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Month: April 2024

Chicago woman convicted of killing, dismembering landlord, hiding some remains in freezer

CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago woman has been convicted of killing and dismembering her landlord and putting some of victim’s remains inside a freezer in the boarding house where she lived. News outlets report that a Cook County jury convicted 37-year-old Sandra Kolalou late Monday of all the charges she faced, including first-degree murder, dismembering

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OPINIÓN | ¿Te has dado cuenta de que estamos obsesionados con la comida?

Belén Liotti Nota del editor: Mari Rodríguez Ichaso ha sido colaboradora de la revista Vanidades durante varias décadas. Especialista en moda, viajes, gastronomía, arte, arquitectura y entretenimiento. Productora de cine. Columnista de estilo de CNN en Español. Las opiniones expresadas en esta columna son exclusivamente suyas. Lee más artículos de opinión en cnne.com/opinion (CNN Español)

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Dust from the Saharan desert covers Athens in an orange haze on April 23.

Athens turns orange, Helsinki goes white as Europe’s weather springs a surprise

By Sugam Pokharel, Chris Liakos, Radina Gigova and Eve Brennan, CNN (CNN) — A yellow-orange haze of dust from the Sahara desert has blanketed parts of Greece, prompting authorities to issue health warnings and creating spectacular dreamlike scenes. The Greek meteorological service said weather conditions on Tuesday had favored the movement of dust from Africa

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AMLO pide respeto a EE.UU. tras informe de DD.HH. del Departamento de Estado

Ivonne Valdés (CNN Español) — El presidente de México, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, criticó fuertemente este martes el Informe sobre prácticas de derechos humanos elaborado por el Departamento de Estado de EE.UU. El mandatario mexicano considera que las autoridades estadounidenses se sitúan como los “jueces del mundo” y les pidió “ser respetuosos”. El documento, presentado

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Transgender Tennessee woman sues over state’s refusal to change the sex designation on her license

By TRAVIS LOLLER Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A transgender Tennessee woman has sued the state’s Department of Safety and Homeland Security after officials refused to change the sex on her driver’s license to match her gender identity. The lawsuit filed in state court under the pseudonym Jane Doe on Tuesday says the department

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Última hora de Irán, la guerra de Israel con Hamas y la situación en Gaza, en vivo: noticias, reacciones y más

Sofía Barruti 🔄 Haz clic aquí para ver las entradas más recientes. Los manifestantes piden a las universidades que desinviertan de las empresas que, según ellos, se benefician de la guerra de Israel contra Gaza. (Crédito: Stefan Jeremiah/AP) The-CNN-Wire™ & © 2024 Cable News Network, Inc., a Warner Bros. Discovery Company. All rights reserved.

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QB Stetson Bennett is back with the Rams for offseason workouts after missing his first NFL season

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — Quarterback Stetson Bennett has rejoined the Los Angeles Rams for the start of their offseason program after missing his entire rookie season for undisclosed reasons. Bennett is attending team meetings and lifting weights with his teammates at the Rams’ training complex, coach Sean McVay confirmed Tuesday. The team hasn’t yet

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Dean Phillips gains his first delegates. Here’s why they’ll likely vote for Biden at the convention

By LEAH ASKARINAM and CHAD DAY Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Dean Phillips will receive at least three delegates from the Ohio Democratic primary, but he is encouraging those delegates to support President Joe Biden at the Democratic National Convention this summer. So far, Biden has won 99% of convention delegates, a sign that

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