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Colombia and Canada signed a memorandum of understanding in which they agreed on the production of vaccines in the national territory. The signing took place between the Colombian entity Vaxthera and the Canadian health research company Providence Therapeutics.

The new commercial route Bucaramanga – San Andres will start operating today, December 16. The route will have two weekly frequencies on Thursdays and Saturdays, connecting the capital of Santander with the archipelago.

Subdued on the floor and with their hands tied behind their backs, two men were captured when authorities discovered them charging extortion at the entrance of a chain store in Girón.

The volcanologist Juan Carlos Carracedo assured Thursday that “in all probability” the eruption of the volcano on the Canary Island of La Palma, which began on September 19, is coming to an end.

The presidents of Colombia, Iván Duque, and Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, will head next Friday the Binational Cabinet, an annual coordination meeting to be held in the Colombian city of Cartagena de Indias, informed the Foreign Ministry in Quito on Wednesday.

Science at the forefront

In his message for International Youth Day, António Guterres highlighted solutions “devised by young innovators to problems affecting our food systems, such as inequalities in food security, loss of biodiversity or threats to the environment, among many others.”

Inés Roncancio (third from left) works in a team with other young students during a workshop at YO PUEDO, a UN Women-supported political training school in Vista Hermosa, Colombia.

She explained that UNESCO intends to “explore the idea” of a global grant system to fund youth-led research projects and activities. To this end, it convened an international conference on “the impact of the pandemic on youth” in September.

Young people are at the center of that UN agency’s initiatives, examples of which are the Global Youth Community, the Youth Climate Action Network and various projects to prevent violent extremism.

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He is the second minister of Unidas Podemos to leave his executive responsibilities, after the departure of Pablo Iglesias. Joan Subirats, professor of Political Science and ex-councillor of Culture in Barcelona, will be his replacement.

The management of the health area explains the absence of 30% in that “many residents are no longer in Santiago”. There are already 18 positives among the attendees to the dinner of 120 specialists in training

In A Pobra, the hotelkeepers have had to increase the security of their businesses to confront the waves of robberies that affect the locality from time to time. To do this, many have decided to install gates, since the security camera has not been of much use to them.

The Sergas anticipates a better Christmas than last year, but the situation in the southern part of the province is worrying and schools recorded more than a hundred infections. Sanidade values imposing new restrictions if cases continue to rise

Miguel Conde Lobato, creative director, producer and advertising filmmaker; Valentín García, secretary general of Linguistic Policy; the writer Espido Freire; Laura Rodríguez, director of Hércules Ediciones; Blanca Ana Roig, professor and researcher at the UDC; Belén Rey, director of communication at the María Jose Jove Foundation; Ginés Cruz Zamora, winner of the award; and Hector Pose, recognized with a runner-up prize.

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Part of Forensic Architecture’s ‘The Black Boxes of Forced Disappearance’ project, part of ‘Traces of Disappearance. The cases of Urabá, Palace of Justice and Nukak territory’, at the Miguel Urrutia Art Museum (MAMU), in Colombia. (Courtesy of Forensic Architecture)

This constellation of initiatives makes Colombia an international model of work in research and dissemination, with the most advanced tools, of the most problematic area of a country’s recent history. A model for the management of yesterday’s archive that becomes a laboratory for simultaneously investigating today’s injustices. Despite Santos’ Nobel Peace Prize, current President Ivan Duque and former President Alvaro Uribe continue to troll and sabotage his legacy. But fortunately there are many agents who remind us that historical memory only makes sense if it is also critical memory of the present.

For research to lead to irrefutable conclusions and for its communication to penetrate social consciousness, the analytical and narrative devices must be scientific, solid, sophisticated and beautiful. The methodology of Forensic Architecture -which after its projects on the violation of the human rights of the indigenous people of Ecuador, the murder of Oscar Perez in Venezuela or the mass disappearance of students in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, allies for the first time with a Latin American truth commission- ensures the ethical and aesthetic forcefulness of the final piece.