1.- Margarita Robles: “You have to be forceful in immigration, behind there are mafias”

The Minister of Defense considers that in addition to the ‘strategic document’ of the Atlantic Alliance for the next 10 years, NATO must set its sights on the threats to the southern flank

2.- “I saw people die of suffocation. Another was stoned to death. Thank you, Spain, for defending that”

Morocco removes hundreds of migrants from the border with Melilla while trying 32 detainees for violence

3.- The three years of brutal harassment of the illustrator Paula Bonet: “You will be raped until you have your third and last abortion”

The accused harassed her, harassed her and even went to jail after breaking restraining orders. The prosecution asks for three years in prison for coercion and threats in the trial that starts this Friday. “If I come across you, I’m going to strangle you and dismember you,” he threatened.

4.- The 3,000 ‘tongueless’ guards who are punished by Armengol and who were squeezed in the pandemic

Nicolás has been a caretaker for 14 years. He has a mortgage, a modest salary and a daughter to support… but he does not have a Catalan degree and that is why he is on the ‘black list’ of the Balearic Government

5.- The ‘black spots’ of traffic in Madrid for the NATO Summit: the main routes to avoid

The surroundings of Ifema, the Castellana, the Nudo Norte and the entrance through the A-2, among the most complicated areas to get around

6.- Andrés Calamaro: “Madrid is now the Hispanic cultural capital of the world”

After two postponements due to the pandemic, the ‘most Madrilenian Argentine’ returns this Tuesday, 17 years later, to the Wizink Center. He recognizes himself surrendered to ‘his city of him’: “It is an important piece of life; he has completed me culturally and personally”

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