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Baseball Corner

10 Jan 2024  |  www.elsiglodetorreon.com.mx
Preparations for the inaugural season of the Liga Lagunera de Beisbol are progressing well, with the league set to start in March. The league aims to provide a competitive platform for local players, with teams from Coahuila and Durango participating. The league will follow the age limit set by the Federación Mexicana de Beisbol and will not operate on a franchise system. Several teams and managers have shown interest, and the first meeting to discuss the league's details is scheduled for January. The article also covers recent playoff games in the Liga Premier de La Laguna, highlighting key matches and team performances.

Gaza: another day of truce between Israel and Hamas

30 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
The truce in the Gaza Strip will extend for another day following an agreement between Hamas and the Israeli government. The Israeli army stated that mediators are still working on the release of more hostages, while Hamas expects the release of Palestinian prisoners in return. Initially set for four days and extended by two more, the truce has now reached a seventh day, facilitating the exchange of hostages and prisoners and allowing humanitarian aid into Gaza. Prior to the truce, Israeli forces had been bombing Gaza for over a month, causing significant destruction and displacing over a million people. The United Nations and the World Health Organization had called for a ceasefire. Both Hamas and the Israeli army confirmed the continuation of the truce under the same conditions. Meanwhile, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Tel Aviv.

Colombia inicia el impuesto del 10% a grandes tecnológicas

30 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Colombia has implemented a 10% tax on large technology companies as part of a tax reform initiated in 2022. The tax, effective from January 2024, targets companies with gross revenues exceeding approximately 290 million Chilean pesos. The reform, led by President Gustavo Petro's administration, follows a recommendation from the OECD but diverges from the previous government's approach. The tax adds to the existing 19% VAT on foreign capital corporations' services, with an option for companies to register as local entities to reduce the tax rate to 3%. Experts predict a limited immediate impact on fiscal revenue.

Google Agreed to Compensation in Canada for Use of News

30 Nov 2023  |  adnradio.cl
Google and the Canadian government have reached a 'historic' agreement, with Google agreeing to distribute approximately 74 million dollars annually to Canadian media outlets for publishing their news. This move comes ahead of the enforcement of Ottawa's Online News Act on December 19, which could have led to a news blackout on tech platforms. While Google has settled, other companies like Meta have indicated they may reject the regulations. Canada's Heritage Minister, Pascale St-Onge, highlighted the disruption caused by digital platforms to news organizations over the past decade, leading to the closure of about 500 media outlets and the loss of thousands of journalist jobs. The agreement is seen as a step towards establishing a fairer commercial relationship between digital platforms and journalism.

Report shows that climate change enriches northern countries and impoverishes the south

29 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
A report from the University of Delaware highlights the economic disparities exacerbated by climate change, showing that northern countries are becoming wealthier while southern countries are facing increased poverty. The report indicates that global economic losses amount to $2.1 trillion annually due to climate change. The Faroe Islands benefit the most with a 37.1% increase in GDP, while Paraguay and Uruguay are among the most negatively affected, with significant declines in their GDP.

Peru: Court Opens Option to Release Fujimori Despite Conviction for Crimes Against Humanity

29 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
The Constitutional Court of Peru has declined to confirm a resolution from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights that revoked a pardon granted to former dictator Alberto Fujimori, convicted of crimes against humanity. This decision renders it possible for Fujimori to be released before completing his 25-year sentence. The court has deemed it inappropriate to ratify the decision of the Inter-American Court and has deferred the final decision on the pardon to a judge. Fujimori's defense had filed a habeas corpus in 2017 seeking a pardon, which was initially granted for humanitarian reasons but was later revoked by the Peruvian Supreme Court in 2019. The Constitutional Court reinstated the habeas corpus in 2020, but the Inter-American Court's decision prevented its fulfillment. Now, the possibility of Fujimori's pardon and release is once again open, pending a judge's ruling.

Russia to Sell Combat Aircraft and Helicopters to Iran

28 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Russia will supply combat aircraft and helicopters to Iran, including Sukhoi Su-35 fighters, Mil Mi-28 attack helicopters, and Yak-130 training aircraft. Iranian Deputy Defense Minister Mahdi Farahi confirmed the agreement, which aims to modernize Iran's outdated air force. The deal, part of a broader $4 billion annual bilateral trade, underscores the growing economic and military alliance between Iran and Russia. Despite the confirmation from Iran, Russia has yet to officially acknowledge the agreement.

Gaza: Agreement to extend the truce until Thursday

27 Nov 2023  |  adnradio.cl
A ceasefire in the Gaza Strip has been extended until Thursday, with Israel agreeing to release Palestinian prisoners and Hamas to return hostages taken on October 7. The deal, confirmed by Hamas, the United States, and Qatar, includes the release of 20 hostages in Israel and 60 Palestinian prisoners between Tuesday and Wednesday. The military offensive, which was halted on Saturday following the first ceasefire agreement, may resume on Thursday if the truce is not further extended. Qatar's Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Majed al Ansari, announced the extension on social media, amidst international calls for an end to the fighting, which the US and its allies oppose. So far, 117 Palestinian prisoners and 58 hostages have been exchanged.

Baseball Corner

26 Nov 2023  |  elsiglodetorreon.com.mx
Dominican baseball player Jonathan Villar, who joined Algodoneros de Unión Laguna in 2023, is facing issues due to his conduct with Águilas Cibaeñas, leading to his separation from the team after manager Tony Peña deemed his actions as lackadaisical. Despite his talent, Villar's apathy has been a concern, and his future with Algodoneros is under review, especially after the departure of Didi Gregorius. The Liga Mexicana de Beisbol (LMB) welcomes Conspiradores de Querétaro and Dorados de Chihuahua for the 2024 season, with both teams building their rosters through a draft. Querétaro's new team, with executive Roberto Magdaleno, faces challenges with their stadium but is expected to have the necessary economic support.

Ireland wakes up after violent protest in Dublin

24 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Authorities in Ireland reported 34 arrests following a violent protest in Dublin, sparked by a stabbing incident near a school. The protest led to the burning of buses, a tram, and police vehicles, as well as looting in several stores. The police commissioner attributed the violence to far-right extremists. The incident left several people, including children, injured. The Minister of Justice condemned the protest as intolerable.

Floods leave at least 50 dead in Somalia

22 Nov 2023  |  adnradio.cl
Somalia is experiencing severe flooding that has resulted in at least 50 deaths and displaced hundreds of thousands, with 700,000 displaced and 1.7 million affected. The El Niño climate phenomenon is expected to bring more intense rains to the country, with further complications anticipated. The floods have destroyed bridges and inundated residential areas, particularly in Beledweyne, Hiran region. Humanitarian groups warn of increased difficulties as El Niño is predicted to persist for five more months. The Horn of Africa, which includes Somalia, is highly vulnerable to climate change and has recently suffered its worst drought in forty years. According to Deutsche Welle, 687,235 people have been forced to leave their homes, and the UN OCHA estimates that 1.7 million residents have been impacted by the disaster.

Israel bombs Gaza Strip before ceasefire begins

22 Nov 2023  |  ADN Radio
Israeli forces bombed the Gaza Strip hours before a ceasefire was to begin, following an agreement with Hamas for a four-day truce. The ceasefire will allow humanitarian aid into Gaza and include an exchange of hostages for political prisoners. Qatar authorities had anticipated the truce, which comes after a conflict that has resulted in 14,128 deaths in Gaza. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, described as ultrarightist, stated that attacks would resume after the ceasefire. The agreement includes the release of 50 hostages taken by Hamas on October 7 and 150 women and children detained by Israel. Netanyahu confirmed the ceasefire with the support of his security cabinet, with the exact time for the ceasefire's start still unknown. Additionally, Israel killed five Palestinians in a drone attack in the Tulkarem refugee camp in the West Bank, causing deaths and injuries.

Government of the Netherlands close to falling into the hands of the far-right

22 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
The Netherlands' government is on the brink of falling into the hands of the far-right after the Freedom Party (PVV) won 35 of 150 seats in the elections. PVV leader Geert Wilders is seeking alliances to take over the executive branch, targeting a pact with right-wing and Christian democratic parties. Wilders campaigned on an anti-immigration platform and the idea of 'reclaiming' the country. The far-right in the Netherlands will need to form a coalition to gain a parliamentary majority, with potential partners including the farmer's party BBB, the center-right VVD led by Dilan Yeşilgöz, and the Christian democratic New Social Contract led by Pieter Omtzigt. Together with these parties, the far-right could secure 43 seats and possibly add 7 more with the farmers. Wilders has expressed a desire to prioritize Dutch interests and has not ruled out a broader alliance, having campaigned on leaving the European Union and banning the Quran and mosques.

Brazil records the hottest day in its history at 44.8°C

21 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Brazil experienced its highest recorded temperature of 44.8°C in Aracuaí, Minas Gerais, surpassing a 15-year-old record. The extreme heatwave has affected major cities like Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, breaking their heat records. Experts attribute this persistent heat to climate change and the El Niño phenomenon. The Instituto Nacional de Meteorología (Inmet) confirmed the new record, previously held by Bom Jesús in Piauí. The heatwave has led to consecutive days of high temperatures in southeastern Brazil, with some areas experiencing thermal sensations as high as 53.5°C.

Argentina deploys 86,000 security agents for this Sunday's presidential election

18 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Argentina will deploy 86,000 security agents for the upcoming presidential election's second round, involving police, armed forces, and regional agents. The Ministry of Defense, through the Comando General Electoral, will oversee the operation, ensuring the security of 16,888 voting locations and 106,160 electoral tables. Brigadier General Jorge Berredo will lead the military personnel, supported by various security forces. The election involves 35.8 million voters, with extensive logistical support including vehicles, aircraft, helicopters, and even mules for mountainous regions. The winner will assume office on December 22.

France warned Iran not to intervene against Israel

17 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
The French government, through Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna, warned Iran against intervening in the conflict with Israel, emphasizing Iran's responsibility to prevent escalation in the Middle East. Colonna urged Iran to condemn Hamas attacks and defended Israel's right to self-defense, while also calling for humanitarian measures in Gaza. The warning comes amid ongoing clashes between Hezbollah and Israeli forces in Lebanon.

United States highlights 'real progress' in dialogue with China

16 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
U.S. President Joe Biden and China's President Xi Jinping held a four-hour bilateral meeting in California, ahead of the APEC summit in San Francisco. They discussed easing tensions and agreed to restore military communications and strengthen anti-narcotics cooperation. This meeting marks a step towards minimal cooperation between the two nations amidst conflicts over trade, cybersecurity, maritime security, human rights, and other issues.

Israel rejected complying with a UN Security Council resolution

16 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
The Israeli government has refused to comply with a UN Security Council resolution calling for urgent humanitarian pauses in Gaza. Israeli Ambassador Gilad Erdan stated that Israel will continue its military offensive until Hamas is destroyed, dismissing the resolution as disconnected from reality. The UN, WHO, and other agencies have condemned Israel's actions as violations of international law. The governments of Brazil and Turkey have denounced Israel's actions, with Algeria initiating proceedings in the International Criminal Court. Meanwhile, Turkey has successfully evacuated cancer patients from Gaza to Ankara for treatment.

Israel invades Al Shifa hospital in Gaza with its military

15 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Israeli military forces invaded Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza, causing terror among patients and staff. The hospital's director reported the deaths of seven premature babies due to lack of electricity and warned that 30 more are at risk. Witnesses described soldiers firing inside the hospital, resulting in injuries. The Israel Defense Forces stated the operation targeted Hamas. The hospital has been under siege for two days without food, water, or electricity, with 650 patients unable to be evacuated and thousands of displaced civilians seeking refuge nearby.

Unicef calls to end the 'horror' in the Gaza Strip

15 Nov 2023  |  ADN Radio
UNICEF has called for an end to the tragedy affecting children in the Gaza Strip, describing the situation as 'horror.' Catherine Russell, the agency's director, visited the enclave and witnessed the devastating conditions, including constant bombings, loss, and displacement. She reported serious violations against children, including killings, mutilations, and attacks on schools and hospitals. The health authorities in Gaza reported 11,320 deaths, including over 5,000 minors. Russell called for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire and highlighted the dire situation at Al Shifa Hospital, where babies clung to life in incubators without electricity.

China warned that Taiwan independence would mean 'war'

15 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
China has issued a stern warning that declaring Taiwan's independence would lead to war, urging the United States to adhere to the 'one China' principle. This warning comes as the APEC summit begins, with Chinese spokesperson Zhu Fenglian condemning Taiwan independence advocates and highlighting the military support Taiwan receives from the US. The issue is central to Taiwan's upcoming elections, with candidate Lai Ching Te advocating for independence. The comments coincided with a meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Joe Biden in California, where the topic of Taiwan was anticipated to be discussed.

Ukraine warns of Russian military advances in the east

15 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Ukraine's government has warned of increased Russian military actions in the eastern regions, particularly in Donetsk, Avdiivka, and Kupiansk. President Volodimir Zelenski emphasized the rise in enemy attacks and praised Ukrainian soldiers for holding their positions. The conflict remains intense, with the front line largely unchanged for a year. Zelenski also condemned recent Russian attacks on Kherson, which resulted in casualties, accusing Russia of seeking revenge.

Peru denounced by Amnesty International for impunity

15 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Amnesty International has denounced the Peruvian state for maintaining impunity in the deaths of two young protesters, Bryan Pintado and Inti Sotelo, during police repression in Lima. The organization highlights the lack of justice three years after the violent crackdown following the ousting of President Martín Vizcarra and the appointment of Manuel Merino. Amnesty International criticizes the disproportionate use of force by the Peruvian National Police and the obstacles faced in the investigations to hold those responsible accountable.

Spain: Far-right asks Supreme Court to stop the investiture of Pedro Sánchez

14 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Spain's far-right party VoX has filed a lawsuit against incumbent President Pedro Sánchez and Catalan independence leader Carles Puigdemont, urging the Supreme Court to suspend Sánchez's investiture. They accuse them of bribery, cover-up, and collaboration with terrorism due to an amnesty law related to an agreement between Sánchez's Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) and the Catalan independence party Junts. The PSOE secured Junts' support for Sánchez's presidency in exchange for a law pardoning Catalan leaders who declared independence in 2017. The right and far-right in Spain oppose this agreement. The parliament is set to vote this week, with Sánchez expected to win with support from Sumar, Junts, and the Basque Nationalist Party (PNV).

Brazil: Lula da Silva assured that Israel commits 'terrorism'

14 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Brazilian President Lula da Silva condemned Israel for committing 'several acts of terrorism' in the Gaza Strip and criticized the killing of children and women in the Palestinian enclave. He also acknowledged that Hamas committed a terrorist act on October 6, the same day Israeli forces launched an attack on Gaza. A Brazilian humanitarian flight rescued 22 citizens and 10 family members from Gaza after a month-long effort delayed by Israeli authorities. Lula da Silva lamented the death of over 5,000 minors and the disappearance of 1,500 others, presumed to be under the rubble.

Guatemala: Call for the removal of the Attorney General due to corruption

14 Nov 2023  |  adnradio.cl
Indigenous leaders in Guatemala have joined calls for the removal of Attorney General Consuelo Porras, who has been accused of corruption by the United States. They have requested the Constitutional Court to annul an internal law that prevents the current president from dismissing the Attorney General. Protests continue against Porras and prosecutors who are attempting to prohibit the election winner, Movimiento Semilla. President-elect Bernardo Arévalo has accused them of trying to stage a coup. Indigenous authorities were heard in a virtual hearing by the Constitutional Court, while indigenous groups maintain a sit-in outside the Public Ministry's headquarters in Guatemala City, vowing to stay until the change of command. The power transfer ceremony to Arévalo and Movimiento Semilla is scheduled for January 14, 2024.

India attempts to rescue 40 workers trapped in tunnel

13 Nov 2023  |  adnradio.cl
In Uttarakhand, India, 40 workers have been trapped for over 35 hours inside a tunnel they were constructing in the Himalayas. Rescuers have made contact, providing food and water, and remain optimistic about rescuing them alive. Excavators and heavy machinery are being used to clear the debris. The tunnel is part of a national highway used for Hindu pilgrimages. The National Disaster Response Force of India confirmed all workers are alive, and rescue efforts have cleared about 20 meters of rubble, with an estimated 40 meters remaining.

Israel attacked Lebanon: two dead and a reporter injured

13 Nov 2023  |  adnradio.cl
Israeli forces launched an attack in southern Lebanon, resulting in two deaths and affecting an international media convoy, escalating tensions in the Middle East amid Israeli invasions and bombings in the Gaza Strip. Lebanese authorities reported the fatalities in Ainata, while Israel stated the attack was a response to projectiles fired over occupied Palestinian territory. The Israeli military claimed to have targeted the origin of the fire and posts used by terrorists. Hezbollah, which supports Hamas, has been exchanging fire with Israel from southern Lebanon since October 6, marking the most significant violence since the 2006 war, with over 70 fighters and 10 civilians dead in Lebanon and 10 people, including seven soldiers, in Israel. Al Jazeera reported that one of Israel's attacks hit a group of media in the Lebanese border village of Yarou, injuring their cameraman Issam Mawasi and damaging their transmission vehicle.

Germany announces a significant increase in its military budget

11 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
Germany's government, led by Chancellor Olaf Scholz, announced a sustained increase in military spending starting in 2024, aiming to permanently allocate 2% of GDP to defense. Scholz emphasized the necessity of this shift due to current global security challenges, including Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Hamas's attacks in Israel. The German government has committed 100 billion euros to the armed forces, ensuring sustainable funding. The policy also advocates for greater European cooperation in defense for financial, operational, and logistical reasons.

China: Former Bank President Sentenced to Life Imprisonment

11 Nov 2023  |  www.adnradio.cl
A Chinese court has sentenced Sun Deshun, former president of the state-owned China Citic Bank, to life imprisonment for corruption. Sun was found guilty of accepting $136.5 million in bribes between 2003 and 2019. The Supreme People's Procuratorate's ruling includes a suspended death sentence, which will be commuted to life imprisonment without the possibility of sentence reduction or pardon. The court also stripped Sun of his political rights and confiscated his properties. The case has significant social repercussions, with other former executives of China Citic Bank also facing corruption charges. The investigation, initiated in 2019, revealed that Sun granted substantial loans to financially troubled companies, including the HNA Group, causing significant losses to the country and its people.

Saudi Arabia convenes Arab summit over Gaza attacks

11 Nov 2023  |  adnradio.cl
The Arab League will meet in Saudi Arabia on Saturday to discuss Israel's attacks on Gaza. Saudi Arabia urgently invited leaders from the 22 member countries to address the 'Israeli aggression' against the Palestinian enclave. The meeting comes amid war crime allegations against Israel, with over 10,000 people reported killed in Gaza, including over 4,000 children, and hundreds of thousands displaced. The summit follows preparatory meetings and comes two days after Algeria filed a lawsuit against Israel at the International Criminal Court, supported by the Colombian government. The meeting replaces two extraordinary summits of the Islamic Cooperation Organization and the Arab League.

Colombia joins Algeria in filing a complaint against Israel at the International Criminal Court

10 Nov 2023  |  adnradio.cl
The Colombian government has announced its support for Algeria's complaint against Israel at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for alleged war crimes in the Gaza Strip. Colombian President Gustavo Petro stated that they will join the collective action, and Foreign Minister Álvaro Leyva is set to meet with ICC prosecutor Karim Khan. The complaint, presented by lawyer Abdelmadjid Marari, documents transgressions in occupied Palestine and genocide crimes. Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has called on human rights defenders to bring Israel before the ICC for crimes against Palestinians in Gaza. Colombia's involvement follows President Petro's previous warning about the potential suspension of relations with Israel.

Uruguay faces a political crisis due to a drug trafficker

10 Nov 2023  |  adnradio.cl
A drug trafficker has triggered a political crisis in Uruguay, leading to the resignation of four senior government officials within a week. The irregular issuance of a passport to criminal Sebastián Marset has reached the office of President Luis Lacalle. The country's prosecutor's office is considering summoning the president to testify. The crisis began with the resignation of Interior Minister Alberto Heber and his deputy Guillermo Maciel, amid corruption allegations related to Marset's passport obtained while he was jailed in the United Arab Emirates in 2021. Two other resignations followed, including a friend and advisor to Luis Lacalle, Roberto Lafluf, and Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo, who was implicated by former deputy foreign minister Carolina Ache through controversial audio recordings. Ache claimed Bustillo asked her to lose her phone to delete a WhatsApp conversation warning of Marset's criminal record, contradicting the government's claim of ignorance about the drug trafficker's identity since 2021. The prosecutor is evaluating requesting President Lacalle's statement, as he allegedly lied about his advisor Lafluf destroying official documents relevant to the case. Sebastián Marset is accused in Uruguay of murdering anti-mafia prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, and the current government reportedly granted him an expedited passport.

Laguna hilvana octavo triunfo y acecha el tercer puesto

25 Jul 2023  |  De Beisbol - Noticias y comentarios del Rey de los Deportes
Vaqueros Laguna secured their eighth consecutive victory by defeating Sultanes de Monterrey 3-2 in a thrilling game attended by 4,000 fans at Estadio de la Revolución. Key moments included a crucial error by Humberto Cota and standout performances by Christian Quintero and Felipe Arredondo. Despite a strong effort from Sultanes, including a notable performance by Carlos Monasterios, Vaqueros' defense and strategic plays led them to victory. The game featured significant contributions from various players, setting the stage for the next match in the series.
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