Pablo Chiapella suffers a traffic accident that temporarily separates him from the scenarios

The actor Pablo Chiapella , known above all for his comic role of Amador Rivas in La que se avecina , has suffered a traffic accident that will temporarily take him away from the stage.

Although it has not been serious, Chiapella will have to leave for a while still indefinite its leading role in the play One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest , which is performed at the Fernán Gómez Theater in Madrid .

The interpreter himself has told, through a publication on Instagram, what happened to him: “Dear ones, due to a traffic accident that I suffered on Saturday night when returning from the theater , I am forced to get off the stage a few days (still to be defined) “.

“Even so, the asylum does not close, in the remaining functions of One flew over the cuckoo’s nest until my incorporation I will be replaced in my role as McMurphy by Alejandro Tous . Sorry for the inconvenience,” he explains.

Alberto Caballero, creator, producer and screenwriter of the hit comedy Telecinco, also used Instagram to wish Chiapella a quick recovery : “From here I want to send a message of encouragement to Pablo Chiapella and wish him a speedy recovery with the biggest spoiler of the 11th. season”.

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The New York Public Prosecutor’s Office demands Exxon Mobil for deceiving its shareholders with the environmental impact

New York authorities have announced a lawsuit against oil company Exxon Mobil, which they accuse of deceiving their shareholders in relation to the risk that regulations to combat climate change pose for their business.

“The company said it was taking into account the risk of growing climate change regulations in its business decisions, however, as our investigation showed, Exxon often did not do that,” the state attorney general said in a statement. from New York, Barbara Underwood.

According to the lawsuit – the result of an investigation of almost three years – the fraud reached the highest levels of the company and the former CEO and later Secretary of State of the United States , Rex Tillerson, knew “for years” that the information what was being given to investors was not real .

Specifically, the lawsuit says that Exxon informed investors that it was taking into account the possible impact of the new standards with a calculation to estimate the cost of carbon dioxide emissions . According to the authorities, the company often ignored this calculation and used another much more favorable or none at all.

A “significant” impact

The action of the prosecution seeks that the Justice prohibits Exxon continue cheating on their practices, which forces the company to correct published data, to return the money obtained with this alleged fraud and to pay damages .

The demand does not indicate any specific figure, but the authorities have assured that the impact of these practices is “significant in scale and scope” . As an example, the prosecution said in a statement that Exxon would not have applied in several projects in Canada the calculations of which had publicly reported and would establish costs of more than 25,000 million dollars linked to possible emission standards during the life of the Projects.

After knowing the news, the shares of Exxon Mobil, which were already going down today, fell by around 1.40% on the New York Stock Exchange .

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Borussia Dortmund brings colors to Atlético de Madrid

Atlético de Madrid took a review of the Westfalenstadion. The 4-0 conceded against Borussia Dortmund does not jeopardize the classification for the round of 16, and even more after the draw (1-1) between Bruges and Monaco , but leaves terrible feelings. Nothing worked in Simeone’s team: the goalkeeper was not the usual savior, the defense watered, the midfield only gave signs of life at the beginning of the second half and the front was disconnected, with Griezmann at the head.

And that Atletico went to the game without complexes, pressing up Dortmund’s ball out, but the effect lasted only a few minutes. Soon he began to lose midfield, where Simeone had chosen Thomas instead of Rodrigo .

Of Saúl and Lemar there was hardly any news in the first time, beyond the card that the Frenchman saw. With Koke rather discreet, Griezmann did not appear above to turn on the light and the only recurring solution was the long ball to Diego Costa , who again made it clear that he lacks finesse. He shined more in his own area, clearing a dangerous cross center as an experienced center would have done, sweeping the attack front.

Dortmund, who had at least tried Oblak , began to arrive with more danger. First he warned with a shot from Pulisic that went high and went ahead soon after with some luck, as a shot by Witsel from the front stumbled on Saul and misled Oblak.

The closest thing to a chance of danger from the rojiblancos in the first half was a shot by Griezmann, in a forced position, who went to the side of the net. To make matters worse, Zigadou was about to score the 2-0 before the break with a header that went off narrowly.

A light in the second part

The panorama changed radically after the break, when Simeone finally gave entrance to Rodrigo and sat Thomas. Atlético grew instantly and began to play not in the Dortmund field, but in the immediate vicinity of their area. Saúl chained three good chances, one of them spectacular: a left-footed shot to the same cross.

20 minutes from the end, Simeone returned to move the bench and gave entry to Correa by Saul, the greatest danger. Atlético had let their moment slip away, quite the opposite of Dortmund, who put the 2-0 on an Achraf climb. The Moroccan, very offensive, saw this time the arrival of Guerreiro , who scored at pleasure.

The 3-0 also came for his band. With Atletico overturned, he escaped from the midfield and served for Sancho , who had just entered. The English striker, offside, sentenced the match, but was still about to come, with the same protagonists of the second goal: Achraf (three assists goal) and Guerreiro, who rounded the 4-0 with his double.

4 – Borussia Dortmund : Bürki; Piszczek, Diallo, Zagadou, Achraf; Witsel, Delaney (Dahoud, m.35); Pulisic (Jadon Sancho, m.78), Gotze, Larsen (Guerreiro, m.62); and Reus.

0 – Atlético de Madrid : Oblak; Juanfran, Godín, Lucas, Filipe; Koke, Thomas (Rodrigo, m.46), Saul (Correa, m.70), Lemar; Griezmann and Diego Costa.

Goals : 1-0, m. 38: Witsel, with a low shot from outside the area deflected definitively by a rejection in Lucas Hernández. 2-0, m. 73: Guerreiro right footed shot from a long cross by Achraf. 3-0, m. 83: Jadon Sancho, a pass from Achraf. 4-0, m. 89. Guerreiro beats Oblak after a fault by Filipe Luis.

Referee : Anthony Taylor (England). He admonished local Diallo (13) and visitors Thomas (35), Lemar (44) and Diego Costa (87).

Incidents : match for the third day of Group A of the Champions League, played at the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund before some 80,000 spectators.

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How to detect authentic bluefin tuna and avoid the most coveted blue fish fraud

The bluefin tuna ( Thunnus thynnus ) is a coveted and appreciated fish in gastronomy ; surely because many recipes can be made, it can be consumed in canned, grilled, raw …

In addition, we can find a thousand recipes and you can take advantage of almost everything, from the nose to the fin , and there are those who are experimenting with their blood. So bluefin tuna is one of the most consumed blue fish. There are also versions for vegans, such as the Ahimi, an invention made with tomatoes that wants to imitate the texture of tuna.

How is your meat?

It is a fatty fish – almost 12% of its meat is fat – and has a high content of omega 3 that lowers cholesterol levels. Its meat is of great quality; smooth and juicy , proof of the number of kilometers the animal has had to travel from its place of residence to the area chosen for spawning, in our case, the Mediterranean.

Tuna from Almadraba

The tradition of tuna fishing in our coasts has in the Almadraba its greatest exponent. It is about marine labyrinths created by the Phoenicians where the tunas that enter through Gibraltar to the Balearics, Sicily and Cyprus are trapped. There is carried out, between the months of May and June, the so-called “levantá”, a practice that now only takes place in Barbate, Zahara de los Atunes, Conil, Tarifa and Ceuta.

As soon as they catch it, they ‘ronquean’ (process of the cutting of the tuna) and freeze it in a deep-freezing tunnel at 60 degrees below zero. This means that when the tuna is thawed to work, whatever the time of the year, it has exactly the same characteristics and quality as at the time of its capture.

What does Barbate’s bluefin tuna eat?

Barbate’s trap is capturing wild bluefin tuna with traditional and sustainable art , keeping it for several months in net cages for its late commercialization. At that time, the tuna is fattened with a natural diet based on mackerel sardines and herring, mainly.

This natural food depends on the availability of the market and priority is given to the species from the markets of Barbate and surroundings. The species supplied make up a varied diet that covers the nutritional requirements of bluefin tuna . The amount ingested is also variable, since during that period the tunas do not demand a fixed daily amount of food. That is why an ‘ad libtum’ or satiety diet is performed.

The fraud

So that the tuna retains all its characteristics, in Almadraba they freeze it to -60º and keep it at -20º, which causes the texture to remain but the color begins to vary. The red color characteristic of the Almadraba tuna is turning into a more brown tone.

There are those who practice fraud in front of this tuna of the highest quality. Chicken blood, a bath of beet or coloring , are measures taken by some suppliers, deceiving the consumer to simulate the appearance of authentic tuna.

How to detect fraud?

Detecting fraud for consumers is much more difficult than for providers. The first ones can be fixed in the color of bluefin tuna and yellowfin tuna. The tuna injected is deep red, electric. The color of the authentic tuna of the Almadraba is uniform and with a more brown tone than red after freezing.

The suppliers will have to fix on the label where the capture method will appear, the date of capture, the freezing, if it is a previously frozen product and other reference characteristics.

The most important document that guarantees that bluefin tuna has been captured and marketed legally is the Tuna Catch Document (DCA) , which must be available throughout the commercial chain, fishmongers and restaurants.

Recent poisoning by fraudulent bluefin tuna

The Ministry of Health has confirmed in recent months the poisoning in Spain of people and in other European countries for consuming Spanish tuna in poor conditions. In 2017, 154 people were poisoned in Spain.

The Spanish Agency of Consumption, Food Safety and Nutrition (Aecosan) reported that throughout 2017 it has managed 15 alerts for the presence of high concentrations of histamine in tuna.

The fraudulent use of vegetable substances that color the tuna red to make it look fresher is also related to the presence of histamine in high quantities, a substance that is already found in fish in which bacteria have grown due to poor conservation. .

Recipes with bluefin tuna

We already said that bluefin tuna admits many preparations . Traditionally they have cooked their onions onions , with tomato or, in the north, in the renowned Marmitako. With the rise of Japanese cuisine, there are more and more establishments that prepare it in tartare, sashimi or tataki.

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Miriam Rodríguez and Pablo López conquer the networks with their song ‘No!’

Image result for Miriam Rodríguez and Pablo LópezJust one year and one day ago, the young Galician Miriam Rodríguez entered the Operación Triunfo 2017 academy as another contestant. Today, without ever having been one of the great favorites during most of the program, the artist already triumphs with a promising start to her career.

First fulfilled a dream to have the opportunity to compose and perform a song for his series favortia, Vis a Vis . The subject There is something in me already accumulates more than 10 million views.

Now, this same Wednesday, Miriam opens single with Pablo López , one of the most successful Spanish artists of recent years. The theme, entitled No! , has already conquered networks, where fans are leaving their impressions, most positive, with the hashtag #NoMiriamyPablo .

Many praise the strength and tear of both, both in the voice and in the interpretation, but there are also numerous applauses for the video , a striking visual work directed by Gus Carballo and recorded in the beautiful library of the Ateneo de Madrid. And, of course, there are many who applaud how Miriam has achieved so many successes in such a short time.

“Working with Pablo López and sharing the passion for music with him makes me feel fortunate and happy to dedicate myself to this, his involvement and dedication with me was total […] The feeling is to know each other . I love him, “said Miriam.

“A good friend who knows our madness to talk singing joined us one afternoon, and the afternoon became Siempre, Rodríguez is music and rage, Inevitably companion”, said Pablo about Galician.

Miriam Rodríguez and Pablo López will perform No! live on Wednesday at the 5th gala of Operación Triunfo 2018.

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Map of the Madrid center APR that will not be accessible to private vehicles

Map of the Madrid center APR that will not be accessible to private vehicles

The access with own non-resident vehicle to the Madrid area that includes from Plaza de España, Bailén and Gran Vía, to Puerta de Toledo, Atocha and Colón will be prohibited, as established by the great center APR that has launched the Municipal government. In this way, as of November in the central district of Madrid only users who live in the area and public transport will be able to circulate.

The large residential priority area (APR) is a municipal strategic plan that aims to reduce the presence of private vehicles to give greater prominence to pedestrians, bicycles and public transport and improve air quality.

The limits of this huge area will be defined by the roundabouts and the grand boulevards. The delimitation will be made by the streets Alberto Aguilera, Carranza, Sagasta, Genoa, Paseo de Recoletos, Paseo del Prado, Ronda de Atocha, Ronda de Valencia, Ronda de Toledo, Gran Vía de San Francisco, Bailén, Plaza de España, Princesa and Serrano Jover

The City Council of Madrid presented on Monday the main lines of Madrid Central , the large Residential Priority Area (APR) of the Center , which aims to reduce by 40% the emissions of nitrogen dioxide and eliminate 20% of passing traffic. The objective of the implementation of Central Madrid is to give priority to residents and promote pedestrian and cyclist mobility and public transport . It is the number one measure of Plan A for Air Quality and Climate Change to reduce pollution and protect public health.

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Works on Gran Vía

Last March, the transformation of Madrid’s Gran Vía began in an artery with more space for pedestrians and less for private vehicles. important actions, explain from the Urban Development Area Sustains.

The works are being undertaken in sections, will cost 5.7 million euros and will be completed before next Christmas. Thus, the works will start at the extremes -Plaza de España and Cibeles- and will be divided into three sections: Alcalá-Red de San Luis, Red de San Luis-Callao and Callao-Plaza de España.

This action will mean that the private vehicle will have four lanes, two in each direction, introducing cyclist mobility in them, which is why the Town Hall “does not talk about pedestrianization, but about extending pavements and reducing lanes”.

Specifically, in the section of the Gran Vía between Plaza de Cibeles and Callao , the bicycle will coexist with the rest of the vehicles in two cycle lanes 30 (one for each direction), leaving the other two lanes for buses and taxis.

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Change of time 2018: does Spain benefit from maintaining daylight saving time all year?

Puerta del SolAfter more than 40 years turning the hands of the clock, the arrival of summer and winter could stop having a time effect in the EU. The community executive has not turned a deaf ear to the citizens and will promote the abolition of the time change. What effects will it have on the citizen, on the economy and when will the decision be made?

What has been approved exactly?

Nothing for the moment. What on Friday said Jean Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, is that 84% of the 4.6 million Europeans who opined in the public consultation promoted by Brussels believe that seasonal advances and delays should be suppressed. So, echoing them – in fact, barely 1% of the community population – the Luxembourg leader announced that they will promote the elimination of the biannual schedule change .

Because, how is the time change now carried out?

For years, the EU has forced its member states to make two annual changes to the clock. One hour advances on the last Sunday of March and that hour is delayed on the last Sunday of October. A change that in Spain is made since the 70s. Thus, with the arrival of winter, you gain an hour of light at the beginning of the day and that in theory favors energy savings. Less artificial light in the morning. But it is not something extended to the entire planet : 60% of the countries do not change the clock.

What explanation does the change have?

Four decades ago, in full crack of oil, it was believed that playing with the schedule would save on energy bills to citizens, businesses and governments. But several studies were showing that these very beneficial benefits were very scarce and did not compensate for the time disruption that it caused to the human being. “The end of the time change will benefit the health, working life and leisure of citizens … and will serve as a lever for other social changes that will benefit people’s lives”, explains Ángel Largo, the general coordinator of the Association for Rationalization of Spanish Timetables (ARHOE) .

Do all countries want to maintain summer time?

That is another subject. Brussels wants the abolition of the time change to be mandatory for all. “Let’s give the opportunity to the European Parliament to see if it finds a common denominator between countries with different geographical situations, surely the Lapps and the Portuguese do not see it the same, ” Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said on Friday . Her ministerial colleague, spokeswoman Isabel Celáa, added that Spain was “quite in agreement” with not changing the time because it did not offer many advantages. Nordic countries such as Finland or Estonia also want to end with the two biannual changes.

Would it benefit the Spanish economy?

It depends. The IDAE (dependent on Industry) says that the potential for savings in lighting in Spain for the time change is 300 million euros for industry and families. That saving would be lost, but the economy would win on the other hand. Since the Spanish time would be two years ahead of the Greenwich meridian -in the six months of winter it is only an hour-, the country would have more sun at the end of the day. And that would favor tourism, a sector that contributes 11% of GDP to Spain and that has boosted the Spanish economy in its recovery years. In fact, the Balearic Islands and the Valencian Community, two regions of tourist importance, have already made institutional declarations long ago in favor of fixing the summer schedule throughout the year.

And to the citizens?

It also depends. It is true that Spaniards will avoid the “adaptive disorder” that causes negative effects on health and even an increase in traffic accidents – 93% of Spaniards voted in favor of abolishing the time change , ten points more than the European average -; but according to the IDAE 90 million potential savings in the energy bill of citizens would be lost: about six euros per household.

But this … does it have to do with the time zone?

They are two different debates. The one of the hour change extends to all the UE because all the countries change together of hour from 1996. The one of the spindle, however, is only Spanish and has to do with the geographic length. In the EU there are three spindles: western (eg Portugal and the United Kingdom), central (Spain or Germany) the eastern (Greece). The Greenwich meridian cuts Spain, so it should have the same time as British and Portuguese. But it’s not like that. Spain is one hour ahead of them for 80 years – the Franco regime had an influence on this decision – and shares a watch with much more oriental countries such as Germany and Poland.

And how does Spain have a spindle that does not correspond to it?

“It’s nonsense,” they value from En Marea. The Galician formation remembers that its region is the most damaged by this strange spindle. Every summer the Galicians have light until well into the night, something that does not happen in Catalonia that is located a whole time zone more to the east. If the proposal of the Commission goes ahead and Spain maintains the summer schedule throughout the year, Galicians will still have a night sun in summer … but in winter it would still be at night at ten in the morning. “The establishment of the schedule in each State will always be a national competition,” they recall from Brussels.

And why do not we go back to the old spindle?

It is the idea for years and the initiative that ARHOE has been advocating for years, but no government has dared to take the step, perhaps, because delaying one hour the clock would impact the tourism sector (foreign visitors prefer one hour more beach that an early sunny sunrise). The government of Rajoy included it in its government program but the idea ended up being parked despite the fact that the former minister of economy Luis de Guindos emphasized that the project “would not stay in the drawer”. In the drawer he stayed. Borrell insinuated on Friday that the time has come for Spain to have “a time zone” according to its geographical position.

Which are the next steps?

Brussels says that whatever the decision, the changes will be coordinated and there will be a common change in all countries. The European Commission will issue a legislative proposal foreseeably after the European elections next year. Then it will be debated and voted for by the Members of the European Parliament and, finally, it will be the European Council – that is, the heads of states – that will sign the agreement that will put an end to the schedule changes. “It will be one of the topics that will be discussed in the European election campaign,” they predict from Brussels.

Is the European Commission correct in proposing to abolish the time change?

Yes, it is a decision supported by citizens and changing the time does not benefit the energy saving 85.62% (19787 votes) No, the winter and summer schedules should be maintained despite the result of the survey. 9.47% (2189 votes) I do not care if it changes, it’s not an important decision. 4.91% (1135 votes) Total votes: 23111 see survey

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