Saturday, May 28

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Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.
Excavation begins at the La Paloma mine in Zarza la Mayor to exhume victims of the Civil War
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Excavation begins at the La Paloma mine in Zarza la Mayor to exhume victims of the Civil War

Archive image of technicians working on the exhumation of the Terría mine in Valencia de Alcántara. / TODAYArchaeological work began this past Monday at the 'La Paloma' mine in Zarza la Mayor (Cáceres) to exhume victims of the Civil War. There are at least 20 bodies in this "place of horror", but "there may be many more", as revealed this Saturday at the VII Regional Conference on Democratic Memory, organized by the PSOE of Extremadura and held in this caceres town. The Aranzadi entity is in charge of carrying out these archaeological works to exhume the possible bodies deposited in this mass grave during the Civil War. The announcement of the beginning of these works has been made by the mayor of Zarza la Mayor, Vanesa Montero, who has described as shameful that the bodies are still ...
Bolsonaro cuts 2,600 million in education and health to raise the salary of the Police
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Bolsonaro cuts 2,600 million in education and health to raise the salary of the Police

The president of Brazil intends to increase the salaries of police officers by 5% five months before the next presidential elections Less education, science and health and more police. The government of Brazil plans to cut more than €2.6 billion (the equivalent of 13,500 million Brazilian reals) from the education, science, technology and health budgets and redirect these resources to increase the salaries of the Federal police. The Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro, thus intends to fulfill a promise he made during the campaign for the previous elections, as the newspaper 'O Globo' has advanced. And to do it five months before the next presidential elections, in which the far-right leader will face the leader o...
Meringues and ‘reds’ storm Paris
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Meringues and ‘reds’ storm Paris

Fans enjoying the Trophy Experience in Paris. / Christophe Petit Tesson (Efe)Champions League FinalThe fans of Real Madrid and Liverpool invade the streets of the French capital with the dream of taking home the 'orejona'OSCAR BELLOT Special envoy to Paris Saturday, May 28, 2022, 10:19 Paris woke up this Saturday dyed white and red. Hordes of Real Madrid and Liverpool fans stormed the streets of the French capital on Friday to attend the Champions League grand final. The most important game of the year has turned the French metropolis into a branch divided between two of the liveliest parishes on the continent, w...
the war in Ukraine turns Istanbul into the new iron curtain
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the war in Ukraine turns Istanbul into the new iron curtain

Today is an important day, but Yörük's nerves do not attack him because what he is going to do in a while he has already done a thousand times. He is calm, sitting, waiting for the freighter makes the route what is supposed to Nothing will go wrong because everything is under control. "Today I have come to look for a Russian merchant that makes the route in a northerly direction. Departed from Sevastopol, Crimeaand transited the Bosphorus towards the Mediterranean in early May, carrying wheat stolen from Ukraine. First, the crew had marked the final destination as Alexandria, in Egypt. But it was a lie: he was going to Syria. Now go back to the Black Sea, to...
Monuments that survive due to the rebellion of the people of Cáceres
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Monuments that survive due to the rebellion of the people of Cáceres

The decree of the Cortes of Cádiz on May 26, 1813 was forceful: "The councils of all the towns will proceed by themselves and without causing any damage, to remove and demolish all the signs of vassalage that are in their entrances, chapter houses, or any other places, since the towns of the Spanish Nation do not recognize or They will never recognize any other lordship than that of the Nation itself, and that their noble pride will not suffer to have in sight a continuous reminder of their humiliation. This meant that councils had to destroy signs of vassalage such as scrolls and pillory. In the province of Cáceres, this order was ignored and, thanks to this, Cáceres is one of the provinces in Spain where more jurisdictional rolls have been preserved. Juan de la Vega Fernández in his ...
Nearly 1,800 companies opt for the SME of the Year Award from Banco Santander and the Chamber of Spain
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Nearly 1,800 companies opt for the SME of the Year Award from Banco Santander and the Chamber of Spain

A total of 1,766 companies are eligible for the 2022 SME of the Year Award, the benchmark award for the business world in Spain, which is organized annually by Banco Santander and the Spanish Chamber of Commerce, and aims to highlight the work of small and medium-sized companies companies as generators of wealth and creators of employment. The SME Award recognizes essential aspects of the contribution to society and the economy of SMEs, which make up 99.8% of the business fabric of Spain: job creation, with special attention to permanent employment; promotion of talent through training; international activity, focusing on the evolution of exports and the opening to new markets; innovation and digitization initiatives and socially responsible projects. Madrid with 125 registered com...
The D Day in front of the new demons
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The D Day in front of the new demons

In just over a week it will be 78 years since the allied landing of June 6, 1944 on the beaches of Normandy. Was the beginning of the defeat of Nazi Germanythe evil empire that shook the foundations of Europe during the WWII. Caen, Cherbourg, Saint-Lô and other cities close to the battle were destroyed by the aircraft of the good ones. Between 15,000 and 20,000 French civilians died at the start of their country's liberation. The museums, the bunkers on the beaches and the cemeteries with thousands of dead young people remain. The memory remains in streets and squares, like the exciting one of the Bayeux Deportees. The flame of the struggle is maintained in t...
The mother of the author of the Uvalde massacre believes that “he had his reasons”
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The mother of the author of the Uvalde massacre believes that “he had his reasons”

Ramos posted a self-portrait taken in front of a mirror on his social networks. / AfpEveryone would like to know what went through his head, but Adriana Martínez Reyes asks that "please, do not judge him"No one can think of what motives Salvador Ramos might have for buying a couple of assault rifles and shooting up an 8- to 10-year-old boy he found at an elementary school. Except for his mother, Adriana Martínez Reyes. Intercepted by Televisa cameras at the exit of a church where she was seeking consolation, the woman apologized to the families of the children killed by her son. "Forgive me, forgive my son, I know he has his reasons," she said with a trembling voice and red eyes. In looking deep into the soul of her society, Americans blame lax gun laws, poor police performance, poo...
Guatemala prevents shellfish fishing after a red tide that has left 4 dead
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Guatemala prevents shellfish fishing after a red tide that has left 4 dead

Animals have been affected by their exposure to algae that contain toxins Guatemalan authorities declared this Friday a temporary ban on shellfish fishing along the Pacific Ocean coastline due to a red tide that was detected earlier this month and that has already left four dead in the Central American country. The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food (MAGA) reported this Friday on its official channels that it declared a ban on fishing shells, mussels, oysters and clams in said ocean, as they are possibly toxic for consumption. According to said portfolio, the ban took effect this ...
“What I keep quiet I will not tell even to San Pedro”
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“What I keep quiet I will not tell even to San Pedro”

Jaime Penafiel.Jaime Peñafiel, journalist"His son first throws the king emeritus out of the house and then he scolds him, I think he thought 'if I know I won't come,'" he saysIn a couple of weeks (June 11) he will be 90 years old. And he almost feels guilty about reaching that happy age, "despite having the sword of Damocles on him." Because Jaime Peñafiel faces what he calls "the last decade of my life" convinced that he only has two or three years left. "And, except for Carmen, my wife, who would be left a widow, I don't care, because I've already done everything and I've lived it all," he says. What he does not want is to reach a centenary. "The longer you live, the more alone you remain. The other day I saw a note on 'ABC' of a man who had died at the age of 105, and his wife,...