Latest news from society today Wednesday, January 5
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The judge orders the arrest of the doctor who operated on the deceased woman after a liposculpture, according to the defense
The head of the Court of Instruction number 2 of Cartagena has issued an arrest warrant against the doctor who operated on the 39-year-old woman who died this Saturday after undergoing liposculpture in the port city on December 2, as confirmed to Europa Press the defense lawyer, Ignacio Martínez.
Garzón says in ‘The Guardian’ that Spain exports poor quality meat from abused animals
The Minister of Consumption, Alberto Garzon, attacks the Spanish livestock sector again, but this time at an international level. In an interview
published on December 26
by the English medium ‘The Guardian’, has criticized the sustainability and quality of the product of large farms.
Hipra’s Spanish coronavirus vaccine protects against Ómicron
The Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant, It has advanced this Tuesday that the Covid-19 vaccine that the Hipra company is developing presents “very good results and very good resistance” against the Omicron variant of the virus, although it has clarified that these are preliminary results.
The sinister story of the twin brothers Bogdanoff
In a rationalist France, the brothers Igor y Grichka Bogdanoff (72 years old), recently deceased victims of Covid, embodied the celebrity of ‘scientific dissemination’, the dissemination of ‘scientific theories’ about UFOs and aliens, to culminate in several processes, haunted by scams, scams of hundreds of thousands of euros and abuse of psychologically fragile people, and a physical transformation that turned their faces into scary masks and they used to propose ‘entertainment programs’.
The German anti-vaccines end up biting the Police
Illegal protests against the restrictions increase in Germany and are concentrated on Mondays, thus symbolically linking to the ‘Marches for Peace‘which started in Leipzig at the end of the eighties and which ended up becoming the citizen resistance movement that ended up bringing down the Berlin Wall. In many of them there are disturbances and violent behavior. In last night in Lichtenstein 14 police officers were injured, some from the impact of broken bottles but most from bites. “A woman tried to seize the service weapon from an officer who resisted and was bitten down », has related a police spokesman who estimates that around 60 violent youths had mixed in a group of about 200 protesters.
Four agents of the National Police save the life of a two-month-old baby at the gates of the Court of Accounts
The agents of the National Police stationed at the gates of the Court of Accounts, in the central street of Fuencarral, managed to save the life of a baby who was drowning on December 30. The Heimlich maneuver that they practiced restored the color to the minor who, after being treated later by a medical indication, was discharged on the spot.
Balearic teachers help parents to claim 25% of the classes in Spanish
The platform Plis, Education please has appealed to the parents of students to request a minimum of 25% of the teaching in Spanish, protected by the recent order of the Supreme Court and the ‘Canet effect’. This association of teachers, which defends the school as a place of learning and not as a means of instrumentalization, offers to guide parents interested in the administrative request and in the filing of a contentious-administrative appeal.