Monday, 09 December 2019
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Why are the French protesting?
The streets of the European country have been filled with protesters who disagree with a new measure by Emmanuel Macron.
What you should know about The Crown 3
This week premiered the third season of the British original Netflix series, The Crown, with several changes. Here we tell you all about it.
How to understand the independence crisis in Spain?
Catalonia has been pursuing its independence from Spain for years and presents the main challenge of the Spanish government.
5 things you should know about Euro 2020
Last week a FIFA date was played, and in Europe, the 20 seats for the 2020 Euro Cup were defined.
Julian Assange rape case is dropped
The Swedish justice filed one of the investigations against Assange, creator of Wikileaks.
5 soccer players who have their own YouTube channel
Our favorite soccer players not only earn their salary playing for the most important teams in the world
How is the current situation of fracking in the world?
The United Kingdom announced the decision to suspend fracking. With this measure, it joins the initiative that Europe has led and still has a long way to go in the world
San Javier, the Russian town in Uruguay
Fleeing the persecution of Tsar Nicholas II, the religious community of 'New Israel' took refuge in the Latin American country.
Top 7 prerformances of the MTV EMA 2019
The ceremony was conducted by the popular reggaeton singer Becky G, and the female talent was responsible for making dance and sing not only the audience but also millions of viewers
Once again there is no Brexit
Boris Johnson was blunt with his allegations, stating that October 31 was going to be the maximum date on which Brexit would occur. However, the United Kingdom did not leave the EU
Syria: between attacks and agreements
Ten days after Trump's decision to remove troops from the border of Turkey and Syria, his government and Erdogan's have reached a temporary agreement
What you should know about Spain and the independence crisis
After several days of protests, the independence moods increasingly feel stronger in Catalonia
The french fries war begins
Colombia has taken measures to defend the domestic product, thus affecting imports from countries in the European Union .
Why are they protesting in Spain?
The independence groups of Catalonia march against the Spanish government. Here we tell you why
The emotional strength of the Falkland Islands in presidential campaign
The debate among the candidates for the presidency of Argentina focused on an issue that has become the axis of honor and patriotism.
CR700: the top 10 goals of Cristiano Ronaldo
These are some of the best goals Cristiano has made in his time at the various clubs and Portugal national team.
More than 1,000 people drowned crossing Mediterranean in 2019
More than 1,000 people have drowned in 2019 so far trying to cross the Mediterranean to reach Europe, the UN refugee agency said on Wednesday.
Soccer and drug trafficking: the case of Jhon Viafara and 5 other players
While some prefer to retire and take full advantage of the name they created during their career, others instead are influenced by ties to drug trafficking
Brexit: Confident Johnson challenges opposition
The Supreme Court declared the decision of the PM to suspend actions of Parliament as "illegal and without effect", which became the first blow to its mandate
Filmmaker Nora Fingscheidt: "It's a good time for female directors"
With her first film, German director Nora Fingscheidt directly competed in this year's edition of the Berlinale.
Siemens will rebuild two power plants in Iraq
The German company won another major contract in Iraq and continues with its plans to expand the energy network in that country
What will Nicolás Maduro and Vladimir Putin talk about?
The Russian president and his Latin American counterpart meet today in Moscow to discuss different issues.
Ban on microplastic threatens artificial grass fields
The ban on microplastics that the EU plans to impose in the future could affect the artificial turf fields of thousands of amateur football clubs in Germany.
European Union: The risk of a Brexit without agreement is 'very real'
In the worst-case scenario, a Brexit without an agreement could involve serious trade disorders, supplies of medicines, fresh foods, among others
Smartphones will have to last longer to reduce carbon emissions
According to activists, EU regulations should focus on the climatic costs of producing smartphones and other electronic devices
Lagarde wins EU lawmakers' approval to lead ECB
Christine Legarde will become the first women to hold the position of European Central Bank's president
British PM "cautious" ahead of Brexit talks with EU's Juncker
With less than seven weeks until Britain is due to leave the European Union, Johnson has yet to reach an agreement with Brussels on how to manage the separation
EU will give 30 million euros to Colombia to attend Venezuelan immigrants
The money will go to support government efforts to offer employment, housing and entrepreneurship for Venezuelans
Signing young players: the success of european clubs
According to a report, 80 clubs spent a total of $ 3,980 million; using 64 percent in the purchase of players 24 years old or younger
Ireland says EU would respond positively to British move on Brexit
The Irish government is negotiating with the European Commission about what checks it would have to impose on the border to protect the EU single market
Brexit in chaos after court rules PM's suspension of parliament was unlawful
With seven weeks until Britain is due to leave the EU, the government and parliament are locked in conflict over the future of Brexit
Valencia says goodbye to manager Marcelino
Marcelino, who won the Copa del Rey and secured Champions League football last season, leaves after two campaigns at the helm
The Brexit drama seems to have no end
The future of the United Kingdom is uncertain and even more so when Johnson announced a recession the parliament that would last about a month
Court frees famous Russian soccer players jailed for attacks
A Russian court ordered the release on parole of two famous Russian soccer players jailed for their involvement in a pair of violent attacks last year
Spain: Camilo Sesto dies at 72
Spanish singer and songwriter Camilo Sesto died Sunday at a clinic in Madrid at 72
Russia announces manufacture of new missiles
With the statement, Putin says he had tried to reduce the arms race with his rival, the United States, but received no response
Hong Kong protests overshadow Merkel trip to China
Merkel's trip starts on Thursday and she's going to try and push Beijing to open up its markets and embrace fairer competition
Brexit showdown: British lawmakers bid to block PM leaving EU with no deal
The outcome of the Brexit crisis remains uncertain with a range of options from a turbulent no-deal exit to abandoning the entire endeavor
Pochettino criticizes rumors about his departure from Tottenham
Tottenham Hotspur coach ruled out "stupid rumors" that he could leave the club after his irregular start to the season
If Europe does not act, Iran would move away from nuclear agreement
Tehran has said it will break the limits that the agreement imposed on its nuclear activities one by one, increasing pressure on countries that still hope to save it.
10 Latin soccer players who succeed in the Iberdrola League
The Iberdrola League, the Spanish women's league, begins the first day on September 7 and 8
Nuclear winter would threaten nearly everyone on Earth
Second study of its kind confirms extreme impacts from US vs. Russia nuclear war
Europe warming faster than expected due to climate change
Climate change is increasing the number of days of extreme heat and decreasing the number of days of extreme cold in Europe
Uproar as British PM Johnson cuts parliament time before Brexit
Asked in a broadcast interview if he was trying to block politicians from delaying Britain's departure from the EU, Johnson replied: "That is completely untrue"
Who is Ansu Fati, Barcelona's new young talent?
Ansu Fati made history by being the second youngest footballer to play with the champion in La Liga with 16 years and 298 days
Leaders' closing remarks at Biarritz G7 Summit
Here are highlights of the G7 leaders' closing remarks at a summit in Biarritz, France
Megan Maxwell and the power of women
LatinAmerican Post had the opportunity to speak with the famous author Megan Maxwell
Trump calls Danish PM's rebuff of Greenland idea 'nasty' as trip cancellation stuns Danes
Trump had mused openly in recent days about a U.S. purchase of Greenland
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