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Trump promotes one truth and hides another (Analysis)

Trump booed for saying he got a booster dose of the vaccine 0:53 (CNN) -- There are things that former President Donald Trump wants to talk about, like vaccines, and others that he would rather keep quiet, like what exactly happened in the White House before January 6. This week, Trump spoke publicly about COVID-19 vaccines, supporting them to his supporters, correcting some misinformation and making it clear that they are a protection against COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths. He is also seeking personal credit for the development of the vaccines. And he told his followers that they should get vaccinated, even when he agrees that they should have the right not to. When conservative podcast host Candace O...
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These are the improvements to the Toyota Yaris for 2022

Toyotawants to reinforce the success of Yaris face to 2022 with improvements in design and equipment. More specifically, from January the utility of the Japanese firm will receive the new Toyota Smart Connect multimedia system and new color options for the body. The multimedia system Toyota Smart Connect is now more powerful and fasteror, which favors its use through the great 9 inch high definition touch screen. In addition, it allows you to be permanently connected without the need for a smartphone since it has its own data card. Although it is still possible connect a mobile phone wirelessly via Apple CarPlay The Android Auto. ...
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His name is Petrus – Information

He came to my office this week, and between his precarious Spanish and my primitive English we understood each other. His pulmonary pathology is rare, much less than his world. Petrus' life is perceived to have gone well. He dresses with a destitute touch, which immediately counteracts his gold Rolex. He is dedicated to traveling the world, and has established our land as his base. And his smile shows a certain satisfaction for the past and illusion for the future. Real estate, I seemed to understand that it had been his business. He ended the consultation with a prescrip...
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They create the oldest family tree in the world using DNA

3 minutesImage source, Corinium Museum © Cotswold District CouncilCaption, Reconstruction of the Cotswolds tomb, UK.Scientists have compiled the world's oldest family tree based on bones buried in a 5,700-year-old grave in the Cotswolds, UK.DNA analysis of the occupants of the tomb revealed that the people who were buried in it were from five continuous generations of an extended family.Most of those found in the tomb were descended from four women who had children with the same man.The right to use the grave was based on the descent of a man.But the people were buried in different parts of the tomb, based on the descent of the first-generation matriarch.Image source, Getty ImagesSeparate bedroomsThis suggests that first-generation women enjoyed a socially significant place in this comm...
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The best series of the streaming platforms that marked this 2021

This 2021 television has witnessed the return of great series, as well as some farewells. Platforms like Netflix, HBO or Disney + they brought us this year the ones that became the best series. It is impossible to establish a ranking by points with the avalanche of premieres that there were, but here we prepare a compilation of some titles that sounded strongly. 1.- Let's start with “Squid Game” which, without a doubt, was the surprise and great success of the year in the world of series. Netflix did not even suspect that this violent, raw, dramatic and gory survival game would become tremendously addictive. The fiction tells the story of a group of people who decide to participate in a mysterious game that offers as a prize a millionaire accumulated for the last su...
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MUXO MUXO, signature and Mediterranean cuisine

Quality, sophistication and novelty at an affordable price. This is what you will find at MUXO MUXO, the new restaurant in San Vicente del Raspeig that opened its doors on December 2 in an elegant and welcoming space. He already has it all ready to end the year in the best possible way: experience a journey by sea and land with market and seasonal products, in the purest Mediterranean style. In addition, they have group menus and menus for New Year's Eve, January 1 and Twelfth Night, January 5. Quality Mediterranean gastronomy MUXO MUXO has been designed to enjoy dishes of the highest quality, in a p...
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Covid: omicron forces the cancellation of thousands of flights around the world and prevents traditional family gatherings for Christmas

Drafting BBC News World4 minutesImage source, ReutersMillions of people are facing flight cancellations and more restrictions due to covid due to the increase in cases due to the new omicron variant of the coronavirus.And at the same time that new security measures grow. Italy, Spain and Greece, for example, have recovered the measure of making the use of masks mandatory even in open spaces.The region of Catalonia, in the northeast of Spain, has also imposed a nightly quarantine and the Netherlands maintains a strict closure.Although omicron is not as severe as other variants of the coronavirus, scientists are concerned about the number of cases.This Thursday, record figures were recorded in the United Kingdom, France and Italy. "When we have millions and millions of sick people at th...
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Governor Hochul Signs New York Housing Discrimination Laws Package

Senator Brian Kavanagh, Chairman of the Senate Housing Committee, promoted the reform package Photo: Edwin Martínez / Impremedia A recent investigation carried out by the Newsday newspaper verified with images, interviews and other types of evidence, that the real estate industry on Long Island, in New York, treats in a discriminatory manner minorities when looking for housing, and among other things revealed that 39% of Hispanic home buyers received unequal treatment. And with the promise that this type of action will not be tolerated in New York and those who commit illegal acts will be punished, Governor Kathy Hochul signed a package of nine laws that aims to put a stop to discrimination in housing matters. The regulations order the c...
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The Pope asks that we renounce “complaints and long faces”

Javier Martínez BrocalThe Vatican Updated:24/12/2021 21: 40h Keep This year Francisco celebrated the Christmas Eve mass before about 1,500 pilgrims, many more than the two hundred of last year, in one of the most critical phases of the pandemic and without obligation to be vaccinated against the coronavirus disease. The Pope, who turned 85 a week ago, followed the solemn rite that begins in the Vatican with the "calenda", an ancient song that marks the last moment of the Advent period and announces the beginning of Christmas.The long song culminates with the symbolic lighting of the entire St. Peter's Basilica, the ringing of the bells, and a tender gesture from the pope, which raises a white veil that covers a life-size sculpture of the Child Jesus.In his homily, he recal...
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Why is Omicron said to be similar to measles

Immunologist Alfredo Corell has caused a stir in the media by stating that the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 is as contagious as measles, one of the most contagious viruses that exist. Obviously, the coronavirus does not produce the same symptoms as the measles virus. But the statement refers to its contagiousness and not to the symptoms. And in that sense, Alfredo is absolutely right. The Omicron variant caused a stir from the first moment in which it was announced that it accumulated a large number of mutations that were essentially focused on the recognition zone between the S protein of the virus and the ACE2 protein of human cells. Only that data and the fact that it had been sequenced already indicated that it was imposing itself on the other variants. The ...