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Extremadura notifica 82 nuevos casos positivos de Covid-19

   La comunidad Extremadura ha registrado este miércoles 82 casos positivos confirmados de Covid-19 por PCR.
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Vladimir Putin says mass COVID-19 vaccinations will begin next week
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Wednesday that mass COVID-19 vaccinations will begin in the country next week. “Let’s agree on this — you will not report to me next week, but you will start mass vaccination … let’s get to work already,” Putin told Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova. Putin’s announcement comes hours after the...
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Anti-gay Hungarian politician resigns after Brussels police bust 25-man orgy for violating coronavirus rules
An anti-LGBTQ politician from Hungary resigned from the European Parliament on Sunday after he was caught fleeing from what was described as a 25-man orgy in Brussels busted by police for breaching Belgium’s coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
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Boater rescued 86 miles offshore: "I thought, 'This is it'"
Stuart Bee clung on top of his capsized boat for more than two days before he was rescued.
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Man shoves female NYPD traffic agent in Manhattan
A man shoved a female NYPD traffic agent to the ground in Manhattan early Wednesday, cops said.
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Italy to start coronavirus vaccinations in January; gunmen take over Brazilian city in bank heist
Italy plans to roll out Pfizer's COVID vaccine for widespread use in the country starting in January. Also, dozens of gunmen in Brazil effectively took an entire city hostage overnight in a brazen bank robbery, and the U.N. announced it's signed a deal with Ethiopia to allow unimpeded humanitarian access to parts of the embattled Tigray region. CBS News foreign correspondent Chris Livesay joined "CBSN AM" with today's headlines from around the world.
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‘Bridesmaids’ Gone Bad: Melissa McCarthy Recalls Hitting a Male Strip Club with Her Co-Stars
Nothing bonds people together quite like a Matrix-themed strip club performance.
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Biden administration pick Neera Tanden outed sexual harassment victim at liberal think tank: report
President-elect Joe Biden's pick to lead the White House Office of Management and Budget, Neera Tanden — like his other expected nominees — is likely to see a contentious confirmation hearing, but she is no stranger to controversy after reportedly revealing the name of an alleged sexual harassment victim during a staff meeting at her nonprofit organization.
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Walmart scraps $35 shipping minimum for new subscription service
Walmart is scrapping the online order minimum for its new subscription service as the holiday season gets into full swing. Walmart+ members will be able to have any order from Walmart’s website shipped to their homes for free in one or two days no matter the price starting Friday, the nation’s biggest retailer said Wednesday....
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Are we at risk of a Christmas government shutdown?
Also, will Congress get coronavirus relief together? It still has to pass a defense bill.
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F1 CEO Chase Carey reflects on season impacted by coronavirus and lack of diversity in the sport
Outgoing F1 CEO Chase Carey spoke to CNN about how the season had been impacted by the coronavirus. Carey also discussed issues surrounding inclusivity and diversity in the sport that world champion Lewis Hamilton has been particularly vocal about.
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Pro soccer player Joe Willock wrecks Mercedes SUV on way to practice
Arsenal star Joe Willock was caught on camera wrecking his Mercedes-Benz SUV on the way to practice. The 21-year-old lost control in a curve.
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'Selena: The Series' sings nostalgia... slowly
In 1990, ABC tried (and failed) with a short-lived series devoted to Elvis Presley's early life. Three decades later, and a quarter-century after Selena's death, Netflix does the same with "Selena: The Series," which should stir curiosity among her fans but which proves so light on substance as to make watching the initial nine-episode run a slog with few high notes.
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Keke Palmer shares polycystic ovarian syndrome, acne struggles
Keke Palmer has been diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome and now is opening up about the struggles that come with it. Sharing an unfiltered photo of her facial acne, 27-year-old Palmer revealed that she never knew her PCOS was the cause of it all along. “Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome has been attacking me from the...
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Robert Griffin III gets another shot amid Ravens COVID-19 chaos
Lost amid the ever-evolving circus surrounding the Ravens’ COVID-19 outbreak is the fact that the team desperately needs a win to keep up in the playoff race – and they will need a familiar face to get them that win. With star QB Lamar Jackson being one of the nearly two dozen Ravens players on...
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Broncos activate 3 QBs following COVID-19 rules violations
Quarterbacks Drew Lock, Brett Rypien and Blake Bortles will be allowed to rejoin their teammates at practice Wednesday after the Denver Broncos activated them from the reserve/COVID-19 list on Tuesday.
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Model, photographer arrested after pyramid shoot in Egypt
A tut-tut shoot landed an Egyptian dancer and her photographer in hot water. Salma al-Shimi, who has thousands of followers on Instagram, last week posted images of herself in ancient Egyptian garb with pharaoh-like accessories near the 4,700-year-old Step Pyramid of Djoser, according to the Guardian. “A photographer has been arrested after a private shoot...
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Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor," filming during a pandemic
Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston joins "CBS This Morning" live to discuss his role in the new Showtime limited series, "Your Honor." Cranston shares how he prepared for the role and what kind of parts he is drawn to. He'll also discuss his COVID-19 diagnosis earlier this year and how he still has yet to fully recover his sense of taste and smell.
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Covid-19 documentary ‘76 Days’ is gripping, compassionate
Set in Wuhan, China, during the early days of the pandemic, the film paints a portrait of courage and empathy.
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Queen Mother’s Family Hits Back at ‘The Crown’ Allegation That Royals Ignored Cousins Sent to an Asylum
Des Willie / NetflixA cousin of Princess Margaret has denied that two of the queen’s cousins, Nerissa and Katherine Bowes-Lyon, who were born with severe developmental and learning disabilities and committed to an institution when young, were “abandoned and forgotten” as portrayed in the Netflix series The Crown.However ,David Bowes-Lyon, 73, was unable to explain why, in 1963, the family’s entry in Burke’s Peerage, a guide to the British aristocracy, declared that both women were dead. Bowes-Lyon, the Telegraph reports, “said he believed it was simply a mistake.”The inconvenient issue of the false entry in Burke’s has previously caused problems for the family. A niece of the sisters, Lady Elizabeth Anson, speaking after a 2011 documentary about the women, The Queen’s Hidden Cousins, on which significant sections of The Crown’s narrative appear to be based, said that their mother Fenella didn’t mean to report her daughters as dead. Anson said Fenella was “a very vague person” who hadn’t filled out Burke’s Peerage documentation “properly or completely.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Michael Flynn's Call for 'Martial Law' Comes Amid Violent Threats Over Trump Election Defeat
After his recent pardon by President Donald Trump, the retired general tweeted the inflammatory appeal on Twitter: "Freedom never kneels except for God."
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'The Undoing' star Matilda De Angelis gushes about kissing Nicole Kidman, filming nude scenes: 'I loved it'
'The Undoing' star Matilda De Angelis discusses kissing co-star Nicole Kidman on camera.
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Kathie Lee Gifford shares the Bible verse that helped comfort Ethel Kennedy following son Michael's death
Kathie Lee Gifford revealed that she consoled Ethel Kennedy following the death of her son Michael after he died in 1997. 
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QAnon Supporters Sharing Fake News That Barack Obama Was 'Arrested for Espionage'
Conspiracy theorists are sharing the story, which is based on a plagiarized report of Alexander Yuk Ching Ma's arrest.
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Experts call for frontline health workers, seniors in care facilities to have first vaccine access
With only about 40 million COVID-19 vaccine doses available, a CDC advisory panel suggested priority be given to seniors in long-term care and frontline health care workers while officials also work to update quarantine protocols. David Begnaud reports.
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Stein Mart is being relaunched online
Stein Mart, the bankrupt discount department store, is being given a second life by the same company that recently purchased Pier 1 Imports.
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Rodgers' 50th TD pass vs. Bears puts him in exclusive group
Aaron Rodgers picked apart Chicago’s defense once again last week, throwing four TD passes to give him 51 for his career against the Bears.
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jimmy Fallon spoofs Taylor Swift's 'Folklore' in a parody documentary
Jimmy Fallon made his own version of Taylor Swift's "Folklore" documentary called "Fallonlore."
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Gunman on motorcycle opens fire on Bronx street, strikes car: video
A gunman on a motorcycle or dirt bike opened fire on a Bronx street last week — sending bullets flying through a car, new video released by police shows. Video released late Tuesday shows the shooter riding east on East 172nd Street around 12:30 a.m. Nov. 24, before firing off several shots at the intersection...
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Millions Face Bitter Winter If Congress Fails To Extend Relief Programs
A bipartisan group of Senators is proposing a nearly $908 billion compromise relief bill with millions of Americans about to fall off a cliff when benefits expire this month.
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How Britain Rolled Out the U.S. COVID Vaccine Before the U.S.
Reuters/Henry NichollsEarly on Tuesday morning, Food and Drugs Administration commissioner Stephen Hahn was summoned to the White House. The meeting, fueled by concerns that Britain was going to approve a coronavirus vaccine before the United States, saw Chief of Staff Mark Meadows ask Hahn exactly what the hold-up was. On Wednesday, Meadows’ fears were realized.Britain has become the first Western country to approve a coronavirus vaccine, leaping ahead of the U.S. and the rest of Europe. British regulators authorized the immediate roll-out of a vaccine made by U.S. pharma giant Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech, with the first immunizations expected to take place within days. Meanwhile, FDA regulators aren’t even expected to meet to discuss the vaccine until next week, and Britain’s big call has now piled even more pressure on them.Britain has managed to rush ahead for two main reasons: Firstly, unlike in America, British regulators are said to rely heavily on trial analysis provided to them by pharmaceutical companies—in this case, Pfizer. The head of the British regulator, Dr June Raine, explained Wednesday that the amount of information provided to them by Pfizer since the summer has allowed them to carry out “rolling” analysis for months—and then issue rapid approval when final results came through.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Cops shouldn't be first at scene in mental health crises. NYC pilot program needed nationwide
Mental health professionals will respond to calls, helping city to end criminalization of mental illness, misuse of cops.        
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Female soccer player threatened after protesting Maradona tribute
MADRID — A soccer player from a women’s lower-division team in Spain has received threats after protesting against Diego Maradona. Paula Dapena, who plays for club Viajes Interrías, sat on the ground with her back to the sideline during a minute of silence for Maradona before a friendly match on Saturday. Dapena said she didn’t...
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Elon Musk warns employees Tesla's stock could 'get crushed like a soufflé under a sledgehammer'
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is telling his employees they need to cut costs or they can kiss its lofty stock price goodbye.
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Pharrell Williams' multi-million dollar quest to uplift Black and Hispanic entrepreneurs endorsed by FAMU
Most people know Pharrell Williams as the immensely successful singer- songwriter ("Happy"), producer and philanthropist. But he has bigger goals.        
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Network newscasts skip Barr appointing John Durham as special counsel to investigate origins of Russia probe
Evening newscasts on ABC, NBC and CBS omitted that Attorney General Bill Barr appointed U.S. Attorney John Durham as special counsel to continue investigating the origins of the Russia probe in the next administration.
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TikTok's top videos of 2020
Nathan Apodaca's viral Fleetwood Mac skateboarding clip among TikTok's top videos of 2020. (Dec. 2)       
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U.N. Secretary-General says U.S. rejoining Paris agreement is "critical to rescuing the planet"
Five years after the Paris climate agreement, the United Nations Secretary-General tells Tony Dokoupil the planet is moving toward "suicide."
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Popovich knows filling US Olympic roster may be a challenge
Game 7 of the 2021 NBA Finals, as of now, would be played on July 22.
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Cold air for Southeast, heavy rain and snow over southern plains
The storm that brought rain, wind and snow across the Northeast is weakening and moving away from the region. Light snow will wind down over the Great Lakes.
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Where does Iran's nuclear weapons program stand now?
As the dust settles following the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh last Friday, the international community is once again forced to confront the troubling question of where does Iran currently stand when it comes to nuclear ambitions.
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Britney Spears cozies up to Sam Asghari for 39th birthday
Britney Spears is feeling the love on her 39th birthday.
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Police reform bill that limits no-knock warrants, bans chokeholds approved in Massachusetts
Massachusetts lawmakers approved a bill that would create a civilian-led police accountability commission, limit no-knock warrants and ban chokeholds.       
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Lab-grown chicken meat to go on sale in Singapore
An American startup will begin selling lab-grown chicken in Singapore after winning what it calls the world’s first government approval for “cultured” meat. San Francisco-based Eat Just uses chicken muscle cells to produce the sustainable and healthy alternative to meat from slaughtered birds. The company says it will bring its chicken nuggets to market in...
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Pat Patterson, Creative Genius Behind WWE Booking, Dead at 79
The Canadian-born wrestler was a key ally of WWE's supremo Vince McMahon and the referee for the first Wrestlemania main event.
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Sen. Cotton says Neera Tanden has no chance of being confirmed, tells Biden 'go back to the drawing board'
Neera Tanden has “no chance of being confirmed,” Sen. Tom Cotton said on Wednesday.
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Elliot Page shares transgender identity
Elliot Page, the Oscar-nominated star of movies like "Juno" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past," shared with fans that they are transgender and identify as non-binary.
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'Fortnite' Visit Razor Crest and Complete a Bounty Location Week 1 Guide
"Fortnite" Season 5 has arrived with a whole slew of quests to complete. Trying to find Razor Crest and complete some Bounties? We've got you covered.
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‘The Voice’ Fans Outraged After Eight (!) Contestants Leave in One Night
Savage.
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