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Madí had great influence in the Interior

The Civil Guard maintains that the exalted position of CDC and businessman David Madí showed to have a great capacity of influence in the Ministry of the Interior, where he foresaw that Miquel Buch would "pass them whores" and would have to "help him a lot" and warned his successor, Miquel Sàmper, that the whole team was his. This is what the armed institute points out in the reports sent to the head of the examining court number 1 of Barcelona in the case regarding the alleged diversion of public funds to pay for the expenses of Carles Puigdemont in Waterloo, for which Madí was arrested last week along with other members of the procés "staff", such ...
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Those who have not yet voted

In both New York and New Jersey we are electing President and Vice President and all our Representatives in the National Congress. Photo: David Dee Delgado / Getty Images In this historic electoral process that will end tomorrow, November 3, I am one of those who voted in advance. I did it last Monday, in Queens, after a two and a half hour wait that was very tolerable due to the satisfaction of seeing so many people determined to vote. And because many of those people belonged to our community. We will have to wait for all the votes to be counted to find out how many Hispanics and Hispanics voted in advance, but I suspect there are a lot of us. A recent poll by NBC News, the Wall Street Journal, and the Telemundo network indicated that 54% ...
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Restaurant workers fear COVID flight attendant will lower tips

Rosie the Riveter (Rosie the Riveter) was the star of the campaign to recruit women workers for the defense industry during World War II. With a similar image, Elena the essential worker, restaurant workers and activists asked yesterday in front of the mayor's office the need, more pressing than ever, that those who receive tips also have the full minimum wage in the city, $ 15 an hour. The image of the waitress Elena is a reminder for voters and citizens to remember essential workers and that the people who are serving them inside the restaurants will have to ask and insist that customers wear the mask and keep the safe distances at the same time that they need these people to leave their tips. Workers regret hearing sexist and aggressive comments from customers when reminde...
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Christmas without horseback riding or PIN … How will the children take it?

It happened with the summer festivities ... And, although there is still a calendar ahead, the threat of the virus has already forced the suspension of some Christmas appointments. There will be no parade of arrival of the Olentzero, nor parade of Kings, nor PIN, although municipalities such as Bilbao have not completely closed the option to enjoy Christmas: «We are thinking of a different plan (...). Our intention is to offer something to the girls and boys of Bilbao ”, pointed out Juan Mari Aburto.More than one mother and father will have put their hands to their heads thinking about the illusion of the little ones at this time. Do not panic. The truth is that it is possible that both for children and adults this Christmas will mean "a drastic change" in several aspects. Why? Despi...
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A computer scientist from Waterloo, key in the diversion of funds with cryptocurrencies

The judge investigating the diversion of public funds to the process attributes to computer science Former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, through cryptocurrencies, and in the creation of a "digital republic" to bypass state controls. As stated in a report from the Civil Guard sent to the head of the examining court number 1 of Barcelona, ​​Joaquín Aguirre, the investigated Jaume Cabaní would have obtained resources from the Catalan Sports Proselections Platform from public subsidies that would have been used to pay for Puigdemont's activities. According to the summary of t...
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A computer scientist in Waterloo diverted the funds

The judge investigating the diversion of public funds to the process attributes to computer science Former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, through cryptocurrencies, and in the creation of a "digital republic" to bypass state controls. As stated in a report from the Civil Guard sent to the head of the examining court number 1 of Barcelona, ​​Joaquín Aguirre, the investigated Jaume Cabaní would have obtained resources from the Catalan Sports Proselections Platform from public subsidies that would have been used to pay for Puigdemont's activities. According to the summary of t...
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The anguish of a ‘Tepesiano’ in New York: “These elections could mark the end of my life”

With the arrival of Election Day 2020, moments of anxiety are also triggered for the Salvadoran Joaquín Guimardo, 52, who has “clearly understood” that an eventual re-election of President Donald Trump could mean, in the term of a few months, a great abyss: the loss of his immigration status, a deportation order and consequently separation from his family. In conclusion, as he himself sums up, "the end of his whole life." Joaquín, who came to New York in 1989, is just one of the 400,000 immigrants nationwide who suffer the 'sentence' which means that the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program for immigrants from El Salvador, Nicaragua, Sudan and Haiti be removed completely. “I came over 20 years ago fleeing a war. Here I started a gardening company, here I had my two daugh...
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9 healthy desserts you can make with avocado

The avocado is a food that keeps us satiated for a long time and helps us take care of our cholesterol for its content of vegetable oils, monounsaturated fats, Omega 3 and oleic acid. If you like avocado and you also want prepare healthy desserts that do not harm your diet, these 9 recipes proposed by Vitonic they can help you give it a more prominent role in your diet. The consumption of avocado is very beneficial for health, so it is recommended that it be part of our diet. Source: Unsplash1. Avocado brownie Brownie is one of the most desired and loved desserts by all, but most of the time it is prepared it is not healthy. However, this changes when we do avocado-based brownies. What you should consider is that avocado occupies the role of butter in this recipe, and this...
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The fight of a Hispanic woman with cancer in the middle of a pandemic and without knowing English

The challenges that cancer patients have to face are compounded not only by the disease, but also by the risks they may be exposed to due to the coronavirus. For Monica Jannett Maciel Garibay, a Hispanic woman who received her cancer diagnosis amid the pandemic, fear of contracting covid-19 it is something that is present at all times. In July, this 45-year-old California resident went to the hospital with an infection in one of her breasts, but it turned out to be breast cancer. On a visit tol University of California Riverside Health System Medical Center She had to cope with receiving her diagnosis alone due to the current visitor restrictions that the pandemic has brought with it. The nurse friend It was at that moment that he met María Ludi, a bilingual nurse and cancer s...
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Compromís seeks to negotiate the tax reform and the PSPV closes to raise taxes

Deputies of the Botànic parties with those of the opposition, in a plenary session of the Cortes. EFE The tax reform that Compromís wants to promote for the 2021 budgets and that has the support of Unides Podem, but that the Consell has not included in the Accompaniment Law because the Socialists seek to win the support of Citizens, is still going to be talked about . The game begins to play now that the budgets have reached the Cortes and the period of amendments to improve them opens. The coalition wants to sit down this week to negotiate with the PSPV to try to include in the final accounts that will be a...
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