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The new coins with the portrait of King Charles III

London, Sep 30 - The new coins with the portrait of King Charles III were shown for the first time this Friday by The Royal Mint factory, which indicated that the 50 pence coins will enter circulation in a...

Mass blackout recorded in Cuba after Hurricane Ian, according to local media

The blackout was reported this Tuesday afternoon by the director of the Electric Union of Cuba, Lázaro Guerra, confirming that both in Havana and in the rest of the provinces there was no electricity service. A massive blackout on the...

Zelensky accuses Russia of genocide of Ukrainian indigenous peoples

The president of Ukraine considers that the mobilizations and recruitment that Russia is launching in the separatist cities lead these men to physical extermination The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, launched this Sunday night accusations of genocide against Russia,...

More than 20 people die in shipwreck in Bangladesh

Most were Hindu pilgrims who had set out for a local temple to take part in the Mahalaya festival. Authorities assume that up to 25 more people are still missing. At least 23 people died this Sunday (09.25.2022) after...

Elections in Italy: why 70 governments have been formed in less than 80 years

Italy goes to the polls this Sunday again after the resignation in July of Mario Draghi. The political atomization, the transfugismo and the weakness of the parties are in the germ of the great Italian governmental instability. Since World War...

Violence without brake: 10 people are murdered in a pool in Mexico

In the place they found cardboard with the acronym of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel, which operates in that region. At least 10 people were killed, and others were injured, this Wednesday in a pool located in the...

China maintains loan rates while the rest of the central banks raise theirs

On Tuesday, China kept its benchmark interest rates unchanged in the monthly setting, as expected, as the authorities apparently decided to postpone immediate monetary easing following the rapid fall in the local currency and while central banks in...

Japanese inflation hits 8-year high and remains above 2% target

TOKYO, Sept 20 - Japanese consumer core inflation accelerated to 2.8% in August, hitting its fastest annual pace in nearly eight years and exceeding the central bank's 2% target for the fifth consecutive month. , by increasing pressure...

Uganda declares an Ebola outbreak after confirming the death of a patient

Ugandan health authorities declared an Ebola outbreak on Tuesday after confirming a case in the Mubende district (center), where a 24-year-old man died of the disease caused by the virus. The case corresponds to the "relatively exceptional strain of...

3 interesting details about the guillotine

Surprising facts about the execution device once dubbed France's "national razor", the guillotine. Its origins date back to the Middle Ages. The name "guillotine" dates back to the 1790s and the French Revolution, but similar execution machines have been around for...

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Why is Girona the new ‘hub’ of world cycling?

Fifty thousand visitors attended the Sea Otter Europa cycling festival in Girona. Lance Armstrong lived there and planted the...