Sunday, April 18

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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.
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Hilda Krüger, the spy that the Nazis sent to Mexico for support to invade the Soviet Union (and who dazzled the country’s elites)

Boris Miranda (@ivanbor)BBC World News7 minutesImage source, Juan Alberto Cedillo ArchiveCaption, The German woman managed to connect with Mexican political elites.He tried without much success to be a Hollywood star, but at the same time he managed to dazzle high-ranking Mexican politicians.Hilda Krüger was not only an actress, she was also a spy who collaborated with the Nazis in Mexico, supported by none other than Joseph Goebbels, Adolf Hitler's minister for Public Illustration and Propaganda.His goal was no less: to help Germany have access to abundant Mexican oil and other resources for its plan to invade the Soviet Union."She was mediocre in acting, but she was very skilled at conquering the upper class of that time," says Juan Alberto Cedillo, historian and author of the book "...
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5 things undocumented immigrants should know about financial aid in New York

Some immigrants will be able to get at least $ 3,200 in aid. Photo: Bermix Studio / Unsplash The New York Department of Labor continues in the process to implement the Excluded Workers Fund, which will award up to $ 15,600 to undocumented immigrants who lost their jobs during the California pandemic. COVID-19. The project was integrated into the New York State Budget, enacted for fiscal year 2022, which mandates the creation of the $ 2.1 billion program to provide the payments in cash to those who do not benefit from unemployment insurance, due to their immigration status. "Such workers must be low-income and provide sufficient documentation to establish work-related eligibility and residency in the state.", indicates the Department of Labor in a...
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HLA Alicante falls on a gray day

HLA Alicante had one of its grayest days in Valladolid against a rival who took good advantage of the thickness of the Alicante team throughout the game. Pedro Rivero's team could not add its fifth consecutive victory and certify its qualification for the "play-off" in a clash dominated from start to finish by the pucelano painting. Lucentum found no solutions either inside or outside against a rival who took revenge for the overwhelming defeat they suffered in Alicante. Without success and giving facilities in defense to Valladolid, the defeat was more than fair. This time neither Pitts nor Urtasun could become their te...
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Ayuso answers Gabilondo that he talks about Sánchez because he is the candidate and the one who decides “the lies” to tell

Isabel Díaz Ayuso, during her event in Las Rozas. EFE The president of the Community of Madrid and PP candidate for re-election, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has answered the PSOE candidate, Ángel Gabilondo, who has reproached him for only talking about the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, who does so because "he is the candidate of Madrid." "How can we not conti...
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“There is homophobia in sport and in water polo”

Victor Gutierrez, Terrassa water polo player and LGTBI rights activist, tearfully denounced that a rival called a "fag" twice at Terrassa-Sabadell. Initially, the Spanish international had not wanted to reveal the name of the one who had insulted him, but when he did not receive an apology from Sabadell or the player he has indicated Nemanja Ubovic. In his first interview after the incident, he recounts his experiences and reflects on homophobia in sport and how it can contribute to ending this scourge. He burst into tears of rage when he related it. How are you now? I am much calmer, more relaxed, on Saturday it is true that a lot of thing...
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The secret ingredient in chocolate that makes it so tasty (fermented cocoa microbes)

Caitlin ClarkThe Conversation*12 minutesImage source, Getty ImagesCaption, ¡Irresistible!Whether baked into chips in a cookie, melted into a warm sweet drink, or molded into a bunny shape, chocolate is one of the most widely consumed foods in the world.But even the greatest chocolate lovers may not be aware that this ancient food has something in common with kimchi and kombucha: its flavor comes from fermentation. The familiar chocolate flavor is produced by tiny microorganisms that help transform raw chocolate ingredients into that divine and complex end product. In their laboratories in Peru, Belgium and even Ivory CoastSelf-proclaimed chocolate scientists (like myself) work to understand how fermentation changes the taste of chocolate. And sometimes we create artificial fermentations...
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Second “master” victory for the debutant Acosta in Portimao

The Spanish Pedro Acosta (KTM) has achieved his second consecutive victory, with just 16 years and as a debutant in the Moto3 world championship, by achieving a "master's" triumph in the Grand Prix of Portugal from the category, which has been held at the Portimao circuit. Acosta waited for the right moment on the last lap to ov...