NASA publishes a photo of the Sun in which it looks like a Halloween pumpkin. Apple TV + is released with content from Oprah, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Steven Spielberg and JJ Abrams. This is what you need to know to start the day. First the truth.
1. Alberto Fernández, virtual winner of the presidential election in Argentina
The opposition candidate Alberto Fernández won first round in Argentina, although with a smaller difference than expected against Mauricio Macri. Fernández, whose vice president will be ex-president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, assured the victory without going to ballot because it added more than 45% of the votes.
2. Trump did not inform the Democrats about the operation against Baghdadi
President Donald Trump admitted Sunday that the White House did not inform some key Democrats about the bold raid that resulted in the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The decision not to make notable leaders known goes against the usual tradition of high profile operations. Bipartisan praise for the US mission It was undermined by criticism that the Trump administration did not inform congressional leaders about this in advance and emerged amid broader concerns about strategy in the region after the US withdraw troops from Syria.
3. Demonstration in Barcelona in favor of Spanish unity
Weekend of mobilizations in Barcelona, Spain. This Sunday, some 80,000 people, according to data from the Urban Guard, demonstrated in the Catalan capital in favor of the unity of Spain and against the "Procés". Vera Cataño was at the demonstration and this is the report.
4. Electoral questioning in Bolivia
The Electoral Body of Bolivia presented on Friday 100% of the electoral records scrutinized. The official calculation is being questioned from many fronts. One of them is made up of a group of engineers who say they have no political affiliation. We talked with Édgar Villegas, computer systems engineer and who led this analysis, in which he says that about 3% of the minutes had alterations. Villegas also notes that information on the website of the Electoral Body of Bolivia began to disappear after he and his team made their analysis public.
5. Political judgment inquiries
Two key witnesses in the political trial investigation testify this week. This Monday it is expected that the ex-advisor of the president for national security matters, Charles Kupperman, will appear in a closed session. He reportedly heard the call between the president of the United States, Donald Trump, and the president of Ukraine, who is at the center of the investigation. In addition, this Thursday Timothy Morrison, one of Russia and Europe’s top advisors to the National Security Council, must confirm that Trump pressured Ukraine for political aid in exchange for US aid.
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Apple TV + is launched
The new streaming service will include original Oprah content, a new show starring Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, and collaborations with Steven Spielberg and JJ Abrams
Two Southwest pilots watched live video of a plane's bathroom in the cabin, a lawsuit alleges
The alleged incident occurred on February 27, 2017, while Renee Steinaker was working on flight 1088 from Pittsburgh to Phoenix, according to the complaint that Steinaker and her husband, David Steinaker, filed against the airline and the pilots.
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“John Kelly never said that, he never said something like that. If I had said I would have kicked him out of office. He just wants to get back into action like everyone else. ”
President Donald Trump disputed in a statement to CNN the version of former White House secretary general John Kelly that he warned the president before leaving the White House last year not to hire a replacement that would not tell him the truth or that would be subjected to political trial.
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NASA publishes photo of the Sun in which it looks like a Halloween pumpkin
The space agency captured the spooky image on October 8, 2014. The face is the result of active regions of the sun that burn more intensely than others, NASA said.