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Tourism is a great invention
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Tourism is a great invention

'Tourism is a great invention' is the title of a Spanish film from the 60s that is more relevant today than ever. Hotels, museums, bars they are eager to open their doors to some visitors who are the awakening of the economy. The inauguration of Fitur, the opening of European borders and vaccines are a breath of fresh air. Yesterday there was a lot of illusion under the masks. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
Kill yourself to work
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Kill yourself to work

55 hours of work a week increases the risk of dying from a heart attack or any other cardiovascular disease by up to 35%. This has been assessed by an investigation coordinated by the WHO, which confirms the risks run by those who employ between ten and twelve hours of work a day. In recent years long hours they have become the number one occupational hazard, causing a third of employment-related health problems. An old joke already said it in his own way: 'If work is health, long live tuberculosis'. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
Unrestricted liability
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Unrestricted liability

Vaccination is closer to more population groups. Deadlines for the end of the mask are shuffled, and the danger of another lurks bottle weekend (prohibited, with or without Covid, by the way). We see the end of the nightmare near, but the infections continue and about a hundred people die a day. We shouldn't put curfews on liability. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
More than 30 dogs die in fire that consumed animal shelter
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More than 30 dogs die in fire that consumed animal shelter

Dozens of dogs died after a fire caused by Molotov cocktails, an incendiary weapon, devastated an animal shelter in Russia. More than 30 dogs died in the flames that started in the early hours of Wednesday at the shelter in the city of Yekaterinburg. The shelter's owner, Galina Volkova, who also lived on the premises, says she had to battle intense smoke and flames in order to rescue 30 animals. However, the others lost their lives before she managed to get them out of the burning building. The shelter owner herself needed medical treatment after repeatedly entering the burning building to remove the animals. The police are now investigating the incident, which they believe was intentional, as the shelter's owners found leftover gaso...
Another city model, but that complies with the law
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Another city model, but that complies with the law

Cities mutate as fast as society does. In the model we inherited from the 20th century, they were designed just for the car. Now, the priority is for the pedestrian, the bike, the bus and for those who pay for an electric car. It is up to the mayor to adapt the city to social reality, but he has to do it respecting the law and the rights of all citizens. The Supreme Court has told us that Carmena did not do it with Central Madrid. It is a lesson for many mayors who schedule their events with the electoral calendar. Justice is slow ... but it acts. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
Global vaccination
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Global vaccination

One million infections every three days. It is the dizzying figure that reflects the nightmare that India lives, battered by the virus when in the West we glimpse, within the difficulty, the exit of the tunnel. WHO warnings are rarely heeded, but this should be noted. If the program Covax, which supplies the countries with scarce resources with doses, is stopped, the epidemic will become perpetual. Besides solidarity, it's about pragmatism. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more