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Una vez más después del Premio Noble en tiempo real y esta vez como maravilla del mundo virtual, el mismo Hombre de la Izquierda es celebrado por la derecha: Google honró al activista y Premio Nobel Gabriel García Márquez, en lo que hubiera sido su 91º cumpleaños , con un Doodle.

Márquez es ampliamente conocido por su obra Amor en el tiempo del cólera. 

Une fois de plus après le prix Noble en temps réel et cette fois comme merveille du monde virtuel, le même homme de gauche est célébré par la droite: Google a honoré le militant et prix Nobel Gabriel Garcia Marquez, pour ce qui aurait été son 91ème anniversaire , avec un Doodle.

Marquez est largement connu pour son travail Love in the Time of Cholera.

Once more after the Noble Prize in real time and this time as wonder of the virtual world, the same Man of the Left is celebrated by the Right: Google has honored activist and Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, on what would have been his 91st birthday, with a Doodle.

Marquez is widely known for his work Love in the Time of Cholera.

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New treaty compels states to investigate and punish killings and attacks on people defending their land or environment

The 2016 killing of Cáceres, a winner of the Goldman environmental prize, focused attention on the killings of environmental and land rights activists in the region. Her death was one of 14 such deaths recorded in Honduras that year in a collaboration between the Guardian and NGO Global Witness, making the country one of the deadliest in the world for environmental activists. In a sign of progress, though, the number of killings fell in 2017 and two days before the new pact was agreed, Honduran authorities arrested a former military intelligence officer for masterminding Cáceres’s killing.

Costa Rica’s president, Luis Guillermo Solís, described the treaty as “a turning point” in the fight against poverty, inequality and hate. “It is also crucial for the very survival of our species,” he said. “The right to a healthy environment is a human right.”

Carole Excell, the environmental democracy director of the World Resources Institute, described the new protocol as “a historic stand to safeguard the backbone of environmental protection”.

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