Popular Netflix movie ‘The Social Dilemma’ slams social media but offers few solutions
The new Netflix documentary-drama “The Social Dilemma” has sparked some social media users to abandon their accounts — but it’s unlikely to put a dent in the tech giants it takes on.
Border control harms the foreign negotiations with the United Kingdom on Gibraltar
The 10 clandestine actions orchestrated by the Fernández Díaz police
The victims of the Interior sewers report the harassment suffered
Tracks and a 'gastro' route to celebrate World Paella Day
More than 20 cities in the world, with the epicenter in Valencia, pay homage to this universal dish that aspires to be recognized by UNESCO as intangible cultural heritage
Outlook on the 20th stage: that's what the day at the Tour de France brings
Here you will find information on the topic of “Outlook for the 20th stage”. Now read "This will bring the day at the Tour de France".
The practical jokes on YouTube and TikTok: a worrying trend that may have consequences
The social network has been filled with pranksters who obtain followers and economic returns at the cost of humiliating their victims, but both the public and lawyers are paying more and more attention to these situations that can border on harassment
Interior endorses the Police so that it can act "immediately" against the occupations
The new instruction unifies the action to prepare reports in cases of raid and usurpation
Neither Madrid nor Barcelona, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the city that consumes the highest salary for rent
Tenants in Barcelona must allocate 26% of their salary to rents and in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria they must dedicate more than 27%.
[Opinion] Opinion | With Núria Gispert we lose a fighter against inequalities
Only by putting ourselves in the other person's shoes can we understand the difficulties we are facing. This is the legacy left to us by the former president of Cáritas Barcelona, who died this Wednesday