Fakes news: Corona beer founder has not turned Spanish villagers into millionaires Play

Fakes news: Corona beer founder has not turned Spanish villagers into millionaires

Antonino Fernández, the founder and chairman of Corona Beer brewery Grupo Modelo, died a billionaire aged 99 in August. He came from humble beginnings in the small village of Cerezales del Condado in the north-western Spanish province of Leon. After marrying his wife Cinia González Díez in Spain, the couple moved to Mexico where they began working for the Grupo Modelo brewery, owned by her uncle. By 1971 Fernández was CEO of the company, turning Corona into an export phenomenon. Now hes giving back to the village where he was raised. Nov 25, 2016
Colombia signs amended peace deal with FARC rebels Play

Colombia signs amended peace deal with FARC rebels

Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos and Marxist Farc rebel leader Rodrigo Londono signed a new, revised peace accord on 24 November. The new agreement will end 52 years of war, and was put together in a month after the original was defeated in a referendum on 2 October. This time it will not be put to a popular vote but will be presented to Congress directly. Nov 25, 2016