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Rebellious passengers put flight safety at risk, authorities say

This is how flight attendants learn self-defense 0:41 (CNN) -- Federal authorities want passengers to know that thousands of violent attacks on commercial flights are not only a problem for flight attendants, but they distract pilots from keeping the plane safe. In a public service video first posted on CNN on Tuesday, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says: "You don't want your pilots to be distracted. Rebellious behavior doesn't fly." The FAA says the dramatic video features actual recordings of flight crews informing air traffic controllers of emergency situations in the passenger cabin, interspersed with audios of clashes that have occurred during flights, which continue to appear in social network...
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This is how the drums of the Champions League draw remain

Thirty-two applicants make up the group stage. EFE Thirty-two applicants, who will be divided into eight groups of four, begin the course of the sixty-seventh edition of the Champions League with destination final at the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg, and whose configuration will be established on Thursday, in the Istanbul draw. ...
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The routine, your best educational ally

María DoThere are few days until September arrives, the month of the return to the routine. Gone are the summer months, without fixed schedules, without activities planned to the fingertips, without homework ... A few months in which we have been more flexible and we have allowed ourselves to “flow” more, we have also allowed the little ones to do it. ...
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nursing staff resign overwhelmed

Fauci's prediction about covid-19 3:19 (CNN) -- Earlier this month, Nichole Atherton, a Mississippi ICU nurse, resigned, exhausted by the stress, young patients and preventable deaths that overwhelmed state hospitals during the Covid-19 pandemic. "It seems heroic," Atherton of Singing River Ocean Springs Hospital told CNN. "But it's not what it is. It's sweaty and hard and chaotic and bloody. And it's hard to live in the middle of this every day and then go home and live a normal life." Mississippi now has at least 2,000 fewer nurses than at the beginning of the year, according to the Mississippi Hospital Association's Center for Quality and Workforce. The staff shortage adds to mounting pressure on the sta...
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This is the amount of money I will receive for delaying retirement | Economy

The pension reform approved by the Council of Ministers yesterday has as one of its main objectives the increase of the effective retirement age, that is, the average to which most people retire, which is currently 64 and a half years old. The intention of the Executive is bring it closer to the legal retirement age, which is 66 years, but that will gradually increase until 67 in 2027 (This was established in the reform that the Government of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero agreed with the social agents). To achieve this objective of increasing the real retirement age, the new law will increase the penalties for those who decide to advance their retirement, but, in turn, it will also raise the bonuses for professionals who decide to continue working. Specifically, the aforementioned bonu...
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“Use your £ 11bn climate fund to pay for family planning,” UK said | Global development

The UK government has been urged to open its pot of £ 11bn of climate funds to contraception, as research from low-income countries shows a link between poor access to reproductive health services and environmental damage.In a letter to Alok Sharma, president of the UN Cop26 climate conference, an alliance of more than 60 NGOs has called for funding eligibility rules to be changed to allow projects related to removing barriers to reproductive health and girls' education access to climate funds. .Bethan Cobley, director of MSI Reproductive Choices, one of the organizers of the letter, said: “Billions are now allocated to climate finance, adaptation and resilience. We hear loud and clear from communities, women and our clients who are most affected by the climate crisis that what they r...
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Afghanistan: Western countries issue terrorism warning for Kabul airport

Britain, the United States and Australia have issued urgent warnings calling on their citizens to move away from Kabul airport as quickly as possible due to "terrorist" threats. It occurs when thousands of people gather there in the hope of fleeing the country that fell to the Taliban.All three countries issued very specific and nearly identical warnings simultaneously overnight from Wednesday to Thursday."There is a constant and high threat of terrorist attack. Do not travel to Kabul's Hamid Karzai International Airport. If you are in the airport area, move to a safe place and wait for more advice," reads the new UK government advice.On Thursday, Australia urged its citizens in Afghanistan not to travel to Kabul airport, citing a "very high threat of a terrorist attack."The US embassy...
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Telemundo reveals more couples for ‘Así Se Baila’

More couples in 'Así se Baila'. Photo: Telemundo / Courtesy A few weeks after its beginning, Telemundo reveals more couples that will participate in 'This is how you dance'. Who is it? Here we tell you. We already announce the first 5 of the 10 celebrity couples that will participate in the new reality of Telemundo, and 4 more were revealed today. Just left one still in mystery… Because? Although the reasons have not been officially given, there are two versions: one that the work visa would not have been issued yet, and the other is that it would not have been chosen. But going back to the couples that were announced today, you will be surprised with one in particular, that of singers Jennifer Peña and Obbie Bermudez, who were very famous i...
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‘Jurassic World’ and Jennifer Lopez shine at CinemaCon

'Jurassic World: Dominion' y 'Marry Me', Jennifer López's comedy with Maluma, shone this Wednesday at the Universal studio event at CinemaCon, the most important business meeting on the big screen, which is being held this week in Las Vegas (USA). The sixth installment of the successful and very popular Jurassic saga today showed its first images with a clip that, for now, has not been made public on the internet and that will remain a CinemaCon secret. ...