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The story of Esmeralda Millán, a victim of the acid attacks in Mexico: “He told me that if I was not his, it would not belong to anyone. I left him and he attacked me”

Ana Gabriela RojasBBC Mundo special in Mexico9 hoursImage source, Ana Gabriela RojasCaption, Esmeralda Millán suffered an acid attack in Puebla, Mexico.Esmeralda Millán was 23 years old in December 2018 when she was attacked with acid in Puebla, Mexico. Her ex-partner and father of her two children is accused and detained for attempted femicide. There is no official information on how many women have suffered this type of violence in Mexico. But the groups that support the victims are aware of 26 attacks, of which six have occurred so far this year. "Like all violence against women, these attacks increased with confinement," says Norma Celia Bautista Romero, director of Humanismo y Legidad, an NGO in favor of gender equality."This type of aggression has a very symbolic charge. It want...
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‘MasterChef’ reaches 500 editions worldwide

'Masterchef' has already arrived in India. EFE The culinary contest 'MasterChef', which has been going on for more than 30 years, has exceeded 500 editions worldwide, after the premiere of the adaptation 'MasterChef Tamil' in India. “I am enormously proud of 'MasterChef' for entertaining millions of people and transforming the lives of thousands of participants...
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Restrictions in Alicante, Valencia and Castellón

Goodbye to curfew In the Valencian community. With this announcement, Ximo Puig began the press conference in which he announced the new measures adopted by the Interdepartmental Commission for prevention and action against covid-19 from Valencian government. Are New measures They will be adopted from tomorr...
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Three almost identical Boris Vishnevskys on the St. Petersburg ballot | Russia

Russian opposition politicians are used to finding spoofing candidates with identical last names against them to confuse voters at the polls. Now it seems that the copycats are also changing their faces.That's what Boris Vishnevsky, a high-ranking member of the liberal Yabloko party, faces in his St. Petersburg district ahead of municipal elections later this month.Vishnevsky already knew that two of his opponents had changed their names to also be called Boris Vishnevsky, an update on the common tactic of nominating a "double" to split the vote and hand the victory to another candidate.But when a district voting poster was unveiled on Sunday, it showed something far more shocking: three almost indistinguishable Boris Vishnevskys, all bald, gray-haired and with matching goatee. As a f...
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The murdered women and those seriously attacked by gender violence in 2020 number almost a hundred

A demonstration in Madrid against gender violence. Agencies The State Attorney General's Office numbers 47 (two more than the Executive) women murdered in 2020 by gender violence, to which are added other 46 "very serious" attacks with risk to life or limb, according to the Memory of the State Attorney General presented this Monday, September 6 at the beginning of the judicial course. ...
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Julia Navarro: “I have no interest in my novels ending up on television”

The writer Julia Navarro. EP The writer Julia Navarro publishes a new novel, 'From nowhere' (Plaza & Janés), stating that the experience of taking one of his works to the audiovisual has been "bittersweet" and he has "no interest" in his other novels ending up on television. "It is true that you cannot say 'I will never drink this water', but it...
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Former Minister Urges Police to Investigate “Honorary” CBE for Saudi Businessman | Prince carlos

Allegations that a wealthy Saudi businessman was offered help obtaining an honor and British citizenship after making a donation to Prince Charles's charities have been reported to police and should be the subject of an investigation, a former minister said. of the government.Michael Fawcett, Charles's former aid assistant, has temporarily resigned as executive director of the Prince Foundation after Sunday papers claim he helped coordinate an honor related to Dr. Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz.Mahfouz, who received a CBE in 2016, donated £ 1.5 million to restoration projects near Charles, including Dumfries House, where a garden and fountain are named after the prince, and Mey Castle in Scotland, where a forest bears his name. the Sunday Times reported, adding that Mahfouz had denie...
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Fast or slow? Study Reveals Differences in How Humpback Whales Change Their Tone | Whales

From Abba's Mamma Mia, who steals Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody's crown, to Rihanna's Diamonds, who knocks Psy's Gangnam Style off the top of the charts, even the catchiest song is eventually replaced by a new number.But the phenomenon is not unique to humans: male humpback whales also sing and change their pitch.Now researchers say they have uncovered the mystery of why humpback whales in the southern hemisphere suddenly change their songs, while those in the northern hemisphere tend to change theirs more gradually.The key, they suggest, is that different populations of humpback whales in the Northern Hemisphere come into contact with each other during the feeding season, and in the process, males can exchange settings in their songbooks. The result is that all populations sing from the s...
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Skunk Anansie: How We Made Weak | Pop and rock

Skin, voice / co-writerWeak was written about an experience he had had a few years earlier. I was dating a guy I shouldn't have dated in the first place - he was older, he wanted to get married and all that stuff, but he didn't ask me, he just decided. Back then, I was so meek and gentle. My friends said, “Your boyfriend is so controlling. You have to defend yourself. " I wanted to participate in a dance competition, but my boyfriend said, "You are not going." I said, "I can do whatever I want." So he took me to a desolate parking lot and punched me in the face. Then he did it again. I was so shocked and angry that I didn't even feel the pain. I went into survival mode. Driving home, I jumped at a stoplight and ran. But I was standing at a bus stop when it stopped and drag...
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Guinean President Militarily Detained, Say Army Coup Leaders | Guinea

Guinea's President Alpha Condé is in military custody, according to an elite army unit that has led a coup condemned by the international community but welcomed by many in Guinea.The country's coup leader and head of the country's special forces, Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, announced on Sunday on state broadcasts that the country's constitution had been suspended, the government dissolved, and borders closed, with a 24-hour curfew imposed.All political prisoners would be released and an 18-month renewable transition would begin, under a new National Committee for Reconciliation and Development, said Doumbouya, a former French legionnaire. The events have upset the 83-year-old president's 11-year regime and sparked political upheaval in the mineral-rich but impoverished West African count...