Friday, 22 November 2019
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Violence in Bolivia does not stop
Human Rights Watch denounces "the death of protesters, threats to journalists and a problematic decree".
Daily cannabis use lowers odds of using illicit opioids among people who have chronic pain
For those using illicit opioids to manage their chronic pain, cannabis may be a beneficial - and a less dangerous - alternative.
Here are five business trends for 2020
This trends may result interesting for you if you are trying to start a business in 2020
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Crisis in Bolivia: was there really a coup?
The debate since Evo Morales announced his resignation as president of Bolivia has revolved around whether or not the causes constituted a coup d'etat
Why did Bolivia break relations with Venezuela?
The interim government of Jeanine Áñez announced the decision last Friday, November 15
Nuevo León, the state of Mexico where homophobia prevails
The state of Nuevo León in Mexico is fighting an open battle against the LGBTIQ+ community, generating a problem before the State Human Rights Commission.
Carlos Holmes Trujillo is the new Minister of Defense in Colombia
The implementation of the peace agreements is one of Trujillo's challenges; and when not fulfilled, they are indicated as the reason why the violence returned.
CEOs' political leanings are affecting their pay packages
When firms design the initial pay package for a new CEO, they focus on that person's tolerance or aversion to risk-taking.
Harley Davidson Motorcycle: what to know when buying
Willing to buy a used vehicle, you must carefully check it first to protect yourself from unpleasant situations of all kinds
#MeTooPay is looking for gender pay equality
November 14 marked Equal Pay Day: the day of the year when women start to work for free. The day is dedicated to raising awareness of the gender pay gap.
After trade deal, unhealthy foods flowed into Central America
The study analyzes the availability of non-nutritious food in the years after the Central America Free Trade Agreement was signed with the US.
Hurricanes have become bigger and more destructive for USA
According to a study, hurricanes have become more destructive since 1900, and the worst of them are more than 3 times as frequent now than 100 years ago
We continue building walls
The world seems not to have understood the purpose and since then more walls have continued to be built.
Living in ethnic enclaves may improve pregnancy outcomes
Asian/Pacific Islander women living in ethnic enclaves in the United States are less likely to have pregnancy or birth complications.
Chileans create vaccine against Hantavirus
The carrier of the virus is mainly the long-tailed mouse (Oligoryzomis longicaudatus) inhabiting the southern forests of South America.
What makes a happy working mom?
New research shows that the well-being of a working mum depends more on whether her own psychological needs are met rather than the temperament of her baby
Mexico, a country with many problems but without rage
Mexico is the first country in the world declared free of rabies in humans transmitted by dogs, according to the World Health Organization.
Do you know how much football players pay for being late for training?
These 5 examples of European teams will give you an idea of what players can pay if they break their teams' regulations.
Why has Manchester United come down?
Having been a top team in the last two decades, Manchester United has fallen into decline.
Historic top-flight women footballers strike is over for now
The Association of Spanish Footballers (AFE) announced on Monday that the strike has been temporarily suspended.
Davis Cup begins with Latino participation
On Monday, November 18, the new edition of the Davis Cup was released in Madrid, which presented important changes provided by soccer player Gerard Piqué.
5 sports you can't miss in 2020
Since the new year is coming, we propose certain sports and disciplines to start 2020 with all the attitude.
5 soccer players who have their own YouTube channel
Our favorite soccer players not only earn their salary playing for the most important teams in the world
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