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Referendum in Italy: the first results give the winner to Yes in the consultation on reducing the number of deputies

Italian President Sergio Mattarella (i) took part in a school in Palermo on Monday, in the constitutional referendum held in the country. (EFE / EPA / IGOR PETYX) Italy approved the reduction in the number of MEPs in a referendum where “yes” won by between 60 and 64% of the vote, compared to the 36-40% that “no” achieved., according to …

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A vacancy at the Supreme Court increases the uncertainty in the election

A woman lays flowers in front of the Supreme Court building in Wahsington (Reuters) Judge’s death Ruth Bader Ginsburg have added a new and enormous pressure on the two candidates for the presidential race, which is already terrified of a global pandemic and a summer of civil unrest, which raises the possibility that, along with the campaign, it will be …

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New blow to AstraZeneca as the virus develops

London. – A second volunteer from AstraZeneca’s vaccine project Covid-19 presented an unexplained neurological disease, but the pharmaceutical company assured that there is not enough evidence that it is related to the substance. According to American media, it is a woman who developed the condition. even in the first case it was a girl. AstraZeneca, whose vaccine is one of …

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China sent more military jets in spite of Taiwan

China sent more military jets in spite of Taiwan Taiwan’s military says it has the right to counter – threat from China Taiwan launches several warriors before a new approach to the island Chinese ship infobor See full coverage on Google News Source link

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Jennifer Aniston’s Emmys moment that made her go viral

The actress, who was nominated for The morning show, She was the first famous woman to appear on stage to present the award for Best Leading Actress in a Comedy Series – which went to Catherine O’Hara for the night’s big winner, Schitt’s Creek– and in full presentation They had no better idea than to make a joke about the …

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Bahrain announced that it was countering a terrorist attack sponsored by the Iranian regime

Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain (Bandar Algaloud / Saudi Royal Court / Dividend via REUTERS) Bahrain reported that in recent hours it countered a terrorist attack on foreign diplomats, which received “support and funding” from the Iranian regime. This announcement comes just days after the historic peace agreements signed with Israel and the United Arab Emirates in …

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The other AstraZeneca volunteer has “unexplained” neurological disease

A second volunteer from the project AstraZeneca vaccine against him coronavirus presented one “unexplained” neurological disease, but the pharmacist assures that there is insufficient evidence that it is related to the substance. According to American media, it is a woman who developed the disease. The first case was also a woman. AstraZeneca He told The New York Times that he …

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