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Chinese Foreign Minister will meet next week with Lavrov in Moscow

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will make a two-day visit to Russia next week, Beijing announced on Friday and has confirmed Moscow.

Malala says she intends to reside in Pakistan once she finishes her studies in Oxford

Malala Yousafzai, the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in history, has assured this Friday that she intends to reside in Pakistan once she finishes her education in Oxford, as reported by the local television channel Geo TV.

Turkey attacks France after Macron offer to mediate with Syrian Kurd militias

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and other top officials of his government have lashed out against France on Friday after French President Emmanuel Macron offered his support to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), whose main component is the Kurdish militias Syria YPG, which Ankara considers an extension of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).

Most French support Macron hardening measures against radical Islamists

The majority of the French support that the Muslims who lodge radical Islamic thoughts are stopped in case of being included in the watch lists of the security forces and supports the prohibition of Salafism, according to two surveys.

Two members of the international coalition killed by an explosion in Syria

Two members of the international coalition have died and another five have been injured by the explosion of an improvised device in Syria, according to a statement released in Operation 'Inherent Resolution', the military alliance against the Islamic State led by the United States.

The Kemerovo shopping center was not licensed for violating safety regulations

The shopping center in Kemerovo, in which 64 people have died this week, most of them children, because of a fire, did not have permission to operate as a shopping center, as revealed by the Russian Research Committee on Friday.

China supports the meetings that Kim Jong Un will hold with the presidents of South Korea and the US

The Government of China has expressed its support on Friday for the meetings that the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, will hold with the presidents of South Korea and the United States, Moon Jae In and Donald Trump, respectively.

UN sanctions 49 companies, ships and people for helping North Korea evade the sanctions regime

A committee of the United Nations Security Council on Friday included in its list of sanctions 21 shipping companies, 27 ships and one person for helping North Korea to evade the sanctions regime against the country.

Thirteen Palestinians killed by Israel's response to a demonstration in Gaza amount to thirteen

At least 13 Palestinians have been killed and more than 1,000 wounded on Friday as Israeli security forces responded to a demonstration on the border of the Gaza Strip, the largest in recent years.

Russia gives 23 countries, including Spain, a reciprocal response with the expulsion of diplomats

Russia expels two Spanish diplomats

Merkel asks Trump for a dialogue between the EU and the US on trade policy

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday called on US President Donald Trump for a dialogue between the European Union (EU) and the US on trade policy, according to the German government.

Netanyahu confirms that he has been discharged after being admitted to a Jerusalem hospital

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed Tuesday that he has been discharged after being admitted to a hospital in Jerusalem and stressed that "a little rest and a hot soup will fix things."

An alleged member of the Islamic State detained in Italy for recruiting in an Islamic cultural center

Police in Italy have arrested on Tuesday a suspected member of the jihadist Islamic State group that would have carried out indoctrination tasks in an Islamic cultural center in the town of Foggia (south).

Two arrested for the murder of a Holocaust survivor in Paris

Two people have been detained in the context of investigations into the alleged murder of Mireille Knoll, an 85-year-old Holocaust survivor who was found dead last week inside her home in central Paris.

Parliamentarians from North Korea and South Korea make a toast for "peace" at an event in Geneva

Parliamentarians from North Korea and South Korea on Tuesday held a toast to "peace" in the Swiss town of Geneva and have shaken hands, according to a witness quoted by the British news agency Reuters.

Manifestation in Kemerovo to protest the death of 64 people in the fire at a shopping center

The Russian town of Kemerovo was the scene on Tuesday of a demonstration in protest at the death of 64 people, including 41 children, in the fire on Monday in a shopping center in the city.

Russia denounces the death of 27 civilians in several missile attacks against Damascus

At least 27 civilians have been killed on Tuesday because of several missile attacks on the Syrian capital, Damascus, as reported by the director of the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria, Yuri Evtushenko.

Zuckerberg refuses to appear before the British Parliament because of the Cambridge Analytica scandal

The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, will not appear before the Parliament of the United Kingdom due to the scandal of the data leakage of millions of users to the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica and, however, has chosen to delegate this responsibility.

The British Government appreciates international support in the face of Russia's "aggression"

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has applauded the international support received by her ministers after Russia's "reckless act of aggression" in relation to the nerve gas attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal and her daughter, and has warned that you can still take more measures.

Russia promises a "severe" response to the expulsion of Russian officials in the US for the Skripal case

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Riabkov has assured that his government will give a "severe" response to the decision of the United States to expel 60 Russian officials and diplomats in retaliation for the attack that left the Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal critically wounded. and her daughter Yulia on March 4 in the British city of Salisbury.

Macron asks Erdogan for the cessation of hostilities in Syria so as not to weaken the fight against the Islamic State

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has asked his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a cessation of hostilities in Syria so as not to weaken the fight against the Islamic State, a problem of "national security" for France.

Germany remembers with a minute of silence the tragedy of Germanwings

The city of Haltern am See, in western Germany, today recalled with a minute of silence the 150 victims of the tragedy of the Germanwings flight, mostly Spanish and German, three years ago.

Seven arrested for their alleged relationship with the Islamic State in Malaysia

The Malaysian Police have arrested seven men for their alleged relationship with the Islamic State. The suspects were preparing attacks against non-Muslim temples and other targets, authorities reported Saturday.

A Moroccan detained in Portugal for recruiting young people to the Islamic State

A false Moroccan refugee, Abdesselam Tazi, was arrested Friday in Portugal for recruiting young people to the Islamic State, according to the Portuguese Prosecutor's Office.

Justice prohibits former President Kuczynski from leaving Peru

Peru's judiciary has banned former president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski ssalir from the country for a period of 18 months within the framework of the corruption investigation that led him out of office on March 21 and related to the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht.

From the Alhambra to the Parthenon: the world joins the Earth Hour 2018

Several monuments and emblematic places have turned off their lights to join the Earth Hour between 8:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. on this Saturday, coinciding with the worldwide WWF initiative that is celebrated worldwide with the aim of launching a message of commitment and responsibility with the environment.

Mosul: an exercise in oblivion

For the residents of the Old City, the return to Mosul is an exercise to try to forget: its streets bear the scars of the horrors they survived, either living under the draconian government of Islamic State (IS) or for nine months of brutal battles, while the US-led coalition battled to recover the city of the jihadists.

The number of evacuees in Ghuta Oriental already surpasses, according to Russia, 100,000 people

About 700 people have left the Syrian region of East Ghuta on Saturday for the Muhayam al Wafedin humanitarian corridor, as reported by the Russian military spokesman of the Center for Reconciliation in Syria, Vladimir Zolotujin, and there are already more than 100,000 evacuees from the opening of the exit steps of the zone besieged by the Syrian Government.

Turkey declares "total control" over the Afrin region

The Turkish Army General Staff has declared on Saturday that its forces have taken "full control" of the Syrian region of Afrin, just over two months after the start of the military campaign Rama de Olivo against the Kurdish militias stationed in this area near the Turkish border.

Hundreds of thousands of protesters call for action against guns after Parkland shooting

Hundreds of thousands of people have participated in the demonstrations organized in the main cities of the United States, with Washington DC as the epicenter, in the so-called "March for our lives" in response to incidents such as the shooting of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Institute in Parkland, in Florida, in which 17 people were killed.

Trudeau is optimistic about NAFTA because of the possibility that Canada will achieve a good agreement

The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, has assured on Wednesday that he remains optimistic about the possibility that Canada will reach a good agreement in the negotiations to update the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

The alleged perpetrator of the bomb attacks in Texas left a confession of 25 minutes on his mobile phone

The United States Police have indicated on Wednesday that the alleged perpetrator of the bomb attacks that took place throughout the month of March in the state of Texas, in the south of the country, left a confession of 25 minutes in the mobile phone before immolating himself with one of his artifacts.

Hamas says it has made "great progress" in its investigation of the bomb attack on Hamdalá

The Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) has assured on Wednesday that it has made "great progress" in its investigation of the bomb attack perpetrated last week on the convoy of Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdalá in the Gaza Strip. has stressed that "the security forces persecute those involved in this crime."

The new financing project of the Government includes an additional 65,000 million euros in Defense

Republican and Democratic leaders have presented on Wednesday in the United States Congress a new financing project of 1.3 trillion dollars (1 trillion euros) until September, which includes 80,000 million dollars (64.700 million euros) in additional defense spending, the largest increase in the last 15 years.

Turkey warns that it will expel the YPG from the border if it does not reach an agreement with the US on Manbij

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu warned on Thursday that the Turkish armed forces will expel the Syrian Kurdish militias from the People's Protection Units (YPG) of the border if they do not reach an agreement with the United States on their plan to expel these fighters from the Manbij region.

A judge opens a formal investigation against Sarkozy for the alleged financing of Libya to his campaign in 2007

A French judge opened a formal investigation on Wednesday against former President Nicolas Sarkozy for allegedly financing his campaign for the presidential elections of 2007 by the Government of Muammar Gaddafi.

Tempe Police (Arizona) broadcasts the video of the deadly crash of Uber's driverless car

The local Tempe Police, in Arizona (USA), has broadcast a video of the accident in which a woman was killed on Sunday by one of Uber's driverless cars. It is the first known mortal sinister carried out by one of these robotic vehicles on a public road.

Zuckerberg says he is willing to appear before the US Congress in the case of data leakage

This is all you need to know about the Facebook scandal and the data leakage from Cambridge Analytica MADRID, Mar. 22 (EUROPA PRESS) -

May will try to convince EU leaders to condemn Russia for the attack on Skripal

British Prime Minister Theresa May will try to dissuade EU leaders from condemning Russia for the nervous gas attack on Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and her daughter Yulia in the British town of Salisbury.

Kuczynski presents his resignation after a year and a half in office for the Odebrecht corruption scandal

The parties of Peru agree to accept the resignation request presented by Kuczynski

Increases to five the death toll from a fire in a Manila hotel

At least five people have died as a result of a fire earlier this Sunday in a hotel in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, as reported by the Philippine portal Inquirer quoting the Center for Disaster Management (MDRRMO) of the Philippine city .

An Israeli dies after receiving several stabs in the Old City of Jerusalem

An Israeli man has died on Sunday after being stabbed in the Old City of Jerusalem by a 28-year-old man who was shot dead by Israeli security forces.

The ex-governor of the South Korean province of Chungcheong rejects accusations of sexual abuse against him

The ex-governor of the South Korean province of Chungcheong An Hee Jung has rejected on Monday the accusations against him and has assured that he did not sexually assault his former secretary since the relations between the two were consensual.

Republicans urge Trump to let special prosecutor Robert Mueller "do his job"

The Republican Party has urged US President Donald Trump on Sunday to let the special prosecutor in charge of the investigation into the presumed Russian interference in the 2016 presidential elections, Robert Mueller, "do their job" and have alerted the consequences that could be caused by interference on your part.

Japan, the US and South Korea highlight the importance of "not repeating the mistakes of the past" on the Korean peninsula

The main advisers of National Security of the United States, South Korea and Japan have emphasized the importance of "not committing the mistakes of the past" after two days of meetings on the North Korean question, as reported by the South Korean government on Monday.

OPCW inspectors arrive in London on Monday to investigate the poisoning of former spy Skripal

UK Foreign Minister Boris Johnson has announced that inspectors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) will arrive in London on Monday to investigate the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury through of tests whose result will not be known until at least two weeks.

At least two injured by an explosion in the town of Austin (USA)

An explosion recorded this Sunday in the town of Austin, in the state of Texas, has resulted in at least two injuries, as reported by the US authorities, who have indicated that several agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) They have moved to the scene.

Maduro and Morales congratulate Putin on his re-election as president of Russia

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and his Bolivian counterpart, Evo Morales, congratulated Russian leader Vladimir Putin on Sunday for his re-election as head of the country, according to the news network Telesur.

Xi Jinping congratulates Putin on his re-election as president of Russia

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday congratulated his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, on his re-election as Russia's president after the elections held on Sunday, Xinhua news agency reported.

Putin achieves a new six-year term with more than 76 percent of the vote

in the presidential elections this Sunday with 91.5 percent of the votes counted, as reported by the vice president of the Central Electoral Commission of the country, Nikolai Buláev.

Vietnam remembers the victims of the May Lai massacre on its 50th anniversary

Vietnam has remembered the victims of the My Lai massacre this Friday on its 50th anniversary with a memorial ceremony at the site of the killings, which was attended by survivors of the massacre, their families and about 60 veterans of the War of Vietnam and anti-war activists.

The Dalai Lama ensures that Tibet can exist within China in the same spirit as the EU

The Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has ensured that Tibet can exist within China in the same spirit with which the European Union holds together.

Moon says that South Korea will see "a spectacular change" after the inter-Korean meeting

The South Korean president, Moon Jae In, has assured this Friday that South Korea will see "a spectacular change" in its destiny and will take a jump if it takes advantage of the inter-Korean meetings and of North Korea with the United States to bring peace to the region.

The candidate for the Presidency of Mexico Ricardo Anaya describes as "crazy" the policies of Trump

The candidate for the Presidency of Mexico Ricardo Anaya has assured this Wednesday that the economic policies of the president of the United States, Donald Trump, are a "crazy" bet for delaying the advance of the technologies that will eliminate the jobs in the manufacturing sector.

The US urged North Korea to free the Americans before the meeting between Trump and Kim Jong Un

Joseph Yun, the recently retired United States special envoy for North Korea, has assured on Thursday that he has urged North Korea to send a positive signal by releasing three American prisoners before a possible meeting between US President Donald Trump , and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un.

South Korea prepares the meeting with Kim Jong Un

South Korean officials have begun preparations for a summit next month with North Korea to reduce tensions on the peninsula, as a report has shown that North Korea may have started testing a nuclear reactor at the end of February.

Trump decides to replace his National Security Adviser, according to 'The Washington Post'

US President Donald Trump has decided to replace his National Security Adviser, Herbert McMaster, but the measure is not expected to be taken immediately, the Washington Post reported Thursday.

At least four people die after collapsing a bridge in Florida

MADRID, 16 (EUROPA PRESS) At least four people have been killed and another ten injured on Thursday due to the collapse of an access bridge to the International University of Florida (FIU, in its acronym in English), in the United States.

Russia will increase its "blacklist" of Americans in response to new US sanctions

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Riabkov said on Friday that Moscow will respond to new US sanctions by increasing the number of Americans included in its "black list".

Russia maintains its proposal for dialogue with the United Kingdom on the attack against Skripal

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Riabkov has assured that Russia maintains its proposal to have a dialogue about the nervous gas attack against the Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, of which London has accused Moscow.

Germany on alert for several attacks on mosques and Turkish official venues

German security agencies are on alert following the succession of violent attacks against Turkish installations in Berlin, Stuttgart and other cities, as confirmed by the German Interior Ministry.

Dies at 96 years old the 'accounting of Auschwitz'

The former SS officer Nazis Oskar Groening, popularly known as 'the accounting of Auschwitz', has died at 96 years of age, as confirmed by a spokesman for German prosecutors.

US raises the Security Council truce immediately applicable to Ghuta East, Syria

The United States has submitted to the members of the Security Council a draft resolution providing for a truce for the Syrian region of East Ghuta, controlled by rebels armed militias and object of an offensive by the Syrian army.

Turkey says the capture of the town of Afrin is next, Syria

The Turkish government has assured Monday that it will soon take the city of Afrin, main city of the Syrian enclave target of a Turkish military offensive launched last January 20 against Syrian Kurdish militias.

The war in Syria left more than 500,000 dead, 100,000 of them civilians

Around 511,000 people have died in Syria since the start of the war nearly seven years ago, according to a new balance provided Monday by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

Santos ordered to resume the peace process with the ELN

President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, announced Monday that it has been instructed to resume the peace process initiated with the National Liberation Army (ELN), confirming the news previously advanced by the guerrillas.

Merkel and SPD seal the new government in Germany almost 6 months after the elections

Nearly six months after general elections, conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel and the Social Democrats have finally signed the contract to reprise the Alliance coalition government, at a ceremony in one of the buildings of the German Parliament.

49 confirmed dead after crashing a plane at Kathmandu airport

Nepalese authorities have confirmed the death of 49 of the 71 people aboard the aircraft carrier Bangladeshi US-Bangla Airlines crashed Monday at the airport of the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu.

Foreign confirmed the death of two Spanish with dual nationality in the Turkish plane I wrecked in Iran

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that among the 11 dead in Turkish plane that crashed Sunday in Iranian territory included two Turkish citizens with dual Spanish nationality.

Theresa May gives two-day ultimatum to Russia to explain the poisoning of exespía Skripal

British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has given Russia two days, until the end of the day on Tuesday to give a "credible" explanation of poisoning double exagente Russian Sergei Skripal and daughter Yulia, after noting that Moscow is " very likely "responsible for the poisoning.

Tubos Reunidos, the Spanish company exposed to tariff

The "iron curtain" in the form of tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum raised by Donald Trump has sparked a wave of criticism from governments, companies and trade unions around the world and even members of the Republican Party. The measure also keeps on tenterhooks some of the Spanish companies in the steel sector, as Acerinox, ArcelorMittal, Tubacex and Tubos Reunidos, the latter being the most affected. The US is the largest market maker alavés tubes, which employs 1,500 workers, exporting to that country 40% of its sales. The problem is that the company does not manufacture its products there, unlike, for example, Acerinox and ArcelorMittal, which produced there they sell in that market so that would benefit from tariffs. Acerinox subsidiary in that country, North American Stainless (NAS), has a factory in Kentucky with a market share close to 35% and which melts almost 50% of US stainless steel with a turnover of 2,031 million euros in 2017. ArcelorMittal, meanwhi…

Countries have set up more than 10,000 protectionist standards since 2008

Donald Trump threatens the EU with a sort of new era of protectionism in international trade. "Prepare yourselves for tariffs," he said last weekend, accusing the Old Continent from obstructing US products. But the fact is that tariffs of 25% on imports of steel and 10% to the newly approved US aluminum are more than a protectionist measure applied in recent years. Since 2008, in response to the crisis, countries around the world have adopted rules of economic protectionism 10,035, according to data collected by the "think tank" Global Trade Alert. This independent organization was boosted in 2009 by the Center for Research of Economic Policy (CEPR, for its acronym in English) to intuit that the global crisis would lead governments to adopt measures similar to those of the thirties policies, although the G-20 did in November 2008 in Washington a promise of 'no protectionism'. Those more than 10,000 barriers to trade and cross-border investments implemented…

Russian secret services, with carte blanche to kill traitors

Sergei Skripal unmasked all Russian agents GRU (Russian military intelligence) operating in Europe, which ended in one fell swoop with their careers, in addition to security dealt damage Russia. Some of the identified Russian television presenters considered the Kremlin last week that it is normal for a traitor as Skripal pay for it, immediately afterwards denying President Vladimir Putin has to do with it. If it is true also that the poisoned double agent and her daughter continued to work with the MI6, his name was certainly on a list of undesirables from the Lubyanka, the headquarters of the powerful FSB, the Federal Service of the Russian Security old KGB was called, the dreaded State Security Committee. Putin has strengthened this body virtually the same powers it had in Soviet times, including letters of marque to act abroad. Russian analyst biweekly Novaya Gazeta, Pavel Felgenhauer, is convinced that the toxic attack on Skripal "had to be no doubt on orders from Moscow, s…

Seehofer inaugurates the new Ministry of the Interior and the German Nation

The president of Bavaria and Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, starred yesterday the main story of the presentation of the grand coalition agreement by downplaying the rebranding of its portfolio. Now it includes the word "Heimat", which translates household or nation and that the New York Times has alarmed translated as "homeland". "I already founded a museum of the country ... I say a Ministry of the Fatherland in Bavaria" was the slip of the tongue with which he started laughing at the crowded press conference and relaxed tone of the questions about changes in the portfolio, that does not seem to go beyond retrieve the word 'Heimat' for large parties, rather than allow itself to be anti appropriating European foreign training and anti Alternative for Germany (AFD). One of its presidents, Alexander Gauland, summoned the media just the new government was presented to chanza of the new ministers. "The only salvageable is Jens Spahn," he…

The purges in the Chinese Army cause lower than in wartime

Serve in the Army is always a high-risk occupation, but China may be more dangerous in peacetime than in war. At least for officers, and 13,000 of them have been purged since President Xi Jinping took power five years ago, according to figures published by the Journal of the People's Liberation Army. Among them are a hundred senior officers, some as important as Chiefs of Staff and Vice-powerful Central Military Commission. At 66, the last to fall into this new type of combat has been Fang Fenhui, who in his day shone as the youngest commander of the army and in January was accused of corruption. Former chief of staff and member of the Military Commission, is under investigation for paying and taking bribes because he was related to another defenestrado high command, Zhang Yang, who committed suicide on 23 November. Under Hong Kong newspaper "South China Morning Post" Zhang hung himself at his home in Beijing one hour before the anti-corruption inspectors would come to …

Rocío San Miguel: "Chavistas military do not want to blow themselves by Maduro"

Venezuelan Rocío San Miguel lives under constant harassment and threats by the regime of Nicolas Maduro for his work as president of Social Watch, an NGO dedicated to issues of national security and defense. In this interview he discusses the course saber rattling in Venezuelan barracks. Although this time the "noise" does not come from the opposition but certain sectors of Chavismo do not want to blow themselves up with Maduro. How many soldiers have been imprisoned for political reasons? -for the last nine military facts were sent to prison in Ramo Verde and military sections of the Pica and Santa Ana. There are about 80 military prisons who have been detained by the Directorate of Military Counterintelligence (Dgcim). Why they have been detained? -The accused of allegedly conspiring against the government of Maduro. What are the causes of discontent in the barracks -The principal is the failure of Maduro in socio-economic management of the country. Venezuela is suffering…

The shadow of violence network of Russian oligarchs that threatens Greece's recovery

Greece dawned yesterday shocked with the images of powerful businessman Ivan Savvidis, president of PAOK Thessaloniki team, armed and angry entering the football field with four of his bodyguards on Sunday night Monday. Savvidis stopped the match 90 minutes into the match Super League between PAOK and AEK to protest the cancellation of Fernando Varela goal of his team and making threats into. Finally this sad episode ended with the arrest warrant of Savvidis and his four bodyguards by police and not be arrested in the next few hours, with subsequent prosecution. Also Deputy Sports Minister Yorgos Vasiliadis, after meeting with Alexis Tsipras, announced hours after the Greek League indefinitely suspended. Popular businessman in the crisis years and admirer of Tsipras Savvidis is not a Russian either: born in 1959 in Santa (Soviet republic of Georgia) but his family comes directly from the Greeks of the Pondo, a coastal Black Sea region. This origin is Greek nationality in addition to …

The PSOE rehearses choral portavocía with intermittent Sánchez

The absence of Pedro Sanchez in the Congress of Deputies inevitably marks the political strategy of the PSOE in the legislature. The environment secretary general tend to present this lack as an opportunity for the Secretary General to appear in other spaces, in a time when we and the arrival of Spanish citizens took the policy of Parliament. The paradox has been that once these formations have achieved parliamentary representation, it is Congress that has returned to seethe, becoming at times on a television set. And, of course, Sanchez is not. Congress held tomorrow, Wednesday one of the most important sessions so far this Legislature. That importance gives the Government. Mariano Rajoy defends his policy on pensions and could put on the table some new measure. PSOE leader will not be to give the reply. A task that will fall to the parliamentary spokeswoman, Margarita Robles, as confirmed yesterday from the parliamentary group. By the other two opposition parties are Pablo Iglesias…

Colau invests 35 million for related entities and collectives

Maximum facilities to its related groups. Barcelona City Council, led by Ada Colau is especially permissive groups and entities that are in the ideological orbit Party mayor and even the CUP. Proof of this are the more than 35 million euros that the municipal government has earmarked for local these groups, 'embassies radicals, "as viewed from the PP municipal group in Barcelona. According to data provided by the popular group buying buildings by the government for its cognate Colau since governs over 20 million, amount which must be added another 15 million in renovations of both buildings acquired as assigned. As if this were not enough, some city-owned buildings remain in the hands of "squatters" facing no opposition Guildhall. "Colau need to end this policy of purchasing buildings and sale of equipment related ideologically radical groups," Alberto Fernandez incident, municipal leader of the Nationalists. In his view, this attitude is not conducive to…

The government wants to keep alive the debate on reviewable permanent prison with its expansion

La Moncloa know that the debate on permanent prison revisable they have won on the street. From the beginning, the Government of Rajoy took the lead with a matter in which firmly believes, and which has been seen only in Congress. Despite the loneliness, the bill to extend the assumptions of permanent prison remains in standby, and sources said Justice could be sent to Parliament in five or six months. For now, the Government are very attentive to the plenary on Thursday in Congress, which will discuss and vote on two amendments to all the PNV on Proposition calling for the repeal of the death penalty. One of the amendments is the PP, and she has "cast" the full text of current law, with permanent prison revisable already approved, plus five new cases that proposed the Government to cases of extreme gravity. In the unlikely event that the proposed amendment was approved by the PP, the Government would be pleased its proposal, but the reform would be processed. But most like…

Quer regrets that we can not have proposals "to prevent further corpses"

With the Spanish society still shocked by the brutal murder of Gabriel Muñoz at the hands of the bride from her father, the two great leaders of the left have decided to ignore the parents of Diana Quer, Juan Carlos Quer, and Mari Luz Cortés, Juan José Cortés, and join forces with the nationalists to Thursday the PP and Citizens not halt the repeal of the reviewable permanent prison, as anticipated ABC on Saturday. Churches, even yesterday gave back to Juan Carlos Quer not wanting to meet him at the Congress of Deputies. Quer hoped to move him in person his reasons in favor of reviewable permanent prison and ask that we can refrain Thursday in the debate to be held in plenary to decide whether the repeal of the death penalty goes ahead or slows replaced by one of the alternative texts presented by PP or citizens. Popular propose not only not repeal it but also the expansion of its application to include cases of murder with obstruction of the recovery of the corpse, murder after kidn…

A hostess club to achieve the "Spanish dream" in Burgos

"To seek the Spanish dream." Is what, say those who know Ana Julia Quezada came to Spain from the Dominican Republic three decades ago. Here he met Miguel, with whom he eventually married and share the paternity of a daughter, and was largely the reason he developed a life for over twenty years in Burgos capital. "He was very much in love. I loved her very much". While a Christmas about 25 years ago -the calculations among those who knew them fail precisarlo- Ana Julia took her parents' home and introduced her as his "girlfriend", after having known hostess club. The parents accepted and began a life together in the joy of the early birth of a girl joined the couple. But that joy was overshadowed by the death of the little that she had had with another couple in their homeland. "Come on bring it cost them!" ABC reminds a neighboring del Camino Casa de la Vega in which Ana Julia developed much of his life in the capital of Cid. Little it cam…

Ana's mother Julia Quezada: "The devil made her commit the act"

Relatives of Ana Julia Quezada who live in the Dominican Republic yesterday expressed dismay and anguish after learning of the crime he is accused his kinsman. Hardest hit of all was his mother, Juana Cruz, 72, who said she raised her not to do something like that, so it must be that "the devil made her commit the act." So it Juana Cruz said the journalist Leoncio Vara Dominican newspaper Juana is the mother of nine children and wanted to make clear that none of them has ever been embroiled in conflict with the law, so he was very surprised when she learned what happened through television and social networks. He does not dealt with them The woman, who lives in the Dominican province of La Vega, adding that her daughter Ana Julia studied through eighth grade of primary school in the Dominican Republic and already has 26 years living in Spain. He added that he had two daughters, of whom one died under mysterious circumstances when he was four years old and …

Gabriel was strangled, has stopped beating and the crime does not cooperate

The arrest of Ana Julia Quezada was not a surprise and less for parents of Gabriel Cruz, the eight year old boy killed in Almería. "You could not say anything because it was part of the investigation," Patricia Ramirez said yesterday in an interview with Cope. For Puri Carmen, Grandmother small that on February 27 was in Las Hortichuelas (Nijar) with his grandson and the couple of your child when the child left home after eating, neither was. The researchers asked them to disimularan to prevent the suspect was put on alert and could further complicate the investigation. They did bite the bullet and endured the kind admirably. "We knew it all," admitted the mayor of Nijar, Esperanza Perez has been very close to the family. ÁngelCruz, the father, would have been the last to be informed of the progress of the investigations, because he had previously completely rule out his involvement in the events. Not that at some point had concrete evidence against him, but when …

The daughter of the alleged murders of Gabriel, entered anxiety and "afraid to go out for harassment '

"The one that makes me sad is the girl. It's not her fault". It is grief and common feeling for Judith, daughter Ana Julia left in Burgos result of a relationship with who cleared a hostess club, made his girlfriend, gave their names to the daughter born early and also that he came from the Dominican Republic and died soon after, and integrated into your family. "His mother behaved great with her," remember, while some spoken recalls that usurped some property. Judith's grandmother, the daughter of Ana Julia, no longer lives at Casa Camino de la Vega, the last full cameras, mobile units and many curious point. The girl, 24-year-old yesterday was not a trace of her street, which brings out walking your dog, nor where until Sunday was his job, a bar that focused the anger of his friends to hear that they had "thrown" to the young. Two locations with the same name you did not like anything about the girl questions. In fact, where I used to be a cook…

ERC opens the deputy information package Lluís Salvadó

ERC has decided on Monday to open information file to the deputy in the Parlament and number three in the party, Lluís Salvadó after published on Friday a telephone conversation that, on the search for a Regional Minister for Education, raised choose "to have tits fattest ". In a statement, it explained that making this decision under the code of conduct and code of ethics of the party, and this procedure will assess the words of Assistant Secretary General of ERC and determine whether to apply "disciplinary measures". The compliance of the code of conduct will assess whether words can be subject to sanctions and move its findings to the National Executive of the party: this body is the end taking a final decision. The Republican Party considered that Salvadó words are offensive, sexist, reprehensible and totally unacceptable, but also regretted that the leak of the conversation is part of a strategy of "dirty war" of the state to erode the party. ERC, w…

USA British embraces theory and Russia also blames the attack on exespía

Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson said today to have "full confidence" in the conclusion that the United Kingdom that there is a "high probability" that Russia is behind the attack has reached double spy Sergei Skripal. "We have full confidence in the UK research and its conclusion that Russia is likely responsible for the attack with a nerve agent that took place last week in Salisbury" (southern England), Tillerson said in a statement. "From Ukraine to Syria now-and in the United Kingdom, Russia remains an irresponsible force of instability in the world, acting with a general disregard for the sovereignty of other states and the lives of its citizens," he added. Tillerson spoke by telephone today with his British counterpart, Boris Johnson, with whom he concluded that "those responsible for the crime -the who committed and those who ordenaron- must face serious consequences." "There is never any justification for such an attack…

Republicans US intelligence committee dismiss the coordination between Russia and Trump

Republicans Intelligence Committee of the United States House of Representatives have said Monday it closed the investigation into Russia and the US elections of 2016, and have found no coordination between Moscow and the president's campaign, Donald Trump, to influence the vote. Republicans have noted that Russia accept that sought to influence the election propaganda and spreading false news through social networks. However, they have rejected the findings of the investigation by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Security Agency (NSA) and the FBI, which says that Moscow was seeking help Trump, who beat Democrat Hillary Clinton. "We have finished with the interview stage. We are now at the stage of writing the report ", said Reuters Republican Congressman Mike Conaway, who led the research committee last year. For his part, Adam Schiff, the highest Democrat on the committee, expressed his disagreement and criticized the announcement as premature closure. …

Trump block the hostile takeover by Broadcom Qualcomm 'national security'

The US president, Donald Trump, today ordered the Singaporean company Broadcom to cease its attempts to buy the US Qualcomm, for which he had launched a hostile takeover bid of 117,000 million dollars, considering that threatens the "security national". "The proposed takeover of Qualcomm is prohibited, and any merger, acquisition or takeover substantially similar, either directly or indirectly, is also prohibited," Trump said in a presidential order. US President claimed that the operation, which had been the largest in the technology sector, "threatened to undermine US national security." The operation would have made the largest US manufacturing company microchips for mobile phones in the hands of a company based in Asia. Broadcom launched a hostile takeover bid Qualcomm in November last year at a price of $ 70 per share and in February raised the offer to $ 82. Qualcomm address rejected Broadcom offers and the Government of Trump ordered earlier this …

Syrian Army forces surround Duma, one of the most important cities in eastern Ghuta

The Syrian army has completely surrounded the city of Duma, one of the largest in the embattled region of Eastern Ghuta, as confirmed Sunday press unit Hezbollah militia, allied with the Syrian government.

Pinera interview with King Juan Carlos before again assuming the Presidency of Chile

Chilean President-elect Sebastian Pinera has kept this Sabbath a "fruitful meeting" with King Juan Carlos, who is in Santiago de Chile to attend the inauguration of new Piñera.

Santos stressed that for the first time the FARC participate in elections in Colombia rather than sabotage

President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, stressed the importance of congressional elections on Sunday and recalled that for the first time in half a century the guerrillas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) participates in the elections instead of sabotage.

Bachelet jokes on his last official presidential photograph: "As I said, I'm not back"

The outgoing president of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, has joked while taking his last official photograph as president and has said he has no intention to stand as a candidate to govern the country.

Open polling stations in Cuba for the renewal of the National Assembly and the provincial assemblies

At 7.00 am this morning (12.00 CET Spanish) have opened polling stations to renew the National Assembly and the assemblies of Cuba in a historic vote since the Legislature again will be to choose a successor to Raul Castro as head of state .

Marine Le Pen, National Front president re-elected

Marine Le Pen was re-elected Sunday as president of the far-right National Front, as announced by the party and collect the Gauls media.

Seoul launches diplomatic offensive to explain the approach to Pyongyang to China, Russia and Japan

The two senior South Korean charges that have recently met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, will travel in the coming days to Russia, China and Japan to inform the leaders of these countries of progress in bringing North Korea by the who has agreed a meeting between Kim and US President Donald Trump.

China begins the "Year Zero" Dynasty Xi

With the decision of the National People's Congress to eliminate the limits of presidential mandate, the current leader of the country, Xi Jinping, has become the most powerful politician in the history of the Asian giant since the government of Deng Xiaoping during the years 80.

Two 18- and 24 die in a frontal crash at La Font de la Figuera

A frontal collision between a passenger car and a truck has killed two women in the district of La Font de la Figuera, sources have reported the Traffic Management Center. The accident occurred around 3.00 pm last night at kilometer 131.5 of the N-344 road, which runs between La Font de la Figuera and Villena. For unspecified reasons there was a collision between tourism and the truck as a result of the impact killed two women, aged 18 and 24 years.

Liquid Memory, civil death

A few days ago I had the privilege of meeting in Lleida Foundation Sorigué the work of Oscar Muñoz (Popayán, 1951). For a skeptic of contemporary art as the "dematerialization" of the Colombian artist they acted as an epiphany. Images of narcos, living or dead, photo-identity card of the author and icons like Che or Warhol. Muñoz outlines, again and again, his self-portrait on a concrete floor that the sun beats down. Use water as ink. A few seconds after each stroke, heat dries the moisture profile to make it disappear. The liquid, or liquidated, gives an aqueous identity image: the artist's face melts between fingers. The "dematerialization" manifests itself in all its rawness in five video projections shower trays. Obits chips faces are deformed, which faces Bélmez, to finish in a spot that dissolves in black water down the drain. It is the second death, oblivion, the worst. Thanks to the patronage of businessman Julio Sorigué and his wife Josefina Blasco, …

Bankia will return 140,000 euros a woman to make transfers without checking that he had impersonated

The Court of First Instance No. 12 of Valencia has ordered 139,913.28 euros Bankia to return a client to make transfers from your account abroad without verifying their identity and, therefore, no check had been impersonated. The bank received an email from the account of the applicant in which these transfers were requested and held without checking the identity of the applicant or ask the card or electronic signature. The woman neither knew nor consented these banking operations. This is stated in the resolution, which has had access Europa Press, in which the court estimated demand of women against Bankia and condemned to return these about 140,000 euros plus legal interest since May 2016. As stated as tested in the above, the applicant is a client of Bankia since August 2015 and deposited in this state the amount obtained from the sale of property owned. In December of that year, the company received an email from the email account of women requesting transfers to another account…

Santacana and Galindo, again rooms

They tried again and returned to get to the podium. Jon Santacana and Miguel Galindo finished fourth for the second time in these Paralympics, but this time they were not so close to the medals in the super-G. The tandem, which reached an average speed of 72.37 km / h, was more than two seconds behind the bronze was for the Slovaks Miroslav Haraus and guide Maros Hudik. Santacana made a mistake at the start of trial that failed to meet the rest of the track and again be at the gates. Gold was for, after the big favorite, Slovaks Jakub Krako and Branislav Brozman Canadian Mac Marcoux will come out track and did not get to finish the test. Italian Giacomo Bertagnolli Fabrizio Casal obtained silver, 18 centéstimas the first step of the podium. Nevertheless, the Spanish couple does not lose hope to leave Korea having increased his record eight Paralympic medals and still has three chances to get it. The next will be on Tuesday in the super. Then again you have options in the slalom (Wedn…