watch Solo Loop and Sport Bands

Amid the reveal of its new M1-powered Mac computers, Apple also quietly released several new Apple Watch Solo Loop and Sport Band colors. The new shades include a very orange 'Chinese orange, 'a blue color called'North blue'and a deep purple called'plum. These colors are only available for Sport band and loop Solo for Apple Watch.For example, the Apple Watch Single loop braided band It is still only available in the same colors, including 'Inverness Green', 'Atlantic Blue', 'Pink Punch' and more, as it was when it was released alongside the Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE.While the Apple Watch Sport Band features a clasp, the new Solo Loop comes in several different sizes and slides over the wearer's wrist. These new Band colors are likely part of Apple's winter accesso...
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Nagorno-Karabakh: anger in Armenia against the ceasefire

Several thousand people demonstrated on Wednesday in Yerevan, Armenia. A rally to denounce the ceasefire agreement in Nagorno-Karabakh. This agreement marks the military victory of Azerbaijan.Some protesters called "traitor"the Armenian Prime Minister who signed this ceasefire.The latter was justified this Wednesday.If hostilities continued, there was a very high risk that the towns of Stepanakaert, Martuni and Askeran would fall into the hands of our enemies. In the process, all our defensive zones would have been surrounded, all our soldiers would have been surrounded. Nikol Pachinian Prime Minister of Armenia Nagorno-Karabakh is an enclave popul...
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Nagorno-Karabakh: anger in Armenia against the ceasefire

Several thousand people demonstrated on Wednesday in Yerevan, Armenia. A rally to denounce the ceasefire agreement in Nagorno-Karabakh. This agreement marks the military victory of Azerbaijan.Some protesters called "traitor"the Armenian Prime Minister who signed this ceasefire.The latter was justified this Wednesday.If hostilities continued, there was a very high risk that the towns of Stepanakaert, Martuni and Askeran would fall into the hands of our enemies. In the process, all our defensive zones would have been surrounded, all our soldiers would have been surrounded. Nikol Pachinian Prime Minister of Armenia Nagorno-Karabakh is an enclave popul...
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Ethics: Minister Fitzgibbon makes his mea culpa

The Minister of the Economy, Pierre Fitzgibbon, takes the blame that the National Assembly will soon address to him. He both defended himself and made his mea culpa in a lengthy statement at the Blue Salon on Wednesday.“Never in two years, have I put myself in a situation where I could appear motivated to enrich myself or to enrich my loved ones and my family,” he said. […] This is why it is...
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Where do we get COVID-19 more? This study takes stock

That's the billion-dollar question, if not many. Where are we really at the most risk of being infected with the coronavirus? If we had the answer, we would know how to properly deconfin to avoid a third wave of COVID-19 while still allowing life (and the economy) to resume. It is therefore quite logically a very important, but very complicated research axis. Several specific case studies have made it possible to formulate hypotheses. By cross-checking them, we manage to draw a robot portrait of the worst places favoring infection: closed, poorly ventilated, overcrowded. But it remains limited. And if epidemiological studies specifics are underway, with hundreds of people following up, they are not perfect and, most importantly, take time.In works published this Tuesd...
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New Yorker who disappeared a year ago found dead; Declared Homicide in Vermont | The NY Journal

Jessica hildenbrandt Photo: Vermont State Police / Courtesy Jessica Hildenbrandt was murdered, the Vermont police concluded, where her body was found a year after she was reported missing in New York. September 17, 2019 a hiker came across what looked like a human jaw in an abandoned gravel pit in Bennington County. More than a year later, Vermont State Police investigators announced that, using DNA and other evidence, had identified the victim as Hildenbrandt, a 43-year-old mother, a resident of Ballston Spa, upstate New York. Although a resident of New York, Hildenbrandt had close ties to Vermont's Bennington County, which is about 45 miles from Ballston Spa. Police said Hildenbrandt - who also used the name Jessica Bidot ...
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In the last race in Turkey, Schumi was still driving: Formula 1 is now four seconds faster

The last Formula 1 race in Turkey took place in 2011. Almost a decade has passed since then - and a lot has happened. Mercedes expects a pole position time four seconds faster. But what exactly has changed in Formula 1? Nine years have passed since the last Formula 1 race at the Istanbul Park Circuit in Turkey, and the premier class of motorsport has changed significantly compared to the 2011 season.But how much have vehicles and technologies changed over this period? There are obvious visual differences, mostly due to rule changes. In 2020, for example, the cars will be wider and longer, with bigger wings, lower noses and the halo.But the differences go much deeper. That's why we're taking a look under the hood to find out how much has changed in Formula 1 in ...
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Central Mediterranean: a hundred migrants rescued, at least five drowned

The video shows the precise moment when the fate of a hundred people is being played out… The floor of a boat crowded with migrants has just collapsed in the middle of the Mediterranean. A humanitarian boat from the NGO Open Arms films the scene. The crew barely had time to distribute life jackets before the tragedy and most of the occupants were subsequently rescued, including children, but at least five people were drowned.The adrift boat had been spotted by a plane from the European agency Frontex and its location had been indicated to the humanitarian boat. But the NGO denounces the inertia of European countries in the central Mediterranean, which it describes as "the largest mass grave in the world".His boat had saved 85 people the day before, who were drifting aboard a badly dama...
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In the United States, Republicans are just one seat away from retaining the Senate

Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in Capitol Hill, Washington DC on November 10. ERIN SCOTT / REUTERS The Democratic Party is assured of retaining control of the US House of Representatives, but with a reduced majority compared to the outgoing Congress, the Associated Press (AP) reported on Wednesday (November 11th). In the Senate, on the other hand, the race remains open but leans more and more towards the Republican camp. On November 3, in addition to choosing their president, American voters renewed all 435 seats in the lower house of Congress and 35 of the 100 senators' seats. Read also: The trompe-l'oeil push of women elected to Congress AP declared the winner in the race for the House of Represe...
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Central Mediterranean: a hundred migrants rescued, at least five drowned

The video shows the precise moment when the fate of a hundred people is being played out… The floor of a boat crowded with migrants has just collapsed in the middle of the Mediterranean. A humanitarian boat from the NGO Open Arms films the scene. The crew barely had time to distribute life jackets before the tragedy and most of the occupants were subsequently rescued, including children, but at least five people were drowned.The adrift boat had been spotted by a plane from the European agency Frontex and its location had been indicated to the humanitarian boat. But the NGO denounces the inertia of European countries in the central Mediterranean, which it describes as "the largest mass grave in the world".His boat had saved 85 people the day before, who were drifting aboard a badly dama...