The key is in the active observance of animal protection › Cuba › Granma

Although the adoption of Decree-Law No. 31 on Animal Welfare 13 months ago responded to the improvement of the animal health system in the country, as well as a popular demand, the reality underscores the need for more active monitoring of legal entities. To somehow protect animals, and of course society in general. Within this … Read more

The first steps to start a signal dog relationship with hunting

donostia – First steps related to basic Hound education and obedience Explained last week by expert trainer Victor Martinez Isande in the same pages of Desveda, this week offers small but important progress to address aspects directly related to the desired goals. On this occasion, a Navarrese trainer provides the items to consider so that … Read more

Russia and China: Fading Power, Rising Power, and the ‘Disruption’ of the New World

AndIn a recent interview with the newspaper financial times William Burns, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, the CIA, noted that the Russian invasion of Ukraine shows that “declining powers can be as troublesome as emerging powers,” but that the North American country had no room for anyone to doubt that “ The biggest geopolitical … Read more

Russia and China: Fading Power, Rising Power, and the ‘Disruption’ of the New World

The war in Ukraine served as a catalyst for the reconfiguration of the new world order that was already taking shape in recent times. The “old” globalization is nearing its end and a new time will take its place, with different rules and balances AndIn a recent interview with the newspaper financial times William Burns, … Read more

Pablo Lyle refuses to divorce his wife now that he’s already with another

A moment of anger can change a person’s life forever, and Paul Lyle, 35, still bears the burden of making a bad decision. Last March, the actor spent two years in remand in Miami, Florida, as he awaits trial for causing the death of a Cuban man during a road accident in that city. Without … Read more

Bastianini infuriates his rivals and adds his third win of the year

Le Mans (France), May 15 (EFE). Italy’s Enea “The Beast” Bastianini (Ducati Desmosedici GP21) despaired of all his rivals, notably fellow countryman Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia (Ducati Desmosedici GP22), to take third place victory of the season, at the French MotoGP Grand Prix at Le Mans, to Australian Jack Miller (Ducati Desemcidesi GP22) and Spaniard Alex … Read more

Arath de la Torre’s wife, Susie Lou, can’t get over infidelity and is already considering divorce

We announced in our 1304 edition that the departure of Arath de la Torre, 46, from the comedy El tenorio, was due to disagreements with Julio Alegría, 48, because De la Torre tried to woo his fiancée, Andrea Rodríguez, 42, which Arath categorically denied. However, just when he thought the waters had calmed down, the … Read more

Thibaut Courtois, the goalkeeper who learned how to throw himself while playing on the beach

History will tell whether he is the best goalkeeper in the world or not, but no one can take away from Thibaut Courtois the praise that the press or fans usually give: “Courtois saves”, “With his height he dominates the high balls”, “He is very agile and has responses He did good,” “He saves the … Read more

Commerce, culture and sports flood the streets of Pego for an intense weekend

Blai Tomàs, of Ontinyent, won first prize in the 3rd Quick Painting competition, and Evarist Aparisi took home the prize for best painting by a local artist I had an intense Pego weekend. An extensive program filled the streets of the municipality with people who enjoyed culture, sports and gastronomy, as local merchants put icing … Read more

Worms and frogs, the key to clarifying the causes of some neurodevelopmental syndromes?

The study, conducted in research models with worms and frogs, could be crucial to understanding the cause of some cases of autism and syndromes such as CHARGE, which affects about 1 in 10,000 people. The study was conducted by scientists from the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) and the University of Buenos … Read more