Nimbus 2022: this would be Harry Potter’s real flying broom 20 years after the premiere

Nimbus 2022 this would be Harry Potters real flying broom

Related news 2022 began for all fans of the JK Rolling saga in Spain with the reunion of the actors at Hogwarts. 20 years after the premiere of the first film, it is interesting to ask what the school would be like today, for example,how brooms have evolved in Quidditch matches? In the magical world, … Read more

In Poland, the ruling conservative National Party takes education into its own hands

In Poland the ruling conservative National Party takes education into

Poland’s Education and Science Minister Przemyslaw Czarnek speaks during a press conference in Warsaw, Poland, November 9, 2021. PIOTR NOWAK / EPA Since coming to power in 2015, the conservative national PiS (Law and Justice) party has accustomed public opinion to a permanent “conservative revolution”. It is now preparing to interfere in the education system. … Read more

Valtur arrives in Greece and launches the Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach

Valtur arrives in Greece and launches the Valtur Creta Aquila

Emmer Guerra After two years of activities strongly focused on the destination Italy, Greece is at the center of Valtur’s Mediterranean projects, which announces its debut in Hellenic land with a product of great caliber: the brand lands, in fact, on the shores of the ‘Aegean with the Valtur Creta Aquila Rithymna Beach. The arrival … Read more

The French president takes another glass, but … – … dry, healthy and animal-free set the tone, but only in January – Foodlog

The French president takes another glass but dry healthy

In 2016 we conducted our own dry January survey at Foodlog, with more than 350 Foodlog readers as participants. A narrow majority made it to the finish line without sin. The initiative was still surprising at the time. Back then, leaving alcohol was even crazier than not eating animals for a month. Two years earlier, … Read more

An anti-abortion president in the European Parliament

An anti abortion president in the European Parliament

Editorial of the “World”. As expected, on Tuesday 18 January, the European Parliament elected a centre-right Maltese MEP, Roberta Metsola, to succeed Italian Social Democrat David Sassoli, who died a week earlier. Mme Metsola, a 43-year-old lawyer, until now vice-president of Parliament, becomes the third woman to preside over this institution, after the French Simone … Read more

Black Panther: Chadwick Boseman’s brother assures that the actor would like to be replaced | tomatoes

Black Panther Chadwick Bosemans brother assures that the actor would

Chadwick Boseman became one of the most important elements for the MCU from the moment he first appeared in Captain America: Civil War – 90%. In addition to bringing to life one of the most interesting characters in comics, the Black Panther movie – 90% meant a big change for Marvel, who up to that … Read more

Apping makes more food – No smartphone at the dining table seems to be the simple solution – Foodlog

Apping makes more food No smartphone at the dining

You could wait for it to be the subject of study: the influence of the smartphone on our eating habits. In behavioral research, the psychological and environmental factors that influence how and how much we eat are a serious area of ​​research. Eating disorders fall under the Departments of Clinical Psychology at Dutch universities. Since … Read more

Sandra Laugier, philosopher: “We are witnessing the advent of the new age of civil disobedience”

Sandra Laugier philosopher We are witnessing the advent of the

Tribune. It’s a time of civil disobedience. Far from being a marginal phenomenon, it is at the heart of the repertoire of social and political struggles in the 21st century.e century. And it worked: in 2012, the Calais illegal immigrants associations obtained the abolition of the “solidarity offence”; Carola Rackete, Captain of the Sea Watch … Read more

Boris Johnson or the culture of lies

Boris Johnson or the culture of lies

Editorial. The British, like all populations affected by the Covid, have endured their share of tragedies, constraints and deprivations: confinements, canceled family reunions, funerals in small groups. The country has just passed the milestone of 150,000 deaths linked to the pandemic, a sad record, with a per capita rate higher than that of the European … Read more

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