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Corinna Larsen sues the King Emeritus before the London justice for threats and "illegal surveillance"

Corinna Larsen has sued King Emeritus Juan Carlos I before the High Court in London, and requests, in addition to being compensated for the “illegal surveillance” she suffered from the Spanish secret services, that his ex-lover cannot get within 150 meters of any of his residences, as published by the Financial Times on Tuesday. In … Continue reading Corinna Larsen sues the King Emeritus before the London justice for threats and "illegal surveillance"

Killer mother: Crushed her newborn baby’s skull and dumped it in a park

United Kingdom.- A 24-year-old mother, killed her newborn baby and dumped her body in a park a few hours after giving birth and has avoided jail in the UK. Babita Rai, 24, crushed the skull of a newborn baby and by repeatedly hitting the head, caused “major” and fatal fractures. Hours after giving birth next … Continue reading Killer mother: Crushed her newborn baby’s skull and dumped it in a park

England faces shortages and transport constraints

From London Six days after its release, Boris Johnson’s “freedom day” looks much more like a “chaos day” than one of liberation. Due to the surge in contagions of the Delta variant and the need for self-isolation of those who have been in contact with them, England faces weeks of shortages in supermarkets, limitations on … Continue reading England faces shortages and transport constraints

Santamaría: “The regulated electricity tariff in Spain is unique in Europe and does not bring anything good”

Ángeles Santamaría (Morocco, 1961) has been CEO of Iberdrola Spain since February 2018. The country subholding manages more than 50% of the renewable capacity installed by the group in the world. An industrial engineer from the Comillas Pontifical University (ICAI) and PDG from the IESE Business School, she has been linked to Iberdrola for more … Continue reading Santamaría: “The regulated electricity tariff in Spain is unique in Europe and does not bring anything good”

Coronavirus in Europe: massive protests against the health pass and confinements

As the Delta variant of the coronavirus spreads around the world and forces several countries to rethink their health strategies, thousands of people mobilized in different European cities to protest against the implementation of the health pass and new measures that seek to contain sprouts. One of the sources of protest was Italy, that announced … Continue reading Coronavirus in Europe: massive protests against the health pass and confinements

The Vatican reveals that it has more than 5,000 real estate properties

The Administration of the Patrimony of the Holy See (APSA), which is in charge of accounting and managing real estate and investments and which until now had never disclosed its accounts, has shown a deficit of 66.3 million euros in 2020. This can be deduced from the report published for the first time since its … Continue reading The Vatican reveals that it has more than 5,000 real estate properties

Jon Rahm tests positive for Covid-19 and misses the Olympics

Jon Rahm will not finally participate in the Tokyo Olympics. The golfer tested positive for Covid-19 and will not be able to compete. The Spanish Golf Federation itself issued a statement in this regard, announcing that there is no material time to replace him in the appointment with the five rings. The Basque golfer was … Continue reading Jon Rahm tests positive for Covid-19 and misses the Olympics

Link between cardiac arrests and COVID may help map the pandemic

Dr Kevin McVaney was attending a daily operational briefing last April when a lieutenant told him there were “a lot of cardiac arrests last night”. Another lieutenant chimed in and said they had seen a large number of cardiac arrests the night before. McVaney, the medical director of the Denver paramedics in Colorado, was concerned. … Continue reading Link between cardiac arrests and COVID may help map the pandemic

‘Ocean in crisis’: Global plan to protect world’s seas

A new global marine initiative has been launched to protect and conserve 18 million square kilometres of the ocean (seven million square miles) over the next five years, an area larger than the continent of South America. The collaboration, known as Blue Nature Alliance, established on Wednesday is led by several philanthropic organisations and plans … Continue reading ‘Ocean in crisis’: Global plan to protect world’s seas

The Quilliam Foundation has closed but its toxic legacy remains

The news that the Quilliam Foundation, a so-called counter-extremism think-tank, has closed, was welcomed by many – particularly by Muslims who have long been targets of the harmful practices of the organisation. On April 9, one of its founders, Maajid Nawaz, announced on Twitter that the decision was made due to the “hardship of maintaining … Continue reading The Quilliam Foundation has closed but its toxic legacy remains