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El Comidista weekly menu (May 31 to June 6)
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El Comidista weekly menu (May 31 to June 6)

Grandmothers say that "June is all day, children, young and old have more energy", and they are right. Proof of this is this new installment of our weekly menu loaded with 'power' in which - to rejoice that we are already in June and it smells like a beach and an umbrella - we bring you a lot of fresh, picturesque recipes with seasonal products that will calm the heat that for a few days has begun to press. Among them: soups, salads that are not the usual and even a seafood fideuà. June also brings us products of the land that we are looking forward to eating all year round, such as watermelons or nectarines, which you will find in our menu along with other fruit desserts and ice creams that are very easy to make. And remember: if you want to find out before anyone else about everythin...
Macri’s invisible gardens are being investigated again
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Macri’s invisible gardens are being investigated again

Federal judge Ariel Lijo reopened the criminal case on irregularities in the construction of kindergartens during the government of Mauricio Macri after a presentation of the Anti-Corruption Office (OA) that was revealed by PageI12. The agency, based on a presentation from the Ministry of Education, had evaluated the existence of ample evidence that 62 million dollars were paid for the construction of 93 gardens in different provinces that were never finished, that, in addition, surcharges of twice the market value per square meter were paid, and that despite the fact that the works were visibly abandoned during the management of Cambiemos, no fines were charged, nor were any steps taken to recover the money and when the companies that they had been hired, they entered, later, in a call f...
Why are food systems failing?
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Why are food systems failing?

Despite producing more food than ever before and there are enough products for a population much larger than the current one, there are still more than 700 million people who are hungry - and the pandemic could increase this number by another 100 million. There are 2 billion who suffer from hidden hunger (micronutrient deficiencies) and more than 2 billion who are overweight or obese, contributing to the increasing incidence of food-related diseases. The overriding goal that food systems should have is not being met: they are failing to feed humanity adequately and they are not doing everything they should be doing to eradicate hunger and malnutrition. The lives and health of people suffer from an unhealthy diet, often because they do not have access to adequate food. But in additio...
40 years of the assault on the Central Bank of Barcelona, ​​in pictures
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40 years of the assault on the Central Bank of Barcelona, ​​in pictures

15 photos This Sunday 23rd marks the 40th anniversary of one of the most well-known events of the Transition, the kidnapping for 37 hours at the Central Bank in Plaça de Catalunya. Three months after 23-F, all Spain lived pending an event that caused a serious discredit in the newly formed Government of Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo and that consolidated what was called "the coup syndrome" . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
Why is it so difficult to make more chips?
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Why is it so difficult to make more chips?

So small and so complicated. The semiconductor shortage is hitting automakers and tech giants, sounding alarms from Washington to Brussels to Beijing. The crisis has raised a basic question for policy makers, customers and investors: why can't we make more chips? The answer is simple and complicated at the same time. The simple version is that producing chips is difficult. Increasingly. "It's not rocket science, it's much more complex," is one of the industry's inside jokes. The more complicated answer is that it takes years to build the factories and billions of dollars. Even once the factory is operational, the process is so complex that the slightest technological delay renders the plants unviable. Intel president Craig Barrett called his company's microprocessors the most compl...