World

Malta, the first EU country to welcome recreational marijuana

The legalization of marijuana was approved in the country, however, drug trafficking is still illegal in the country. Malta legalized the cultivation of limited amounts of cannabis for recreational purposes for individuals, which is a first in the European Union. Several countries in the bloc have already decriminalized the use and possession of cannabis for private consumption in the last 20…
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Entertainment

This revealed the first trailer for "Halo," the series based on the Xbox franchise.

“Halo” will be available for all of Latin America in 2022. Photo: Courtesy During the livestream of the 8th Annual Game Awards, Paramount + revealed the first trailer for “Halo,” the highly anticipated upcoming original series from the platform based on the iconic Xbox franchise. “Halo” will be available for all of Latin America in 2022. “Halo” will take…
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Entertainment

Colombian Bayron C opened concert for Myke Towers

Bayron C wants to be an exponent of the urban genre and is already beginning to project himself as one of the highly successful figures in the coming years. Photo: Courtesy Bayron Cano, better known as Bayron C at 18 years of age, promises to be the nascent exponent of…
Economy

They put style and an affordable cost to visual health

Alberto José Fernández and Julio César Bernal are the creators of Be glasses, an enterprise focused on visual health. Photo: Courtesy of Be glasses “Currently we have a foundation through which we serve vulnerable populations that do not have access to visual health services and we donate glasses to those who need them. This has an incalculable impact on the lives of these people and…
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Health & Fitness

Famine grew in 2020 in Africa

In 2020, 281.6 million people in the Africa region were living with malnutrition, an increase of 89.1 million from 2014. Photo: Pixnio The famine in Africa has only grown since 2013. This is indicated by a report presented by the Commission of the African Union, the Food…
Health & Fitness

First study on the efficacy of omicron vaccines reveals encouraging data

The study focused on Pfizer’s two-dose vaccines. Faced with hospitalization or risk of death, the efficacy would go from 93% with delta to 70% with omicron. Photo: AFP Agency The vaccine from the US laboratory Pfizer is globally less effective against omicron but protects 70% in severe cases, according to a study presented on Tuesday and carried out in South Africa, where the new variant…
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