La Oferta

May 28, 2022

Nacional

Thousands march in 46 cities calling for Trump’s impeachment

Los Angeles, Jul 2 (EFE).- Thousands of people took to the streets in marches and demonstrations convened in 46 US cities to ask Congress to launch impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. The marches, called by human rights activists, also served as an opportunity for people to protest against Trump’s immigration policies, his business ties …

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La vitamina A puede prevenir daños renales en diabéticos, asegura experto

México 30 jun (EFE).- La administración de una dosis adecuada de vitamina A, especialmente en pacientes con diabetes tipo 1, puede reducir los riesgos de desarrollar nefropatía diabética, es decir, daño renal, dijo hoy el experto José Luis Reyes Sánchez. “Con esta vitamina se reduce el estado inflamatorio general que presenta el sujeto con diabetes, …

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Estados Unidos aplaza hasta 2018 el reclutamiento de transexuales para Fuerzas Armadas

Washington, 30 jun (EFE).- El Pentágono anunció hoy un aplazamiento de seis meses, hasta enero de 2018, del reclutamiento de transexuales para servir en la Fuerzas Armadas del país. El secretario de Defensa, James Mattis, aprobó una “recomendación” para “aplazar el acceso a los solicitantes transgénero en las Fuerzas Armadas hasta el 1 de enero …

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Trump announces oil pipeline with Mexico to run under proposed border wall

Washington, Jun 29 (EFE).- President Donald Trump on Thursday announced the approval of a pipeline to transport oil to Mexico, crossing the border near the town of Peñitas, Texas, and running “under the wall” he has promised to build along the frontier. At a conference at the Department of Energy headquarters, Trump said that he …

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Bloquean ley californiana para retirar cargadores de armas de alta capacidad

Los Ángeles, 29 jun (EFE).- Un juez federal paralizó hoy una ley estatal de California que obligaba a los ciudadanos de este estado a deshacerse antes del 1 de julio de los cargadores de armas con una alta capacidad de albergar munición que tuvieran en su poder. Según informó hoy el diario Los Ángeles Times, …

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US House approves two bills toughening anti-immigrant measures

Washington, Jun 29 (EFE).- The House of Representatives on Thursday approved two bills designed to toughen measures against undocumented immigrants, a victory for President Donald Trump, who had promised during his campaign to take these actions, although neither one has yet been approved by the Senate. The first of the measures, approved in a 228-195 …

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Actress probed over Chapo Guzman links accuses Mexico of violating her rights

Washington, Jun 29 (EFE).- A prominent actress said in a complaint filed here Thursday with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights that the Mexican government has violated her rights in its probe of her ties to Joaquin “El Chapo” (Shorty) Guzman, a notorious drug lord currently in pre-trial detention in the United States. In the …

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Trump meets with victims of crimes by undocumented immigrants

Washington, Jun 28 (EFE).- President Donald Trump met at the White House on Wednesday with victims of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants, and he urged Congress to approve a law increasing penalties for criminals who have been deported but have illegally reentered the country. In brief remarks delivered before journalists, Trump emphasized that “countless … …

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Dems call GOP health plan a death sentence for US Hispanics

Washington, Jun 28 (EFE).- Democratic senators held an event here Wednesday to blast Republicans’ proposed replacement for Obamacare as a “death sentence” for more than 6 million US Latinos who stand to lose insurance coverage. Sens. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, Tim Kaine of Virginia, and Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada were joined by representatives …

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Civil rights attorney: US criminal justice system unfairly targets Hispanics

New York, Jun 28 (EFE).- Blacks have not been the only minority group to suffer racial discrimination in the United States, according to a Hispanic civil rights attorney, who said Latinos also were victims of Jim Crow laws in place between 1876 and 1965 and continue to experience unjust treatment today through the criminal justice …

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