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Pilar Enériz | When it comes to leading a healthy life, we all know what we should do, or at least it sounds familiar to us ... Do sports, sleep at least 8 hours, have a varied and balanced diet with a high presence of vegetables, fruits, legumes, dairy, etc. We are faced with a new reality in which we are increasingly concerned about our health. Today, the immune system takes more relevance among the population, specifically 74% of people over 35 years of age are very concerned about having a strong immune system. The immune system is in charge of defending our body from infections or foreign substances. It is made up of a complex network of cells, tissues and organs that...

Oxfam identifies 740 Ibex subsidiaries on its list of “tax havens”

The good news is that Ibex-35 companies are reducing the number of subsidiaries in tax havens. The bad news is that the other 27 companies of the Ibex 35 still have 740 subsidiaries in low tax judgments and, often, opaque for the Spanish treasury, designated as "tax havens" under the criteria of Oxfam-Intermón. This is one of the conclusions of the annual report that the NGO has made public this Tuesday, in which, in addition, it is emphasized that, During the pandemic, companies distributed 9.5 billion euros to their shareholders in the form of dividends. Based on the data collected in the reports filed with the CNMV, Oxfam confirms that the gende...

Lords stop the law with which Boris Johnson can break the Brexit agreement

The House of Lords (Upper) delivered this Monday a political setback to the British prime minister, Conservative Boris Johnson, remove from the controversial Internal Market law the clauses designed to unilaterally break the agreement with the European Union (EU) on the border in Ireland. Johnson can reintroduce those provisions when the text returns to the House of Commons (Lower), expected in early December, although he will face a possible diplomatic conflict with both Brussels and with the president-elect of the United States, Joe Biden. By 433 votes to 165, the elimination ...

Silence, anger and pain in court

The City of Justice of Elche, with about 150 people gathered at the doors of the building to express their rejection of the murder of the official. | ANTONIO AMORÓS Disbelief, anger, helplessness and "deep pain." More than 150 officials, judges, prosecutors, secretaries, lawyers and attorneys gathered yesterday at the gates of the City of Justice of Elche to say their last goodbye to Alicia, the official of the Court of Instruction 8 who was strangled on Friday, by his back, a few meters from the house he shared with his mother in the Elche district of La Hoya. “It's horrible, we don't explain it to ourselves. I can only say that we are devastated and that we loved her very much, because Alicia ...

The director of electoral crimes of the USA resigns after the order of the attorney general to investigate the alleged fraud

Tuesday, 10 November 2020 - 09:01 William Barr instructs all Justice Department prosecutors to investigate alleged irregularities in the past presidential elections prior to the final results US Attorney General William Barr. ELIJAH NEWS / REUTERS US elections. Trump entrenches himself within the walls of the White House US elections. The future of the Trump dynasty, in limbo The director of electoral crimes of the United States Department of Justice, Richard Pilgrim, resigned this Monday night following the order of the attorney general, William Barr, to investigate the alleged fraud in the presidential elections."Having become familiar with the new rule and its ramifications ... unfortunately I must resign my position as director of the Division of Election Crimes," Pilger an...

Ribera Salud has not reported the covid to the mayors for a month

Torrevieja University Hospital. TONY SEVILLA The pressure of the mayors of the health area of Torrevieja allowed in early April the convening of one or two weekly meetings, by the management of the University Hospital, on the evolution of pandemic of covid before the information "hole" to which local administrations were subjected during the first weeks of the pandemic. With some jumps in the periodicity, this commitment has been fulfilled -although it went from two weekly telematic meetings to one, and during the summer period several calls were skipped -. But the management of the concessionaire called the last meeting on October 7 and has no longer reported, as confirmed to I...

Torrevieja suspends the collection of fees to 600 street markets and walks

Torrevieja hosts every Friday one of the largest markets in the Community. TONY SEVILLA More than 600 families are going to take a load off their shoulders: exemption from payment of fees for occupation of public roads for the installation of stalls in the jumble sale -178 euros per linear meter per year - or the annual subscription for 492 euros per linear meter in the market of the hippies of the Paseo de La Libertad. The extraordinary plenary session the City of Torrevieja Yesterday approved the modification of the fiscal ordinance regulating the rate for stalls, barracks, sales booths, kiosks, shows and attractions located on land for public use and street and itinerant indus...

Trump’s legal offensive deflates in court

Donald Trump at the Miami airport during the election campaign. REUTERS Only two days have passed since the media closed Joe Biden's victory over Donald Trump in the United States elections, but it has been enough to highlight the huge differences between the current president and his successor when it comes to tackling the country's most pressing problems. While the Democrat announced his own wartime plan to mobilize all necessary resources against the coronavirus crisis from his first day as president-elect, the Republican continues to ignore a pandemic that is totally out of control to concentrate his efforts on litigating the result of the elections. A judicial strategy that ...

Peru approves the removal of President Martín Vizcarra

The Congress of Peru has approved this Monday by 105 votes in favor, 19 against and 4 abstentions, a motion of censure against the country's president, Martín Vizcarra, "for permanent moral incapacity," Due to the latest episodes of a corruption scheme for which he would have received 2.3 million soles (about 543,000 euros) in exchange for public works contracts when he served as governor of Moquegua between 2011 and 2014. It's about the second motion of censure faced by Vizcarra in the last two months, after the previous one, presented for an alleged crime of influence peddling within the so-called 'Richard Swing' case, was rejected by Congress. ...

Armenia agrees with Russia and Azerbaijan for a ceasefire in Nagorno Karabakh

The Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinian, announced this Monday that it has signed a declaration with the governments of Russia and Azerbaijan to reach as of this Tuesday which will be the fourth ceasefire in Nagorno Karabakh, since hostilities began again at the end of September. Pashinian has communicated through his Facebook account that "the text of the declaration is incredibly painful "for the Armenian people, but it has made the decision "as a result of an in-depth analysis of the military situation" and "based on the belief that this is the best solution." "It is n...