Latest news for today Saturday, January 22
Here, the headlines of the day where, in addition, you can find out all the news and latest news today on ABC. Everything that has happened this Saturday, January 22 in the world and in Spain:
A British fugitive arrested in Malaga hours after the authorities asked for citizen collaboration
Police have arrested a 30-year-old British fugitive wanted for drug trafficking After being located in the Costa del Sol Malaga, specifically in San Pedro de Alcántara. The arrest occurred hours after last Wednesday the authorities of the United Kingdom and Spain requested citizen collaboration to locate twelve fugitives from Justice included in the list of ‘the most wanted’.
The boy who shocked the world and became a symbol of the war in Syria arrives in Rome
The photo became famous throughout the world and became a symbol of the war in Syria.
Father Munzir Al-Nazzal, 35, mutilated, without his right leg, he raises his son, Mustafa, who was born without limbs, in his arms towards the sky. “When you’re older your legs and arms will grow,” the father told Mustafa, because it’s easy for a child to make him dream and tell him a story with a happy ending. That photo of the Turkish Mehmet Aslam, which captured a moment of joy, the exchange of smiles between a father and a son, even though their lives were marked by war and exile, won the Siena International Photo Awards.
The old man who claims face-to-face treatment from the bank, after the government’s reaction: “I cry with emotion”
A little closer to the target. Carlos San Juan de Laorden, the 78-year-old man who promoted a petition on the Change.org platform a month ago asking for more humane treatment of older people in banking entities and is already on the way to 400,000 signatures, has received “almost crying with emotion” the news that the Government has urged banks to guarantee the financial inclusion of the elderly.
The Valencian TSJ studies next week if it paralyzes child vaccination against coronavirus in schools
The High Court of Justice of the Valencian Community (TSJCV) will decide the next week, on January 26, if it stops child vaccination in educational centers, as the father of a girl and lawyer demands as a precautionary measure, or allows the Generalitat to continue with the immunization started in December.
“Selfish, immortal and travelers”: “Selfish, immortal and travelers”: The scientist behind the explanation of Julia Otero’s cancer
In the time that a television interview lasts, journalist Julia Otero did more to spread cancer than hundreds of articles and thoughtful explanations over the years. Otero arrived on the set of El Hormiguero and told how his eleven months of treatment were. His interview became one of the best seen on the Pablo Motos program. The success was not only what counted, but how he did it: unsweetened, clearly and even humorously at times.
Police find the body of an American woman missing since Christmas in Valencia
The National Police has found this Friday in the Valencian town of Alzira the corpse of a 40-year-old woman of Russian origin and American nationality, whose disappearance had been reported by a friend with whom she used to maintain contact online.