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Elections with heavy police custody passed normal in New York City

The last day of the 2020 elections in the New York City, at least until press time, it was one of absolute peace on the streets of the five boroughs of the Big Apple. In the neighborhood of Lower East Side, in Manhattan, when the Puerto Rican Margi Rodríguez arrived at her polling place, she tried to describe to The newspaper how he saw the election day: "People look calm, everything looks normal, but there is a lot of nervousness." Margi, 65, has lived in the neighborhood of 'Loisaida' and he preferred to wait until Tuesday to vote because he wanted to experience the emotion of the "same day" as always. Although he presumed, as "he has seen in the news", that the final results of this election could "take days." “I know that many people are very anxious about these results. ...
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Can Coconut Oil Benefit Weight Loss? Find out what the experts say

Coconut oil is associated with benefits to accelerate the burning of body fat, fights the appetite and is a good ally to strengthen the immune system. Photo: Image by moho01 on Pixabay / Pixabay In recent years everything has been said about the consumption of coconut oil, the truth is that natural food have taken on a special relevance and to the degree that they are considered a gThey are a nutritional and medicinal ally. Today we know that coconut oil is known a long list of benefits that go from keep skin soft, to reduce blood sugar levels and that is why it is associated with great healthy properties. Quite contrary to what was once thought, coconut oil is a good ally to promote weight loss and that is why it is currently an important part...
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The indecisive vote of Asians, a rising minority in America

PABLO SCARPELLINILos ngeles Wednesday, 4 November 2020 - 03:46 They are almost 6% of the population and could hurt Trump's aspirations in decisive states such as Ohio, Arizona or Pennsylvania. In these elections they lean towards the Democratic blue, according to a poll Several people queue to vote at a polling station in the Bronx, New York. DAVID DEE DELGADO AFPThey have been a traditionally ignored vote, but that is beginning to change. its exponential growth in the last two decades it has given them unprecedented visibility in the face of the polls. Since 2000, the population of Asian origin in the United States has grown by 70% to 20 million people. Or what is the same, almost a 6% of the population, with twice the number of registered voters since the beginning of the 21st c...
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Without parties or crowds due to COVID-19, New York candidates awaited electoral results

Meetings, parties and rallies between friends, family and supporters of the candidates who aspire to political positions, have always been part of the protocol of the closure of the election days in New York City. But this time, in the elections on Tuesday, November 3, and due to the new regulations implemented to prevent the increase in infections from the COVID-19, including the crowds, the script changed. Music, excitement, food and even something to drink and calm the nerves, which used to be part of the environment around waiting for results in bars, discos, lounges, hotels and community organizations, where voters and candidates for popularly elected positions met, this time it was not the common denominator. In the Big Apple, candidates Those who aspired to be reelecte...
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Celia Villalobos’ disgust in ‘Masterchef Celebrity’

The pressure between the pouts causes friction that, if the character of the affected people worsens, can lead to fights. And if Celia Villalobos explodes, let her opponents from 'Masterchef Celebrity' tremble. It is true that politics tend to seek the mouth assiduously and her outbursts are like champagne, they last very little, but this time the tension took her to the limit and she almost caused an earthquake because her adversary was the earthquake. The one from Alcorcón is a bundle of nerves that is funny until it saturates. In the outdoor test, which was held on the farm of chef Mario Sandoval, tribute was paid to the toilets who have put and continue to put their health in danger to fight the pandemic. And there the conflict originated. Juanjo Ballesta, Flo, Ainhoa ​​Arteta ...
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What really happens to your body when you “detox” with juices

Photo: Polina Tankilevitch / Pexels The “detox” dietas with juices that promise remove toxins of your system are very popular. Most people start a detox cleanse with the intention of lose weight quickly, or to eliminate toxins from the body. Are detox diets really effective? Are they safe? Do they help you lose weight? How juice detox diets work They are generally short diets and are of various types. In some plans, during the “cleanse” period it is suggested to drink only juices and in others, plant-based meals or snacks are allowed. What happens while you are on this diet? You will be hungry and irritable When you're at a juice cleanse, you don't get enough protein, fiber, or fat, nutrients that help you feel full. What can make you be hungry, weak, ...
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Foods that should not be missed at dinner, to lose up to 10 pounds in a month

On many occasions after having lost some weight, it becomes a daunting task to free ourselves from last extra kilosHowever, things do not have to be so complicated. It is true that they exist fundamental steps to lose weight, as is the case with physical activity and diet, however there are some quick and easy habits to consider at dinner time and that they are wonderful for decrease waist measurements, without need to raise the heart rate. In fact there are investigations in which weight loss has been shown to improve when people they adopt a routine at dinner time. It is therefore a very relevant measure create the habit of dining at the same time every night and of course consider the recommendations that we will present in this content. 1. Always start with a salad Star...
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The “yes” to statehood in the non-binding plebiscite held in Puerto Rico leads the way

The "yes" to statehood is in the forefront in the non-binding plebiscite that was held in Puerto Rico as part of the general elections this Tuesday, November 3. The "yes" to the question "Should Puerto Rico be immediately admitted to the Union as a State?" He was ahead of "no" more than three hours after schools closed. With 26.75% of the colleges counted, the "yes" prevailed with 322,268, while the "no" added 287,291 votes. The ruling New Progressive Party promoted the consultation despite the opposition of leaders of other collectives such as the Popular Democratic Party, who even took the matter to the Supreme Court for challenge. USA opposes The plebiscite was ruled out last July by the US authorities led by the Department of Justice who consider that the procedure is fl...
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What will the media do if Trump declares premature election victory?

Donald Trump: Losing is not easy for me 0:29 (CNN Business) –– If US President Donald Trump comes out and claims his victory prematurely on Election Night, what will the television networks and social media websites do? The scenario, undemocratic and unthinkable in the past, is a very real possibility with Trump, who seeks to stay in power. Which has gotten media and tech executives debating possible answers. For the major television networks there is an overriding question: Will they broadcast Trump live if he gives a speech and makes completely misleading claims? The short answer is yes. Broadcast executives are reluctant to speak publicly about such a hypothetical and disturbing scenario. However, five p...
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A newspaper library to remember the horror

The exhibition remembers Santiago Oleaga, financial director of El Diario Vasco, assassinated by ETA in 2001, and shows covers marked by terrorist violence. "Our position, the position of all those who feel the dignity of man, is the rejection of these acts of blood." The news of the shooting murder of the civil guard José Antonio Pardines in June 1968, the first fatal attack by ETA, was accompanied by a small editorial where the newspaper, in this case EL CORREO, already made clear its attitude towards terrorism: condemnation and rejection. Six decades have passed since then and the Vocento newspapers have maintained unalterable their commitment to freedom and democratic values, their resistance to horror even when it has hit them squarely. Where terrorists planted bombs, journalists ...
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