26.03.18 / News / Author: / Comments Off on Government
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It is the second Spanish institution, after the Moncloa, it is to exceed that figure. The @policia gives advice on security issues to the citizens. The police also has a channel in English, to speak to the FBI. After the success of the Government’s official account, @desdelamoncloa, the national police is the second public Spanish institution exceed 25,000 followers on the Twitter social network where @policia gives advice on security matters and attends to the concerns of Internet users. Encounters with the Brigade of technological investigation or the publication of tips grouped under the label #veranoseguro, are some of the initiatives that have helped to consolidate the account of the police in the network of microblogging, open since March 2009. The police has a channel in English, @SpanishPolice, others to communicate with other law enforcement bodies, such as the FBI, and media from around the world.

As reported by the national police through a note, the reception of the information tuiteros and Police security advice is excellent, as shows that in a few months has doubled the number of followers. Although @policia does not follow any other profile on Twitter, yes it attends and responds to all messages, mentions, inquiries and requests from his followers, most often, through a private message and in public only if that information is of general interest considered. In other social networks this social network is also used to receive contributions from anonymous citizens on international crime and terrorism. Of 25,000 users who follow the account of the police, one-fifth are identified as journalists or media. YouTube, with more than 40 videos of police visible to the public, the web to share Flickr photos and social networks Facebook and Tuenti are other pages in which this security force has official presence. Source of the news: the national police more than 25,000 followers on Twitter


07.12.16 / News / Author: / Comments Off on Movies
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The film, which moves away from the history of vampires that Alfredson recreated in dejame entrar, tells a story of spies in the cold war. Mostra gets serious with films about immigration. The Venice Festival continues to offer samples of the best cinema in its Edition this year. This Monday was the turn of mole, a great story of spies in the war cold to which the director, Tomas Alfredson, and actors, Gary Oldman, Colin Firth or John Hurt, knew how to give the exact tone. Additional information is available at NYC Mayor. Based on a novel by John Le Carre which already took to television with Alec Guinness in the seventies, Alfredson (let me) performs all an exercise of containment and rhythm to tell a complicated story of spies in which none of the characters is what it seems.

With a careful aesthetics – inspired me in painting and music, said Swedish director-, a script that works perfectly and a few actors who have understand fully their characters, the Mole has been very well received in Venice, where he participated in the official competition. The entire weight of the film rests on the shoulders of a Gary Oldman, who plays agent George Smiley and makes it quite far way to its histrionics of recent years. In the past I have interpreted quite frantic characters and which were expressed in a very physical way. I have now had the opportunity to interpret something very different, said British actor in the press conference of presentation of the film. A role that thanked Alfredson – fortunately – saw something in me, since he acknowledged that the players are at the mercy of the industry and the imagination of those who carried out the casting for movies. A role that has not imported you lose the last winner of the Oscar – for the King’s speech – his compatriot Colin Firth.