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This newspaper, founded with capital from the Diocese of Cartagena and its parishioners, was born in Murcia, a city involved in religious clashes, promoted by the then Dean of the Cathedral of Murcia, José María Molina, and a group of priests and lay Catholics.
Its editorial staff consisted of the director and three editors. José Mejías (curate of Santa Eulalia), Juan Hernández (parish priest of Puebla de Soto), Juan Bautista Luis Pérez, doctoral candidate and later bishop of Oviedo, among others, were part of its history.
The new newspaper, which openly confessed to being Catholic, had to compete with others already established, such as El Liberal, of anticlerical orientation. It received fierce attacks from them from the very moment it hit the streets. The young people who shouted the name of La Verdad were shouted down and insulted by the shouters of the other Murcian newspapers. Also, in the kiosk of the railroad station they refused to sell it, and the packages sent to the Murcian towns were lost on the way.
Cause for arrest and a lump sum bail of $300 thousand was the determination of the Court in the Rule 6 hearing against Mayra Nevárez Torres, the driver who caused the death of Justin Santos, brother of reggaetonero Arcángel, for driving while intoxicated and against traffic on the Teodoro Moscoso Bridge.
U.S. Attorney W. Stephen Muldrow explains the charges and findings of the investigation against the mayor of Guaynabo, Ángel Pérez Otero, and the executive assistant and director of operations of Trujillo Alto, Ramadés Benítez.
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Those needs include restoring the economy, a functional government with state institutions and effectively combating corruption, says the UN head. He also calls for addressing popular demands for greater welfare, accountability, protection and transparency in order to restore hope for a better future.
Addressing the deterioration of nature is crucial to ensure food security and to protect wildlife. That is why the UN development agency convened grants to support the work of ecotourism-dependent communities around the world that had been affected by the pandemic. The Achuar indigenous community of Ecuador was one of the beneficiaries.
The organization’s director calls for awareness that difficult decisions will have to be made in the run-up to the holidays, and events may have to be cancelled or delayed in some cases. “It is better to cancel now and celebrate later, than to celebrate now and mourn later,” says Tedros.
U.S. President Joe Biden’s promise to create an immigration system that would be at the antipodes of the policies of his predecessor, Donald Trump, will continue to be postponed until further notice.
This Thursday, the White House informed that it will reactivate the application of the controversial “Stay in Mexico” border control program, created during the Trump administration and through which those who want to seek asylum in the United States are forced to remain in Mexico until their application is approved by the immigration authorities.
The reaction of organizations working with migrants was not long in coming. They criticized that this decision, which they describe as “inhumane”, will only increase crime and violence in the border camps.
Formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) program, this policy was strongly questioned by human rights organizations due to the precarious conditions in which migrants had to remain in Mexico.