23 tons of cocaine seized, the largest cache in the history of Europe

February 25, 2021

The customs services of the port of Hamburg reported this Wednesday that at the beginning of the month they seized the largest stash of cocaine in the history of Europe: 16 tons of drugs. Around the same time, Antwerp police discovered seven more tons. Dutch prosecutors announced that the investigation indicates that both shipments of cocaine were destined for Rotterdam and that a suspect was arrested in that city on…

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Eddie Murphy: “I am the only black actor in film history who has managed to have a worldwide audience”

February 23, 2021

Eddie Murphy (New York, 59 years old) managed in the late eighties to become a cultural phenomenon throughout the world a film with a cast of black performers that told the story of an African prince who traveled to New York in search of the love. The actor and producer of The prince of Zamunda (Coming to America, in his original title) assures by phone from his home in Los…

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New mobility and fear of contagion: public transport, faced with the greatest crisis in its history

January 1, 2021

The pandemic is changing mobility habits in cities. People move less for a multitude of reasons, such as the introduction of teleworking and distance education, the loss of jobs or the occasional closure of the main entertainment venues. Throughout the year it has been seen that, after the restrictions, urban mobility rebounds. It does not return to normal levels, but with the new normal of May and also in September…

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“I am going back to parts of my life that are gone and that will not return”

December 17, 2020

The day has faded in Mexico City. Under a suddenly dark sky Hector Aguilar Camín, orange socks, red vest, he walks the gardens of his house and shows his wonders. In a courtyard full of ferns stands an immense araucaria, in another a weeping willow tree and, in a corner, next to the study, a sequoia that will continue to grow when this world is gone and that the Mexican…

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