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First I Buy You, Then I Close You: Video Game Studios That Suffered the Same Fate as Tango with Microsoft

22 May 2024  |  www.hechoencalifornia1010.com
The article discusses the trend of major video game companies acquiring and subsequently closing down various game development studios. It highlights several notable examples, including Microsoft's closure of Tango Gameworks and other Bethesda studios, Activision's shutdown of Bizarre Creations, and Electronic Arts' closure of Pandemic Studios and Westwood Studios. The piece also touches on Sony's closure of Psygnosis and the recent shutdown of Roll7 by Take-Two. The narrative underscores the negative impact of these closures on the gaming industry and the communities around these studios.

Roberto Solís, Morena Deputy, Endorsed Aggression Against Female Police Officer in Huejotzingo

20 May 2024  |  2023.pueblaonline.com.mx
The Secretaría de Seguridad Pública de Huejotzingo reported the arrest of four painters on Bulevar Aeropuerto for painting electoral propaganda without the necessary permissions from both the INE and the property owner, violating electoral laws and local regulations. The article highlights that Roberto Solís, a deputy from the Morena party, endorsed the aggression against a female police officer in Huejotzingo.

There are already nine victims of fake sports recruiter in Puebla

20 Apr 2024  |  2023.pueblaonline.com.mx
The Puebla Prosecutor's Office has reported that there are now nine minors who have been victims of a fake sports promoter in Puebla. Two more youths, along with their parents, have reported being sexually abused by Alexander 'N' or Francisco Javier 'N', who kept them concentrated in a house in Santa [...]

These are the ten best Spanish video games in history according to U

09 Apr 2024  |  www.hechoencalifornia1010.com
U-Tad, the University Center of Technology and Digital Art, hosted the 'Jugando en Casa' gala where users voted among thousands of Spanish video games. Industry professionals then selected the best Spanish game in history. The list includes 'Commandos' at the top, with recent surprises like 'Metroid Dread' and the 'Blasphemous' series. 'Castlevania: Lords of Shadow' by Mercury Steam was a notable entry, securing the third spot. The event highlighted the variety and quality of Spanish video games.

Authoritarianism is Consolidating

04 Apr 2024  |  2023.pueblaonline.com.mx
The recent election results in Mexico were not surprising but warrant a detailed analysis, highlighting the consolidation of authoritarianism. The article emphasizes three points regarding the strength demonstrated by the president's party, Morena, especially in the State of Mexico elections. Senator Alejandro Armenta from Morena presented a platform on economy and productivity, addressing various sectors including education, public security, and employment.

Schedules and Routes for Holy Monday in Córdoba

22 Mar 2024  |  www.eldiadecordoba.es
The article provides detailed schedules and routes for the Holy Monday processions in Córdoba, featuring five brotherhoods: Hermandad de la Merced, Hermandad de la Estrella, Hermandad de la Sentencia, Hermandad del Vía Crucis, and Hermandad de Ánimas. It includes specific timings, routes, and musical accompaniments for each procession, highlighting the cultural and religious significance of the event.

Schedule and Itineraries for Holy Tuesday in Córdoba

22 Mar 2024  |  www.eldiadecordoba.es
The brotherhoods of Agonía, Universitaria, Sangre, Buen Suceso, Santa Faz, and Prendimiento will perform their penance station this Holy Tuesday through the streets of Córdoba. After being able to proceed last year following a hiatus due to the pandemic and rain, the brotherhoods of this third day of Holy Week aim to resume their penance station in the city in 2024. The article provides detailed schedules, itineraries, and musical accompaniments for each brotherhood.

A device is created to smell in video games

10 Mar 2024  |  hechoencalifornia1010.com
Game Scent has introduced a device that uses artificial intelligence to analyze and interpret sounds in video games to release appropriate scents, enhancing the immersive gaming experience. Compatible with all video consoles and computers, as well as movies, the device allows players to perceive various aromas such as cut grass, racing cars, and more. Available scents include forest, explosion, ocean, clean air, racing vehicles, and gunshots, with more to come. The device can be purchased on Amazon.

The 5 doubles of LoL champions in other video games

05 Feb 2024  |  www.esportmaniacos.com
The article explores the similarities between champions from League of Legends and characters from other popular video games. It highlights physical resemblances, shared abilities, and thematic parallels between Yasuo and Haomaru, Talon and Ezio, Braum and Reinhardt, Heirmerdinger and Torbörn, and Akali and Jett. These comparisons are popular among fans and often go viral on social media.

5 video games that were a 'failure' and were withdrawn

04 Feb 2024  |  esportmaniacos.com
The article lists five video games that were considered significant failures and had to be withdrawn from stores. GTA San Andreas was pulled due to a hidden minigame with sexual content, leading to a class-action lawsuit against Rockstar Games. Batman: Arkham Night, released by Warner Bros, suffered from numerous graphical errors and crashes, resulting in its withdrawal and refunds offered to players. Battlefield 4 had issues with saving games and online connectivity, prompting Electronic Arts to offer a free game to purchasers. Cyberpunk 2077 by CD Projekt was nearly unplayable at launch due to bugs and optimization issues, leading to its withdrawal and refunds by Sony and Microsoft. No Man's Sky is also mentioned but without detailed context.

More than 100 dead from explosions in Iran

03 Jan 2024  |  Noticias Prensa Latina - Actualizando minuto a minuto
Explosions near the Martyrs' Cemetery in Kerman, Iran, resulted in over 100 deaths during a commemoration for a high-ranking official of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The blasts, one occurring 700 meters from the general's grave, caused panic and led to a significant emergency response. Iranian authorities suspect terrorism and anticipate the death toll may rise. Rahman Jalali, Kerman's vice-governor, confirmed the terrorist link to the explosions.

Paper wasps choose the identity of their larvae with taps

10 Nov 2023  |  www.labrujulaverde.com
Paper wasps have a unique strategy to ensure their larvae become either workers or queens, which begins with a special 'tap'. Worker wasps tap the larvae's cocoon with their antennae as a form of communication. An active response from the larva indicates it will likely become a worker, while a passive or no response suggests it may become a queen. This 'tapping' method is a fascinating way paper wasps assess larvae's attitudes and determine their roles within the colony.

Córdoba CF thrashes Antequera at El Arcángel: result, summary, and goals

07 Oct 2023  |  www.eldiadecordoba.es
Córdoba CF continues its winning streak by defeating Antequera at El Arcángel, securing their position in the play-off spots for promotion to the Segunda División. Iván Ania's team, with a slight lineup change, overcame an initially strong Antequera side. Key moments included a crucial save by Carlos Marín and a goal by Lapeña from a precise free-kick by Kike Márquez. The match solidifies Córdoba CF's third-place standing, pending Málaga's upcoming game against Real Murcia.

End of Globalization?

05 Oct 2023  |  www.excelsior.com.mx
The article discusses the decline of economic globalization, exacerbated by recent global events such as the COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and conflicts in the Middle East. It highlights the shift towards protectionism and self-sufficiency, moving away from free trade and economic liberalization. The author argues that the world is becoming more divided into economic blocs, which could lead to reduced growth and innovation. The article also touches on the impact of these changes on supply chains, inflation, and employment, and calls for a balanced approach to global economic policies.

Schedules and Routes for Holy Thursday in Córdoba

05 Oct 2023  |  www.eldiadecordoba.es
The article details the schedules and routes for various religious processions taking place on Holy Thursday in Córdoba. It highlights the participation of different brotherhoods, including Hermandad del Nazareno, Hermandad de la Caridad, Hermandad del Caído, Hermandad de la Sagrada Cena, Hermandad de las Angustias, and Hermandad del Cristo de Gracia. The return of the Tercio Gran Capitán de la Legión with the San Francisco brotherhood is noted as a significant event. Each brotherhood's procession route, timings, and musical accompaniments are meticulously outlined.

Water for Votes

02 Oct 2023  |  elDiario.es
The article criticizes the Government of Andalusia for requesting the release of water from a reservoir to ensure the Guadiamar River has flow during a religious pilgrimage, despite water restrictions in nearby towns. The author views this as a politically motivated move to gain electoral favor, highlighting the short-term, effect-driven nature of current politics. The article references Antonio Machado's poetry to underscore the enduring nature of certain negative aspects of Spanish politics.

No saben no contestan

01 Oct 2023  |  elDiario.es
The article criticizes the opposition from the right-wing and business sectors to the Spanish government's decision to raise the minimum wage by eight percent. It highlights the progress made under left-wing governance, contrasting it with the right's historical reluctance to increase the minimum wage. The author argues that the right's apocalyptic messaging and opposition to collective welfare measures, such as rent restrictions and food price controls, are detrimental to society. The article also questions the right's stance on the fiscal domicile of the former king in Abu Dhabi.

Economic Growth and Social Development

01 Oct 2023  |  elDiario.es
The article discusses the economic policies of the United Kingdom and Spain, highlighting the contrasting approaches to tax cuts and social welfare. It criticizes the British government's tax cuts for the wealthy and the Partido Popular's stance on tax reductions in Spain, arguing that these measures are not beneficial for the general public. The text also mentions the resignation of Liz Truss and the economic instability it caused, as well as the European Union's measures to address the economic crisis.

Frankenstein versus vampires

01 Oct 2023  |  elDiario.es
The article discusses the emergence of SUMAR as a new attempt at unifying the left-wing political spectrum in Spain, highlighting the historical context of similar efforts like Izquierda Unida and PODEMOS. It emphasizes the advantages that left-wing parties now have due to their participation in the national government, particularly praising Yolanda Díaz for her role and recognition in Europe. The text criticizes the right-wing parties PP and VOX for their negative portrayal of the left-wing coalition government.


01 Oct 2023  |  elDiario.es
The article discusses the persistence of summer temperatures and the end of vacations, leading to post-vacation stress for those with stable jobs. It contrasts this with the more severe stress experienced by temporary workers. The text also highlights the planet's stress due to climate change, with extreme weather events becoming more common. It criticizes humanity's continued environmental damage and the lack of effective measures to combat climate change. The article suggests that future migrations will be driven by environmental factors like desertification, and it draws parallels between current scientific warnings and the once-fictional predictions of Julio Verne.

An (Un)Happy World

01 Oct 2023  |  www.excelsior.com.mx
The article delves into the philosophical reflections of Aldous Huxley, Friedrich Nietzsche, Alexis de Tocqueville, and Charles Baudelaire, exploring themes of happiness, democracy, and the human condition. It critiques the current state of global governance and societal values, emphasizing the need for self-improvement and introspection. The author reflects on the relevance of these philosophical ideas in today's world, questioning the role of oligarchies and the spiritual poverty of modern society.

The right opposes the pension increase

01 Oct 2023  |  elDiario.es
Pensioners in Spain will see an 8.5% increase in their pensions, reflecting last year's average inflation. Non-contributory pensions and recipients of the Minimum Vital Income will receive a 15% increase. The article criticizes the right-wing Partido Popular and Vox for opposing these increases, suggesting that their policies would freeze or potentially reduce pensions. The author praises the current government's measures, including the pension increase and the reduction of VAT on food, and acknowledges the efforts of the Plataforma roteña de Pensionistas in advocating for pension increases.

This is how we will return to the Moon in 2025

04 Sep 2023  |  Nuevatribuna
Over fifty years since the last manned mission to the Moon, the Artemis program aims to return humans to the lunar surface by 2025. The renewed interest in lunar exploration is driven by the potential for permanent colonies and resource mining. The Artemis program, a successor to the Apollo missions, involves three key missions: Artemis I, a successful unmanned test flight in 2022; Artemis II, a planned manned lunar orbit in 2024; and Artemis III, which aims to land two astronauts on the Moon in 2025. SpaceX's Starship, chosen for its reusability and advanced technology, plays a crucial role in these missions.

Oh, the polls!

02 Aug 2023  |  eldiario.es
Polling companies hired by various media outlets failed to predict the correct election results, with right-leaning media predicting a larger victory for the PP and Vox coalition. The PP claims the right to govern due to winning the most seats, but even their preferred partner Vox may abstain from supporting Feijóo's potential presidency. The PSOE has emerged victorious, with Pedro Sánchez proving to be a successful strategist despite internal and external challenges. Yolanda Díaz and her team are happy with their performance, having managed to unite different left-wing factions and feeling content with stopping the right and far-right's progress.

Teruel, the thermal oasis of Aragón

30 Jul 2023  |  www.heraldo.es
Teruel's unique climate, characterized by cooler nights, makes it a favorable destination for tourists seeking respite from high temperatures. A study by the Observatorio de la Sostenibilidad reveals that Teruel has experienced significantly fewer warm nights compared to Zaragoza and Huesca over the past 47 years. Experts attribute this to Teruel's high altitude and lower urbanization. Local businesses and tourism officials highlight the benefits of the cooler climate for attracting visitors, particularly from hotter regions. Recommendations include enhancing green spaces to adapt to rising temperatures.

Are you traveling in time every time you move?

09 Jul 2023  |  Nuevatribuna
The article explains how traveling at certain speeds can slow down aging and effectively make one travel in time, based on Albert Einstein's theory of relativity. It delves into the concepts of Special and General Relativity, highlighting key experiments like the Michelson-Morley experiment that disproved the ether theory and confirmed the constancy of the speed of light. The text also discusses time dilation, both due to velocity and gravitational fields, and provides examples from popular science fiction movies to illustrate these concepts. While everyday travel, such as driving a car, does result in time dilation, the effect is minuscule and not perceptible.

Teruel, from street to dance floor

05 Jul 2023  |  www.heraldo.es
The historic center of Teruel has been transformed into dance floors for 20 simultaneous street parties starting on July 7, coinciding with the Vaquilla festival. Preparations include setting up tents, bars, and stages, with significant contributions from local peñas like El Ajo and El Rescate. These community groups provide essential services and spaces for festival-goers, emphasizing the importance of community and celebration. The local police manage the logistics to minimize traffic disruption.

I have butterflies in my stomach and excitement in my heart to climb the Torico

05 Jul 2023  |  www.heraldo.es
Hundreds of children and adults in Teruel had the opportunity to see the famous Torico statue up close, thanks to an event organized by the Ayuntamiento de Teruel and the Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer (AECC). Participants, including many excited children, paid two euros each to ascend a platform and take photos with the statue, with proceeds going to AECC. The event, part of the Fiestas del Ángel, was described as heartwarming and beneficial for cancer patients and their families.

Hostel and peña owners seek waiters for the expectedly crowded Fiestas del Ángel in Teruel

03 Jul 2023  |  heraldo.es
Teruel's hospitality sector is facing challenges in hiring enough waiters for the upcoming Fiestas del Ángel, expected to be very crowded. Despite offering higher wages, establishments are struggling to find staff, with some resorting to hiring from nearby towns or even family members. The festivities require about 800 waiters, double the number employed throughout the year. Local businesses, including bars and bakeries, are preparing for increased demand, with some already experiencing high sales and production.

When eschatological duality pierces us

02 Jul 2023  |  goo.su
The article discusses the ambivalent nature of human freedom and the concept of eschatological duality, contrasting the philosophical and religious paths that lead to different interpretations of man's eternal destiny. It reflects on the idea that God did not create evil, but that evil is simply the absence of love. The text also criticizes the anthropomorphization of God and highlights the efforts of great thinkers to understand a higher power. It suggests that souls may reincarnate until they learn to live correctly and that death is not the end but a transition to a new life. The article concludes by emphasizing the importance of understanding and flowing with existence, rather than being crushed by vanity and presumption.

This was the building that collapsed in Teruel and the sad stories of each neighbor

17 Jun 2023  |  www.heraldo.es
A building in Teruel collapsed, affecting numerous residents who shared their harrowing experiences. Despite the destruction, no lives were lost. Many residents, including elderly individuals and families, recounted their narrow escapes and the loss of their homes and belongings. Organizations like Cáritas and Cruz Roja provided support to the affected families. The community is now seeking solutions and support from authorities to rebuild their lives.

The References

15 Jun 2023  |  elconfidencialdigital.com
The article criticizes the modern world for glorifying individuals with questionable pasts and criminal connections, while overlooking or marginalizing those who have worked towards peace, transparency, and public welfare. It contrasts the state honors given to a mafioso with the lack of such honors for Gorbachov, the imprisonment of Julian Assange, and the sidelining of judges and doctors who fought for justice and public health. The author calls for reflection on the direction of society and the importance of not allowing 'white-gloved criminals' to govern.

Landowner of Pomecia in Teruel sues the City Council to demolish 26 homes

09 Jun 2023  |  www.heraldo.es
Isabel Gorbe, landowner in Pomecia, Teruel, has sued the City Council and 26 families residing there, demanding the execution of a 2011 decree for the demolition of their homes, which became final in 2018. The homes are allegedly built on her property and not in accordance with urban planning. The City Council's lawyer, Miguel Ángel Pineda, argues there's no inactivity on their part and highlights the residents' poor economic conditions. Lawyers representing the families and the Fundación Secretariado Gitano oppose the demolition, citing the vulnerability of the 95 individuals living there, including children, disabled persons, and those in social and economic exclusion. The trial has concluded and awaits sentencing.

Electoral Trap

22 May 2023  |  Confidencial Digital
Voting has become an unpleasant task for many, as political parties are seen as mere economic apparatuses serving power, leading to skepticism about the significance of voting. The lack of a coherent social movement and media bias further diminish the perceived freedom of voting. Democracy is questioned as it appears to exist only on paper, with the government disconnected from the people. Elections are ridiculed as a rigged game controlled by the system, and the author suggests that rebuilding social fabric through personal connections is the first step towards a true democratic world.

GTA VI will surpass them all: the 7 most expensive video games in history

20 May 2023  |  esportmaniacos.com
GTA VI is anticipated to set a new record for the most expensive video game production, surpassing other costly titles in the industry. The list includes Shenmue, GTA IV, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Red Dead Redemption 2, Dead Space 2, Cyberpunk 2077, and GTA V, with production costs ranging from 47 million to over 121 million dollars. The article highlights the significant investments made by companies like SEGA, Rockstar Games, Eidos Montreal, Square Enix, Visceral Games, EA, and CD Projekt, noting both successes and failures, such as the financial failure of Shenmue and the buggy release of Cyberpunk 2077.

Ricardo Abreu, Municipal Secretary of Education: 'The municipal schools of Aracaju are safe environments'

14 May 2023  |  sosergipe.com.br
Aracaju's municipal school network, with 79 schools and 32,198 students, is described as a safe educational environment due to investments in physical and administrative structures since 2017. The Municipal Secretary of Education, Ricardo Nascimento Abreu, emphasizes the city's unique approach to logistics, operations, and pedagogy, tailored to its eight regions. A School Safety Protocol was developed to standardize emergency procedures and reduce response times from the Municipal Guard of Aracaju. The protocol's effectiveness is recognized by other municipalities and authorities in Salvador. Ricardo Abreu, with academic credentials in law and linguistics, assures that school safety depends on the diligence and collaboration of the entire community, including parents' participation and monitoring of their children.

The Eurovision Festival: Example and Guide for Business Decision Making

13 May 2023  |  La voz de Cádiz
Eurovision is analyzed from various scientific perspectives, emphasizing its business dimension. The festival is highlighted as a successful business model with a clear mission, vision, and values. It promotes innovation and has a solid legal structure. Eurovision's popularity offers entrepreneurial opportunities, and its competitive nature provides valuable data for decision-making processes. The 'order effect' in voting is discussed, with implications for business decisions. Additionally, the economic impact of winning Eurovision is noted, with stock market gains for the winning country.

The 11 Best Free Shooters of 2023

04 May 2023  |  www.esportmaniacos.com
The article lists and reviews the top 11 free shooter games of 2023, highlighting their unique features, gameplay mechanics, and overall appeal. Games like War Thunder, Halo Infinite, and Apex Legends are praised for their engaging gameplay and innovative features. The article emphasizes the accessibility and enjoyment these games offer without any cost, making them popular choices among gamers.

Burned-out parents: Is raising and educating children becoming increasingly demanding?

02 May 2023  |  THE OBJECTIVE
The declining birth rate worldwide is accompanied by a widespread feeling that raising and educating children is becoming increasingly difficult. Studies from Spain and the United States indicate that many parents feel guilty for not spending enough time with their children, leading to emotional distress and burnout. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated anxiety and stress among parents and children, with mental health and bullying being major concerns. Increased societal awareness of these issues has led to heightened parental anxiety. Expectations for children's economic independence, job satisfaction, and higher education have risen, adding to parental pressure. The article suggests that while modern challenges differ from those of previous generations, the need for public support services and a realistic understanding of children's needs is crucial.

Doñana, a Spanish brand?

17 Apr 2023  |  eldiario.es
The article criticizes the Andalusian government's approval of a law to expand irrigation in the Doñana region, a UNESCO World Heritage site, despite its ecological significance and current drought conditions. The author reflects on the historical degradation of Spanish wetlands, specifically the Laguna de la Janda, and warns that the new legislation could lead to the irreversible damage of Doñana. The piece also condemns the right-wing parties in Andalusia for their environmental policies and suggests that political shortsightedness is prioritizing agricultural profits over ecological value.

The Valagosa Mines in the Mid-20th Century

19 Feb 2023  |  galego.farodevigo.es
The article discusses the mining activities in the Valagosa region during the mid-20th century, focusing on the extraction of strategic minerals like wolfram and lithium. It highlights the contributions of Dutch geologist Jan Dirk Hilgen, who documented the mineral deposits and their geological significance. Despite the extensive mining efforts, the economic impact on the region was minimal, leaving it in a worse state economically.

Traffic signs on the northern variant of Totana are replaced

14 Feb 2023  |  www.murcia.com
On February 14, 2023, an article was published on Murcia.com highlighting the importance of proper maintenance of traffic signs, specifically addressing the severe deterioration of signs on the RM-502 road in Totana. Following the publication, a request was filed with the electronic office of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia for the immediate replacement of the signs, citing road safety concerns. As of today, the traffic signs on the RM-502 have been almost entirely replaced, with the General Directorate of Roads responding positively to the digital and electronic registry requests.

10 jobs for history graduates

01 Feb 2023  |  www.labrujulaverde.com
The article discusses various career opportunities available for history graduates, countering the common misconception that history degrees lack job prospects. It lists ten potential career paths, including teaching, archiving, antique conservation, public administration, librarianship, research, media collaboration, YouTube content creation, art conservation, and consultancy. The article encourages pursuing a passion for history despite the perceived limited job market.

Energy transition and challenges for 2023

14 Jan 2023  |  La Rioja
Facing a 2023 filled with challenges after two years of extreme volatility and rising energy prices, measures must continue to mitigate the adverse impact on families and competitiveness.

Energy transition and challenges for 2023

13 Jan 2023  |  Diario Sur
Facing a 2023 filled with challenges after two years of extreme volatility and rising energy prices, measures must continue to reduce the adverse impact on families and competitiveness. The article discusses the ongoing efforts and policies needed to address the energy crisis and economic challenges in Spain and Europe.

Erectile Dysfunction in Young Men: Why It Happens and How It Can Be Addressed

25 Dec 2022  |  theconversation.com
Erectile dysfunction is a significant issue affecting self-esteem in men and is more common as men age. In young and middle-aged men, psychological factors are often the cause, while physiological factors include diabetes, heart problems, and hormonal levels. Lifestyle habits such as sedentarism, alcohol, smoking, and certain medications can also contribute. Psychological treatments aim to reduce performance pressure and anxiety, with strategies like focusing on pleasurable sensations and communication. Pharmacological treatments like Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra are effective but must be prescribed by a doctor due to potential health risks. Addressing the underlying causes and improving sexual and partner relationships are crucial for managing erectile dysfunction.

Will the EU gas cap endanger supply security?

20 Dec 2022  |  www.eleconomista.es
The EU Energy Council has reached a political agreement on a market correction mechanism to protect citizens and the European economy from excessive gas prices. The mechanism sets a price cap for natural gas derivatives traded in the Netherlands, activated under specific conditions by ACER. Safeguards are in place to prevent supply disruptions, including the European Commission's ability to suspend the mechanism if it threatens gas supply security. Regulatory bodies ACER and ESMA will evaluate the mechanism's impact on financial and energy markets, with preliminary and final reports due in early 2023. The mechanism aims to balance market stability and supply security without endangering the EU's gas supply.

'In Rhythm'

28 Nov 2022  |  elpais.com
Photographer Antonio Jesús García captures various moments and individuals of flamenco in his images, which form the exhibition featured this week.

The Climate Summit

25 Nov 2022  |  eldiario.es
The Climate Summit in Egypt concluded without significant progress, highlighting the continued reliance on fossil fuels and the lack of action from major CO2 emitting countries. The summit's attendees agreed to create a fund to compensate vulnerable countries for damages caused by climate change, but the author criticizes this approach as insufficient. The text reflects on over twenty-five years of climate meetings that have failed to produce substantial change, and it quotes Victor Hugo to emphasize the disconnect between humanity's awareness of environmental issues and its failure to act.

Squatters in a judicial headquarters

09 Nov 2022  |  lavanguardia.com
An individual expresses disbelief and criticism towards the Generalitat de Catalunya for allowing squatters to occupy a building at the Ciutat de la Justícia in Barcelona for years without eviction, questioning the trust in an institution that permits such a situation.

C. Tangana turns Gredos into a big party with 11,000 guests

11 Sep 2022  |  www.larazon.es
The 'Mesegosillo' estate in Hoyos del Espino hosted a major event headlined by C. Tangana, attended by 11,000 people at the 15th 'Músicos en la Naturaleza' Festival in the Sierra de Gredos. The festival, organized by the Fundación Patrimonio Natural, featured performances by Ainda, Iván Ferreiro, and Leiva, among others. The event, previously postponed due to wildfires and a heatwave, resumed after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. C. Tangana's performance was a mix of music, technology, theater, and flamenco, and the festival has attracted around 170,000 spectators since its inception in 2006, contributing over 20 million euros to the region.

Pandemic, war, drought

22 Aug 2022  |  elDiario.es
The article discusses the unprecedented series of adversities humanity is facing, including the pandemic, wars, and droughts. It reflects on the inevitability of pandemics and droughts, possibly exacerbated by human actions, and criticizes the denial of climate change. The text also questions the impact of wars on climate change and highlights the cyclical nature of droughts, emphasizing the need for better water management. The author expresses concern over the recurrence of pandemics and the ineffectiveness of current solutions to these crises, advocating for a stronger stance against wars driven by economic interests.

9 medieval landscapes with castles throughout Spain

18 Jul 2022  |  viajar.elperiodico.com
The article describes nine medieval castles located throughout Spain, highlighting their historical significance and architectural features. It mentions the Alcázar, built on a Hispano-Arabic fortification in 1122, a palace-fortress in the Sierra de Guadarrama, a national parador that was Barcelona's most important fortress in the Middle Ages, and the well-preserved castle in Belmonte, Castilla-La Mancha. Other castles include a circular one built by Jaime II of Mallorca, one in Córdoba on an ancient Ibero-Turdetanian fortification, a spectacular one in Huesca, Aragón, a luxurious complex in Olite, Navarra, and one in Valladolid with a peculiar ship shape.

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