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Peru chooses to turn left or hold "the model"
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Peru chooses to turn left or hold "the model"

Between a radical shift to the left or maintaining the neoliberal "model" that has prevailed in the country for 30 years, Peruvians go to the polls this Sunday to elect their "bicentennial president" between the union teacher Pedro Castillo and the right-wing politician Keiko Fujimori.ALSO READ: Two civilians killed and four policemen injured after new riots in Cali More than 25 million voters have been called to participate in the second round of the elections, after a campaign full of controversies and personal attacks, as well as a barrage of proposals, many of them considered populist, to alleviate the economic, social and health crisis facing the country.Between Castillo and Fujimori, the president who will replace the interim Francisco Sagasti will be elected on July 28, the centra...
The French landing in LaLiga.  A matter of style
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The French landing in LaLiga. A matter of style

The first French player to come to Spain was Raymond Kopa. In the 1950s soccer was nowhere near the most popular sport in France. With his cuts, with his joy to play, Kopa brought football closer to a sophisticated culture, more used to celebrating art, literature, freedom, than sport. He was the creator of football champagne, bubble football, football worth celebrating. He joined Real Madrid in 1956 and won three European Cups in a row, with teammates such as Alfredo di Stéfano and Paco Gento. Without knowing it, the elusive and technical Kopa had begun to sculpt the style of French footballer who would triumph in Spain for the next 70 years: Zidane, Henry, Benzema, Griezmann ... 153 players from that country have passed through the elite of Spanish football. France has been the la...
Pedro, the distrustful: The teacher does not like games.  A chronicle of Fernando Vivas
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Pedro, the distrustful: The teacher does not like games. A chronicle of Fernando Vivas

Pedro, the distrustful: The teacher does not like games. A chronicle of Fernando Vivas | Pedro Castillo | Free Peru | Vladimir Cerrón | Debate in Arequipa | Elections 2021 | Second round | Keiko Fujimori | Popular Force | Survey | ELECTIONS-2021 | THE PERU COMMERCE . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
India exceeds 400,000 new coronavirus infections for the first time
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India exceeds 400,000 new coronavirus infections for the first time

India surpassed 400,000 daily infections due to coronavirus this Saturday for the first time, a new record in this country hit hard by the pandemic, while more than 3,500 covid patients died in the last 24 hours.ALSO READ: At least 15 dead in a fire at a hospital for covid cases in India The Asian country today reached 401,993 new infections, just ten days after it crossed the barrier of 300,000 cases for the first time, bringing the total number of infections to 19.1 million, according to the Indian Ministry of Health.Deaths in India have also remained above 3,000 since Wednesday, and after the slight decline on Friday, they reached 3,523 deaths in the last 24 hours today, 211,853 since the start of the pandemic, which corresponds to 1.1 % of cases.The contagion curve has become accust...
“Life is beautiful” in a China under a bell
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“Life is beautiful” in a China under a bell

“In China, we have resumed our previous life. " When Nathalie Wu, 32, wanted to join her retired parents last month vacationing on the island of Hainan - "Chinese Florida" - the idea that the coronavirus could prevent it did not come to her. not even crossed my mind. Patron of a gym in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, she booked her tickets, packed her bags, and got on the plane. "No need for a PCR test to circulate in China", she says. “You can travel without any restrictions. " Something that is still a dream for the rest of the planet.More than a year after the start of the Covid-19 epidemic in Wuhan, China has clearly contained the coronavirus which continues to wreak havoc around the world, where there have been 150 million cases and more than three million dead....