1.- The greatest obstacle course that raised Rafa Nadal

The 14-time winner of the tournament has faced successive mishaps since losing to Djokovic in the semifinals of this same tournament a year ago.

2.- Manfred Weber: “The European Commission has to get Sánchez a card now to avoid an economic disaster in Spain”

The new leader of the European People’s Party considers that “the greatest risk for European funds is Sánchez, not Draghi and others”

3.- Linares, a symbol of deindustrialization: abandoned warehouses and protests in the city with the most unemployment

The closure in 2011 of Santana Motor, where the legendary Land Rover was manufactured for three decades, marked the decline of a city that the INE points to as the leader in unemployment in Spain

4.- The Romanian gypsy who stood before hell: “He beat me. If I didn’t run away with my daughters, they would have married them when they were 12 years old”

‘Mihaela’ is the first woman who left the Gallinero to not return after denouncing ill-treatment. This is the story of an anonymous pioneer, of some safe minors who are now studying ESO and of an eight-year legal battle to document the daughters

5.- Desperate to escape from China: “I couldn’t stand the extreme policy of restrictions”

More and more Chinese citizens are turning to the market for false documents to obtain a passport and be able to leave the country

6.- Sun creams for 15 or 50 euros, what does the difference in price hide?

The budget invested in advertising and ‘packaging’ can infinitely multiply the cost (and consequently the price) of the products. Here are the keys to what a protector has to wear

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