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Steven Seagal wants to be governor of Arizona

The world famous martial arts master and action movie actor Steven Seagal, revealed in a U.S. TV program that he is currently considering running as a candidate for governor of Arizona. Seagal, 61, said he had discussed the matter with the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in...
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Foreign Ministry has 859 employees abroad

According to information from the State Secretariat, the 859 employees, who must meet diplomatic functions, are divided between 48 countries. The same entity reveals that the number of diplomats is mostly focused on eight offices: United States (138), Spain (125), Italy (41),...
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Euros and Latin American bills are produced in Spain

Spain is the basis for the production of paper for euros and bills from various countries of Latin America. In charge of the elaboration is the National Mint and Stamp (FNMT) which produces annually at its facility in Burgos 2,000 tonnes of special paper for printing bills. It is...
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Recreational use of marihuana generates opinions in favor and against

In the United States, marijuana supporters view as positive the new Colorado decision to allow the recreational use of cannabis. While many opponents say they will oppose the decision. Despite the fact that Federal Law continues to regard marijuana as an illegal and addictive...
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January, month of Starfall

Between 120 and 200 meteors per hour were observed in the sky last Friday. This astronomical phenomenon is called Starfall and the latter is called the Quadrantids. It takes place each year at the beginning of January. Usually its activity tends to range between 1 and 5 this...
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