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La Inteligencia Artificial se abre camino en la UE en medio de varios dilemas

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ISRO performs 2nd lunar-bound orbit manoeuvre for Chandrayaan-2

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Chandrayaan-2 moved into an elliptical orbit that, at its nearest point from the Moon, was 118 km from the lunar surface, and 4,412 km at its farthest.

CHANDRAYAAN-2, which entered a lunar orbit on Tuesday, moved into a lower orbit around the Moon on Wednesday. In an orbit-lowering manoeuvre that lasted for over 20 minutes on Wednesday, Chandrayaan-2 moved into an elliptical orbit that, at its nearest point from the Moon, was 118 km from the lunar surface, and 4,412 km at its farthest.

When it had entered the lunar orbit on Tuesday, Chandrayaan-2 had placed itself in an orbit that was 114 km from the Moon at its nearest and 18,072 km at its farthest.

Explained | Milestone for ISRO’s Chandrayaan-2, Moon in sight

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said the spacecraft was functioning normally.

Chandrayaan-2 is India’s first attempt to land a spacecraft on the Moon. The lander and rover components of Chandrayaan-2, named Vikram and Pragyaan, respectively, are scheduled to make a soft landing in the early hours of September 7. But before that, Chandrayaan-2 composite module has to move much closer to the Moon, in a near-circular orbit of 100 km x 100 km. For this, it would have to carry out three more orbit -lowering manoeuvres.

US stocks rise despite another yield inversion

Wall Street on Aug 21 Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks resumed their upward climb on Wednesday (Aug 21), finishing solidly higher after solid retailer earnings and following Federal Reserve minutes that included no bombshells on monetary policy.

The gains came despite a brief inversion near the end of the session of yields on the two- and 10-year Treasury notes, a harbinger of past recessions and a trigger for a major selloff earlier this month.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 240.29 points (0.93 per cent) to finish the day at 26,202.73, not moving significantly after the yield curve inversion.

The broad-based S&P 500 gained 23.92 points (0.82 per cent) to close at 2,924.43, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index won 71.65 points (0.90 per cent) to end at 8,020.21.

Big box chains Target and Lowe’s reported higher profits on strong gains in comparable store sales, offering the latest confirmation that US consumers remain strong despite weakness in manufacturing and key overseas markets.

Target surged 20.4 per cent, while Lowe’s gained 10.4 per cent.

Minutes from the Fed’s Jul 31 meeting said the US central bank will remain flexible and interest rates will not be on a “preset course” in the face of persistent risks from trade uncertainty and weak global growth.

On Jul 31, policymakers cut the key interest rate for the first time in more than a decade, a move characterised in the minutes as “part of a recalibration … or mid-cycle adjustment.”

The minutes “didn’t dissuade investors from the concept that the Fed might be lined up to cut rates again at some point this year,” said Art Hogan chief market strategist at National Securities.

Among other stocks, Tesla fell 2.2 per cent after the company was sued by Walmart over fires from solar panels. Walmart was flat.

El fútbol para empoderar a las mujeres marroquíes

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Las nuevas generaciones de mujeres del mundo rural en Marruecos se suman al deporte rey como lo han hecho ya en las principales ciudades del país, donde los clubes femeninos nacieron a partir de los años 2000. Pero la mujer tiene aún un largo camino que recorrer para alcanzar la igualdad de género en esta práctica deportiva.

Reportaje de nuestra corresponsal en Marruecos, Beatriz Mesa.

Amina Benamar es la primera mujer de su región Drâa-Tafilalet que integró un equipo de fútbol femenino. Tiene 18 años y desde que es una niña escucha la matraca diaria de que el deporte es sólo para hombres.

Este paradigma ha empezado a cambiar con la movilización de chicas jóvenes del mundo rural entusiasmadas por el deporte rey, al que accedían tímidamente a través de una pantalla de televisor.

“Sí, al principio las mujeres no practicaban el deporte en estos pueblos o zonas rurales, sólo se practicaba durante las sesiones en la escuela. Por ello hemos decidido cambiar este paradigma y motivar a jóvenes como yo a considerarlo una actividad cotidiana y también obligatoria”, dice Amina.

Jóvenes como Amina pasaron de cruzar la primera línea roja del café concurrido por marroquíes para ver en televisión los partidos de fútbol, a reclamar nuevos espacios mediante el deporte como una herramienta de empoderamiento para las mujeres.

“Ha sido difícil al principio al considerar este deporte un juego de hombres, pero con nuestros esfuerzos y nuestra ambición hemos empezado a salir a las calles, a jugar al fútbol en lugares aislados, después en los campos de fútbol y así poco a poco las chicas se han ido entusiasmando”, cuenta la joven.

Tanto es así que un equipo de fútbol femenino profesional y con estatus propio del Ministerio de Deportes ha empezado a incubarse este año en su localidad, con el impulso del profesor Khaloufi.

La mayoría de sus alumnos son chicos y él es el impulsor de la emancipación de la mujer a través del fútbol. “Queremos conseguir una integración total de la mujer en la vida pública y en la vida económica”, enfatiza el profesor.

Los temas de género ya constituyen el desafío del presente y del futuro en el mundo rural marroquí.

Sudan's new ruling body to be sworn in

KHARTOUM; Sudan prepared to take two further steps in its transition towards civilian rule Wednesday (Aug 21) with the swearing in of a new sovereign council and the appointment of a prime minister.

The body replaces the Transitional Military Council (TMC) that took charge after months of deadly street protests brought down longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir in April.

The first steps of the transition after the mass celebrations that marked the Aug 17 adoption of a transitional constitution proved difficult however.

The names of the joint civilian-military sovereign council’s 11 members were eventually announced late Tuesday after differences within the opposition camp held up the process for two days.

General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, who already headed the TMC, is due to be sworn in as the chairman of the new sovereign council at 11:00am (0900 GMT).

He will be Sudan’s head of state for the first 21 months of the 39-month transition period, until a civilian takes over for the remainder.

The council’s 10 other members are expected to be sworn in two hours later and Abdalla Hamdok, who was chosen by the opposition last week to be prime minister, is also due to take office on Wednesday.

The sovereign council includes two women, including a member of Sudan’s Christian minority, and it will oversee the formation of a government and a legislative body.

END OF ISOLATION?

The transition’s key documents were signed on Saturday at a ceremony attended by a host of foreign dignitaries, signalling that Sudan could be on its way to shedding its pariah status.

Sudan’s new rulers are expected to push for the lifting of the suspension from the African Union that followed a deadly crackdown on a sit-in in June.

The ruling council will also seek to have the country removed from the US list of state sponsors of terrorism.

Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court in The Hague for his role in massacres in the Darfur region, where a rebellion broke out in 2003.

He appeared in court on Monday – but only on charges of corruption for the opening of a trial in which an investigator said the deposed leader admitted to receiving millions in cash from Saudi Arabia.

Pictures of the 75-year-old autocrat sitting in a cage during the hearing instantly became a symbol of his Islamist military regime’s downfall.

The sight of their former tormentor in the dock was overwhelmingly welcomed by the Sudanese but many warned the graft trial should not distract from the more serious indictments he faces before the ICC.

“The evidence he committed genocide should come forward… Many civilians inside and outside Sudan have died because of him and he should face justice,” one resident, Alhaj Adam, told AFP.

IT’S THE ECONOMY…

Sudan’s transitional authorities would need to ratify the ICC’s Rome Statute to allow for the transfer of the former military ruler to The Hague.

Amidst the euphoria celebrating the promise of civilian rule, unease was palpable within the protest camp that brought about one of the most significant moments in Sudan’s modern history.

One reason is the omnipresence in the transition of Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, a member of the sovereign council and a paramilitary commander whose forces are blamed for the deadly repression of the protests.

His Rapid Support Forces sprang out of the Janjaweed militia notorious for alleged crimes in Darfur.

Pacifying a country still plagued by deadly unrest in the regions of Darfur, Kordofan and Blue Nile will be one of the most urgent tasks of Sudan’s transitional institutions.

The other daunting challenge that awaits the fragile civilian-military alliance is the rescue of an economy that has all but collapsed in recent years.

It was the sudden tripling of bread prices in December 2018 that sparked the wave of protests fatal to Bashir’s regime.

El sistema de tributación francés se debilita por un ataque de hackers

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El Open Arms toca tierra firme en medio de la tensión entre Italia y España

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Trump cancela su visita a Dinamarca al no poder comprar Groenlandia

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Italia se sumerge en el caos político en un momento clave en la UE

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Tres leones matan a su dueño cuando el hombre se quedó a solas con los animales en un recinto cerrado

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Un hombre murió este martes tras ser atacado por tres leones en una reserva privada al noreste de Pretoria, en Sudáfrica, según informaron los servicios de emergencia.

Los animales, dos hembras y un macho, fueron sacrificados en el lugar de los hechos y, por el momento, se desconocen las circunstancias del suceso.

“La causa exacta del incidente se desconoce, pero podemos confirmar que había tres leones muertos en la escena, de los cuales uno estaba muy cerca del paciente”, indicó Xander Loubser, portavoz de los servicios de ambulancias privado Best Care, en un comunicado de prensa.

El ataque ocurrió en la zona de la reserva Dinokeng Game Reserve, a unos 40 kilómetros al noreste de Pretoria, un área dedicada tanto al turismo como a la conservación.

La víctima era, de acuerdo a la prensa local, el propietario de los animales y los estaba atendiendo en un recinto cerrado cuando ocurrieron los hechos.
Inicialmente, los paramédicos recibieron una llamada de urgencia cuando solo se había abatido a dos de los animales. El tercero estaba aún vivo junto a la víctima, a la que no se podía acceder.

“Momentos después recibí otra llamada, de que habían disparado al tercer león y se habían acercado al paciente, que apareció muerto”, detalló Loubser.

El hombre atacado estaba clínicamente muerto cuando llegaron los paramédicos y presentaba múltiples heridas abiertas, además de haber perdido gran cantidad de sangre.

Ransomeware attacks are an expensive threat to city and state governments and won’t ebb anytime soon

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Hackers have scored big payoffs to unlock emails, phones and public records across the country.

Saudi Arabia Could Probably Just Use the Money

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Per-capita revenue for OPEC members is half of what it was in 2008, and the prospects for immediate improvement aren’t good. Cue the Saudi Aramco IPO.

What a No-Deal Brexit Would Mean for the Irish Border

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It was the boundary between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland that sank former U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s efforts to engineer an orderly exit from the European Union. Now her successor, Boris Johnson, is bumping up against the same challenge — how to manage a historically fraught border when it becomes the dividing line between the U.K. and the EU. Johnson has made clear his willingness to do what May balked at: crash out of the EU without any divorce deal at all. What that wo

The upside-down economy: Some banks want the rich to pay to deposit money

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The shift toward negative interest rates in some parts of Europe comes as central banks step up efforts to spark stagnant economies.

Top DOJ official signals intensifying state and federal antitrust probe of big tech

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The U.S. government is forging ahead with its review of online platforms for potential competition concerns, coordinating with state attorneys general and signaling it could soon send document demands to Silicon Valley and its critics.

Parents Push One Rare-Disease Drug Through FDA, Not Its Successor

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The agency’s rejection of a new therapy for treating a deadly condition may signal a tougher FDA, and more risks for makers of rare-disease drugs.

Recession fears should prompt you to revisit your investment strategies

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‘Maxing out’ your retirement and college saving plans is one tool, but is it right for you?

How Iran Is Using Currency Reforms to Withstand Trump 

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U.S. sanctions are battering Iran’s economy. They have all but stopped Western companies from investing in the Islamic Republic, sent oil production crashing to its lowest level in more than three decades and led to a dire scarcity of foreign exchange. Inflation has accelerated to more than 50%, and some foods and medicines are running short. So far, Tehran is hunkering down rather than buckling to U.S. pressure to change its foreign policy, retreat from the region and renegotiate the 2015 nucle

Facebook unveils long-promised tool to limit what data it receives from third-party apps and websites

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Facebook will allow users to see the mass of businesses, apps and other groups that collect data about them across the Web and pass it on to the social media giant — but the data won’t be deleted.

A Famous Paris Grocery Worries About the Sales

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Casino is planning to offload another 2 billion euros of assets to pay down debt. But selling off its real estate and renting it back carries risk.

After Twitter and Facebook blame China for Hong Kong disinformation, government defends its right to online speech

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China pushed back against claims by Twitter and Facebook that the government had run disinformation operations aimed at the Hong Kong protests. The comments underscored the challenging of setting global standards for online speech.

Amazon Effect Helps Kohl’s Help Itself

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The department store’s turnaround is starting to take shape, aided by a novel partnership that appears to be paying off.

Why Hong Kong Is Still Protesting and Where It May Go Next

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What began as a series of marches in Hong Kong against proposed legislation to allow extraditions to mainland China has erupted into a broader challenge to Beijing’s grip on the city.

Trump’s trade war comes for consumers: Tariffs could cost U.S. families up to $1,000 a year, JPMorgan forecasts

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American consumers have been largely shielded from previous rounds of tariffs. But that will change when 10 percent levies on $112 billion in Chinese goods take effect Sept. 1.

Why the U.S. and Iran Are at Loggerheads, Again

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Though the U.S. and Iran have lived in a state of hostility for decades, rarely have relations been as tense as in recent months. The U.S. is trying to deprive Iran of oil revenue, the lifeblood of its economy. Iran’s been accused of responding by sabotaging oil tankers in the Persian Gulf. With the U.S. stepping up its military presence in the region, and Iran exceeding limits it agreed to on its nuclear program, the risk is that a miscalculation could lead to a war that neither the U.S. nor Ir

How Justin Trudeau Imperiled His Own Re-Election

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A scandal that threatens to derail Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s bid for re-election returned to the headlines at a particularly sensitive time. Following a months-long investigation, Canada’s ethics watchdog found that Trudeau had inappropriately interfered in a judicial matter, a conclusion that reignited criticism of his dominant Liberal Party as overly cozy with big business. The case has taken a toll on Trudeau’s brand as one of most progressive leaders in Canada’s history, just months be

Is the ECB Poised to Fire Up the Whirlybird?

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For bond investors, the list of never-seen-before happenings is only getting longer.

China Could Use a Libor-Rigging Scandal

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You need to have a functioning market before you can manipulate it. Don’t worry about any funny business with the new loan prime rate. 

The Technology 202: Facebook and Twitter’s action on accounts tied to China show disinformation is going global

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Amy Klobuchar says Congress needs to act now.

Nigeria suspende su viaje al Mundial de baloncesto de China por falta de fondos

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Problemas para la selección nigeriana de baloncesto. NBBF

El baloncesto nigeriano se encuentra en vilo por los problemas económicos que ponen en duda la participación de su selección en la Copa del Mundo de China que arranca el 31 de agosto. La situación es tan grave que el combinado africano ha suspendido el viaje por falta de fondos.

La selección nigeriana tenía preparado el viaje para preparar la cita mundialista en tierras chinas, pero el equipo sigue en su país y la incertidumbre es máxima, tal y como aseguran desde su federación de baloncesto.

“No sabemos cuándo vamos a viajar a China. El equipo está aquí, en Nigeria. La federación está esperando a que el ministerio pague para que podamos ir”, explicó el mánager del combinado, Musa Adamu, ante los medios.

El cuerpo técnico no tiene margen de maniobra sin los fondos para pagar los entrenamientos, los desplazamientos y las dietas de la delegación, por lo que esperan que la situación se resuelva cuanto antes para  poder perfilar una preparación que le permita al equipo llegar lo mejor posible a la competición.

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