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Guaidó accuses Zapatero of being “an accomplice of the murderer of children Maduro”

The Acting President, Juan Guaidó, urged the former president of the Spanish Government, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, to “review” his position on the political crisis in Venezuela. In a meeting with the press, the opposition leader assured this Monday that Zapatero “is no longer advocating an ideological issue and becomes an accomplice in the violation of human rights,” he stressed.

Qatar 2022 World Draw: Spain will face Kosovo, a country it does not recognize

The United Kingdom, ready to eliminate the most controversial clauses of the law that stopped the agreement with the EU

While the government of Boris Johnsonbegins the massive vaccination campaign against Covid-19, is in a race against time to reach a trade agreement with the EU before the end of the transition period of the Brexi. In this context, it seems that it is softening positions. At least that is how the announcement is made that it is preparing to remove three controversial clauses from the draft Internal Market Law.

The incidence of the virus falls by almost half in two weeks

The incidence of the virus has dropped by nearly half over the past two weeks. On November 23, Spain had 374 cases per hundred thousand inhabitants, while this Monday that figure already fell to 215. Despite the improvement in the situation, eleven communities were above the average yesterday. Among them, two even exceeded 300 positives for every 100,000 inhabitants. This was the case of the Basque Country (308) and Asturias (304). It was followed very closely by La Rioja, with 299 and Cantabria (287).

They release the Spanish kidnapped in Colombia

Jesus Antonio Quintana GarciaHe is now at his home in Cali, after being released by an armed group that has not yet been identified, after two days of kidnapping. This was stated in a statement by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), of which the man from Malaga is Managing Director for the Americas and who was kidnapped on December 5 in the vicinity of the municipality of Toribío, north of the department of Cauca .

The WHO warns that the majority of the population is still susceptible to contagion today

The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu, said today that the «herd immunity »is far away and they warn that most of the world’s population is still vulnerable against the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, declared today, in Geneva,

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