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Tamara Gorro makes a sincere assessment about her motherhood: "Mom is the one who exercises and gives love"
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Tamara Gorro makes a sincere assessment about her motherhood: "Mom is the one who exercises and gives love"

The influencer has shared some reflections on her Instagram about the role of children in her life, and has clarified if she wants to expand the familyIf there is something that Tamara Beanie share with your 'virtual family', that's her experience of motherhood. The influencer has spoken at length in these years about her experience as the mother of Shaila and Antonio: from the nightmares he went through before forming his family with Ezequiel Garay, to day-to-day issues such as the mistakes you make when educating your children. The testimony of this 'cool mom' (as she calls herself in networks) is followed by almost two million followers. And recently, the Madrilenian has reflected on it again, doing on her Instagram account a true balance on her relationship with motherhood and the i...
Pope Francis kisses the tattooed number of an Auschwitz survivor
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Pope Francis kisses the tattooed number of an Auschwitz survivor

Pope Francis today kissed the tattoo with Lidia Maksymowicz's prison number, deported to the Auschwitz Birkenau camp when she was not yet three years old, after she showed it to him as she greeted him during the Wednesday public audience at the Vatican. The 81-year-old Belarusian woman rolled up the sleeve of her dress to show the pope the number with which the Nazis marked the prisoners who entered the concentration camps and Francisco kissed him before hugging her.Both were able to exchange a few words and the woman indicated the number to the pope. three, the years with which he entered in the concentration camp.Maksymowicz is in Italy for the presentation of the documentary th...
Pets: Why did cat and dog adoption increase during the pandemic?
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Pets: Why did cat and dog adoption increase during the pandemic?

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An animal shelter in Valencia manages to find a home for 74 pets thanks to online adoption
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An animal shelter in Valencia manages to find a home for 74 pets thanks to online adoption

The municipal animal shelter of Paterna (Valencia) has found homes for 51 cats and 23 dogs since launching the website and social media to encourage adoptions in December. Another 37 stray animals returned to their families. Currently, a total of 22 pets are with foster families, also awaiting a permanent home, and 19 dogs and 24 cats live in the shelter. On the web, those interested in adopting an animal can consult data such as race, sex, approximate age and information on microchips and / or licenses where necessary. The shelter staff look out for the well-being of all the animals they take in and share the stories of each one to find a family to adopt them.This work adds to th...
A couple of ‘influencers’ reject the adoption of a baby because they cannot show it on social networks
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A couple of ‘influencers’ reject the adoption of a baby because they cannot show it on social networks

Nikki and Dan Phillippi are a couple and, in addition, youtubers and influencers. Followed by more than 1.2 million subscribers, they are now making headlines for a twist in their attempt to adopt a baby in Thailand, a process in which they had also made their followers participate in the networks.They were promised very happily, but what they did not count on was that the Asian country imposed a rule on them that, in the end made them give up the idea of adoption, as they themselves communicated in a video dating from 2018, but which has gone viral again these days thanks to the fact that various media have rescued the story.As indicated The Mirror, the institution that would give the child u...
They ask for precautionary measures to prevent the leader of the Polisario Front from escaping from Spain before declaring
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They ask for precautionary measures to prevent the leader of the Polisario Front from escaping from Spain before declaring

A letter sent this Thursday to the investigating court of the National High Court requests the adoption of precautionary measures of a personal nature Regarding the leader of the Polisario Front, Brahim Ghali, who has been called to testify before the Spanish justice on June 1. In the brief, presented by the Saharawi Association for the Defense of Human Rights (ASADEDH), it is requested that "once brought to justice" Ghali's statement is taken as being investigated "urgently." Likewise, through this document ASADEDH asks the court to assess the "adoption of precautionary measures of a personal nature" with regard to the leader of the Polisario Front, "taking into account the seri...
The Supreme Court questions the viability of the Government decree that puts an end to the state of alarm
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The Supreme Court questions the viability of the Government decree that puts an end to the state of alarm

The Technical Cabinet of the Supreme Court (TS) has issued a first report on the decree-law approved this week by the Government, so that the TS has the last word on the sanitary restrictions adopted by the autonomous communities after the state of alarm, in which raises a series of procedural problems and points to a "possible insufficiency" of this type of norm to regulate issues that affect fundamental rights. Although the High Court notes that it does not go into an in-depth assessment of some complex issues, it does mention among these "the problem of the possible insufficiency or inadequacy of the range of the standard used (decree-law) to regulate an issue like this, which ...
They are looking for a family for a 4-year-old boy from Mendoza
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They are looking for a family for a 4-year-old boy from Mendoza

The Fifth Family Court of Mendoza summoned people who want to bond with a 4-year-old child, who has been staying in a home since 2018. The little one, they argue, "needs a stable family in which he can find emotional support, occupying his place as a son, and can make more progress and progress." In describing it, they comment that “He is sociable, integrates and shares with peers and other adults in an active way. He is in the process of acquiring gait and verbal language. His motor development is behind a child his age, but he has good fine motor skills with both hands, he responds to his name and to certain slogans ”, according to the Los Andes newspaper. In addition, they detail that “He is a...
The slow adoption of indigenous knowledge
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The slow adoption of indigenous knowledge

For a long time, they were embodied on the world stage by a few figures, such as that of the cacique Raoni, an Indian Kayapo from Brazil, who continues his fight for the Amazon, at more than 90 years old. Without always realizing that the "indigenous communities" (1) inhabit today "A quarter of the earth's surface surface" according to the UN Biodiversity Expert Group (IPBES). In its last evaluation, it relies moreover on their "Knowledge and practices", just like scientific data.→ REPORT. The threatened identity of "forest peoples"In fact, on the land they occupy, nature is doing better. "Their way of life does not erode natural capital, they only use interest", explains Yann Laurans, director of the biodiversity pole at WWF-France, citing the example of "Forest people...
Another massive cut in Spanish banking: BBVA proposes 3,800 layoffs and close 530 branches
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Another massive cut in Spanish banking: BBVA proposes 3,800 layoffs and close 530 branches

New massive cut in Spanish banks after the one announced earlier this week by CaixaBank. This Thursday BBVA has been the entity that has proposed to the unions the dismissal of 3,800 employees in Spain, 16.3% of a workforce of about 23,300 workers, in addition to the closure of 530 offices, 21.3% of its network, in order to gain profitability and efficiency. The bank's management and the unions have met to negotiate a collective dismissal that BBVA defends due to the enormous competence in the sector, low interest rates, the accelerated adoption of digital channels by customers and the entry of new digital actors.Of those 3,800 layoffs, 3,000 workers would leave the office networ...