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Half a million Catalans still left without work

There are now 505,900 jobless in Catalonia, an increase of 21.31% compared to the same month last year

Unemployment fell by 6,390 during the month of March compared to February, leaving a total of 505,900 people without work – a monthly decrease of 1.25% – according to figures released by the ministry of labour.

These figures represent …

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Last weekend holiday travel related to the Easter break began, with 410,000 vehicles leaving the Barcelona area

Last weekend holiday travel related to the Easter break began, with 410,000 vehicles leaving the Barcelona area by Saturday afternoon – lower than expected, 440,000, but 2.7% higher than the previous weekend. Yet, when compared to an equivalent weekend of 2019, there were 17.4% fewer vehicles than expected.

Roads with heavy traffic included the C-55, the …

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The Andorran government declined to answer the question whether a negative PCR / TMA test was mandatory for the King and Queen of Spain during their visit to Andorra

On Thursday 25th and Friday 26th March the first ever visit by a King and Queen of Spain to Andorra will take place as part of the celebration of Andorra’s hosting of the 27th Iberoamerican Summit of Heads of State and Government.

The Ministry of Health has approved the abnormal protocol SARS-CoV-2 among journalists attendees and …

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Low-cost high-speed rail service AVLO starts its service from June

Low-cost high-speed rail service AVLO needs 80% occupancy to be profitable

Train operators Renfe estimates that the occupancy of AVLO trains – also known as the “low-cost AVE” high-speed rail – must be at least 80% for the service to be profitable once it starts operating.

Renfe’s director of new high-speed services, Félix Martín, explained on Wednesday …

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Catalan government launches its first nanosatellite

Rocket carrying ‘Enxaneta’ satellite takes off from Kazakhstan after 48h delay

The Catalan government’s first nanosatellite was launched on Monday at 7:07 am (CET) from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, exactly two days after the initial takeoff was postponed due to technical reasons.

‘Enxaneta’, named after the tiny children who climb to the top of Catalonia’s traditional …

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Photo reportage

Beaujolais – UNESCO Global Geopark

The geographical area of the “Beaujolais” extends along the eastern edge of the Massif Central between the Saône river to the east and the Beaujolais mountains to the west. Located in the Rhône and Saône-et-Loire departments, it is the southern extension of wine-growing Burgundy. The vineyard begins beyond the town of Mâcon and extends over …

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Interview

Andrew Logan: I Do Physical Manifestation of the Spiritual

Andrew Logan about his current countryside lifestyle, a new experience of hotel ownership, his latest works, mirrors as a spiritual material and COVID-19’s impact on art

Andrew Logan is one of the most well-known and influential living British artists. His art covers a variety of genres: from sculptures and paintings to stage design and organizing festivals. …

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Anouk Wipprecht: The science fiction world is much closer now

Anouk Wipprecht about her latest projects, transhumanism, three laws of robotics, the link between tech and fashion in the modern world, Sci-Fi and open source

Anouk Wipprecht is a Dutch fashion designer and future technologies inventor. Her works lay on the crossroads of fashion, science and technologies and are one of visible signs of the rapidly …

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The impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on the tourism market is likely to be continued until 2022, says Claude Olive, Mayor of Anglet

Today, June 15, 2020, France removes restrictions on crossing its internal borders. True, this year, given the difficult situation caused by the crisis of COVID-19, France bets on the development of domestic tourism. One of the most attractive tourist destinations in France for both foreign tourists and the French themselves is the coast of the …

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Opinion

I will now explain to you how and where an international network of lawyers will argue this biggest tort case ever, the Corona fraud scandal, which has meanwhile unfolded into probably the greatest crime against humanity ever committed, Reiner Fuellmich, the lawyer, admitted to the bar in Germany and in California

Reiner Fuellmich, the lawyer, admitted to the bar in Germany and in California (26 years). He has been practicing law primarily as a trial lawyer against Deutsche Bank and VW and one of four members of the German Corona Investigative Committee since July 10th, 2020 (https://www.fuellmich.com/):

“Hello, I am Reiner Fuellmich, and I have been admitted …

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“The only way to fight the plague is with decency” (Albert Camus, 1947). Facts about Covid-19 (update 06/10/2020) by Swiss Policy Research (SPR)

Facts about Covid-19

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Research update by Swiss Policy Research (SPR), founded in 2016, is an independent and nonprofit research group investigating geopolitical propaganda in Swiss and international media. SPR is composed of independent academics and receives no external funding other than reader donations.

“The only way to fight the plague is with decency” (Albert …

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Fabricating a Pandemic COVID-19, Who Could Organize It and Why

It is difficult not to notice something contrived in the currently announced “pandemic” of the Novel Covid-19 virus. Media coverage of this event has all the hallmarks of a coordinated hysterical campaign, namely:

the use of emotions instead of numbers and logic (for example videos showing allegedly overflowing hospitals and morgues, which can easily be staged …

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Modern science and engineering with Ivan Stepanyan

Academician Elena Korneva: Neuroimmune dialogue ways

Elena Andreevna Korneva is the Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Chief Researcher and Scientific Advisor in the General Pathology and Pathophysiology Department of the Institute of Experimental Medicine.

She is one of the founders of a new scientific discipline— neuroimmunophysiology, the development of which was largely initiated by her …

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Igor Yavelov on pulse wave mysteries: What is behind the cardiac signals mechanics

Igor Samuilovich Yavelov—Doctor of Technical Sciences, Leading Researcher, Laboratory of Biomechanical Systems Research, Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of RAS. In the period from 1997 to 2009, he was awarded 12 diplomas and medals for inventions at international salons and European world exhibitions (Geneva, Paris, Brussels).

Igor Samuilovich studies the amplitude fibre-optic measuring systems characteristics using probe …

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Modern science and engineering with Ivan Stepanyan

The world’s first optoelectronic fuzzy controller was developed, Aleksey Averkin from the Computing Center named after A. A. Dorodnitsyn

Averkin Aleksey Nikolaevich is Leading Researcher of the Computing Center named after A.A. Dorodnitsyn of the “Informatics and Management” Federal Research Center of RAS under the guidance of Academician I. A. Sokolov, Associate Professor, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, Head of the Center for Artificial Intelligence of Dubna University, Leading Researcher at the Laboratory of …

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