“For us it was relevant”: Galli defends big data after prosecutor Guerra called it “smoke” | National

The chief prosecutor of the eastern zone of the capital, Manuel Guerra, again referred this Thursday to his sayings about the big data report received by the Government after October 18. The undersecretary of the Interior, Juan Francisco Galli, defended the report.

The existence of said report became known after President Sebastián Piñera told El País of Spain that there was foreign influence in the protests of the social outbreak. As the Government later pointed out, this became known thanks to big data analysis.

Days later, the material was leaked to the media and it became clear that rather it was a social media analysis.

Finally, it was known that said big data report was made by the Spanish company Alto Data Analytics and what was it Quiñenco -matrix of the Luksic Group- which contacted La Moneda with said Iberian company.

Well, almost a year after the social outbreak, Guerra pointed out yesterday to radio Universe what said report “It was just smoke”.

“A few days after the events occurred, the investigation of foreign intervention, which was indicated by the President; That information to the Public Ministry never arrived, let us remember all the controversy by the National Intelligence Agency, of the existence of ‘big data’ of important information, that was just smoke, we operate based on what we have, “he said.

Today, Guerra again referred to the issue and pointed out that “what is clear is that said report was not fundamental nor was it decisive for what happened later ”.

Along with this, he described it as “a contraption that it had no major relevance and that the President led his Excellency to certain decisions or opinions that had no correlation with the antecedents ”.

“That information that came to the hands of the president it was not correct“He added.

Along with this, he insisted on ruling out that after the burning of Metro stations there is a mega-organization: “to this day, the investigation does not reveal an organization or mega-organization behind this.”

Galli defended report

Despite this, the undersecretary Juan Francisco Galli defended the report as “all background is valuable.”

In his opinion, the error of “confuse intelligence with criminal investigation ”and that for the first item the information provided did matter.

“That it is not relevant for a criminal investigation, and therefore for the Prosecutor’s Office, that is a totally different matter,” he added.

Finally, he closed by saying that “for us it was relevant, with that I stay ”.


launch of the longest metro in France on line 14

The start of a major project for line 14. The longest trainsets in France were deployed on Monday 12 October. From 6 to 8 wagons, this new metro designed by Alstom 120 meters long and can accommodate over 1,000 people. Line 14 will be extended north of Saint-Lazare to Mairie de Saint-Ouen station and will serve 4 additional stations, details the Parisian.

This Monday, Valérie Pécresse, president of Île-de-France Mobilités, gave the kick off of the brand new Metro on line 14, called MP14. On Sunday, she said that the extension of the line “will finally come into service on December 17”, due to delays on construction sites and the coronavirus epidemic.

Initially, three of the four new stations (Pont-Cardinet, Clichy-Saint-Ouen and Mairie de Saint-Ouen) will be served. The Porte-de-Clichy station will be accessible from January 2021. This extension should be able to offload line 13, indicates the log 20minutes.

The old subways gradually replaced

Other work continues to extend the line to the south, to Orly airport, from 2024. According to forecasts, ridership of line 14 will drop from 550,000 to 1 million travelers per day, as soon as the work is finished.

RATP has indicated that Rama replaced by these new MP14s will be recycled: they will be transferred in the coming days to line 4. The latter will therefore be equipped with the MP14, but in 6-car format.

The oldest subways, in particular on line 6, will be sent to scrapping: line 6 should recover the trains currently used on line 4 and see its vehicles modernized by 2025. Line 11 will also see its old trains disappear and will be equipped with MP14 from 2023.

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Woman stabbed in wagon on Metro Line B

The victim was attacked with a sharp object near the abdomen. Photo: Special


A woman was attacked with a sharp weapon on the Plaza Aragón-Olímpica interstation, Line B of the Collective Transportation System (STC).

Through an information card, the STC reported that the user was attacked by another woman, and ruled out that it was an attempted robbery.

He explained that after the fact, the user could not operate the emergency lever, since she threw herself to the floor in order to avoid further attacks.

However, upon arriving at the Olímpica station, a person who became aware of the situation notified the Auxiliary Police (PA) officer, assigned to monitor the Metro, who mobilized the emergency services.

The STC’s Industrial Safety and Hygiene personnel and paramedics aboard an ambulance from the Emergency Service of the State of Mexico (SUEM) arrived at the site, who made the transfer to the General Hospital “Dr. José María Rodríguez” in Ecatepec.

He emphasized that, through the Central Control Post II, it was confirmed that no train had the operation of emergency levers, in the schedule and section of Line B, in which the attack was recorded.

The STC reported that it collaborates with the authorities of the State of Mexico to follow up on the investigation for the crime of aggression.

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They open a process to give the Metropolitan stadium a commercial name

The Barranquilla mayor’s office opened an application process to participate in the auction that will give the stadium a commercial name Metropolitan Roberto Meléndez, as is the style in many parts of the world with sports venues. For example, the BBVA Bancomer stadium (Guadalupe, Nuevo León, Mexico), Mercedes Benz Stadium (Atlanta, USA) and Allianz Arena (Munich, Germany), Hard Rock Stadium (Miami, USA), Wanda Metropolitano (Madrid) or Movistar Arena (Bogotá), among others.

The idea of ​​getting a sponsor for the ‘Metro’ was announced by the mayor of Barranquilla, Jaime Pumarejo Heins, in a visit to EL HERALDO on March 4, 2020, but it will begin to become a reality this Thursday, from 9 am, in a hearing to socialize the details of the application process. Interested companies must register at the following link: https://forms.gle/dThGKnxaVMjsCECh8

“The trade name rights It is a model under which a brand / company associates or puts its name to an event or place for a specified time in exchange for the payment of those rights. Under the protection of the advertising technique, the guardian of the sports venue allows a company to be associated with it by including its brand in the name of the venue ”, explained the mayor’s office through a statement.

“This public search marks the beginning of a major modernization project for the stadium, supported, now, with resources from a private investor”Added the official announcement.

The commercial naming rights of the Colombian soccer temple may have a national or international sponsor. The brands preselected in the application phase will be able to bid in the auction.

The District Secretary for Recreation and Sports appointed Puerta de Oro, Caribbean Development Company, to take charge of the process.

“The stadium, in this case, gains the possibility of obtaining additional income that allows its reinvestment, development and modernization, as well as expanding its recognition from the hand of a brand. The investing company, for its part, gains exposure in a place with wide media coverage, ”the statement said.

Interested companies and legal entities will find the application process here and They will have until Tuesday, September 29 at 10:00 am. to subscribe with the respective requirements.


Metro CdMx. Planned lines and stations that were never built

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He Mexico City Metro is full of stories, in addition to his own, that started on a day like today, but 51 years ago, in 1969, when the then president Gustavo Diaz Ordaz and the Regent of the Federal District, Alfonso Corona del Rosal, inaugurated a route that went from Chapultepec to Zaragoza.

A model MP-68, manufactured by the French company Alsthom, dedicated to creating trains and boats, it was the first to transport the citizens of the capital. Currently, the Metro is made up of a network of 195 stations (115 underground, 55 surface and 25 elevated) in 12 lines, which daily transport millions of users

But in its more than half a century of going from north to south and from east to west, this transport also has some ‘ghosts’: those stations and lines that were thought, were drawn, but for various reasons they never managed to accommodate people desperate to reach their destination. Here we tell you what they were:


  • Line 1: Archive of the Nation, planned between the San Lázaro and Candelaria stations.
  • Line 2: Salvador, planned between the Pino Suárez and Zócalo stations.
  • Line 3: Zacatenco, planned between the 18 de Marzo and Indios Verdes stations; Saint Simon, planned between La Raza and Tlatelolco stations; and Popocatepetl, planned between the Zapata and Coyoacán stations.

  • Line 5: Simon Bolivar, planned between the Consulado and Eduardo Molina stations.
  • Line 7: Loreto and Saint Angel, stations planned to be located after Barranca del Muerto.
  • Line 9: Asturias, planned between the Chabacano and Jamaica stations.
  • Line B: Penitentiary, planned between Morelos and Flores Magón.
  • Line 12: South 69, Axomulco, Milky Way and Ranchers.


  • Line 10: Eulalia Guzmán – Cuicuilco.
  • Line 11: Santa Mónica – Fine Arts.
  • Line 13: San Lázaro – Naucalli Park.
  • Line C: Cuautitlán Izcalli – El Rosario.
  • Line D1: Coacalco – Ojo de Agua.
  • Line D2: Coacalco – Santa Clara.

Extensions proposed in the Metro Master Plan, with a view to 2030:

  • Line 4: Martín Carrera-Tepexpán and Santa Anita-Periférico
  • Line 5: Polytechnic-Tlalnepantla
  • Line 6: Martín Carrera-Villa de Aragón
  • Line 8: Garibaldi-La Raza and Constitution of 1917-Santa Marta
  • Line 9: Tacubaya-Observatory
  • Line A: La Paz-Chalco
  • Line B: Buenavista-Military College.



Avoid these 4 foods when drinking coffee

CLICKKALTIM.COM – For coffee lovers, starting an activity without drinking coffee feels something is missing. Not only getting rid of drowsiness, consuming coffee also has many benefits such as increasing concentration.

After eating, some people often choose to drink coffee as a cover. Unfortunately, the food or snack that is consumed is not healthy when consumed together or after drinking coffee. This will unwittingly have a bad impact on health.

Quoted from Healthy Eating, here are 4 menus that should not be consumed during or after drinking coffee:

1. Milk

Some people consume coffee and milk in the morning at the same time. This is because milk is used to prop up the stomach while coffee is to prevent sleepiness.

In fact, coffee can affect the absorption of calcium in the body so that more calcium is wasted through urine.

If you want to get the maximum benefit, you should not consume it together. It’s different if you just need the pleasure.

2. Food contains zinc

Coffee can absorb zinc in the body. Avoid drinking coffee after consuming foods such as oysters, red meat, poultry, beans and nuts because coffee can release zinc which should be absorbed in the body.

3. Peas

Peas have a lot of iron content. Generally, peas are used as a snack and accompanied by drinking coffee. In fact, eating peas along with coffee can absorb iron which is needed in the body.

4. Vitamin D

A Journal of Bone Metabolism in 2017, found that someone who consumes coffee tends to be deficient in vitamin D in the body.

Coffee does have a negative impact on vitamin D. If you consume foods that contain vitamin D, you should drink water and avoid coffee.


22-year-old is the first convicted of attacks on the Metro during the social outbreak

He 9th Guarantee Court of Santiago completed the first sentence for the attacks on the Santiago Metro in the context of the social outbreak that began on October 18.

It is a resolution against a young man of 22 years, involved in incidents that were recorded at the El Sol station.

The investigation of the Western Metropolitan Prosecutor’s Office details that, in the middle of a mob, the convicted descended to the station and destroyed part of the facilities where, in addition, they stole implements of the security personnel.

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For this reason, he was sentenced to a sentence of three years and one day of intensive probation and another 540 days for robbery in an uninhabited place plus the obligation to enter training programs.

The subject, identified with the initials MLC, had been in preventive detention in November of last year after being formalized for theft in an uninhabited place, damage and violation of the State Security Law.

The Maipú prosecutor, Luis Pablo Cortés, commented to The Mercury than “This sentence marks the closure of the main cases against attack on Metro facilities that are in the hands of this Prosecutor’s Office associated with the social outbreak ”.

Meanwhile, the general director of the PDI, Héctor Espinosa, pointed out that there are two other detainees for the incidents at the same station, which corresponds to two young people aged 18 and 22, who were arrested and charged with the crime of qualified damages.

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Masks should not be mandatory for children under 5 years: WHO

A group of experts assembled by the World Health Organization examined the evidence on COVID-19 and its transmission in children, as well as the limited evidence available on child use of masks.

Based on that analysis and taking into account other factors, such as psychosocial needs and developmental milestones of children, WHO and the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) recommended that the use of a mask should not be mandatory for children under five years of age, for the sake of the safety and general interest of the child and given their inability to properly use a mask with minimal assistance.

The WHO and UNICEF recommend that children from 12 years of age use a mask in the same cases as adults, particularly when a minimum distance of one meter from others cannot be guaranteed and there is widespread transmission in the area.

Organizations advise, however, to always consult and respect the practices recommended by local authorities.

The masks that children should use

Generally healthy children can wear cloth or hygienic masks. In this way, it is possible to control the origin, that is, to avoid transmitting the virus to other people if the child is infected and is not aware that it is.

The adult providing the cloth mask should ensure that it is the correct size and sufficiently covers the child’s nose, mouth and chin.

Children with underlying health problems such as cystic fibrosis, cancer, or immunosuppression should, in consultation with their healthcare providers, wear medical or surgical masks.

Medical masks reduce the spread of the virus and protect the user and are recommended for anyone who is at higher risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19.

The correct way to use the mask

Children should follow the same principles as adults regarding the use of masks. This includes cleaning your hands before putting on the mask for at least 20 seconds if using a hydroalcoholic gel or at least 40 seconds if using soap and water.

Make sure that the mask is the right size to cover the nose, mouth, and chin. Children should be taught to use the mask correctly and, among other things, not to touch the front of the mask, not to pull it towards the chin or to put it in their mouth. They should keep the mask in a bag or envelope and not share it with anyone.

Masks for children with COVID-19

All children with symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 should wear a medical mask for as long as they can handle it. The child should be isolated and seek medical help as soon as she begins to feel ill, even if the symptoms are mild. Family members or caregivers who come within a meter of the sick child at home must also wear a mask.

Any household member who is ill or has tested positive for COVID-19 should isolate themselves from everyone else, if possible. If the child comes within one meter of a sick person at home, both the adult and the child should wear a medical mask during that time.

Masks and sports

It is not recommended for children to wear the mask while playing sports or physical activities, such as running, jumping or playing on the playground, so that it does not affect their breathing. When organizing these types of activities for children, it is important to apply the rest of the fundamental public health measures: maintain a minimum distance of one meter from others, limit the number of children who play together, facilitate access to facilities for hand hygiene and encourage their use.

Masks and visors as an alternative option

In the context of COVID-19, some children may not be able to use masks, either due to certain disabilities or in specific situations, such as speech therapy classes, in which the teacher needs to see their mouths.

In these cases, face shields can be considered an alternative to face masks, but they do not provide equivalent protection to avoid transmitting the virus to others.

If you decide to use a mask, it must cover the entire face, surround it on both sides and extend below the chin. In addition, care must be taken when using them to prevent them from breaking and causing injury to the eyes or face.

Adults should use a mask with children

In areas of widespread transmission, all adults under the age of 60 and in general good health should wear a cloth mask when they cannot guarantee a distance of at least one meter from others. This is particularly important for adults who work with children and who may have close contact with children and with each other.

People 60 and older and those with an underlying condition, such as heart disease, diabetes, or lung cancer, should wear a medical or surgical mask, as they are at higher risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19.


Consumer advocates criticize voucher solutions for canceled trips

Frankfurt The corona crisis turns the lives of citizens and entrepreneurs upside down. Strolling through the shops, eating out, attending concerts, traveling – all forbidden. Against this background, different types of vouchers are currently being offered to consumers. They are intended to compensate for the costs of travel and events that have already been booked – or to support retailers and restaurants during the time of shop closure. What consumers have to consider.

Cultural and sporting events are canceled nationwide. As a result, customers cannot use their concert tickets, theater tickets or soccer season tickets. In such cases, the federal government decided at the beginning of April that organizers may issue vouchers to customers and that they would be valid until the end of 2021. If consumers don’t redeem them by then, organizers will have to pay the money out. The approval of the Bundestag is still pending. According to the previous rules, organizers had to refund the money two weeks after a cancellation.

The rule should apply to tickets bought before March 8th. It also applies to season tickets, such as museums and gyms. The government’s aim is to protect companies so that they do not run into liquidity shortages through a large number of recoveries.

Consumer advocates, on the other hand, criticize the planned new regulation. Klaus Müller, board member of the Federation of German Consumer Organizations (VZBV), complains that consumers are burdened in an “unreasonable and unfair way”. He also complains that vouchers are not covered in the event of a bankruptcy. Should a provider go bankrupt, consumers will probably be left at the expense.

It is also controversial whether such a new regulation could even apply retrospectively. However, there are also providers who have already paid back ticket prices or at least have announced this. A prominent example: The Bundesliga soccer club Borussia Dortmund recently said that it offers ticket refunds to all fans – and at the same time thanked those who waived their claim.

Canceled trips

There is a lot of struggle as to whether tour operators can also issue vouchers to their customers instead of reimbursing the costs, as was previously the case. After all, holiday trips are not possible for the time being, and mostly this involves large sums. The so-called Corona cabinet of the federal government decided that the voucher solution should also apply to package tours and plane tickets. The government is now trying to ensure that a corresponding regulation that runs counter to current EU law is allowed.

Consumer advocates are sharply attacking the advance. “We simply consider this inadmissible,” says VZBV travel law expert Felix Methmann. He insists that funds already paid will be returned to customers within two weeks of the cancellation. “The national legislator must not violate the European package travel directive.”

Methmann demands that the travel industry be helped with a travel security fund that is set up specifically for this purpose. “This has to be dealt with quickly now,” he says.

Roughly speaking, the federal government would set up a fund from which travel companies can withdraw money for repayments to customers. The companies would have to repay these funds to the fund within a few years.

The VZBV legal expert points out that even in this case, vouchers would not be protected against bankruptcy and that customers might not receive any consideration in return. “We fear that issuing vouchers will only postpone the problem for tour operators. After the crisis, when customers redeem the vouchers, the companies don’t get any fresh money either. ”

Some tour operators are already paying back easily. Others embrace customers by granting a credit for their next vacation in addition to the voucher.

If there are difficulties with the repayment, Marija Linnhoff, chairwoman of the association of independent, independent travel agencies, advises not to let go: “In such cases, customers have to write to the tour operator themselves – sometimes several times,” says Linnhoff.

“I can only recommend customers: If you want your money, stay steadfast and if necessary point out that you should hire a lawyer.” Even those who have received a voucher from the organizer without being asked and would prefer the money should, according to Linnhoff, ” send it back immediately and insist on repayment ”.

Voucher from local dealers

Restaurants and shops have been closed for more than four weeks, as have cafes, hairdressers and theaters. Some stores are allowed to reopen this Monday under strict conditions. Hairdressers have to wait until May 4th, and restaurants remain closed indefinitely.

In order to support local companies, various internet portals have been created over the past few weeks, on which consumers can buy vouchers from their favorite shops. The idea: You pay the voucher now, provide the company with liquidity and help so that it can open again according to the Corona restrictions.

One of these platforms is called “PayNowEatLater.de”, a similar offer, “Hilfelokal.de”, was developed by the financial start-up Optiopay and is being used by the retail group metro supported. There are also regionally limited providers such as “HelfenFRM.de” in the Rhine-Main region. The platforms charge a fee for their services. At “HelfenFRM.de” the customer pays an additional four percent of the voucher value for processing. At Optiopay, almost four percent are usually charged to the retailer.

The users usually receive the vouchers by email. Oliver Buttler, expert for consumer law at the Baden-Württemberg Consumer Center, explains the validity period: “A voucher is generally valid for three years. For example, if a season ticket is involved and the price rises within these three years, the consumer may have to pay the surcharge himself. ”

However, some of the platforms differ: With “PayNowEatLater.de”, the vouchers should be valid for at least three years. At Optiopay, on the other hand, retailers can individually decide on the validity, so vouchers that are only valid for one or two years are also common. The provider bases the flexibility on the fact that the offers are subject to price fluctuations.

At the same time, vouchers from local companies also run the risk of customers being left empty-handed. Buttler warns: “The customer bears the risk in the event of insolvency.” The cooperative insurer R + V also discovered the lack of insolvency protection. Last week he launched the “VR-ExtraPlus Hilft” portal – a separate variant of the “Hilfelokal” platform. Vouchers for a maximum of 10,000 euros are secured for each company. However, the sum can be reached quickly. According to R + V, it reserves the right to raise it later.

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Confession of the patient with the coronavirus: “Nothing helps at all!”

Freshman magistrate Anar Huseynov shared unpleasant sensations

“Anar, you must have had the flu before.” Are there any features of the coronavirus?

– For the first time it was with me so that the temperature did not stray from antipyretic drugs, but only grew. Nothing helps at all! And you don’t feel any smells at all – how it snapped. And for some reason the neck was very sore – not the throat, but the neck.

“Where do you think you could get infected?”

– Most likely in the subway. I didn’t wear a mask, I thought it’s better to get sick than to be afraid of no one knows how long until the epidemic is over.

– When did you get sick?

– For the first time I felt bad on March 16. There was weakness, aches in the whole body, the temperature rose, although at first it was not very high, up to 37.5 degrees. Because of this, at first I was treated myself: I drank tea with lemon, a lot of water. But it did not get better, but only worse. My chills were beating, the temperature was rising, and on March 19 in the morning, when she jumped to 38.5 degrees and felt completely ill, I called an ambulance.

“Did they come quickly?”

– Yes. But the doctors just did the analysis: they took a swab from the mouth and nostrils, but they didn’t take me right away. And on the 22nd they called and said: the result on the coronavirus is positive, they will soon come to pick me up. While I was traveling, I packed up – I took some of the things, books and notebooks to read in the hospital and for the soul, and to practice English. An ambulance arrived – the doctors are all in protective suits, in masks, just like in a movie. The people in the MGRI dormitory just stuck to the windows to watch me being taken away with a suitcase. By the way, after that two floors were quarantined at once in the hostel, but, fortunately, no one else got sick.

– You were taken to Kommunarka?

– No, to the hospital in Tsaritsyno, where before the epidemic, patients with cerebral palsy were treated, and now they began to place patients with coronavirus. True, as I learned later, this is only for those who are ill in a mild form. But still they kept me there for 14 days, until April 4. And they released only after they did 4 tests and made sure that there was no more infection.

– How was it treated?

– I still felt very ill in the ambulance, and when I told the doctors about it, they immediately gave me an injection and gave me a paracetamol tablet. In general, we weren’t stuffed with drugs in the hospital in vain – and there’s no medicine for the flu, either. But the doctors watched our condition very carefully. They constantly took smears, examined us, measured the temperature several times a day — sisters used ordinary thermometers, and doctors remotely. And who was increasing, they immediately called an ambulance and sent to Kommunarka. For example, there were four of us in my room, and one man complained that he was feeling very bad, coughing very badly, that he had a high fever, and before that he had had hepatitis. He was immediately taken away by ambulance.

“Were there many of you in the hospital?”

– The hospital is large – three floors, and all are given to patients with coronavirus. So, there probably were about two hundred of us there. – They say that coronavirus is also terrible for its complications.

– How do you feel now?

– Perfectly! It seems to have done without consequences.

– Have you started doing online already?

– Now I’ll rest a little more, and then I will continue to study.