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The police arrived immediately and discovered to their horror that it was some kind of graveyard. After questioning several residents, they found one, Dennis Nilsen, who calmly and coolly confessed that he had killed 15 or 16 men. They had just discovered the ‘Tie Killer’, also known as the ‘Butcher of Muswell Hills’.
Over the next decade he traveled half of Europe and the Middle East in the supply corps. He learned to carve and quarter cattle with a knife and at twenty-seven ended his service voluntarily with the rank of corporal and a decoration. He had become disenchanted.
The next day, he put the body in a closet and when he returned from work, he sat it on a kitchen chair and began photographing it with his Polaroid camera. He wanted to have a memory of him in different positions. For two weeks, Nilsen lived with Kenneth’s corpse in a routine that included watching TV or eating at the table. When night came, he would hide it under the floor of the apartment.
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Thanks to the great team work done by the Rotary E-Club of Latin America and the Rotaract E-Latinoamerica Club, both 100% virtual, we were able to carry out a successful Virtual RYLA in three sessions of 4 hours each on May 17, 24 and 31.
Apart from the prompt solutions and the fact that we were able to carry out the first session of our virtual RYLA, we must highlight the patience and understanding of the participants, most of them young Rotaract and Interact members from more than 30 different countries, who warmly supported the organizing team with hundreds of friendly and dynamic messages of tolerance and respect during the time in which it was not possible to connect right at the beginning of the first session. Also, the attentiveness of the participants to the event was evident, resulting in very interesting questions to our wonderful speakers. This is Rotary!
At a time when many of us may be feeling depressed because social distancing patterns do not allow us to see or embrace our friends and loved ones, it is comforting to see that it is not all bad news in the fight against disease.
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The sponsorship agreement between Mapei and the new national project Tigers Tennis was signed at the facilities of the Club Recreativo Repsol-Petróleo in Puertollano. Mapei was represented at the event by the Business Manager of Mapei Spain, Joaquim Cantacorps, and the Product Manager and Specialist of Mapei’s Sports System Technology line, Eugenio Vigueiras and Juan Luis Capote…
The demolition of seawalls in coastal areas is one of the jobs in which CRAS intervenes with some frequency, to the satisfaction and peace of mind of customers. The demolition cement manufactured by Kayati SL, a company from Alava, can be used safely and efficiently in underwater environments.
Grupo Ibricks has grown by 34% in 2021. This growth was mainly due to the incorporation of 30 new warehouses to the purchasing and services center, the entry of new suppliers and the significant increase in the loyalty of its almost 500 associated warehouses…
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The German students, at the end of November 2012, presented their master’s theses in Germany, in which Dr. Graniel Castro was their co-advisor during the development of their thesis work, which is listed below:
The project “Observatorio Regional para el Monitoreo y Vigilancia del Agua del Sureste (OBSERVA)”, proposed through the Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán, AC, (CICY), arose in response to the call M0037-2012-01 of the Fondo Institucional de Fomento Regional para el Desarrollo Científico, Tecnológico y de Innovación(FORDECYT), of the Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACYT). In this project, the study “Regional Observatory for Water Monitoring and Surveillance in the State of Yucatan” was proposed for the State of Yucatan. Dr. Eduardo H. Graniel Castro, a member of the Hydraulics and Hydrology academic staff of this School of Engineering, is responsible for this project.
The project is in charge of Dr. Laura Hernández Terrones, from the Quintana Roo Water Center, and involves federal, state and municipal institutions from the states of Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatán and Quintana Roo, as well as academics from the research institutions of each state and from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.