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Pepita Vilallonga, the television seer who predicted the death of a client

«I don’t think you will make it to December». This was the devastating prediction that a woman suffering from depression found when she went to the television psychic’s office in 2016 Pepita Vilallonga. According to the victim, for a month she lived in a “state of panic” and disbursed up to 31,000 euros to pay for rituals that could prevent her imminent death and that of her pets. And, according to his story, the tarot reader would have assured him that it would not last “long” because they had cast an evil eye on him. In a difficult personal moment, the woman turned to Vilallonga’s office for help, and believes that she was scammed. For this reason, she asks for eight years in prison, so that she “stops deceiving people.”

Ayuso, about Pedro Sánchez: «I see him delighted to see himself, and then you know that he is lying to you»

The regional president, Isabel Diaz Ayuso, has gone tonight to the television program El Hormiguero, directed by Pablo Motos, and there he has acknowledged that his relationship with the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, “can be improved”. Specifically, he says that when treating him it seems that he is “delighted to see you, and then you know that he is lying to you.” On the internal crisis in his party on account of his desire to preside over the PP in Madrid, he defends giving that battle because it is «a person with own criteria“And to which” the ballot box “gives” much more freedom than the offices. “

Carlos Mazón: “We are not the Catalan countries and we will go to court if necessary”

The Popular Party is not resigned to accepting that the Senate accepts the denominations of “Valencian Country” and “Catalan countries” to refer in whole or in part to the Valencian Community.

The posing of Ayuso and Almeida in La Almudena does not slow down the internal pulse in the PP

Crowds around the Almudena Cathedral esplanade, a bright sunny morning and dozens of media expectations. The setting was this Tuesday, the day of celebration of the Madrilenian patron saint, the Virgen de la Almudena, ideal for a reunion between friends in front of hundreds of witnesses. This was the hug, with light and stenographers, from the regional president, Isabel Diaz Ayuso, and the mayor of the capital, José Luis Martínez-Almeida: photographed and broadcast live, viewed down to the smallest detail. Reflection of a harmony that really exists between the two politicians, but that does not mean more than a festive truce in an internal conflict in the PP that is still open on the channel.

The dream of self-sufficiency on Mars, seen from Spain

So that Matt Damon survive in Mars For 400 days, the writing team of ‘The Martian’ studied in detail the impediments that the red planet offered to life. They decided to adapt the character, they turned him into a botanist as well as an engineer, they endowed him with sufficient expertise, and thus made it easier for him to build a kind of greenhouses that would guarantee his livelihood. The film was defined as a science fiction film: surviving on Mars at the mercy of storms and radiation – many thought in 2015 – by planting lettuce in hell, seemed, without going into excess, a crazy idea.

Batet apologized to PP and Vox in private for requesting the disqualification of deputy Rodríguez

The president of the Congress, Meritxell Batet, harshly attacked the second vice president, Ana Pastor, to the fourth secretary, Adolfo Suarez Illana, –Both of the PP– and the fourth vice president, Ignacio Gil Lazaro, –Vox– for requesting the disqualification of the former number three of We canAlberto Rodriguez. It happened on October 19, three days before Batet herself removed the seat from the Canarian activist, during the meeting that the Mesa of the Lower House held, as always, behind closed doors. As ABC has learned and is recorded in the confidential minutes of that appointment, Batet considered it “unusual” that deputies and parliamentary groups set themselves up “as interpreters of court decisions,” and accused them of political opportunism for demanding that the seat be withdrawn. to Rodríguez.

Urgent: a technical assistant (AT) for Oscar

Oscar’s parents, a 4-year-old boy with autism spectrum disorder and with a disability of 33 percent, they have been waiting eight months for their little one to receive the support of a technical assistant (AT) to help you in your day to day.

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