European Union pledges 200 million coronavirus vaccines for Africa

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The main priority of the European Union right now is to accelerate vaccination in low-income countries around the world, for which it has pledged to donate an additional 200 million vaccines for Africa, the president of the European Commission said yesterday. During her State of the European Union address, Ursula von der Leyen noted that … Read More

Earthquake in China left at least two people dead in Sichuan province

Three Chinese soldiers and doctors deploy the earthquake in Luzhou

The state channel CGTN reported that a 6.0 magnitude earthquake left at least two people dead in Sichuan province. The Chinese authorities indicated that three other residents were also injured. The region experienced a 7.9 earthquake in 2018, which caused some 87,000 deaths and disappearances. The Chinese seismological center measured a magnitude of six, while … Read More

Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller: the El Grito dress with which she overshadowed all of Angélica Rivera’s

Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller: the El Grito dress with which she overshadowed all of Angélica Rivera's

In networks they assure that Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller, wife of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of Mexico chose the perfect dress for the closed-door ceremony of El Grito de Independencia and thereby overshadowed all the expensive models that the former first lady wore at the time and Enrique Peña Nieto’s ex-wife, Ángelica Rivera. The academic … Read More

Fall: the fashion trends that make a comeback

Fall: the fashion trends that make a comeback

Vogue fashion editors detail that trends come and go, but certain pieces are forever. Fall 2021 fashion trends, mostly featured in virtual collections as virus vaccines became available around the world, are all about these timeless and energetic pieces that encourage slipping, going out and about. feel joy. And for shopaholics, there is no greater … Read More

"Long live the cultures of pre-Hispanic Mexico!", grita AMLO

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For the second consecutive year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador made his Cry of Independence without an audience in the capital’s zócalo, and with a small group of guests. Prior to the act, the president headed a minute of silence in honor of the mortal victims of the coronavirus, COVID-19. … Read More