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Spain’s Abengoa files for insolvency proceedings for main unit

An Abengoa logo is seen at Campus Palmas Altas, headquarters of Abengoa in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain February 2, 2016. Picture taken February 2, 2016. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo/ Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MADRID, June 30 (Reuters) – Spanish engineering and energy group …

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WATCH OUT The pope is venerated by only half of the Christian world

VSChristianity, a major world religion, stems from the life, teachings and death of Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ or God’s Anointed in the 1st century common era. Constantine made Christianity the official religion of Rome. On February 27, 380, in Thessaloniki, the Eastern Roman Emperor Theodosius I (347 – 395) …

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A sustainable path to sustainable recovery for small island developing states lies in the ocean and building a robust blue economy – The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you through The European Sting’s collaboration with the World Economic Forum. Author: Shiri Krishna Gounder, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Economy, Government of Fiji Dependent on tourism and trade, Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have been among the hardest hit in the world by …

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Turkey agrees to support Sweden and Finland’s NATO membership bid

Turkey has agreed to support Finland’s and Sweden’s bids for NATO membership, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has confirmed. This follows a meeting between Mr Stoltenberg and the leaders of the three nations at a summit of the military alliance in Madrid, the Spanish capital. “I am happy to announce …

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A healthy planet needs “ocean action” from countries in Asia and the Pacific

With one in eight people around the world at risk from a deadly heatwave in South Asia that has already claimed nearly 100 lives, it’s time to recognize that the climate crisis is a health crisis. It is not an isolated problem. In South Africa, recent floods have claimed more …

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Best all-inclusive hotels with water parks in the Canary Islands on TripAdvisor – from £43 pp per night

NOTHING beats a family vacation in the sunny Canary Islands, especially when you stay at a hotel with an on-site water park. We’ve found the best deals for the Canary Islands’ best all-inclusive hotels with water parks from £43 pps per night, as rated by TripAdvisor reviewers. 8 We’ve found …

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Best environmental documentaries to watch, ranked

As the world cries out for salvation from the ongoing climate crisis, environmentalists are advocating for greater urgency and a better understanding of the seriousness of climate change. The need to protect nature and its living creatures and to put in place solutions against its greatest threats – overpopulation and …

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Their vision of Spain and the future it inspired

By Chinelo Chikelu, Abuja In La Experiencia, winner of the sixteenth edition of the Spanish Visual Arts Competition, Helen Nzete and previous winners of the competition, Olorunyemi Kolapo share their experience of Madrid, Spain. Fans of the contest can attest that the Spanish Embassy’s sponsorship of the winning artist’s visit …

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Popular holiday destinations are still under strict Covid restrictions for UK travelers

With summer upon us, many Britons are looking to get away to the sun for a short while, but some places are still enforcing strict Covid-19 restrictions Britons looking to get away this summer should be wary of travel restrictions ( Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Britons will look to swap the …

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Undeterred by climate change, US homeowners are moving to climate-vulnerable areas

This message was originally published on this site Drone/aerial photography, Miami Beach, Florida. Credit: Alan D Production/Shutterstock via Stacker Some of the most desirable real estate in the United States is in areas considered to be at high risk of wildfires, floods or droughts. Despite this current and growing danger, …

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An elite armed police squad patrols Magaluf as part of the crackdown on drunken tourists

An elite team of armed police will protect holidaymakers at some of Spain’s most popular resorts. The Spanish elite Guardia Civil GRS (reserve and security group) will be stationed in Mallorca for the summer as part of a wider crime repression plan and poor behavior powered by alcohol. Some of …

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I explored the ‘Heart of the Ancient Capital’ walk and discovered a whole new side to Winchester

Scorching sunshine and brilliant blue skies mean it’s the perfect time to get out and explore Hampshire. While the rolling hills of the South Downs and the sands of the Hampshire coast are big attractions, there’s also plenty to explore in Hampshire’s towns. Having visited Winchester a number of times …

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Heatmap Volunteers Wanted

Volunteers in San Francisco are wanted to help create new heatmaps of the cityscape by attaching sensors to their vehicles. The city is one of 14 that have been selected for the Urban Heat Watch project, which aims to better understand the relationship between climate change, extreme temperatures, public health …

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War in Ukraine: Spain will deploy 10,000 police to protect the next NATO summit | Spain

Members of the National Police carry out a security check on February 15 in Madrid.Alberto Ortega (Europa Press) Security around Madrid will be rock solid between June 28 and 30, when the Spanish capital is due to host a NATO summit at a time of heightened global tension due to …

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Ten of the best European regions you’ve never heard of

Durbuy in the Belgian Walloon region. Photo: iStock TOKAJ, HUNGARY Photo: Janos Illesi/iStock Sweet wines from the Tokaj region (often spelled Tokay in English) are so beloved by Hungarians that they are even mentioned in the national anthem. On a continent filled with famous wine regions, this one is less …

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The ocean is a key solution to climate change, groups tell Biden

Placeholder while loading article actions Hello and welcome to The Climate 202! Congratulations to all the winners of the Covering Climate Now contest journalism award 🎉! Exclusive: Ocean is key solution to climate change, groups tell Biden A coalition of 93 environmental groups, aquariums and outdoor recreation brands are urging …

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Spain heatwave: I traveled to Valencia during the heat dome and almost passed out – here’s what you need to know

BRITS in Spain are warned of a dangerous heat dome this week – and I was there in the middle of it. Valencia, Spain’s third largest city, was my destination of choice, expecting to enjoy some tapas in the center followed by a day at the beach. 4 I was …

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World Bank approves new project to improve fishing sector in Solomon Islands

The World Bank’s Board of Directors has approved a new World Bank project that will aim to improve regional collaboration, national capacity and management, and longer-term sustainable development of the Islands’ vital fisheries sector. Solomon. Building on the achievements of the first phase of the Pacific Islands Regional Oceanscape …

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! Murcia Today – Renfe suspends Madrid-Alicante ticket sales ahead of summer season

Publication date: 06/13/2022 Sale of tickets from the Spanish capital to Alicante have been suspended since June 30 As temperatures begin to soar and hundreds of thousands of residents of SpainThe capital of Madrid is planning long-awaited breaks on the Alicante coastline, train company Renfe has suspended ticket sales from …

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Leaders on both sides assess policy through an Econ 101 lens, but cost-effectiveness isn’t the best measure of effective policy

Members of National Nurses United march in support of Medicare for all in Miami in 2019.AP Photo/Lynne Sladky Paul Constant is a writer at Civic Ventures and co-host of the “Pitchfork Economics” podcast. He spoke with sociologist Elizabeth Popp Berman who says there’s nothing wrong with spending big on policies …

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From President to Prisoner » Capital News

La Paz (AFP), March 13 – Conservative Senator Jeanine Anez was unknown to many Bolivians before stepping onto the balcony of the government palace in November 2019, Bible in hand. A longtime critic of her leftist predecessor Evo Morales, she stepped into the presidential vacuum left by his resignation and …

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Citadines Amigo Iloilo: your home in the city of love

History By Edwin P. Sallan Red De Asis Pictures Often referred to as the City of Love or the City of Smiles, Iloilo is the capital of its densely populated eponymous province, a highly urbanized economy and, yes, a sought-after tourist destination. And for good reason. Those who have never …

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Unable to press snooze on weather alarms

Review Editor’s Note: Editorials represent the views of the Star Tribune Editorial Board, which operates independently of the newsroom. ••• Last week’s report that atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are the highest in human history was alarming – if that word can be applied to an alarm that has been sounding …

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Fast grocery delivery apps slash jobs after COVID lockdown boom

Is the sugar rush over for cash-guzzling fast grocery delivery services? Late last month, two of the biggest grocery delivery apps, Getir and Gorillas, announced plans to lay off hundreds of their employees. Britain’s Zapp said it was also considering nationwide layoffs, while Berlin-based Flink also slowed hiring. The instant …

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Holidays in Spain: the Irish government’s five “rules” to avoid a nightmarish trip

The Irish government has published five important rules to follow when it comes to traveling to Spain this summer to avoid having a holiday from hell. After two long years of Covid-19 restrictions and trip cancellations, many people are leaving the island to enjoy vacations abroad. Spain is a popular …

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Preserving a healthy ocean by extending protections to Stellwagen

On a recent college field trip, I saw two critically endangered North Atlantic right whales in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, an 842-square-mile strip of ocean off Boston in the Gulf of Maine. The whales swam along the surface, their huge callus-encrusted mouths open to capture food. Nearby, humpback …

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Barcelona travel guide: the best things to do for a city break, hotels, restaurants, attractions

Gaudi’s architecture The Sagrada Família church in the Eixample district is Barcelona’s “most iconic symbol” and the most visited monument in all of Spain, says PresentationBarcelona.com. Construction began in 1882 and a year later it was commissioned from Antoni Gaudí, Catalonia’s most famous architect. Still unfinished, it is Gaudí’s best-known …

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Reactivated tourism boosts Panamanian economy

(MENAFN-Panama Newsroom) The reactivation of tourism in Panama provided a total economic impact for the country’s economy of $500,492,130 from January 2021 to April 2022, reports the Tourism Promotion Fund (Promtur). ‘The agreements with organizations such as Expedia, Hotelbeds, Copa Airlines, Air Europa, Edreams, Maxitravel, Dream and Travel, among others, …

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The National Forest Fire Agency predicts high fire danger in central and southern Oregon by July

The Boise-based National Interagency Fire Center predicts higher-than-normal wildfire risk in parts of the state by July as dry conditions persist despite heavy rains this spring. (The Company/FILE) The National Interagency Fire Center predicts a higher than normal risk of wildfires in central Oregon starting in June and in southern …

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Super Eagles hold first training ahead of Sierra Leone and São Tomé AFCON qualifiers | The Guardian Nigeria News

The Super Eagles’ preparations for Thursday’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone’s Leone Stars continued on Sunday as 24 of the 27 invited players trained in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Friendly matches against Mexico (in Dallas on the 28e May) and against Equator in New Jersey …

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Overview: The Catalan capital regains its swagger | Photography

In 1951, General Franco’s regime in Spain, bankrupted by two wars, reached an agreement that allowed the US Navy’s Sixth Fleet and some Royal Navy ships to dock in Barcelona. The sailors found the Catalan capital, center of resistance to Francoism and fascism, on its knees. The city’s economy was …

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Cool Sunday; chance of showers in parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin

Saturday’s high temperature in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was 71 degrees. It’s 5 degrees cooler than our average June 4 high, but it feels good. Much of central Minnesota and parts of northern Minnesota saw highs on Saturday in the 70s, but far southern Minnesota saw many high 60s. Light …

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Denmark recover from Benzema strike to beat France in Nations League

PARIS, France, June 4 – Substitute Andreas Cornelius scored twice as Denmark recovered from conceding a brilliant goal from Karim Benzema to beat France 2-1 in the UEFA Nations League at the Stade de France on Friday, the first away game since the chaos that tainted the Champions League last …

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Latest travel restrictions in Spain, Greece and Italy after rules update ahead of holiday season

Spain, Greece and Italy are all popular tourist destinations that are expected to be busy this summer. The three European countries have announced major changes to their travel rules in recent weeks. From Covid jabs to mask rules, many major restrictions are being relaxed. For the most part, things look …

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NOAA predicts medium dead zone off Louisiana and Texas

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts an average oxygen-depleted “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico this summer, the agency said Thursday. But that 35-year average is still nearly triple the target of reducing the area with too little oxygen for marine animal survival. The …

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Pygmalion Capital focuses on solutions to Europe’s growing hotel distress

BERLIN — Pygmalion Capital Advisers is using its funds to help hotel owners facing non-performing loans realize the potential of their assets. During an interview with the International Hotel Investment Forum, Christophe Beauvilain, founder and managing partner of Pygmalion, said his company is considering hotels priced between 30 million euros …

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[Explainer] How does the Indian monsoon develop?

[Explainer] How does the Indian monsoon develop?

The southwest monsoon which begins around the first week of June, making the first landfall in Kerala, is one of the most anticipated events of the year as India receives 70-90% of its annual rainfall during this monsoon. Various factors such as the availability of energy in the atmosphere, the …

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The Country Club Plaza is 100 years old. Explore the history behind its most iconic buildings | KCUR 89.3

This story was first published in KCUR’s Creative Adventure newsletter. You can sign up to get stories like this delivered to your inbox every Tuesday. The Country Club Plaza celebrated its 100th anniversary last month, and this milestone marks 100 years of architecture, festivities, and even weird history. KCUR’s podcast, …

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After a bleak start, the holiday weekend weather outlook brightens in the Berkshires | Time

Quotation “The delicious sweet spring air, how it fills my veins with life! Life becomes credible to me again. A certain sleeping life awakens in me, and I begin to love nature again. ― Henry David Thoreau (The Journal, 1837-1861) Half a weekend of good holiday weather is better than …

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Nine FSU students get Fulbright scholarships

FSU’s 2022 Fulbright Scholars, from top left, clockwise: Kinsey Kuhlman, Alexa Scalchunes, Emely Galan, Emily Eubanks, Julia Kershaw, Elaine Melgarejo, Alexandra Artiles, Courtney Whitcher and Abby Rehard. Nine current and former Florida State University students were awarded research grants this year through the prestigious Fulbright US Student Program. Students come …

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Travel on budget: here are some affordable places you can visit this year

” class=”lazy img-responsive” data-src=”https://www.iwmbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/travel-in-the-budget-here-are-some-affordable- places-you-can-visit-this-year-4-920×518.jpg” width=”920″ height=”518″ alt=”Travel on a budget: here are some affordable places you can visit this year” / > Traveling is not so much a pastime for young, wild and free-spirited individuals as it is a way of life and an opportunity to learn and witness …

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Outdoor workers have little protection in a warming world

Jhe official start of summer, the June 21 solstice, is still weeks away, but in many parts of the northern hemisphere, unusually high temperatures are already giving a taste of what’s to come. US heat records were set from Texas to Massachusetts over the weekend, with the National Oceanic and …

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Capital Expenditure in Memory Devices Market Global Industrial Research Analysis and Forecast 2022 To 2027

The Global”Capital Expenditure in Memory Devices Market“The report provides insight into the global industry, including valuable facts and figures. This research study explores the global market in detail such as industry chain structures, raw material suppliers, and manufacturing. The memory device capital expenditure sales market examines the broad segments of …

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Japan is the number one tourist destination in the world

While Japan has been closed to tourists for much of the past two years, the country has come out on top in recent years. Travel and Tourism Development Index by the World Economic Forum. The report covers a range of sustainability benchmarks and metrics from the travel and tourism industry …

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Energy and environment – Democrats set to bypass key date on climate agenda

Democrats are set to miss a key deadline for passing President Biden’s climate and social spending agenda, while politicians talk climate change and more at the World Economic Forum. It’s the night of energy and the environment, your source for the latest news focused on energy, the environment and beyond. …

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Spain presents itself as the answer to Europe’s Russian energy problem

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has said his country – and southern Europe more broadly – could provide an answer to Russia’s lack of gas supplies as the region seeks to double down on sanctions against Moscow. “Spain and, I would say, southern Europe, will have a chance to provide …

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WHO convenes emergency meeting to discuss monkeypox outbreak: key developments

NEW DELHI: The Covid pandemic is not yet over, and there are already reports of another viral infection – monkeypox – spreading rapidly in Europe. The rare virus can cause flu-like symptoms and has been seen outside of Africa. The World Health Organization is working to better understand the extent …

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Spain relaxes entry rules for unvaccinated tourists

Spain relaxed entry rules for unvaccinated tourists from outside the EU on Saturday, boosting the major tourism sector ahead of the summer holidays. Presentation of the negative test Until now, travelers from outside the EU, including the UK, Spain’s main tourist destination, could only enter with proof of recovery from …

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What it’s like to fly business class on United Airlines’ historic new flight to Amman, Jordan

On the maiden flight, the Polaris cabin was certainly new and luxurious. Each of the 44 business class seats has direct aisle access. My seat – 3L – also had a view of the window, which had the Dreamliner’s auto-tint feature instead of a manual blind. I felt well cared …

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Bring on the Red Sea >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing NewsA London PR firm has contacted Scuttlebutt’s global headquarters, wanting to spread news about how foiling and ocean racing boats and sailors are in Jeddah in May and June as part of the season’s celebrations. Jeddah organized by the National Events Center of Saudi Arabia. …

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Human capital, the greatest capacity of the Chilean army

Improving human capital, maintaining and increasing operational readiness and strategic planning are the challenges that General Javier Eduardo Iturriaga del Campo, Commander of the Chilean Army, set out when he assumed command on March 9, 2022. General Iturriaga spoke with Dialogo on his vision of command, human capital and institutional …

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All European countries you can travel to without a vaccine or COVID test

European travel is finally starting to look like something close to normal again. The number of countries that have removed all Covid-related entry restrictions is growing and many are also dropping national rules on masks and social distancing. Here are all the destinations that now offer hassle-free travel. The only …

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Sunderland fan will fly to Wembley via Spain to watch the team – as it’s ‘cheaper than taking the train’

A savvy Sunderland fan has found a cheaper way to travel to London to cheer on his side after being shocked by ‘ridiculously priced’ train tickets. James Jelly, 33, will also enjoy a bonus evening in the Spanish sun as he travels to Wembley to watch the Black Cats’ League …

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Why are spring gales stronger this year? | John Lindsey | John Lindsey

I have received countless emails and social media posts commenting on the stronger than normal northwesterly winds this spring. The San Luis Obispo Air Pollution Control District announced that consistent high winds over the past few weeks have impacted air quality on the Central Coast, particularly in southern San Luis …

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WestJet has resumed flights between Toronto and Barcelona

Today (May 14), WestJet resumed flights between Toronto (YYZ) and Barcelona (BCN) with three weekly flights, after an absence of more than 2 years. The Catalan capital will be the only destination in Spain for the Canadian airline. Flight WS 14 took off from Lester Pearson International Airport (YYZ) at …

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Holidays in Spain: Blue Flag Beaches and Best Coastal Areas in Spain | Beach vacation | Travel

Spain has obtained blue flag status for 621 beaches, 103 marinas and five tourist boats. Blue Flag beaches must meet a rigorous set of cleanliness, environmental, safety and accessibility criteria. Fernando Valdés, Secretary of State for Tourism, said: “We can say loud and clear that we have the best and …

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What are flash droughts? | Discover the magazine

You’ve heard of flash floods, but have you ever heard of flash droughts? These events are relatively new to natural disasters and happen quickly, with conditions changing from normal to extremely dry in less than a month. This means people don’t have time to prepare for the consequences, which can …

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Barcelona 2030, digital capital of Europe – POLITICO

Barcelona is well known as one of Europe’s industrial powers. A city recognized for its dynamic and strong economy, Barcelona is also celebrated for its ability to reinvent itself in the face of new global challenges, which makes it a flagship of innovation at European and global level. Other media …

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Glasgow, United Kingdom 2020

Glasgow is a place with an ancient history and a unique culture. The people of Glasgow, as its citizens are called, are known for their distinctive accent and dialect. The name Glasgow comes from Brittonic or Brythonic, an ancient Celtic language, and means green hollow or glen, believed to refer …

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Ryanair clarifies face mask rules for Spain, Portugal, Italy and other major Irish tourist destinations

Ryanair has announced that face masks will still be mandatory on flights to 15 EU countries when the general face mask rule is dropped from next Monday. Many popular vacation spots will be affected as the countries that will still be affected are Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece and Malta. Ireland’s …

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European micromobility startup Reby acquired by PE player House of Lithium for $100 million – TechCrunch

Founded in 2018, European micromobility startup Reby taken an interesting path. It deployed e-scooters in the city of Zaragoza (Spain), during the COVID-19 pandemic, but also created a SaaS-oriented “MaaS” (mobility-as-a-service) platform. It went on to win 18 government deals for e-mobility across Italy and Spain, slightly under the radar …

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Mallorca must give the Brits a warm welcome this year

Manuel Butler, head of the Spanish tourist office in London, said the number of tourists from the UK is expected to return to pre-Brexit levels this summer. He said: “This first post-Brexit summer, we should welcome British tourists with open arms.” Although Brexit rules came into effect last summer, many …

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Monitor expedition gears up as marine sanctuary system turns 50

The wreck of the Civil War battleship USS Monitor off Cape Hatteras received federal protection on January 30, 1975 as the Monitor National Marine Sanctuary, making it the first site of the National Marine Sanctuary System. Photo: NOAA Monitor Collection CAPE HATTERAS – This year marks the 50th anniversary of …

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Series A Funding Round Lays Foundation for International Growth of Digital Cancer Therapies Mika

New investors with a proven track record in digital oncology are backing German digital therapy (DTx) company Fosanis to expand patient access to Mika, an app-based DTx platform that enables people affected by cancer. BERLIN, LAUSANNE, Switzerland, BARCELONA, Spain and MUNICH, May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Berlin-based digital health company …

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How to store our syrup

Dan Weeks works on climate solutions at ReVision Energy, an employee-owned Benefit Corporation. He lives in Nashua with his wife and children. Before my children even remembered it, our family engaged in a certain springtime ritual as authentic as New Hampshire, and older still. Sometime after Valentine’s Day, as the …

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Alcaraz beats Djokovic in thriller to reach Madrid final

MADRID, Spain, May 7 – Carlos Alcaraz became the first player to beat Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in the same tournament on clay as he stormed into the Madrid Open final on Saturday. The 19-year-old Spaniard reached his second ATP Masters final in five weeks and picked up his …

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Where to visit in Madeira, Portugal

Twenty-something chef João Pedro Ferreira, who enjoys spearfishing in his spare time, dives for limpets and sea snails for his menu at the newly opened Peixaria, just next to the Victorian Food Market. “You have to leave Madeira to clearly see the island again,” he says, bringing a plate of …

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COVID-19 vaccine requirements: Canadian travel information

As travel opens up, you should double-check that you will be able to visit. Canada lifted its non-essential travel advisory in March and the coronavirus testing requirement before entry in April – but vaccine requirements remain in place. Travelers must receive a full course (two doses) of a vaccine approved …

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Population of endangered Hawaiian monk seals highest in 2 decades

HONOLULU— The population of endangered Hawaiian monk seals has surpassed a level not seen in more than two decades, according to federal officials. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officials said this week that the seal population has grown steadily over the past two years. Officials estimated that the population increased …

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Ukraine claims successes in the south and Donbass

Ukrainian forces have reclaimed territory in the south while repelling Russian attacks in the hotly contested Donbass, the Ukrainian military said on Thursday. “Due to the successful actions of the Ukrainian defenders, the Russian enemy has lost control of several settlements on the border of the Mykolaiv and Kherson regions,” …

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UK holidaymakers warned as snakes wake up for summer

British holidaymakers considering a trip to Spain have been urged to be on red alert as the country’s snakes swarm for the season. Mallorca, one of the most popular destinations with Brits, will see snakes become more common between May and July as snakes search for the perfect nesting spot. …

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Seychelles and New Zealand discuss drug trafficking and border security

Michael Upton was accredited as New Zealand High Commissioner to Seychelles on Tuesday. (Nation of Seychelles) Photo license Border security and tackling the flow of illegal substances were at the forefront of discussions, the newly accredited high commissioner for New Zealand said on Tuesday. Speaking to the press after his …

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Ahipara’s Renovated Korora Park Is Expected To Attract People From All Over

Ahipara’s upgraded Korora Park now features a new made-in-France whale playground and the second of its kind in the world. Photo / Myjanne Jensen Residents of Ahipara were excited to finally test out their new community facility this weekend, with the upgraded Korora Park officially opening on Saturday. The new …

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Leeds, United Kingdom 2020

Leeds sprawls on both sides of the River Aire in West Yorkshire, northern England, with a rich history dating back to the days of Roman occupation. Many believe the town’s name comes from an ancient Brythonic term, the language used by the Welsh, Cornish and Bretons. The term “Ladenses” refers …

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Champions League matches: Liverpool and Man City defend the lead

Placeholder while loading article actions The Champions League is heading for a third all-English final in four seasons unless the Spanish rivals can reverse the first leg defeats. Here’s a look at the second legs of the semi-finals taking place this week: VILLARREAL-LIVERPOOL (0-2) Villarreal exceeded expectations to reach the …

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Do Boulder winds change with climate?

Image by Zhang Fengsheng via Unsplash Saturday, April 30, 2022 Mike Calderazzo was never afraid of grass fires. Tremendous fires were occurring in wooded areas, with thick trees and thick undergrowth to feed them with hot, strong, unstoppable forces. Grass fires were burning rapidly, feasting on thin strips of dried …

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