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Europe · Amsterdam
Europol says 49 arrested in cocaine cartel takedown; 30 tonnes of drugs seized
European policing agency Europol said on Monday it had helped co-ordinate the takedown of a cartel managed from the United Arab Emirates believed to control up to a third of Europe's cocaine trade. Police arrested a total of 49 suspects in raids in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Spain and the UAE from Nov. 8 to Nov. 19, the agency said. See the Story
45% Center coverage: 75 sources
Asia · Beijing
China eases COVID rules in some areas after protests
China eased some COVID-19 restrictions on Monday after a long weekend of protests against the country’s “zero COVID” policy, which morphed into one of the largest opposition movements to the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) party in decades.See the Story
51% Center coverage: 47 sources
US & Canada · Cape Canaveral
NASA's moon spacecraft breaks distance record
The US space agency's Orion capsule has reached a key milestone on its demonstration mission around the Moon. On Monday, it moved some 430,000km (270,000 miles) beyond the Earth - the furthest any spacecraft designed to carry humans has travelled.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 20 sources
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Sánchez elects former minister Juan Carlos Campo and former Moncloa senior official Laura Díez to renew the Constitutional
Campo was Minister of Justice between January 2020 and July 2021, and Díez was until six months ago director of Constitutional Affairs. The Council of Ministers will make the appointments this TuesdaySee the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Roman Polanski adds problems with Justice: he will now be tried in France for defamation
British actress Charlotte Lewis accuses him of raping her when she was 16, and he was 50. The trial will be in 2024.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Spain · Spain
Vox leaves the Chamber after one of its deputies withdrew the floor
The vice-president of the lower house, Alfonso Gómez de Celis, has removed the floor from Vox deputy Patricia Rueda, after asking her three times...See the Story
Contributory pensions and the minimum living income will rise by around 8.5% in 2023
Retirement benefits will increase with average year-on-year inflation between December 2021 and November 2022, according to the new revaluation methodSee the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Catch Me If You Can Celebrity Chapter 29
A contest in which celebrities are tested to discover how much they know about almost everything. The prize, a succulent amount of cash for...See the Story
Will Sylvia Pantoja be able to answer these curiosities about Hollywood stars correctly?
Do you know which of them likes surfing and who had three Bengal tigers as their pet?See the Story
Yolanda Díaz rejects the expansion of the pension calculation proposed by Escrivá
The second vice-president of the Government and Minister of Labour and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz, has spoken out against expanding the calculation of the regulatory base of pensions to 30 years, as proposed by the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá, assuring that the measure...See the Story
Catalonia · Catalonia
Socialist Elena Valenciano, on the law of 'only yes is yes': “The Government must now consider how to resolve the errors of the law”
This Tuesday, the Supreme Court decided to increase the sentences for the 'Arandina case' to 9 years, but reduced the sentence by one year by the law of the...See the Story