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Spain, one of the EU countries with the most number of complaints and inquiries European ombudsman

Spain, one of the EU countries with the most number of complaints and inquiries

EU institutions refusing to give access to documents is the most common complaint received by European ombudsman Emily OReilly, as revealed by her annual report for 2013.  Leer ms

With a minute of silence

The European Parliament pays tribute to victims of Paris terrorist attacks

After a minutes silence, the European Parliaments political groups paid their tributes to the last terrorist attack in Paris. Several saw the outpouring of solidarity demonstrated by millions of citizens across Europe and worldwide as a renaissance and reaffirmation of Europes core values. Leer ms

With a minute of silence in the European Parliament

The European Parliament pays tribute to victims of Paris terrorist attacks

"Violence with Kalashnikovs will not make us downgrade our European values", promised Parliament President Martin Schulz, naming the 17 people killed in last weeks attacks on Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket. After a minutes silence, Parliaments political groups paid their tributes too. Several saw the outpouring of solidarity demonstrated by millions of citizens across Europe and worldwide as a renaissance and reaffirmation of Europes core values. Leer ms

With a minute of silence in the European Parliament

The European Parliament pays tribute to victims of Paris terrorist attacks

"Violence with Kalashnikovs will not make us downgrade our European values", promised Parliament President Martin Schulz, naming the 17 people killed in last weeks attacks on Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket. After a minutes silence, Parliaments political groups paid their tributes too. Several saw the outpouring of solidarity demonstrated by millions of citizens across Europe and worldwide as a renaissance and reaffirmation of Europes core values. Leer ms

3.7 million people marched throughout France

World leaders and citizens rally for unity and freedom of expression

Over 40 world leaders, their arms linked, joined the estimated two million people to march through Paris last night in a rally for unity and freedom of expression and to honour 17 victims of three days of terrorist attacks. Leer ms

"Je suis Charlie"

The European Parliament pays tribute to victims of Charlie Hebdo attack

The European Parliament has marked a minute of silence to commemorate the victims of the deadly attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo. MEPs and staff members were joined by members of the public as they stood outside the Parliament building in Brussels on 8 January to pay their respects to the 12 people who died the previous day. Leer ms

Women benefit more from being married to their best friend

Study reveals what kinds of marriages makes people happy

The key to a happy marriage may be having a spouse whos also your best friend, according to a new study on marital satisfaction released by the National Bureau of Economic Research.  Leer ms

Mourning day

Minute of silence on Thursday for the victims of the attack against Charlie Hebdo

To show solidarity with the French citizens, authorities and the victims of this deadly attack, the EP President Martin Schulz invited all MEPs today to the Agora Simone Veil, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels, at 10:45 to observe a minute of silence. Leer ms

Charlie Hebdo attack condemned by international leaders, citizens and governmentsOn 7 January 2015

Charlie Hebdo attack condemned by international leaders, citizens and governments

Marchers lit candles in the dark after a terror attack killed 12 people Wednesday in Paris. The attack has been widely condemned by the French and other governments. Multiple demonstrations were held against the shootings in several capital cities, Leer ms

The Psychology of Gift giving and Receiving

Experiential gifts produce greater improvements in relationship

A new study has provided a deeper insight into the various aspect of gift-giving and receiving, like how people choose gifts, how they are used by receivers, and how the gestures impact the relationship between givers and receivers. Leer ms

Activist to send thousands of copies of The Interview to North Korea

The Sony Pictures film, which has a fictional plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has brought controversy as South Korean activist plan to launch a series of balloons across the border into North Korea carrying 100,000 copies of the movie The Interview. Leer ms

Geolocation tags

Twitter helps to identificaty nightlife areas and contributes to improve urban planning

Millions of Twitter users are constantly reporting where they are and what they are doing. With this information, two Spanish computer science experts suggest using geolocalized tweets for urban planning and land use. They have already done it in Manhattan, Madrid and London and have been able to identify, for example, nightlife areas of these large cities. Leer ms

Nature ranking

10 Cutest Animals in Science in 2014, according to Nature

A video team at Nature picked their top 10 favorite science stories involving cute animals (and some bots) of this year.  Leer ms

Transport links disrupted

Snow causes chaos across Europe

Snow and ice stranded thousands of drivers and caused at least one death in the French Alps Saturday night into Sunday. Thousands were left without power. The severe conditions struck as ski resort visitors were on the roads in southeastern France, leading officials to set up emergency shelters to accommodate the drivers.  Leer ms

American film makers mock Kim Jong-un

Sony to screen controversial film about North Korean leader

Sony Pictures Entertainment is making the controversial comedy "The Interview" available at a limited number of theaters on Christmas. Chinas state media on Saturday slammed the irreverent movie at the centre of a cyberattack on a Hollywood studio as "senseless cultural arrogance", adding that it was wrong for American film makers to mock North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.  Leer ms

Cyberpsychology

Internet addiction affects 6 % of the global population, study finds

Research have analyzed 89,000 individuals from 31 countries and estimated that six percent of the Internet users around the world are addicted to internet. Prevalence varied, though, ranging from just 2.6 percent in Western and Northern Europe to 10.9 percent in the Middle East. Leer ms

New Intellectual Property Law

Google shuts down its Google News service in Spain

The move came in response to a new copyright law in Spain that would require Google and other news aggregators to pay Spanish publishers for linking to their content. The Spanish law follows similar legislation in other parts of the European Union, where politicians are increasingly lashing out at Google over a host of complaints about antitrust, privacy and taxation issues.  Leer ms

SentBuck

An new app finds out whether you have a bad day and tells your teacher

Researchers languages of the Autonomous University of Madrid have developed an app called SentBuck, which is able to deduct the mood of Facebook users algorithmically analyzing their messages. The authors believe that this tool could be useful for educators, since it would give information to teachers regarding the students attitude. Leer ms

Life expectancy

Global population living longer than in 1990

People around the world lived on average to a ripe old age of 71.5 in 2013, up from 65.3 in 1990, a study said Thursday, noting the gains came despite big increases in liver cancer and chronic kidney deaths. Leer ms

2.8 times more

Cartoons have higher death rates than adult movies, study finds

Top childrens movies have more than twice as much deaths than movies, according to a study developed by the University of Ottawa published in the British Medical Journal. Principal cartoon characters are more than twice as likely to be killed off as their counterparts in films for adults released in the same year. On-screen death and violence can be particularly traumatic for young children, and the impact can be intense and long lasting. Leer ms

Abuse Assessment Screen

22.7% of pregnant women suffer intimate partner violence

A new study analyses the violent behaviours exhibited towards pregnant women. While 21% of women suffer emotional violence during pregnancy, 3.6% encounter physical or sexual violence. Furthermore, 36.1% of those who reported physical violence claimed that it happened "very often" or "daily". Leer ms

Artificial Intelligence Research

Facebook to prevent drunk selfies

The websites Artificial Intelligence Research boss hinted that they could soon create the technology to prevent selfies from a night out going online. Facebooks Artificial Intelligence Research department chief Yann LeCun has said he wants to develop an "artificial assistant" who will recognise when you are about to post a selfie of your night out that you may not want your grandmother to see it.  Leer ms

Sex differences

Study supports the theory that men are idiots

The theory that men are idiots and often do stupid things is backed up by evidence in the Christmas issue of The BMJ. The Male Idiotic Theory (MIT) stipulates that the reason men are more prone to injury and death is simply because they "are idiots and idiots do stupid things". Despite tons of anecdotal evidence confirming MIT theres never been a systematic analysis on sex differences in idiotic risk taking behaviour.  Leer ms

United Nations declares Every day is Human Rights Day365 days a year

United Nations declares Every day is Human Rights Day

On December 10, 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and then gave Eleanor Roosevelt a standing ovation for her leading role. Yesterday United Nations released a statement of the neverending principles of human rights Leer ms

Uber taxi app suspended in Spain, India and Thailand Cease of operations

Uber taxi app suspended in Spain, India and Thailand

A judge has ordered taxi booking service Uber to stop operating in Spain, after a series of protests by taxi associations. In his ruling on the temporary ban, the judge said Uber drivers didnt have official authorisation and accused the service of "unfair competition". Leer ms
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