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The new Renault Arkana soon in Europe.

The new Renault Arkana soon in Europe.

The new Renault Arkana, the Hybrid SUV Coupe. Very good news for fans: Renault Arkana is coming to Europe! Renault's athletic and dynamic coupé-style SUV comes to the European market packed with technology, an E-TECH hybrid version and a new R.S. Line trim level with an even more distinctive and dynamic design. Combining fluidity, elegance and robustness, the Renault Arkana challenges the traditional codes of the SUV market in Europe, with a design previously reserved for premium...
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Celebrities boycott Instagram and Facebook.

Celebrities boycott Instagram and Facebook.

Celebrities boycott Instagram and Facebook for spreading ‘hate’. A group of A-list celebrities are “freezing” their Instagram and Facebook accounts in protest at the social media giant failing to stop the spread of “hate, propaganda and misinformation”. Celebrities with hundreds of millions of followers, including the actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, the model Naomi Campbell and the pop star Katy Perry, are among those who will not be using the two social media platforms...
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Films must meet diversity to win at Oscars.

Films must meet diversity to win at Oscars.

Films must meet diversity rules to win best picture at Oscars. Studios told to improve representation on and off screen by 2024. Films will be barred from consideration for the best picture Oscar unless they meet new diversity criteria, organizers have said. Movies must meet at least two of four diversity standards — covering both on-screen and off-screen representation — to be eligible from 2024. The rules, announced overnight by the Academy of Motion Picture...
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California wildfires set a new record.

California wildfires set a new record.

California wildfires set a new record, as more than two million acres are scorched. Fire crews battled numerous blazes across the state Monday as high temperatures and ominous winds meant thousands of people across California were facing expected power shut-offs. With the new fires roaring over the holiday weekend, flames have burned more than 2 million acres in California this year, setting a dismal record. ‘We thought we were going to die’: Survivors tell harrowing...
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Home visits may be curbed to stem rise of pandemic.

Home visits may be curbed to stem rise of pandemic.

Home visits may be curbed to stem rise of pandemic. Curfews can reduce rates, says Hancock. A new plea for people to keep their distance from others will be launched and Boris Johnson could tighten restrictions on meeting other people as soon as tomorrow. Tougher enforcement of social distancing rules is being planned by the government as ministers consider new curbs on socialising. After a spike in corona-virus cases in young people, Matt Hancock, the...
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Miss America’s History-Makers and Rule-Breakers. 

Miss America’s History-Makers and Rule-Breakers. 

Miss America’s History-Makers and Rule-Breakers.  For a century, women have conformed to, and rebelled against, the contest’s strictures. But are beauty pageants finally beyond redemption? To the long-standing annoyance of people involved with the Miss America contest, which bills itself as “first, and foremost, a scholarship program,” the general public often confuses it with Miss U.S.A., which freely admits to being a beauty pageant. As annual tournaments of unmarried, childless women in their late teens and...
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Jamaica, Switzerland and Czech Republic quarantine.

Jamaica, Switzerland and Czech Republic quarantine.

Jamaica, Switzerland and Czech Republic added to quarantine list. The transport secretary warned that UK holidaymakers were “importing” Covid-19 on their return home as he announced new travel restrictions on Jamaica, the Czech Republic and Switzerland. Grant Shapps said that Britons returning from the three countries would be forced to self-isolate for two weeks after a sharp rise in corona-virus cases and that those who failed to follow the rules could be fined up to...
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Harry and Meghan pitch Hollywood idea.

Harry and Meghan pitch Hollywood idea.

Harry and Meghan pitch Hollywood idea. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be carving out a new career in Hollywood. Harry and Meghan have been “quietly shopping an idea for a project around town” for which they would be joint producers, Variety, the film and television trade magazine, reported. However, a source told the publication that the duchess had “absolutely no plans” to return to acting. The couple held meetings with leading networks...
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Harry and Meghan buy house in Santa Barbara.

Harry and Meghan buy house in Santa Barbara.

Harry and Meghan, secretly buy house in Santa Barbara. Harry and Meghan, secretly buy house in Santa Barbara. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have bought a family home in the city of Santa Barbara, California, and are said to have been living there since the beginning of last month. Harry and Meghan moved to Los Angeles in March where they were thought to be lodging at a mansion in Beverley Hills owned by the comedian...
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High Court judge accuses Meghan.

High Court judge accuses Meghan.

High Court judge accuses Meghan of using media in legal battle. The Duchess of Sussex was yesterday accused by a judge of using the media to fight her privacy battle outside of court. Meghan, 39, won the right to keep the identities of her five best friends secret after arguing that publicly naming them was an “unacceptable price to pay” in her battle with The Mail on Sunday. She is suing the publisher of the newspaper...
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Wilford Brimley is dead at eighty five.

Wilford Brimley is dead at eighty five.

Wilford Brimley, ‘Cocoon’ star and Quaker Oats pitchman, is dead at 85. Recognizable by his walrus mustache, the actor specialized in playing cantankerous characters in “Absence of Malice,” “The Natural” and other films. Wilford Brimley, a portly actor with a walrus mustache who found his niche playing cantankerous coots in “Absence of Malice,” “The Natural,” “Cocoon” and other films, died on Saturday in a hospital in St. George, Utah. He was 85. He had been...
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Gloria Steinem ’s aviator glasses.

Gloria Steinem ’s aviator glasses.

Gloria Steinem ’s aviator glasses are the shades of 2020. If you thought the return of maxi skirts, long hair and illegal mass outdoor gatherings was enough Seventies revival for one summer, look away now: Gloria Steinem is trending. The 86-year-old feminist and author has turned fashion icon for fans of the BBC’s Mrs America. Searches for the women’s libber spiked this month, according to Google Trends, and #gloriasteinem has about 50,000 accompanying Instagram posts. However,...
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Prince Andrew and Beatrice wedding photos.

Prince Andrew and Beatrice wedding photos.

 Prince Andrew airbrushed out of Beatrice wedding photos. The princess and her new property developer husband have released two pictures of their hush-hush ceremony — but where are her parents? The newlyweds were beaming and the glittering family heirloom was a showstopper befitting a princess — but the father of the bride was nowhere to be seen. The Duke of York, who is facing pressure over his friendships with the late convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein...
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New drug shows dramatic results.

New drug shows dramatic results.

New drug for corona-virus  shows dramatic results in first trial. A British drug has been found to dramatically reduce the chances of corona-virus patients needing intensive care, according to the preliminary results of a randomized trial. Hospitalized patients who inhaled a protein designed to stimulate the immune system were 79 per cent less likely to deteriorate to the point where they needed ventilation. However, other researchers said that larger trials were needed to be sure...
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Princess Beatrice marry in secret at Windsor.

Princess Beatrice marry in secret at Windsor.

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi marry in secret at Windsor. Queen and Prince Andrew attend private royal wedding. It was a royal wedding like no other. There were no carriages, no crowds and no camera crews, for one simple reason: no one knew it was happening. Princess Beatrice, the elder daughter of the Duke of York, has married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in secret at Windsor. The scaled-down wedding took place this morning in front...
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Kelly Preston dies of breast cancer, aged 57.

Kelly Preston dies of breast cancer, aged 57.

Kelly Preston, actress and wife of John Travolta, dies of breast cancer, aged 57. The actress Kelly Preston has died two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer, her husband John Travolta has announced.The couple had not made Preston’s diagnosis public and Travolta, 66, announced his wife’s death in an Instagram yesterday. “It is with a very heavy heart that I inform you that my beautiful wife Kelly has lost her two-year battle with breast...
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Johnny Depp discovered he had lost £500m.

Johnny Depp discovered he had lost £500m.

Johnny Depp discovered he had lost £500m, before alleged attack on Amber Heard. Johnny Depp described how he discovered that a former business manager had stolen more than £500 million and left him with unpaid taxes shortly before he was accused of attacking his wife on her birthday. The star of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is accused of arriving at Amber Heard’s birthday dinner high on drugs before throwing a bottle of champagne at her...
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The Thread and the Needle history.

The Thread and the Needle history.

The Thread and the Needle. Two elements that accompany our evolution. To face a brief history of the evolution of man on earth in any of its aspects, is an exercise of a documented imagination where we intend to introduce the reader into that world with serious information without departing from the reality that means the timeline in these stories. If for a moment we were to reach that one-meter-long timeline, the First Industrial Revolution that...
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Liverpool finally crowned champions.

Liverpool finally crowned champions.

Liverpool finally crowned champions after 30 years of hurt. Liverpool finally crowned champions, after thirty years of hurt. The Liverpool squad gathered at a hotel in Formby, Merseyside, to watch as Manchester City lost to Chelsea.  Jürgen Klopp was moved to tears last night after Liverpool finally ended three decades of hurt by being crowned champions. Manchester City’s 2-1 defeat by Chelsea ensured a 19th title headed to Anfield, Liverpool’s first since 1990, and confirmed...
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Confirmed, Americans can’t make tea.

Confirmed, Americans can’t make tea.

Confirmed, Americans can’t make tea. A viral video has explained the statement. As a Briton in Washington, you’re never far from a conversation about how the special relationship is fading, a 20th-century relic destined for the scrapheap. Britain and America don’t agree on Iran, people fret. We’re not aligned on China, they sigh. It’s usually overblown, this concern, but a serious incident of late suggests the old transatlantic alliance really might be coming apart at...
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JK Rowling details ‘scars of abuse’.

JK Rowling details ‘scars of abuse’.

JK Rowling details ‘scars of abuse’ in heartfelt riposte to activists. Accused of transphobia, the author responded with an essay revealing her own past traumas. JK Rowling shared intimate details of her private life as a survivor of sexual assault and an abusive marriage yesterday in an essay in which she took on critics who accused her of hating the trans community. The author of the Harry Potter books, who has guarded her privacy closely,...
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Who discovered the first vaccine?

Who discovered the first vaccine?

Who discovered the first vaccine? The English Doctor Thomas Dimsdale was nervous. It was the evening of October 12, 1768, and Dimsdale was preparing the empress of Russia, Catherine the Great, for her procedure. From a technical perspective, what he planned was simple, medically sound, and minimally invasive. It required only two or three small slices into Catherine’s arm. Nevertheless, Dimsdale had good reason for his concern, because into those slices he would grind a few...
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Meghan speaks out on George Floyd killing.

Meghan speaks out on George Floyd killing.

Meghan speaks out on George Floyd killing. The Duchess of Sussex has spoken out about her “absolute devastation” at the racial divisions in the US and the death of George Floyd, telling girls graduating at her old high school: “I’m so sorry you have to grow up in a world where this is still present.” She recalled her own experiences of the Los Angeles race riots in 1992, which she said were “also triggered by...
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Overuse of antibiotics in the pandemic.

Overuse of antibiotics in the pandemic.

Overuse of antibiotics in the pandemic could undermine lifesaving drugs. Doctors desperate to help patients early in the outbreak too often turned to antibiotics. The practice may have spurred resistance to lifesaving drugs. The patients who deluged the emergency room at Detroit Medical Center in March and April exhibited telltale symptoms of the corona-virus: high fevers and infection-riddled lungs that left them gasping for air. With few treatment options, doctors turned to a familiar intervention:...
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Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 5

Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 5

Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 5 V – The great sailboats at the present times. Today technically surpassed the great sailboats are only visible on school ships, museums or in special exhibitions, represented the true conquest of the seas. Suffice it to recall the battle of Trafalgar with Lord Nelson at the helm, the privateers who ravaged the world's seas and many epics, shipwrecks, rescues and discoveries such as drawing maps or studying sea...
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Care homes were not warned.

Care homes were not warned.

Care homes were not warned about rising infection rate. Public health officials failed to tell care home operators about the rate of infection in the sector during March and April even though they knew it was rapidly increasing, it has been claimed.  Data was being collected by Public Health England from early March showing rapid growth in the number of infections of residents in care homes. Care homes ‘not warned about rising infection rate’.More than 250...
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President Trump says about drug, deemed a risk.

President Trump says about drug, deemed a risk.

President Trump says about drug that is deemed a risk and he is taking it. Trump revealed that he has been taking hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug whose effectiveness against the coronavirus is unproven. Hydroxychloroquine can cause arrhythmia, but the White House physician says the “potential benefit from treatment outweighed the relative risks.” Stocks rose after the release of encouraging data on a potential vaccine. Citing “repeated missteps” in its response to the pandemic, President Trump...
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Thérèse Coffey blames scientists.

Thérèse Coffey blames scientists.

Thérèse Coffey blames scientists for government mistakes over coronavirus. We were given wrong advice, says cabinet minister. A cabinet minister has suggested that mistakes made by the government in its early response to the coronavirus crisis were because ministers got the “wrong” advice from scientists. Thérèse Coffey, the work and pensions secretary, was asked if the government was prepared to admit that in “hindsight” it had made mistakes, particularly over the spread of the virus...
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Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 4

Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 4

Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 4 IV - The Vikings. Latin America in particular and Western history in general, I believe they have an eternal debt to Viking culture, because it strongly influenced the whole of Western Europe and part of the Middle East. It is understandable that each people build their history with their own library by exalting virtues and disguising failures, but missing more than a thousand years of history is...
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Andrew McAuley disappears on sea kayak trip.

Andrew McAuley disappears on sea kayak trip.

Andrew McAuley disappears on sea kayak trip. The storm blew relentlessly, transforming the southern ocean into a heaving sea of mercury. An endless procession of waves appeared on one horizon and vanished on the other, their tops blown sideways into a stinging spray by the howling wind. Amidst the tyranny of the ocean, an insignificant red speck struggled to hold its own. Inside the kayak, Andrew McAuley fought his own battle—to stay calm. One night...
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Single French women love the lockdown.

Single French women love the lockdown.

Single French women love the lockdown. They were supposed to be miserable on their own. Instead single French women are thrilled to get a break from the pressure to hook up. When France went into lockdown on March 17 there was much concern for the nation’s single women, and particularly for those accustomed to free and easy Parisian lifestyles. Commentators wondered how they would survive without male company. Psychologists predicted loneliness and depression. Many of...
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Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 3.

Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 3.

Brief History of Maritime Navigation - Chapter 3. The Contribution of Orient and South Pacific. At this point we must clarify that Western cultures were detached from the East, not only because of the enormous distances that separated them, but for religious, cultural and above all economic reasons. Marco Polo linked both only in the 13th century, with the Middle East being the containment dam between the two. Always and to this day, that region...
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Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 2

Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 2

Brief History of Maritime Navigation  – Chapter 2 The first historical reference.  When the Egyptians were able to join several trunks with vines they gave rise to the rafts, which crossed the Nile and even incorporated very primitive bows to improve speed. They sailed downstream driven by the current and went upstream with the help of the oars. Thor Heyerdahl around the mid-20th century reproduced a Viking raft he named Kon Tiki and managed to unite America...
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Colin Firth said Mr. Darcy prejudiced his career.

Colin Firth said Mr. Darcy prejudiced his career.

Colin Firth said Mr. Darcy prejudiced his career. Colin Firth said that the lake scene in the 1995 series affected his future roles The sight of Colin Firth stripped to his underclothes and diving into a lake as Mr Darcy in Pride and Prejudice made him one of the most desirable romantic leads of his generation. While Firth has said that he is grateful for the part in the BBC’s 1995 production, he wishes that...
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Prince Harry misses the Army.

Prince Harry misses the Army.

Prince Harry misses the Army and tells friends his life has been turned upside down. Prince Harry misses the Army and tells friends his life has been turned upside down. After Harry and Meghan announced they were stepping down as senior royals, the Duke was forced to relinquish his military roles. The Duke of Sussex has told friends he “cannot believe” what has happened in recent months and that he misses the Army, The Telegraph has...
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Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 1

Brief History of Maritime Navigation – Chapter 1

Brief History of Maritime Navigation  - Chapter 1 The first historical reference. No matter how extensive this message may be, it will always be limited by the implications that navigation had between different peoples, both socially, culturally and geo-politically, leaving aside everything that the invasions and wars meant. Let's think that a primitive man perhaps saw a log fall in a water course, first observed it and sometime later he climbed onto it or another,...
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The new Apple MacBook Air, 2020..

The new Apple MacBook Air, 2020..

The new Apple MacBook Air, 2020. The new 13-inch Apple laptop doesn't reinvent the form, but at least you can type on it properly. I've never really watched Alton Brown's TV shows. But then the other day I got an alert that the Food Network star had just started a cooking-while-quarantined live-stream on YouTube. A strange impulse came over me to watch it. Maybe it's being holed up inside for too long. The live-stream quality...
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The Psychology behind the quarantine.

The Psychology behind the quarantine.

The Psychology behind that tempting quarantine makeover. Thinking of bleaching your hair or growing a beard? It's not boredom—it's a coping mechanism.  It’s quarantine makeover time. People practicing social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic are itching to change up their looks. The evidence is all over social media: With hair salons shuttered, people have resorted to chopping at long locks with craft scissors or full-on shaving their heads, or dying their hair blue or pink with box dye. Many men, from Jim Carrey to your...
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Ginger and lime zinger cocktail.

Ginger and lime zinger cocktail.

Ginger and lime zinger cocktail. You could use a little syrup from a jar of stem ginger instead of home-made ginger syrup if you have it, but the version made from scratch is easy. Ginger and lime zinger cocktail Recipe. INGREDIENTS 1 cm piece peeled ginger root 1 tbsp caster sugar, or granulated if you don’t have caster Squeeze of lime juice 100 ml cold sparkling wine Slice of lime, to garnish METHOD Grate the...
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LIFESTYLE – Content Access Options.

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Gallery Mode and Text Mode contain the same information and you can change from one to the other at any time. Clicking on the Gallery Mode Block, you’ll be addressed to a display of al the Articles posted, showing there Image, Title, Date and a few lines of Text, ordered — chronologically — from last-to-first criteria.

The Text Mode Block sends you to relevant content of the Category. If you chose one of the Sub-Categories’ Bars, located under the Block, you’ll be able to directly access to them. There, you can see the Themes, within each Subcategory, and select one of them with the same criteria.  Sub-category Bars are identified with an upper squared shape, while Themes, with an upper triangular one.  Articles are grouped by Year / Month / Day and Title, in a last-to-first chronological order.

The Starting Page is a full width display.of each Category and is common to both Modes. In Gallery Mode, you can get it by clicking the Up-Arrow inserted in a colored button, at the Extreme Left under each Main Block of any Theme or Sub-category. In Text Mode, you can do it by clicking on the Double Up-Arrow squared colored button, located at the center of Compact Panel.  In Starting Page, Main Blocks — of Sub-Categories or Themes — you’ll find a squared colored button with an Identifying Letter, of each Category. By Clicking on it, you-ll be addressed to related one in Text Mode.

For jumping from one Category to another, you can do it in both Modes, by clicking on the colored Horizontal Double Arrows, located in the extremes, under the Main Blocks in Gallery Mode or in the center of the Compact Panel, in Text Mode. For returning to Home, click on the Red button, located at the end of every Article and at the bottom of Compact Panel, in Text Mode.