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Valencia examines Madrid’s streak before the break

Sergio Ramos and Rodrygo celebrate a goal from Madrid. EP Mestalla welcomes a historical duel that has lost its core, given the unstable situation in which a Valencia who has sold his references before a Real Madrid who goes to a stadium where he was used to suffering, with his starting team punished by the coronavirus with the last-minute casualties of Casemiro and Eden Hazard. The new reality has diminished one of the most anticipated duels of each League. Real Madrid's visit to Mestalla lowers its decibels without an audience in the stands, in an always hot duel and the level on the pitch at the moment th...
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Andalusia advances its curfew at 10 p.m.

Committee of experts of the Junta de Andalucía. EP Andalusia will decree from 00.00 hours on Tuesday, November 10 and until the 23rd of the same month the closure of all non-essential activities from 6:00 p.m. It will extend the curfew from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. and will confine all the municipalities of the community, from which it will only be possible to enter and exit in a justified manner. This was announced by Moreno in an informative appearance after presiding in the Palacio de San Telmo the meeting of the Advisory Committee on High Impact Public Health Alerts to analyze the evolution of the pandemic in a ...
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The extraordinary two-month trip through South America that Albert Camus made 71 years ago

Norberto ParedesHayFestivalArequipa @ BBC World11 minutesImage source, Getty ImagesCaption, On his tour of South America, Camus visited four countries and eight cities. This would be the last time that the Nobel Prize winner in Literature would travel outside of Europe.Albert Camus discovered Buenos Aires in 1949, but unlike Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, who ended up in love with the Argentine capital, he saw a huge city with a "strange ugliness." Much has been written about his novels - which include masterpieces such as Abroad Y The Plague-, his illness and his charms have also been talked about, but few know that one of the most prominent writers of the 20th century visited South America, and that the region left him with a bittersweet taste. At that time, Latin America was still synony...
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La Hoya Crime: The Dog Who Knows Everything

The dog of the deceased official in Elche He spent half his life working in the courts as an intern with a very normal life, so normal that it seemed boring, Alicia VE did little to lavish on social networks and had a very small circle of accomplices, focused on her family. His parents were separated and he lived with his mother. No shocks or great news to tell her colleagues, many of whom now remember her from those six months she spent here or there covering paternity leave, pregnancy or maternity At present, she was already working as a civil servant in the court of First Instance number 8. She had no known partner, or so her friends say, and she lived by and for her mother, in the district of L...
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MotoGP 2020 result in Cheste

The Spanish Joan Mir (Suzuki GSX RR) shoots up to the world title by claiming his first world championship victory MotoGP after winning the European Grand Prix of the category at the Ricardo Tormo de Cheste circuit, in a new plenary session, the third of the season, of Spanish pilots in the premier category of the world motorcycle racing. Mir waited for the moment when his teammate, Alex RinsUntil that first moment, it gave the impression that he was letting him pass to study it, without knowing that the young Mallorcan had a much better rhythm and from that moment he changed it to go towards his first victory in MotoGP, which it also allows you to b...
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Mir wins in another Spanish triplet and aims for the title

The Spanish Joan Mir (Suzuki GSX RR) shoots up to the world title by claiming his first world championship victory MotoGP after winning the European Grand Prix of the category at the Ricardo Tormo de Cheste circuit, in a new plenary session, the third of the season, of Spanish pilots in the premier category of the world motorcycle racing. Mir waited for the moment when his teammate, Alex RinsUntil that first moment, it gave the impression that he was letting him pass to study it, without knowing that the young Mallorcan had a much better rhythm and from that moment he changed it to go towards his first victory in MotoGP, which it also allows you to b...
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What tests help determine what type of diabetes I have

The diabetes it is a disease that affects more people than you might think. This occurs due to genetic factors, poor diet, overweight and obesity. In this sense, people who have had family background they run the risk of developing it. In addition, during the pregnancy, women could develop what is known as gestational diabetes. There are some tests that can be used to detect this disease, and we will talk about them below. Obesity is one of the health problems that cause diabetes. Source: PixabayHow to detect diabetes To detect it, you have to do blood studies and different tests to measure the sugar levels in her. In any case, self-diagnosis is not recommended, especially since the tests that serve to measure blood sugar levels are not entirely reliable nor are they indic...
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Why does COVID affect more men than women?

Both men and women have the same chances of getting Coronavirus. However, this disease affects more mens than women. The reasons, according to Healthline, among other things, are due to the fact that men have had a irresponsible and careless attitude to the virus, and also by factors biological or environmental. How Enzymes and the Immune System Work In May a study which determined that men contain higher levels of the enzyme ACE2 angiotensin 2 in the blood. The numbers of Covid-19 infections are higher in the male gender. Source: PixabayThis enzyme contributes to the Covid-19 infect cells that are healthy. This could explain the fact vulnerability in men, since the levels of this enzyme in women are lower. On the other hand, as the doctor points out Stephen Berger, who is ...
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Growing Vegetable Patches in Havana: Necessity Turned Virtue

Mayté Pernús checks plants in her backyard. (Photo: Héctor Díaz) Caribbean, Cuba, Dispatches, Features November 8, 2020 By Eileen Sosin This story was published as part of Climate Tracker‘s Global Mentorship for Young Media Professionals. Almost every inch of land is blanketed by fruits and vegetables has been taken: soursop trees, guava, banana, avocado… Mayté Pernús, a 31-year-old Cuban ...
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The complicity of silence – Information

The parties of the investiture, in their pincushion of 'gestures' to support the General State Budget (PGE), and with it, the permanence in power of the solicitous dealer -ask me whatever you want- They demand compensation and, as their achievements attest, they are getting it. The interrupted attempt to undermine the independence of the Judicial Power; the delegation by the State of the management of the state of alarm to the regions; the suppression of Spanish as a vehicular language; the brushed of the charter school and special education; the modification of the penal code to facilitate pardons for crimes of sedition; the setting up of a 'tr...
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