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Legislative elections in Algeria, the risk of a dead day in Kabylia
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Legislative elections in Algeria, the risk of a dead day in Kabylia

The shiny viaduct of the new railway line sparkles at the entrance to the wilaya of Tizi Ouzou. To see it, one could believe for a moment that progress has not abandoned Kabylia, as the propaganda of the separatists of the Movement for the Self-Determination of Kabylia (MAK) repeats. Just a moment. On the RN12 coming from Algiers, finally under repair, the traffic jam of several kilometers, which blocks the horizon, torpedo this idea.→ READ. Algeria: an opponent of the regime arrested on the eve of the legislative elections"The busiest axis in Algeria between two cities 100 km away is also the most degraded, a nightmare for those who make the round trip every day, for lack of trains in quantity", explains Nassim, 55, forced into this painful daily commute. The backwar...
World Environment Day: a decade to “restore ecosystems”
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World Environment Day: a decade to “restore ecosystems”

« The environmental consequences are unimaginable. It's a disaster ”Says Mudith Katuwala, Coordinator of the Sri Lankan Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), Pearls Protectors, specializing in the defense of the seabed.→ ANALYSIS. Cargo fire: in Sri Lanka, the prospect of an environmental disasterOff the capital Colombo, the container ship MV X-Press Pearl partially sank on Wednesday, June 3. Tons of plastic granules have already been spilled on a huge strip of the coast, in the southwest of the island. The ship was carrying a heavy cargo of chemicals as well as nearly 350 tonnes of oil in its tanks, which could spill into the Indian Ocean.An environmental disaster aggravated by the pandemicAlready weakened by the health crisis, Sri Lanka finds itself very isolated. " ...
Four breakfast bowls that you can prepare the day before
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Four breakfast bowls that you can prepare the day before

As much as the cereal companies try, breakfast is not the most important meal of the day, and absolutely nothing happens if you don't feel like eating first thing in the morning (as long as you have something decent when you feel hungry, of course). Now, that does not mean that our first encounter with the edible cannot be one of the most pleasant, both on the weekend and daily. Our proposals today are valid for both situations, because if you are in a hurry in the morning you can prepare them almost completely the day before. There are three sweets, which include yogurt, fruit, porridge or chia, plus a salty one with couscous, egg and vegetables. All very healthy and very cute, yes, but without too much nonsense. Enjoy the video above and cook with the recipes below. YOGURT AND RED F...
Zero deaths from COVID-19 for the second day in a row
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Zero deaths from COVID-19 for the second day in a row

Per second day consecutive In Panama no I know record none death for COVID-19, but Ministry of Health (Minsa), updated one of previous dater, with which deaths due to disease I know they place on 6,297 accumulatedyes, keeping the lethality in the 1.7 %.According to him report the epidemiological today, Monday, on the last day 5,358 tests were applied, of which 268 gave positive, with which the index positivity of the disease in the 5%. Regarding the active casesyes, i'm today total 5,367, of which 5,004 remain fulfilling their quarantines mandatory in home isolation (4,735 in their houses Y 269 on Hotels hospitals).On the other hand, this Monday the Minsa confirmed that 363 infected they have required hospitalization, and of them 302 they continue to receive medical care in regular rooms...
15 images to understand the 15-M movement
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15 images to understand the 15-M movement

15 photos What began as a convocation through social networks in the Puerta de Sol in Madrid, starring young people fed up with not having a future and disenchanted with the system, became a transforming movement of Spanish democracy. We travel with images from the EL PAÍS Archive those days of 2011 . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
The images of the day, 05/13/21
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The images of the day, 05/13/21

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The images of the day, 04/29/21
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The images of the day, 04/29/21

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This is how the podcast ‘The parenthesis theory’ was made
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This is how the podcast ‘The parenthesis theory’ was made

Photo: cover of the podcast 'The theory of parenthesis'. Video: journalists Juan Diego Quesada and Fernando Peinado explain the work to a group of subscribers. "I remember those days of real panic. Panic that is transmitted to you because you begin to think about yours." Fernando Peinado is a journalist for the Madrid section of EL PAÍS and refers to the beginning of the pandemic, when the first deaths and the few Knowledge about the virus plunged Spain into a state of political and emotional alarm. He and his partner Juan Diego Quesada were two of the journalists of the newspaper who took to the streets to tell what was happening in residences, hospitals, empty avenues of the Community. Last Friday they released the podcast The theory of parentheses, a work produced in collaboration wit...