Guaidó wins the game for Maduro for Venezuelan gold | International

Judge Nigel Teare, of the British High Court, decided this Thursday that it is the ‘ad hoc’ Administration appointed by the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, and not that of President Nicolás Maduro, which can access the Venezuelan gold deposited in the Bank from England (BoE). Read: (‘There will be biometric identification for Venezuelans in […]

2-1 in Altach! Austria wins the qualifying group – football

Wiener Austria is always first in the qualification group! The Violets defeated Altach 2-1 away and are happy about a home game in the play-off. The violets came into the game quite well, but the right goal scenes failed to come up with a shot from Christoph Monschein. The Altach came up better and better, […]

Telefónica merges with Liberty to be leaders in the United Kingdom

Telefónica and Liberty have signed an agreement to integrate their subsidiaries in the United Kingdom: O2 and Virgin Media. In this way, a telecommunications giant will be created in this market, considered strategic for the Spanish multinational. The joint venture will be 50% owned by each company through an operation valued at 35.8 billion euros, […]

Bankia earns less and Iberdrola improves 5% without extraordinary

Bankia obtained a net profit of 94 million in the first quarter of 2020, which represents a year-on-year drop of 54.14%, after allocating provisions of 125 million for the covid-19 pandemic. The state majority entity would have earned 11.3% less without this extraordinary endowment, which has not prevented it from remaining among the most solvent […]

Cees Nooteboom, nomad of territories and genres, wins the Formentor Prize

Cees Nooteboom, nomad of territories and genres, was awarded this Wednesday the Formentor Prize for Letters, endowed with 50,000 euros. The Dutch poet, novelist, essayist, and art critic (The Hague, 1933) is rewarded “for exceeding with his incessant creativity the limit proposed by literary genres”. Recurring candidate for the Nobel Prize for LiteratureNooteboom is for […]

Japanese photographer Yasuyoshi Chiba wins the ‘World Press Photo’ 2020

The Japanese photographer Yasuyoshi Chiba, from the AFP agency, has been awarded the ‘World Press Photo’ 2020 (Direct voice) taken during a blackout in Khartoum, Sudan in June 2019. The image awarded with this prestigious award shows a young man, illuminated by mobile phones, reciting protest poetry as protesters chant slogans calling for a civilian […]

World Press Photo 2020: the winner and the best photographs

Japanese photographer Yasuyoshi Chiba, from the AFP agency, has been awarded the ‘World Press Photo’ 2020 for her snapshot titled ‘Straight Voice’ taken during a blackout in Khartoum, Sudan in June 2019. The image awarded with this prestigious award shows a young man, illuminated by mobile phones, reciting protest poetry while protesters chant slogans calling […]