Here, the headlines of the day where, in addition, you will be able to know all the news and the latest news today on ABC. Everything that has happened this Wednesday, December 2 in the world and in Spain:
The mystery continues: a new monolith appears on the top of a hill in northern Romania
The mystery continues. Just a week ago a mysterious monolith appeared in the desert of Utah (United States), which was later removed by a group of four people to avoid the avalanche of tourists.
The David Gistau Journalism Award will be presented this Thursday at the ABC house
This Thursday the David Gistau Award for Journalism, convened by the Editorial Unit and the Vocento Group, and which is sponsored by the ACS Foundation, Mapfre, Santander and Telefónica.
The graphic report of the Black Legend
We believe that we live in the most modern of worlds and aware of the most rabid current affairs, just because our technological capacity allows us to do things that become popular. Like the famous “memes” that circulate on social networks. That type of images manipulated in some way trying to ridicule a fact or a person. This is, the same thing that the enemies of the Hispanic Monarchy did throughout centuries, with a series of illustrations that remained as the iconic substrate of the so-called Black Legend.
The odyssey of the ten thousand deadly fighting cattle that need food every day
The representatives of the Agrupación de Defensa Sanitaria del Bovino Extensivo de Zaragoza, the entity that groups 28 fighting herds, have exposed this Tuesday to the president of the Diputación de Zaragoza, Juan Antonio Sánchez Quero, the problems suffered by the sector as a result of the health crisis.
Alberto Corazón: «This country is absolutely puzzled»
An evening at the ABC house will remember tomorrow David Gistau, who died in February, with the award ceremony that bears his name, convened by Unidad Editorial and Grupo Vocento, and which is sponsored by Fundación ACS, Mapfre, Santander and Telefónica. The event, which will be a tribute to the journalist, as well as a celebration of the journalism that he practiced, can be followed live on the ABC website starting at 7.30pm. In this first edition, the winner was the writer Alberto Olmos for his column “Things the poor should know: instructions for when you lose everything”, published in “El Confidencial” on May 13.
César Antonio Molina: Eduardo Lourenço, wise Iberianist
Eduardo Lourenço (1923-2020) was one of the most prominent European thinkers. Graduated in Historical-Philosophical Sciences from Coimbra, he was professor of philosophy there. Later he taught at several of the most relevant European universities (Hamburg, Heidelberg, Montpellier, Grenoble and Nice) and American (Bahia). He had some of the most prestigious honorary doctorates, as well as the most important European and Ibero-American awards. Was Premio Pessoa y Camoens. The President of the Portuguese Republic expressed the country’s pain for such a great loss and declared national mourning.
Things You May Not Know About “Thriller”: Michael Jackson’s Most Popular Music Video Turns 37
Millions of liters of ink have already been written on «Thriller», the 1982 album that led to Michael Jackson to the commercial summit, and with which he won a whopping eight Grammy Awards. When he recorded it, Michael told the instrumentalists at the Westlake recording studio in Los Angeles, California, to think of “Michelangelo painting the Sistine Chapel: do what you have to do here. The sky is the limit”. The result came in consequence: it is the best-selling album of all time, and even today some 130,000 copies are shipped a year in the United States alone.