Sentence to “The Barbie” to 49 years of prison

Valdez-Villareal (aka La Barbie) imported tons of cocaine into the United States. while mercilessly advancing towards the highest positions of one of the most powerful cartels in Mexico, leaving behind countless lives destroyed by violence, “said US Attorney Byung J.” BJay “Pak. federal prison for almost the rest of his…

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Killed in Lanzarote by a drugged driver who runs away

The Civil Guard has arrested in Lanzarote a driver accused of having run over and killed a 45-year-old man in Teguise while driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs and having fled. The driver was arrested on charges of reckless homicide and road safety, given that he tested positive…

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How the war on drugs was lost (and what Spain did well)

The academic journal ‘Criminology & Public Policy’ has just published a study that will have to talk. It is a small revision of the last half century of war against drugs from a crucial moment in American history, in which, under the presidency of the Democrat Lyndon Johnson, a group…

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Spain, at the head of the EU in cocaine and cannabis use

Some 2.3 million young Europeans between 15 and 34 years old (1.9% of the total) have tried cocaine in the last year. Spain is the fourth country in the EU with the highest consumption of cocaine in this age group (3%). Only the United Kingdom (with a prevalence of 4%),…

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This is a country in ruins for the recipes of the IMF

Georgios Katrougalos (Deputy Chancellor and Minister of Labor between 2015 and 2017) said that the parities were abolished. Greece, like Argentina, agreed on the minimum wage at a tripartite roundtable between the government, trade unions and employers. Since the IMF arrived, the line is down the Executive. Salaries lost 30%…

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This is a country in ruins for the recipes of the IMF

Georgios Katrougalos (Deputy Chancellor and Minister of Labor between 2015 and 2017) said that the parities were abolished. Greece, like Argentina, agreed on the minimum wage at a tripartite roundtable between the government, trade unions and employers. Since the IMF arrived, the line is down the Executive. Salaries lost 30%…

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Nurses against pharmacists: professional war for home delivery

Spanish pharmacists want to enter the homes of the most vulnerable patients to order medications, remove expired boxes, supply new doses or take the tension. They are some of the services at home that are posing to the public administrations.- “It is a disguised privatization of public health, there are…

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The narcolanchas invade the Strait, by Lorenzo Silva

Every night, a group of civilian policemen wage a battle against the narco in the Strait. The writer Lorenzo Silva climbs into a patrol boat to tell us what is going on in the crack of the world, the scene of his new novel ‘Far from the heart’. “This is…

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