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Europe · New York
UN warns next 5 years could be warmest recorded
The next five years are expected to be the warmest period on record,the UN's World Meteorological Organization (WMO) warned on Wednesday. "There is a 98-percent likelihood that at least one of the next five years, and the five-year period as a whole, will be the warmest on record," the WMO said. See the Story
53% Center coverage: 134 sources
Pedro Sánchez · Madrid
Spanish prime minister calls early general election after battering in regional vote
Spain’s Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has called a early general elections for July 23. Sánchez made the surprise announcement Monday, a day after his Socialist party took a serious battering in local and regional elections.See the Story
42% Left coverage: 81 sources
Pedro Sánchez · Madrid
Regional and municipal elections start in Spain
Voting is taking place in 12 regions and 8,000 towns and cities. Results will serve as a barometer for an end-of-year general election. Polls are predicting gains for the conservative People's Party (PP) If replicated later in the year could unseat the current left-wing coalition.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 39 sources
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Rio De Janeiro · Rio De Janeiro
Lady Acid: “Those who don't know Brazilian music should know it as a whole”
Singer-songwriter Cacau Da Rosa, Lady Acid, an icon of underground music from Rio de Janeiro from the 80s, now living in New York, returns to Brazil with her latest work, “Lady Acid Experience”, a performance concert that mixes electronic music with everything you can imagine to dance to. In the coming months, the artist will arrive in Europe. Topics: Radical Magazine, Music, Electronic Music, LGTBIQ, BrazilRead the full articleSee the Story
Madrid, Spain · Madrid
Small banana producers are still under the volcano: “We earn 25 cents out of the 4 euros they charge you”
Small and medium-sized farmers affected by the La Palma volcano stand out from large cooperatives to demand their real inclusion in the Chain Act, move towards organic production and guarantee their future in the face of the climate crisis.Topics: News, Agriculture, Environment, Canary IslandsRead the full articleSee the Story
Politics · Madrid
The left POS15m: formation, development and final
The recomposition of the left constitutes the end of the phase of mobilizations and innovations opened in 2011, as well as the entry into a new phase of stabilization of Spanish politics. Topics: News, Opinion, 15M, Podemos, Sumar, Social NetworksRead the full articleSee the Story
Andalusia, Spain · Andalusia
Ukrainian technological mythologies of the liberal imagination
When Volodimir Zelensky was elected president in 2019, he promised to transform Ukraine into a “state contained in a smartphone”, making most public services available online. Topics: Global, Sidecar, War in Ukraine, TechnologyRead the full articleSee the Story
Economy · Lisbon
Intel closes the first quarter of 2023 with a record loss!
Intel is one of the oldest technology companies in the industry. But that doesn't mean that she doesn't have her ups and downs as well. In this sense, the most recent information indicates that...See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Kemal Kilicdaroglu · Ankara
Turkey to have momentous runoff election after Erdogan fails to win outright
Turkey’s presidential election is going to a runoff, Turkey’s high election board confirmed Monday, as neither 20-year incumbent Recep Tayyip Erdogan nor challenger Kemal Kilicdaroglu secured an outright victory after the vote was held Sunday. With almost all ballots counted on Monday morning, Erdogan led with 49.42 percent of the vote. A second round will go ahead on 28 May, with Mr Erdogan the clear favourite.See the Story
38% Center coverage: 205 sources