Monday, November 30, 2009

El Amazonas rumbo a los Andes

El ascenso de la papa en los Andes

Memorias para el futuro

Memorias para el futuro

Noticias en 60 segundos

Rajoy explica la Constitución a los niños

Cisnes a salvo del hielo

Clases de inglés por celular

Trailer de Spanish Movie

Pink Floyd - The Wall - Full video

Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Primera boda gay en Latinoamérica


Una pareja argentina se casará el 1 de diciembre aprovechando un vacío legal
Ver noticia, aquí

Empezó el clásico


Elecciones controvertidas en Honduras


El presidente de facto Roberto Micheletti, depositando su voto en El Progreso, Honduras

- REUTERS - 29-11-2009

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El país

Davudenko, maestro de maestros


Copa de Maestros
Davydenko y Del Potro se saludan tras el partido
- FP - 29-11-2009
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El País

Saturday, November 28, 2009

victor jara-el cigarrito

Te Recuerdo Amanda

Luchín por Víctor Jara

Victor Jara recibirá un funeral 36 años después de su muerte


En memoria de Víctor Jara
Seguidores del cantautor chileno depositan velas delante del estadio donde fue arrojado su cuerpo sin vida en 1973
- REUTERS - 28-11-2009
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Tiger Woods


Tiger Woods junto a su mujer Elin Nordegren
Tiger Woods junto a su mujer Elin Nordegren.
- REUTERS - 28-11-2009

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El País

Uruguay elige Presidente


Uruguay elige presidente
Partidarios del Frente Amplio ayer agitan banderas en Montevideo.
- EFE - 29-11-2009

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El País

Antiglbalización


ANTIGLOBALIZACIÓN. Varios manifestantes participan en una protesta contra la VII Conferencia Ministerial de la OMC (Organización Mundial del Comercio) en Ginebra
EPA/KEYSTONE
ABC

Australia: Santa Fun Run


LLEGÓ LA NAVIDAD. Más de 1.800 personas vistieron trajes de Papá Noel durante su participación en la inauguración del Santa Fun Run, en Sidney (Australia), organizado por el Variety Club para apoyar una organización benéfica para niños.
EPA/AAP
ABC

Zelaya: "Obama ha arreglado su casa pero ha desharreglado la nuestra


Urnas embaladas para las elecciones de Honduras
Un funcionario ordena las urnas en la sede del Tribunal Supremo Electoral, en Tegucigalpa.
- REUTERS - 29-11-2009
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Protestas contra la violencia machista en Italia


Protesta contra la violencia machista en Italia
Protesta contra la violencia machista en Italia. "Mujer en vaqueros, mujer violada", dice la primera pancarta.
- AFP - 29-11-2009
El País

Federer eliminado


Roger Federer
Roger Federer se lamenta tras un fallo.
- REUTERS - 29-11-2009
El País

Nikolay Davydenko finalista del Master


Nikolay Davydenko
Nikolay Davydenko, durante el partido contra Roger Federer.
- AFP - 29-11-2009
El País

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


A derailed coach
Photograph: Ivan Sekretarev/AP
The Guardian

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


A police officer guards a damaged coach
Photograph: Ivan Sekretarev/AP
The Guardian

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


Villagers pass by damaged railway carriages
Photograph: Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP
The Guardian

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


Workers inspect a damaged carriage
Photograph: Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP
The Guardian

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


A man injured in the crash arrives at Moskovsky train station in St Petersburg
Photograph: Alexander Demianchuk/Reuters
The Guardian

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


A Russian police officer guards a damaged coach
Photograph: Ivan Sekretarev/AP
The Guardian

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


Passengers, one of them injured, walk along the track away from the derailment
Photograph: Ivan Sekretarev/AP
The Guardian

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


An investigator walks past damaged track
Photograph: Denis Sinyakov/Reuters
The Guardian

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


Railway workers stand next to a damaged coach
Photograph: Ivan Sekretarev/AP
The Guardian

Aftermath of the Russian train crash


28 November 2009: Russian authorities are investigating the possibility of a bomb attack after a train derailment near Uglovka killed dozens of people
Workers inspect a damaged railway carriage
Photograph: Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP
The Guardian

Raw Video: Annual Berlin Santa Convention

César Vidal entrevista al actor José Luis Pellicena - 27-11-09

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


A ship crosses the setting sun off the coast of Dubai
Photograph: Steve Crisp/Reuters
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


Madinat Jumeirah resort and Burj al Arab hotel
Photograph: Jean-Pierre Lescourret/ Jean-Pierre Lescourret/Corbis
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


Burj Dubai, built by US architect Adrian Smith
Photograph: Oliver Lang/AFP/Getty Images
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


The new subway network going through Sheikh Zayed road
Photograph: Karim Sahib/AFP/Getty Images
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


Fireworks light up the sky at the launch of the Atlantis hotel at Palm Jumeirah
Photograph: Ian West/PA
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


Workers walk past Burj Dubai, the world's tallest man-made structure. The building, which will reach a final height of 900m when finished, is being developed by the real estate giant Emaar Properties. The opening is expected to take place in January 2010
Photograph: Karim Sahib/AFP/Getty Images
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


Burj al Arab hotel (centre), Jumeirah Beach hotel and marina (foreground), Medinat al Jumeirah hotel and tourist complex (left) and Palm Island (background)
Photograph: Jorge Ferrari/EPA
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


Dubai International airport
Photograph: Massimo Borchi/Corbis
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


Residential buildings under construction
Photograph: Jorge Ferrari/EPA
The Guardian

Friday, November 27, 2009

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


Burj Al Arab hotel
Photograph: Joson/Corbis
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


The new town with the Jumeirah Emirates Towers
Photograph: Massimo Borchi/Corbis
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


The desert and road construction works around Dubai
Photograph: Olivier Matthys/EPA
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


A villa on a private artificial island on The World development, five miles off the coast of Dubai
Photograph: Jorge Ferrari/EPA
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


An aerial view of the Palm Island project, an offshore development built in the shape of a palm tree
Photograph: Jorge Ferrari/EPA
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


Emiratis check details of The World development – an artificial archipelago that will consist of 300 small islands built offshore in the shape of a map of the world – at the Arabian travel market in Dubai
Photograph: Jorge Ferrari/EPA
The Guardian

Rise and fall of Dubai's real estate


After decades of unprecedented growth, Dubai's overheated economy is reaching its melting point. Dubai World, the state-owned real-estate and ports giant that has driven much of the economic expansion in the city-state in recent years, has asked for a moratorium on its debt. The government's announcement came after the local stock market had shut and on the eve of the Eid holidays. Many international celebrities and sportsmen have properties in the most populated city of the United Arab Emirates
Heavy early morning fog near the Dubai marina
Photograph: Steve Crisp/Reuters
The Guardian

Jamarat


Camino a la Meca
Peregrinos musulmanes participan en el ritual sagrado de 'Jamarat' cerca de la Meca, en Arabia Saudí. En esta celebración simbolizan el apedreamiento de Satanás.
Mahmud Hams / AFP
El Mundo

Sexo en el museo y tortas de divorcio

Honduras: entre elecciones y dudas

¡Increible!


Extravagancia inmobiliaria

Vista general del Hotel Palm, en Dubai, después de que los mercados mundiales se conmovieran tras solicitar una moratoria de la deuda de su 'holding' Dubai World.
Alí Haider / EFE
El Mundo

Elección histórica en Honduras

Dubai: ¿problema regional o global?

Inundaciones en el norte de Francia


Incredulidad
Unos vecinos permanecen cerca de sus viviendas inundadas en la ciudad de Polincove, al norte de Francia.

Pascal Rossignol / REUTERS
El Mundo

La nave Atlantis


Suave aterrizaje

La Nave Atlantis aterriza en el Centro Espacial Kennedy, en Caño Cañaveral, Florida.

Matt Stroshane / AFP
El Mundo

¿Quién debe pegar?



¡Mía, no, mía!


Final del Campeonato de Dobles de tenis en el torneo Barclays de la ATP, en Londres.


Carl de Souza / AFP


El Mundo

Demasiada basura en el río sagrado

Tras el rastro de una isla perdida

Irán niega "confiscar" Premio Nobel

Wednesday, November 25, 2009


Filipino protesters hold up placards in a rally condemning the Maguindanao massacre
Photograph: Dennis M. Sabangan/EPA
The Guardian

Political massacre in Maguindanao Philippines


Filipinos hold a candlelight vigil for victims of pre-election violence
Photograph: Rolex Dela Pena/EPA
The Guardian

Political massacre in Maguindanao Philippines


A student places a candle among prayer offerings for the victims of election-related violence
Photograph: Romeo Ranoco/Reuters
The Guardian

Political massacre in Maguindanao Philippines


The bodies of victims are recovered following the massacre
Photograph: Jeoffrey Maitem/Getty Images
The Guardian

Political massacre in Maguindanao Philippines


Civilians lift their shirts at a military checkpoint in Ampatuan
Photograph: Aaron Favila/AP
The Guardian

Political massacre in Maguindanao Philippines


The wife of a local reporter is led away as he lies on the ground at the scene of the massacre of a political clan, which included several journalists
Photograph: Erik De Castro/Reuters
The Guardian