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El gráfico muestra eventos noticiosos en mayo 2024.


Agenda Mundial para Mayo 2024

By Jordi Bou

May 1, 2024 - May 31, 2024 - Entre los eventos de mayo estará la entrada en vigor de dosnuevas leyes, una de movilización en Ucrania y otra contra el aborto en Florida, elecciones cruciales en Sudáfrica, la terminación de un muelle flotante para llevar ayuda a Gaza, el lanzamiento de la más reciente misión lunar de China, la celebración del bicentenario de la Galería Nacional de Londres, la inauguración de un nuevo e innovador museo de arte en Noruega y el Festival de la Canción Eurovisión en Suecia .

May 1, U.S.: Florida enacts a new state law outlawing abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. The law, and a later referendum on the issue, makes the Sunshine State a pivotal battleground in November’s election.

May 10, UK: The National Gallery in London celebrates its bicentenary, kicking off a year-long festival of art that includes a blockbuster Van Gogh exhibition.

May 11, Norway: Kunstsilo, a ground-breaking new museum in Kristiansand, opens its doors. The converted 1935 grain silo boasts the world’s largest collection of Scandinavian art.

May 11, Sweden: The country hosts the Eurovision Song Contest for the seventh time, with the Grand Final taking place in the Malmö Arena.

May 18, Ukraine: A new mobilization law to replenish Ukraine’s exhausted and depleted troops comes into force. It includes incentives for volunteers and penalties for those trying to evade service.

May 29, South Africa: Cyril Rampahosa’s ruling ANC party is widely predicted to lose its parliamentary majority for the first time since 1994, with record power cuts and high levels of unemployment among voter complaints.

May, Gaza: The U.S. military aims to complete a floating pier to provide food and other desperately needed humanitarian assistance via sea. The dock should deliver some two million meals a day to Gaza’s 2.2m residents.

May, China: The Chang’e-6 mission is scheduled to launch on a first ever attempt to collect samples from the far side of the moon.

PUBLISHED: 24/04/2024; Getty Images, Las Vegas Review-Journal, NASA, Sotheby’s; STORY: Graphic News; PICTURES: Getty Images, The National Gallery, Mestres Wåge Arquitectes