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Beatriz Luengo, on her postpartum recovery: "I have gained 20 kilos in this pregnancy, I have a bulging stomach"
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Beatriz Luengo, on her postpartum recovery: "I have gained 20 kilos in this pregnancy, I have a bulging stomach"

Beatriz Luengo and Yotuel Romero announced that they were expecting their second child at the end of 2020Little Zoe entered the family last April, five years after D'Angelo's birthThe couple have given an interview in which they have opened up about some issues, such as the postpartum recovery of the artistBeatriz Later and Yotuel Romero They expanded their family in mid-April with the birth of their second child together. The couple, five years after the birth of little D'Angelo and without escaping the controversy at the beginning of pregnancy, fulfilled their dream of "having a boy and a girl" with the arrival of Zoe, “A blessing” that is making them enjoy parenthood from a new perspective: “It is exciting because it is a totally different experience,” affirmed the mother. Two months ...
Long live the ‘txaka’ skewer
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Long live the ‘txaka’ skewer

Everything we know about the txaka we have learned it in bars older than us. With barely six feet tall, we were baptized in the art of going for pintxos with this amalgam of surimi and mayonnaise on bread that even then was sweetly powerful, placidly substantial and fresh like the Basque summer. In those altars of San Sebastián we learned to differentiate the skewers from txaka freshly made from the ones that had already dozed off on the counter. We learned that the higher the volume of txaka -the lower peaks have been seen- worse was the quality of this. We also learned that whoever frowned when someone asked was one of those who gobbled it up in the shadows. And the thing is that the San Sebastian is very proud of his Peine del Viento, of its festivals, of its winter waves, of the Gi...
The award that irritated Kasparov
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The award that irritated Kasparov

Before becoming one of the more conservative-style players in the elite - which translates into many draws with hardly any fighting and numerous soporific games - Teimur Radyábov (Baku, 1987; "Radjabov" on the official lists) was one of the most amazing child prodigies in chess history. He started playing at the age of 3, and won medals in Europeans and World Cups of various ages; among them, the gold medal in the European Under 18 in 1999, at age 12. At 14 he became the 2nd youngest grandmaster in history. At 15, he won with black Kasparov in Linares the very controversial game glossed in this video, which received the special award for the most beautiful of the tournament in the face of the fury of the Russian. The jurors argued that beauty is a subjective concept, and that the mere...
This is how youth mortgages are
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This is how youth mortgages are

The acquisition of a home by young people is almost a mirage. There are two major insurmountable obstacles on the path that would lead them to meet this goal: low wages and low savings capacity, which severely limits them when it comes to requesting financing to acquire a property in which to establish their home. Thus, at the end of 2019, less than 4 out of 10 Spaniards under 30 years old lived in a house they owned or paid a mortgage, according to the Youth Emancipation Observatory of the Spanish Youth Council. However, despite the problems it suffers, this public is attractive to banks, since they, through mortgage loans, seek to attract new customers who stay for a very long period of time, until the complete extinction of the bank. debt. For this reason, some entities promote mor...
The faces of the social outbreak in Colombia
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The faces of the social outbreak in Colombia

PROTESTS IN COLOMBIA 8 pictures Thousands of Colombians complete a month of demonstrations in one of the longest protests in the recent history of the country. These are some of the protagonists and the reasons for their dissatisfaction with the Government of Iván Duque . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
Beatriz Luengo comes out in defense of Mónica Cruz: "No one has given him anything, the other way around"
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Beatriz Luengo comes out in defense of Mónica Cruz: "No one has given him anything, the other way around"

Beatriz Luengo has come out in defense of her ex-partner of 'Un paso para'A plea in favor of Mónica Cruz, of whom she is proud after her last interview with Sara Carbonero'Let the dance follow' is the first professional project of Sara carbonero after the tsunami he experienced personally. A weekly section of interviews for Radio Marca in which his last guest could not have been better for the title of the program. We talk about Mónica Cruz, who has stopped by the journalist's studio to star in a talk structured by dance. In it he has vindicated that childhood of "trials, discipline, effort and work" that he had to start when he was just four years old. Of the "courage" he assumed when he entered the company of Joaquín Cortés, a "rock star" of the dance with which he learned everything...
After lengthy negotiations, Pope appoints bishop in Hong Kong
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After lengthy negotiations, Pope appoints bishop in Hong Kong

It was a delicate exercise that took more than two years for the Holy See and Pope Francis: to find a bishop for the diocese of Hong Kong, vacant since the death of Bishop Michael Yeung in January 2019.→ READ. In Hong Kong, Catholics "martyrs of democracy"As the Beijing government increasingly asserted its takeover of the former British colony, the process of selecting the new bishop was the subject of intense negotiations, among those pushing for the appointment of a close man. of the Chinese government and those wanting a bishop rather close to the pro-democracy movements, many of whom are moreover Catholic.The wait ended Monday, May 17, with the announcement at bulletin official of the Holy See of Pope Francis' choice, which fell on Father Stephen Chow Sau-yan. So it ...
The Euribor closes April at negligible levels and cuts the cost of old mortgages
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The Euribor closes April at negligible levels and cuts the cost of old mortgages

As long as the monetary policy of the European Central Bank (ECB) remains unchanged, the index to which mortgage interest rates are linked will remain stable at very low levels. This is the experts' forecast for the Euribor, whose monthly average - in the absence of Friday's data - closes April at -0.483%, just 0.4 basis points above that registered the previous month and very close to -0.505% to which it fell in January, its all-time low. A Euribor on the ground not only directly affects variable interest rates, but also pushes the cost of fixed mortgages down, on which both banks and their clients are betting heavily. What is obvious at first glance is just how cheap variable mortgages have become. The Euribor -in negative territory for more than five years— subtract instead of ad...
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The Smallest Stegosaur Footprint Ever Found Will Make You Squee With Joy

In a complete redefinition of the concept of 'cute', an international team of paleontologists has identified the tiniest known stegosaur footprint.Preserved in the stone in the Xinjiang Province of China for 100 million years, the print measures just 5.7 centimeters (2.24 inches) long, and was probably made by a baby stegosaur (ichnogenus Deltapodus) around the size of a cat, the research team said.  Fascinatingly, although we don't know the wee little animal's exact species, the print has allowed scientists to infer that baby stegosaurs may have walked differently from the adults."This footprint was made by a herbivorous, armoured dinosaur known broadly as a stegosaur – the family of dinosaurs that includes the famed stegosaurus," said paleontologist Anthony Romilio of the University of ...
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More Than 4,000 Blood Tests Suggest Our Bodies Age in 3 Distinct Shifts

In terms of biological aging, the body seems to shift gears three times during our lifespans, research from 2019 suggests – with 34 years, 60 years, and 78 years being the key thresholds.  In other words, there's evidence that aging isn't one long, continuous process that moves at the same speed throughout our lives.The findings might help us understand more about how our bodies start to break down as we get older, and how specific age-related diseases – including Alzheimer's or cardiovascular disease – could be better tackled.The same study has also put forward a new way of reliably predicting people's ages using the protein levels (the proteome) in their blood."By deep mining the aging plasma proteome, we identified undulating changes during the human lifespan," the researchers wrote in...