Weather: scant rains are expected for the next few days in the entire agricultural region of the country

Producers continue to plant soybeans after the weekend rains, in which almost 5 million hectares of the 17.2 million projected for the 2020/21 season have been incorporated. According to data from the Buenos Aires Cereal Exchange, the greatest interweekly advances were reported in the South of Córdoba, the North of La Pampa-West of Buenos Aires, the South Nucleus and San Luis, after an improvement in surface humidity during the last week.

In addition, to date, 31.4% of the 6.3 million hectares estimated for the current campaign have already been sown in corn, while for the cultivation of sunflower, of the 1.4 million hectares estimated for the current campaign. 94% of the area has been implanted.

In this productive context, the Buenos Aires entity launched a new Agroclimatic Outlook Report on what will happen to the climate in the next 15 days.

For the first week, from 19 to 25 of this month, minimum temperatures will continue to be observed below normal, caused by the entry of southeast winds during the preceding days.

The winds from the tropics will return rapidly, beginning a long period of warmth, with temperatures above normal in most of the agricultural area. The persistent tropical circulation will impede the passage of storm fronts, making lhe rainfall remains scarce in most of the agricultural area, except for its central portion, which will observe some foci with moderate to abundant records, caused by the entry of winds from the southeast.

At the beginning of the second stage of the outlook, from November 26 to December 2, the entry of tropical winds will continue, although with somewhat less intensity than in the first stage, so that maximum temperatures will moderate somewhat.

Parallel, the passage of the storm front will take place, producing abundant rainfall, with wide foci of storms in the north and the center of the agricultural area, while the south will receive moderate to little contributions.

Along with the front, the polar winds will advance, causing a marked late thermal decline in the south and the center of the agricultural area, while the north will remain under the influence of tropical circulation.


Mascherano’s career: His start in River, Barcelona and emblem of the National Team

El Jefecito debuted earlier with La Albiceleste than with River, which would be a hallmark for his entire career. He defended the national team’s jersey at 19, at the hands of Marcelo Bielsa, in a 2-2 draw against Uruguay on July 16, 2003. Later he had his debut at the Millionaire, where he played two seasons (and was 2004 Clausura champion) before signing with Corinthians in 2005.

After his experience in Brazilian football (where he won a title), he jumped to Europe: West Ham and Liverpool (reached the final of the Champions League in 2007) were the shirts he defended in England, before moving to Barcelona in 2010.

All Mascherano titles at Barcelona
In the culé team he adapted to playing as a central marker and won 18 titles accompanied by Lionel Messi: four Spanish Super Cups, four Leagues, four King’s Cups, two Champions League (2011 and 2015), two European Super Cups and two World Cups. Clubs

The experience in China and the return to Argentina
After eight years defending the Blaugrana jersey, he signed with Hebei China Fortune FC After his experience in Chinese football, Juan Sebastián Verón finally convinced him to join Estudiantes, in November 2019: he played eleven games in 2020 and decided to hang up the booties after the loss to Argentinos this afternoon.

Mascherano, an emblem of the Argentine National Team
Mascherano became an emblem of the Argentine National Team: the Jefecito won the Gold medal at the Olympic Games in Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008, and was runner-up at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil (with the unforgettable crossing of Arjen Robben in the semifinal against Holland).

He was also part of the Albiceleste that reached the finals of the Copa América in Peru 2004, Venezuela 2007, Chile 2015 and the United States 2016. The World Cup in Russia in 2018 was the end of 15 years defending the national team’s jersey.


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The Star Wars x Element collection inspired by The Mandalorian

To the Lucasfilm series The Mandalorian to celebrate on Disney + launches Element a collection of Apparel, Accessories and hard goods, all inspired by the series.
The collection features designs from our favorite unique characters, such as the Mandalorian and Child.
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All Watch Dogs Legion Side Quests

We show you the complete list of secondary missions available in Watch Dogs Legin, how to find them all and what are their rewards for completing them.

As in any open world game, in Watch Dogs Legin we will find a handful of side missions that are totally optional and complement the main missions of the story. If you want to know hay account, how to activate them all the what rewards will you get To complete them, in this section of our guide we will show you.

All Watch Dogs Legin side quests

In this installment of the Ubisoft title we have available a total of 18 side missions (plus 7th district) to complete throughout London. Keep in mind that most of these missions are unlocked after advancing in the main story itself (or in other secondary missions). We will deliver key characters, almost all inside the DedSec lair.

Regarding these missions, they appear in their dedicated section in the missions menu and you should know that you can complete them whenever you want. All can be done after having finished the main and none is lost. Also, by completing some of them you will get corresponding trophies / achievements.

These are all side missions from WD Legin and its rewards.

404 missions

District rebellion missions

The missions of district rebellion will be available once you have completed rebellion activities within each borough of London, and after the main mission Bugle call. These missions have their own category in the section of the missions menu, but they can also be considered secondary and that is why we group them in this list. All rewards with the relief of the location of the technology points, the support to DedSec of the citizens and an expert agent for our team (which depends on the district).

Except for the Camden district (which is required to be released in the main story), you can perform these 7 missions for the rest of London boroughs:

  • Battersea black hole: rebellion of the Nine Elms district. Reward with professional hitman +.
  • Like clockwork: rebellion of the City of Westminster district. Reward with espa +.
  • Distraction on wheels: rebellion of the Tower Hamlets district. Reward with driver for leaks +.
  • Mental games: rebellion of the City district of London. Reward with beekeeper +.
  • Fight or flight plan: rebellion of the Islington and Hackney districts. Reward with football hooligan +.
  • Information overload: rebellion of the Southwark district. Reward with anarchist +.
  • On wheels: rebellion of the Lambeth district. Reward with drone expert +.

Bagley requests

Bagley’s character will have two requests for us in the form of side missions:

Hamish requests

Hamish’s character will have two requests for us in the form of side missions:

Kaitlin requests

Kaitlin’s character will have seven requests for us in the form of side missions:

Nowt requests

Nowt’s character will have six requests for us in the form of side missions:


Activision Blizzard wants to bring all its sagas to iOS and Android

“We want to bring all of our franchises to mobile over time”.

That’s how clear Activision Blizzard has made it in its last investor meeting.

Call of Duty Mobile’s growth continues to rise, reaching its peak of revenue last month. The company claims it prefers to gamble safe, and the mobile market is.


We leave it for Tuesday | Champions League

The wait for the return of basketball in Argentina is long. In this case for the culmination of the Champions League semifinals. Quimsa is already in Buenos Aires and started with the corresponding protocols within the city. He arrived with one less player because he was positive in the last days.

Both casts will add more training, especially with their new foreigners. Not only the clear case of San Lorenzo with his new quartet (except for Tucker) but also for Quimsa with the readjustment of Robinson and especially Kent and a new foreigner who came through Draper, who finally will not be part of the team for the Champions League. . On that side it closes them both.

The protocols and swabs are demanding with the times and precisely what there is less is time. Considering that the game has 72 hours left, too fair to verify how each player is doing and losing one at the last minute could be a resounding change for the game itself. The authorization regarding DIRECTV is awaited for its programming, to see what the schedule is (it could be at 20) and carry it out.

There is another data that is not minor. The final will be the 30th (unless there is some new problem), which means less rest for the winner but with a shoot for what happened on Tuesday finally. Quite a difficult puzzle to put together.

Jos Fiebig



Dane reveals excess mortality from covid-19 and confirmed and suspected deaths – Health

The National Administrative Department of Statistics (Dane) presented this Friday a new report on deaths from covid-19 in Colombia between March 2 and October 4, based on the data provided by the National Institute of Health and those uploaded to the Single Registry of Affiliates to the health system.

There, both deaths from covid-19 confirmed with PCR molecular tests are recorded, as well as suspicious ones, which, although they did not have a test, were thus noted on the death certificates based on clinical criteria.

In total, in the period of time analyzed there were 29,787 confirmed deaths from covid-19 and 6,010 suspected, which together represent 20.6 percent of the 173,683 occurred for all causes in the country between week 10 (March 2 to 8) and week 40 (September 28 to October 4).

(Also read: The worrying state of world health before the pandemic)

At a press conference, the director of Dane, Juan Daniel Oviedo, explained that the suspicious deaths due to covid-19 in Colombia have been clarified in these seven months of pandemic, to the point that the proportion compared to those confirmed – which reached 2 to 1- today is located at 5 to 1. Or in other words, for every five deaths confirmed by the new coronavirus there is one suspect.

In his presentation, it was also observed how deaths from confirmed covid-19 reached their peak in the country in week 32 (August 3-9) and since then began to decrease, going from 2,466 to 1,220 in week 40, what accounts for a reduction of more than 50 percent in this weekly average mortality in the last two months.

In a more specific analysis, the Dane points out that between August 5 and October 4 there were 15,133 confirmed deaths from covid-19 and 2,080 per suspect, with a daily average of 248 confirmed deaths and 34 suspects.

(See: WHO study reveals which drugs do not work for covid)

As for the ages, People aged 55 and over account for 80.6 percent of all suspected COVID-19 deaths and 83.8 percent of those confirmed by the new coronavirus. Meanwhile, deaths in people under 20 years of age represent 0.5 percent for confirmed covid-19 and 2.7 percent for suspected.

By regions, until week 40, Bogotá reported 24.3 percent (7,248) of the country’s confirmed COVID-19 deaths. They are followed by Atlántico, with 11.4% (3,397); Antioquia, with 9.3% (2,779); and Valle del Cauca, with 8.7% (2,600).
It is striking that Atlántico ranks first in suspected cases with 16.7% of the total (1,005), above Bogotá, which has 15.5 percent (933).

Another important fact that the Dane report brings is that the excess mortality from all causes, which the country has seen from January to October, it is 23.2 percent compared to the average of the last five years.(You may be interested: The pandemic caused excess mortality of 20% in 21 countries)



Spain, the country with the most cyber attacks on the Apple system in the world

Spain is the country with the highest percentage of users affected by cyberattacks on the macOS operating system, used by Apple computers, and almost one in ten people (9.82%) was exposed to an attack in the second quarter, according to data from Kaspersky. In general, Spain is not one of the countries in which users suffer the most cyber attacks.

The cybersecurity company Kaspersky has analyzed in its latest report the percentage of users of your solutions affected due to security problems between April and June of this year, and it has detected that 13.3% of all Spanish users received threats.

Far ahead are Turkmenistan – more than 48% -, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan – both above 42% -, in a list dominated by developing countries. However, in the case of macOS computers, threats have a greater impact on Spanish users, and 9.82% of them suffered a cyber attack during the second quarter.

France is behind Spain, with 7.73% of macOS users affected during this period. It closes the threats podium in the Apple Mexico system, with 6.7% of users. Regarding the type of threats in macOS, these remain with respect to the data of the first quarter and are mostly made up of ‘adware’, but also back doors like Lador.a, according to the Kaspersky report.

In Q2 2020, Shlayer was the most common Trojan on macOS, accounting for 12 percent of the global impact. This threat loads’ adware ‘onto users’ devices. Another major attack on the Apple ecosystem is a group of potentially unwanted programs known as HistGrabber.b. This ‘software’, which appears to be used to unzip files, actually shares users ‘browsing history with the criminals’ servers.


Everything you need to know about the UEFA Champions League

Champions League Winners Ranking

He Real Madrid It is, by far, who has won the most Champions League in history, with 13 trophies (the last of them in 2018). Further back appear the Milan, with 7, the Bayern Munich, with 6, and the Barcelona with 5.

Champions League scorers ranking

The 2020 Champions League scorers ranking was led by the German Robert Lewandowski, of the champion Bayern Munich, who with 15 points was consecrated as the top gunner. Norwegian Erling Haaland, from Borussia Dortmund, followed with 15, while the podium completed it Serge Gnabry, also from Bayern Munich, with 9.

Regarding the historical ranking, the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, today in the Juventus, leads with 130 touchdowns, followed by Argentine Lionel Messi with 115. Further back appears Spanish Raul Gonzalez, with 71, Lewandowski with 68 and Karim Benzemá with 65.

Where to watch the Champions League: which channel broadcasts the matches

The question is usually recurring before each new edition: What channel broadcasts the Champions League? The group stage and also the final round of the competition will be broadcast by ESPN for Argentina and much of the continent

Groups and crosses of the Champions League

The Argentine star Lionel Messi, captain of Barcelona, ​​will share group G of the Champions League with Juventus of Italy, the portuguese team Cristiano Ronaldo and the cordovan Paulo Dybala. The two top historical scorers of the most important tournament at club level in Europe will meet again in the group stage that they will share with Dynamo Kiev, from Ukraine, and Ferencváros, from Hungary.

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo

Atlético de Madrid, the team led by the Argentine Diego Simeone, will compete in Group A led by the last champion, Bayern Munich. It will also face Salzburg, from Austria, and Lokomotiv Moscow, from Russia.

Real Madrid, the most winning team with thirteen titles, will lead group B and collide with Inter de Italia, from the Argentine forward Lautaro Martínez. Shakhtar Donetsk, from Ukraine, Y Borussia Monchengladbach, from Germany, complete the area.

Group C is headed by Porto, but the maximum candidate to win it is Manchester City, which will also have to face Olympique de Marseille, by Darío Benedetto and Leonardo Balerdi, and the champion of Greece, Olympiacos, by Maximiliano Lovera from Formosa.

Group D will be one of the most even since it will have Liverpool, champion of England, together with Ajax, by Nicolás Tagliafico and Lisandro Martínez, and Atalanta, by Alejandro “Papu” Gómez, José Luis Palomino and Cristian Romero and the debutante closes it Central Jutland, Denmark.

In Group E they will surely fight for first place Sevilla, champions of the Europa League, and Chelsea, from England, while Rennes, from France, and Krasnodar, from RussiaThey will try to surprise.

Group F also appears competitive as it is seeded by the two-time Russian champion, Zenit, by Sebastián Driussi and Emiliano Rigoni, together with Borussia Dortmund, from Germany, Lazio, from Italy, by Joaquín Correa and Gonzalo Escalante and completes it Witches, who was declared champion of the incomplete Belgian league.

Group H will also be fought because they will be there Paris Saint Germain, finalist of the last edition, together with Manchester United, a historic one, Leipzig, Germany, one of the surprises of the “Super 8” of Lisbon, and completed by the surprising Turkish champion Istanbul Basaksehir.

What is the Champions League ball

UEFA unveiled in September the new ball for the Champions League, which will be the adidas Final 20, a model very similar to the one used in this last edition. The same original mixture of coral, light blue and blue colors, which will be highlighted with an effect of lines that surround the star panels.

⭐️ ⭐️Introducing the official 2020/21 #UCL match ball!! #ReadyForSport

When is the Champions League final played?

The coronavirus pandemic that completely changed this year’s edition raised doubts about where and when the Champions League final is next year. The definition, then, will be May 29, 2021 and will take place in the Atatürk Olympic Stadium at Estambul, the place where the final of 2020 was scheduled to be.


Everything is liable to get worse

Fifty years ago in the Spain of Franco the professor Manuel Jimenez de Parga (then short-lived UCD minister) explained in his Political Law course the virtues of the great democracies with a democratic tradition: the United States and Great Britain. They were the north in a dying dictatorship.

Today America disappoints. And more after the debate Trump-Biden Tuesday in which the president did not promise to respect the electoral result. Is American democracy in danger? In any case, it poorly digest the crisis of 2008, globalization, the technological revolution and the emergence of populism as a reaction from the affected sectors. Something similar happens in Britain, where the nationalist demagoguery of Boris Johnson achieved an absolute majority and now wants to violate the Brexit treaty, a disgrace for the country that invented the ‘rule of law’.

Yes, looking at the Atlantic, our ills are no exception. But the Spanish democracy is young and does not have the (somewhat dormant) antibodies of the Anglo-Saxons. In addition, Spain is less rich and the economy more fragile, so a longer duration of the crisis, not to rule out, would have worse consequences.

And this week there have been issues that are alarming. First, the management of the pandemic. We are the European country most affected by the outbreak and, despite this, the dysfunctions of the autonomous system (an improvised federalism) and the great political tension continue to aggravate the situation. It is incomprehensible that even today the Community of Madrid, the most affected European region, is reluctant to take the necessary measures. And that despite the fact that Pedro Sanchez he sought harmony by surrounding himself with twenty-four flags (twelve Spanish and twelve from the Community).

More than the autonomic system, the fault lies with political polarization. Italy was not better last spring, but now it is. Perhaps the reason is that the state of emergency (which gives the Government a lot of power) was voted there on January 15, it was extended in July and now it will be again on October 15. Let us remember what it cost Pedro Sánchez in Congress, where he does not have a majority, the successive extensions of the state of alarm, and the haste, both understandable and reckless, with which the autonomies acted at the end of June.

Now we pay for it with an improvement in the economy in the third quarter that will be (partly due to the tourism debacle in August due to European alerts on Spain) lower than expected. The IMF has just predicted a 12.8% drop in GDP, which will be partly alleviated by a 7.2% increase in 2021. But we will not return to 2019 GDP until 2022.

Meanwhile, the majority to vote the budgets (essential) is still in the air. The Government is divided on the suitable allies (without having guaranteed any), the PP wants them to fail with a bang because their goal is to “drive out the squatter from Moncloa,” and the Minister of Finance has demonstrated an incomprehensible autism with the frozen funds of municipalities. In the end, it has been imposed, logically, to allow an increase in municipal spending to alleviate the crisis. This is what the Government is already doing, with the approval of the EU and the IMF. Well.

And here is hope. Despite the blind right-left fight, the Government, the employers’ association and the unions have agreed to extend the Erte until January 31. It was essential to avoid economic collapse and not to aggravate the social crisis, but January 31 is just around the corner.

And that of the Council of the Judicial Power (CGPJ) is unspeakable. The PP, which stands as the champion of the Constitution of 78 (which Aznar did not vote), has been refusing to renew the twenty members for two years after completing his five-year mandate. But the government’s response has something zombie in it. He gets into the swamp of not allowing the presence of the king at the inauguration of the judicial year in Barcelona (not only for Torra) and reacts with acrimony when conservative and progressive members hatch a trick to fill vacancies. It is not the best, but the Council is not to blame for not having been renewed.

And in this mess there is a huge fight between Podemos, who reproaches the king for a call to Lesmes, and the PP, which proclaims that Pedro Sánchez does not defend the king from the attacks of his coalition partner. Of course, the king, perhaps light on the phone, and the monarchy, do not benefit in this pim-pam-pum of reds and monarchists.

Here we are. Social dialogue (with the State paying, thanks to the ECB) is one of the few that works. Are America and Britain also bad? Yes, but bad for many? consolation of fools.