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Related news The 63% of female parliamentarians in Australia have experienced sexual harassment at your workplace. This is revealed in an independent report published this Tuesday by the Australian Human Rights Commission. This report was commissioned by the Government of the country after the case of Brittany Higgins, which caused a major scandal in Australian…

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Related news Sacyr’s Strategic Plan 2021-2025 has as one of its goals the expansion in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia. That is to say, English speaking markets in which the company chaired by Manuel Manrique wants to take a step forward. That goal is adding “supporters to his cause.” Thus, in…

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United Kingdom Queen Elizabeth II withdraws for health reasons: “We will see her more on the screen and less in the flesh” Barbados says ‘goodbye’ to its queen. What was a British colony until 1966 (when it declared its independence after more than 300 years under the mandate of the Crown), as of this Tuesday,…

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MADRID, 29 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) – The Australian Government has postponed this Monday and until December 15 the reopening of its borders due to the expansion of the omicron variant of the coronavirus, although these will remain open to Australian citizens. The decision was made after Prime Minister Scott Morrison met with the Cabinet National…

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Related news The surf It is one of those sports that are not as mediatic as football, basketball, tennis or Formula 1, but that has a special appeal with the images that it leaves, as beautiful as they are impressive. In addition, it is a discipline that attracts thousands and thousands of people around the…

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Because in ArgentinaAccording to Indec (2018), out of a total of 13.3 million households, about 4 million live in shantytowns or settlements that lack essential services (drinking water, sewer, natural gas, storm drainage)? Why are several million perpetual tenants? Why are we from the countries with the least mortgage credit, when 100 years ago we…

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