An Italian priest blames a young woman for causing his rape

A priest from the Italian city of Bologna, Lorenzo Guidotti, has criticized through a post on Facebook, published in early November, a teenager who claimed to have been raped by a North African citizen, reports the radio station Citta del Capo. According to the young woman’s testimony, the man attacked…

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Skepticism in the classroom: I was a bad mathematician

It is not of letters or of sciences – by the way: there is mathematics in science and in letters. There is no comment on texts or mental calculation. But it is more prone to one skill or another, and, as such skills, not only by skills, but by training.

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The city of Munich approves the return to Windows

What started with complaints from the mayor, the casual move from the German headquarters of Microsoft to Munich and the even more casual consultancy report made by a regular partner (Accenture) of the Redmond; culminated yesterday, when the commission of the city council appointed for that purpose (with majority of…

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Rufian: " I feel Catalan, Spanish and European "

The deputy of ERC in the Congress Gabriel Rufián has affirmed today in the program the match of the COPE, that he feels Spanish just as he feels Catalan and European. The recognition has caused a great impact among the presenters of the program, and they have valued it very…

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The risk of cancer increases even with low doses of alcohol [ENG]

Alcohol consumption is a risk factor established for several malignancies, and is a potentially controllable risk factor. The Cancer Prevention Committee of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) believes that a societal position aimed at minimizing excessive exposure to alcohol would have important implications for cancer prevention.

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A group of students tries to blow up the Honoris Causa de Juncker

In this event, which took place in the Auditorium of the Historical Building of the Studio Salmantino, young people have raised their voices and tried to show some T-shirts at the moment in which the European politician was to receive academic recognition from the hands of the Rector of the…

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They steal a violin valued at 35,000 euros in the street

A violin valued at 35,000 euros has been stolen in the middle of the street in Barcelona when its owner, the musician Dani Cubero, has left his job in Nou de la Rambla. When he arrived at Paral·lel Avenue, he was beaten by a person who took away the precious…

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