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Irene Montero allocates € 70,000 to a translation service that includes Bulgarian and Romanian

Irene Montero allocates € 70,000 to a translation service that includes Bulgarian and Romanian

The Ministry of Equality that directs Irene Montero has allocated just over 70,000 euros to hiring a translation service that includes, among other languages, Romanian or Bulgarian. This is stated in the file consulted by OKDIARIO, where the social-communist government justifies this expense by the “international activity” of the Secretary of State for Equality and …

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Taliban prohibit women from working at Ghazni radio stations

Taliban prohibit women from working at Ghazni radio stations

The news taliban authorities women have been banned from working as broadcasters and in any other position on radio stations in Ghanzni province, southeastern Afghanistan. In addition, they have banned music from these stations, according to the Afghan news agency Pajhwok. This same Saturday a religious edict that orders the suspension of joint education for …

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Venezuelan opposition leaders return from exile

Venezuelan opposition leaders return from exile

The truce that the negotiations between Chavismo and the opposition in Mexico entail is encouraging the return to Venezuela of opposition leaders who remained in exile. The government of Nicolás Maduro is allowing his return due to the heating of the electoral landscape before the elections of governors and mayors that will be held in …

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Renfe goes international: acquires 50% of the capital of the Czech railway company Leo Express

Renfe will expand its train offer by 8% for this weekend due to the rebound in national tourism

Renfe has acquired 50% of the capital of the Czech railway company Leo Express, which operates services in different Central European countries. The operation, which has the authorization of the Ministry of Finance and is part of the internationalization process of the Spanish operator, constitutes a strategic business opportunity for Renfe, which seeks to establish …

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This is what Afghanistan was like before the Taliban seized power in the 1990s and imposed Sharia law

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Even if Afghanistan It was never an idyllic and egalitarian country, it did have better times than under the control of the Taliban. The Asian country became the quintessential hippie destination during the 1970s and approved women’s suffrage before the United States. Before the arrival of the Taliban, the women they could dress however they …

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British Airways cancels its flights to Cancun due to the increase in coronavirus cases in Mexico

British Airways cancels its flights to Cancun due to the increase in coronavirus cases in Mexico

The airline British Airways will suspend flights from United Kingdom towards the resort of Cancun from August 15 until September 30, which will cause Mexico to stop receiving 15.1 million dollars, the Mexican Ministry of Tourism reported this Friday. The airline’s decision was adopted after the United Kingdom Government included Mexico in its “red list” …

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Brussels hopes to resume the negotiation of the nuclear pact after resuming contacts with Iran

Brussels hopes to resume the negotiation of the nuclear pact after resuming contacts with Iran

The European Union trusts that Iran will return to the negotiating table on the nuclear pact as soon as a new government is formed after the inauguration last Thursday of Ebrahim Raisí as the country’s new president. The international community had doubts about the intentions of the ultra-conservative Raisí in relation to the negotiations started …

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Why use incense at home and how to choose the right one

Why use incense at home and how to choose the right one

Have you ever used incense at home? If the answer is no, you should know that there are many good reasons that will make you decide to use it from now on, so let’s find out what they are and also, how to choose the right incense. Why use incense at home and how to …

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The best phrases to congratulate on International Friendship Day 2021

The best phrases to congratulate on International Friendship Day 2021

This July 30 is celebrated International Friendship Day 2021, which since 2011 is a holiday officially recognized by the United Nations General Assembly, based on the World Friendship Crusade, founded in 1958. We are going to see some of the best phrases to congratulate on this day where we must learn to value our friendships …

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Incus Capital lends 112 million to Aedas to build 1,300 rental homes

Incus Capital lends 112 million to Aedas to build 1,300 rental homes

The real estate developer Aedas Homes has closed a financing agreement with the investment company Incus Capital for 112 million euros to strengthen its strategy for the construction of rental homes (known in the real estate market as build to rent). With this alliance, the company opens a new alternative financing route. This agreement will …

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Macron was spied not with Pegasus but with UAE’s DarkMatter software

Macron was spied not with Pegasus but with UAE's DarkMatter software

The french president Emmanuel Macron he was not spied on by the software Pegasus nor by the Moroccan intelligence services, as reported this Thursday by several Spanish and international newspapers. To spy on Macron another software called DarkMatter, manufactured by a United Arab Emirates company, Edge Group, and purchased by the French DGSE (Directorate General …

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Terror and impunity against the Garifuna of Honduras

Terror and impunity against the Garifuna of Honduras

Miriam Miranda He does not give up in his struggle to clarify what happened to four Garifuna activists who a year ago were violently disappeared by police in the Caribbean community of Triunfo de la Cruz, in Honduras. This Honduran activist, defender of the rights of the Garífuna populations of the Central American country, demands …

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Mosques closed, shrines destroyed in the “new Xinjiang”

Mosques closed, shrines destroyed in the "new Xinjiang"

On the winding streets of Xinjiang’s old city of Kashgar, groups of Han tourists – the majority ethnic group in China – wearing visors, cameras and cell phones crowd to take selfies around the next building on their itinerary. A portico flanked by two towers -two minarets-, both broken. “This,” explains the guide, “used to …

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More impunity. Pedro Sánchez will take his wife to …

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The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, plans to make an official tour of Egypt, Kenya and South Africa accompanied by his wife, Begoña Gomez, according to diplomatic sources reveal Vozpópuli. It so happens that Gómez is the director of the Africa Center that the Instituto de Empresa (IE) launched in August 2018. The announcement …

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There are many more worlds the size of Earth than previously believed

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Astronomers at NASA’s Ames Research Center conducted a new investigation where they confirmed that Earth-sized exoplanets are more common than previously thought. As they indicated in their conclusions, there could be twice as many rocky exoplanets in binary systems that are obscured by the glare of their parent stars. Discovery of extrasolar planets In the …

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Health | Medical schools reject the concept of obstetric violence and say it does not exist in Spain – El Salto

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It does not conform to reality and criminalizes professionals. This is how the General Council of Official Medical Associations (CGCOM) has pronounced in a press release after a series of talks by the Women’s Institute on sexual and reproductive health on Friday, July 9, some meetings that the Ministry of Equality places as a starting …

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Spanish renewables suffer on the stock market the US tariffs on wind towers

Spanish renewables suffer on the stock market the US tariffs on wind towers

The renewables from the Spanish Stock Exchange decreases are noted in the session this Tuesday, after knowing that The US will impose tariffs to companies in the export sector of wind towers. The biggest punishment is for Siemens Gamesa, whose shares lead the cuts in the Ibex 35. The US International Trade Administration has decided …

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Haiti does not mourn its president

Haiti does not mourn its president

Of all the problems that plague Clena Dival, the assassination of its president is the least important. Sitting in a miserable section of the street in the Delmas neighborhood next to her business, a basket loaded with products that seem to be hygienic: deodorants, toothpastes, soaps, aspirin, nail polish … The 62-year-old grandmother has been …

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Tsunami warning after a major earthquake in northeast Japan

Tsunami warning after a major earthquake in northeast Japan

An earthquake of magnitude 7.2 on Ritcher’s open scale shook northeastern Japan today, prompting the Japanese authorities to declare the tsunami warning in Miyagi Prefecture. The earthquake occurred at 18:09 local time on Saturday (9.09 GMT), with epicenter in the sea off the coast of Miyagi and about 60 kilometers deep, according to the Japan …

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More than 50,000 people call for a US military intervention in Cuba

More than 50,000 people call for a US military intervention in Cuba

Cubans have taken to the streets this Sunday to protest against the Castro dictatorship. A spontaneous movement that has taken by surprise Diaz Canel, the replacement for dictators Fidel and Raúl Castro. Now, more than 50,000 have signed a petition addressed to US President Joe Biden in the face of a military intervention in Cuba. …

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Jihadism seeps into Niger through the hole of poverty

Jihadism seeps into Niger through the hole of poverty

Since leaving Niamey, the capital of Niger, the three vehicles have been speeding down a narrow asphalt road. Stopping is forbidden, too risky. A government team is on board in the direction of Abala, in the north of Tillabéri, the epicenter of jihadist violence that spreads across the Sahel and that alone in this country …

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Morocco simmers its revenge against Sánchez

Morocco simmers its revenge against Sánchez

Morocco has not yet responded with facts to what it considers an intolerable affront on the part of the Government of Spain: the hospitalization in Logroño of Brahim Ghali, leader of the Polisario Front, against whom, as reported by OKDIARIO, there is a complaint for rape. For now, Rabat has limited itself to qualifying as …

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Bolivia accuses former Argentine president Mauricio Macri of collaborating with the removal of Evo Morales

Bolivia accuses former Argentine president Mauricio Macri of collaborating with the removal of Evo Morales

The president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, apologized to the Government and the people of Bolivia for a shipment of riot-fighting ammunition that his predecessor, Mauricio Macri, made to the Bolivian Government of Jeanine Añez, in November 2019. The country sent a consignment of material that can only be interpreted as a reinforcement of the capacity …

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The lottery of the house from which El Chapo ran away

The lottery of the house from which El Chapo ran away

Apparently, as they would say in Mexico: the house has “no joke.” A white facade with a black grille, from which palm trees appear. One floor, two bedrooms, living room, dining room, garage. “Seven minutes from the Culiacán park,” reads the dilapidated government announcement that has tried to auction it off for years. The price: …

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This is Yemen’s ‘hell pit’ that baffles geologists

This is Yemen's 'hell pit' that baffles geologists

Yemen is a bicontinental country, located in Africa and the Middle East. With a population of 29.3 million, it is divided into four geographic regions: the western coastal mesa, the eastern mountains, the western mountains, and the Rub al-Khali, the largest sand desert in the world. Well, 1,300 kilometers east of Sana’a, the capital of …

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Biden Announces an Agreement between Democrats and Republicans to Advance the Infrastructure Plan in the US

Biden Announces an Agreement between Democrats and Republicans to Advance the Infrastructure Plan in the US

Agreement between the US Democrats and Republicans to approve the infrastructure plan, one of the pillars of President Joe Biden’s economic program. A group of ten senators, five from each party, reached a budget-cut framework agreement on Wednesday night that sets aside part of the original text – investment in social programs and the fight …

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The UN defend decision to change legislation in 2024

Of the four fundamental interactions, gravitation is the dominant at astronomical length scales. Gravity effects are cumulative; by contrast, the effects of positive and negative charges tend to cancel one another, making electromagnetism relatively insignificant on astronomical length scales. The remaining two interactions, the weak and strong nuclear forces, decline very rapidly with distance; their …

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President returns from visit to Europe amidst law investigations

By astronomical convention, the four seasons can be determined by the solstices—the points in the orbit of maximum axial tilt toward or away from the Sun—and the equinoxes, when Earth rotational axis is aligned with its orbital axis. In the Northern Hemisphere, winter solstice currently occurs around 21 December; summer solstice is near 21 June, …

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Trial begins in London as first day of evidence is rejected

There are a number of different theories and hypotheses regarding early state formation that seek generalizations to explain why the state developed in some places but not others. Other scholars believe that generalizations are unhelpful and that each case of early state formation should be treated on its own. Voluntary contend groups theories of people …

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Flights suspended amidst tourist overcrowding in European cities

During the late 16th century it became fashionable for young European aristocrats and wealthy upper-class men to travel to significant European cities as part of their education in the arts and literature. This was known as the Grand Tour, it included cities such as London, Paris, Venice, Florence and Rome. However, The French revolution brought …

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Alternative and natural medicine purchases increase amidst factory scandal

There are a number of different theories and hypotheses regarding early state formation that seek generalizations to explain why the state developed in some places but not others. Other scholars believe that generalizations are unhelpful and that each case of early state formation should be treated on its own. Voluntary contend groups theories of people …

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The history of city dwelling and how materialism fooled us all

Cream skimmed from milk may be called “sweet cream” to distinguish it from cream skimmed from whey, a by-product of cheese-making. Whey cream has a lower fat content and tastes more salty, tangy and “cheesy”. In many countries, cream is usually sold partially fermented: sour cream, crème fraîche, and so on. Both forms have many …

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