Pelé fans stand guard in front of the hospital where he is admitted: ‘Long live the king’ – DebtInflation

A group of Brazilian fans held a vigil on December 4 in front of the Sao Paulo hospital where the former soccer player Edson Arantes do Nascimento ‘Pele’ He has been hospitalized since Tuesday for a respiratory infection to express your support and ask for the improvement of his health. The nearly 75 fans who …

Pelé fans stand guard in front of the hospital where he is admitted: ‘Long live the king’
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Guadalupe-Reyes Marathon: How many kilos can a person gain this season? – DebtInflation

The December holidays, or the famous Guadalupe Reyes marathon, are about to appear on the calendar. At inns, Christmas dinners, get-togethers and end-of-year celebrations, the scale can become our enemy, especially if there is an abuse of food and drink that leaves consequences such as weight gain. During this season, a person can increase from …

Guadalupe-Reyes Marathon: How many kilos can a person gain this season?
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More drought: Cconchaccota lagoon disappears, in the Andes of Peru – DebtInflation

Standing at the door of her house in the afternoon sun Andes of southern PeruVilma Huamaní watches with concern how the small lagoon of Cconchaccota, axis of the life of his community, dried up until it was turned into a plain of cracked earth and surrounded by yellowish grass. Huamaní, a 38-year-old mother of four, …

More drought: Cconchaccota lagoon disappears, in the Andes of Peru
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Racist And Homophobic Speeches Soared On Twitter With Elon Musk: The New York Times – DebtInflation

Hate speech -including racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic attacks- have skyrocketed on Twitter since the social network was acquired by Elon Musk, according to several studies carried out by researchers and compiled by The New York Times this Friday. For example, whereas before they appeared in Twitter a daily average of 1,282 racist insults against blacks, …

Racist And Homophobic Speeches Soared On Twitter With Elon Musk: The New York Times
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The convenience of social polarization – DebtInflation

One of the great liabilities of the country with which we will go out in these years It is social polarization. Mexico has a history characterized by periods in which internal divisions have produced conflicts that have devastated our territory and causing destruction and death. This has been some of the transformations to which the …

The convenience of social polarization
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Ingrid Coronado: Who is the driver’s lawyer who could sue Anna Ferro? – DebtInflation

In days gone by, Ingrid Coronado would have once again touched on the subject of an alleged lawsuit that she would file against Anna Ferro, widow of Fernando del Solar; first for the support of his children and later for a property located in Morelos, where the ex-driver and his partner lived before he died. …

Ingrid Coronado: Who is the driver’s lawyer who could sue Anna Ferro?
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Violence in Jalisco: New confrontations are registered; 4 vehicles set on fire – DebtInflation

In Jalisco they registered gunfights and persecutions from Zacatecas, which ended up on the banks of the municipalities located in Los Altos, such as Mexticacán and Cañadas de Obregón; the day violence ended with the burning of four vehicles and at least one police officer injured. The Jalisco Prosecutor’s Office began the investigation to clarify …

Violence in Jalisco: New confrontations are registered; 4 vehicles set on fire
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Who is Micky Arison, heir to Carnival, the world’s largest cruise company? – DebtInflation

If you are one of the lucky ones that has traveled in a cruise, One of the first aspects that struck you, surely, was the immensity of the “boat” and the luxuries that adorn every corner of its facilities. However, have you ever wondered who runs or is in charge of these vessels? The answer …

Who is Micky Arison, heir to Carnival, the world’s largest cruise company?
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To win the war, you have to go for all the battles – DebtInflation

The march in defense of our electoral system and the institutions that make it up, on November 13, meant a tremendous citizen triumph. Almost a month later, the electoral reform initiative sent by the federal Executive to the Chamber of Deputies for analysis, discussion, and, where appropriate, approval, is dying while the deputies subject to …

To win the war, you have to go for all the battles
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