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Why is it so difficult to dethrone Google.

The bad news of the covid-19 in Europe.

This is what you need to know to start the day.

Truth first. 

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Highlights from the latest Trump-Biden debate

In a much more coherent and organized debate than the previous one, in which many topics were covered without so many interruptions, Donald Trump and Joe Biden met in the second and final debate before the elections on November 3.

The president maintained his stance on the coronavirus, although he repeated several of the false claims he has made throughout the pandemic, and criticized Biden for his stance on criminal laws in the 1990s that affected the black community.

The Democratic candidate spoke about his "Bidencare" health plan, distanced himself from Barack Obama's management in terms of immigration reform and deportations and criticized Trump for his bank account in China.

Check out the highlights here.

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Why is it so difficult to dethrone Google

Google accounts for more than 92% of the global search engine market, according to analytics website StatCounter.

Google Chrome controls 66% of the world's web browsing and nearly three-quarters of smartphones use Google's Android operating system.

Now that the US Department of Justice is investigating Google for alleged anti-competitive search abuse, here's what to consider about the internet giant.

US accuses Google of monopolistic practices 1:59

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The safety mechanism of COVID-19 vaccine trials

A volunteer in the phase 3 study of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine being developed in Brazil has died.

Dr. Elmer Huerta clarifies what the safety mechanism is for volunteers in clinical trials.

In addition, it explains why the Data and Safety Monitoring Board allowed the trial to continue despite the death of the participant.

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Trials continue after vaccine volunteer death 2:00

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The bad news of covid-19 in Europe

Europe is in the midst of the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic and a particularly worrying trend is starting to emerge: more older people are becoming infected.

Covid-19 infections increase in Europe 2:56

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A look at the search for the parents of the 545 children separated at the border

Activists say the pandemic has made it harder to find the parents that the Trump administration separated from their children on the US-Mexico border.

But they are determined to keep trying.

At coffee time

This super beetle can survive being driven over by a car

Scientists developing new materials are studying a rare source of force: a beetle that can withstand being driven over by a car.

Pelé turns 80

This is a review of some of the achievements and statements of the Brazilian soccer leader.

Pele says he never thought it would be a great figure 1:05

They discover a possible new organ in the human throat

A group of scientists from the Netherlands said they have discovered a pair of previously overlooked glands that are hidden in our skulls where the nasal cavity and throat meet.

They find a possible new organ in the human body 1:03

The number of the day

30,000

Moderna Reaches Target of 30,000 Participants in Phase 3 Covid-19 Vaccine Trial in the US

Quote of the day

«Ansu is an exceptional boy who deserves respect like any human being.

No to racism and no to rudeness »

Soccer player Antoine Griezmann asked for respect for his teammate Ansu Fati, after a Spanish journalist described him in terms considered racist.

Journalist apologizes for racist comment on Fati 1:26

Day selection

A next-gen iPad for $ 299

Apple's latest tablet is available again at its lowest ever price, a surprising offering for a very powerful and versatile device that hasn't been on the market for a month.

And to finish…

See how zookeepers raise this baby gorilla

Keepers at Bristol Zoo, UK, care for this baby gorilla around the clock, including bottle feeding at night, as it does not get enough milk from its mother to survive.

Zoo keepers help this baby gorilla 1:31

Source: cnnespanol

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