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The 5 things you should know this February 13: Can the coronavirus spread through the pipes?

2020-02-13T11:16:14.247Z

Can the coronavirus spread through the bathroom pipes? What Pope Francis thinks about married priests in the Amazon. The recommendation of NASA astronaut Chris ...



Can the coronavirus spread through the bathroom pipes? What Pope Francis thinks about married priests in the Amazon. The recommendation of NASA astronaut Christina Koch. This is what you should know to start the day. First the truth.

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Who is Bernie Sanders?

It's independent. Seeks for the second time the Democratic nomination for the US presidency He is leading the contest. Here is a glimpse into the life of Bernie Sanders, senator for Vermont and presidential candidate of 2020.

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Can the coronavirus spread through the bathroom pipes?

Two cases in Hong Kong triggered alarms among health officials that the virus could have been transmitted through pipes in a building. In that densely populated territory, this could cause hundreds of people to become infected in the supposed security of their own homes. But could this have led to a possible spread of the virus? We explain it here.

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Revictimization in a feminicide

A new case of feminicide in Mexico has unleashed outrage over the treatment that some media have given to the circumstances in which Ingrid Escamilla, a 25-year-old girl, was brutally murdered on Sunday. A look at the controversy in a society plagued by gender violence.

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Emilio Lozoya arrested

The former director of Petróleos Mexicanos, Emilio Lozoya, was arrested Wednesday in Malaga. Spanish authorities say they executed an international arrest warrant issued in Mexico. In July 2019, a judge in Mexico ordered the arrest of the former director of Pemex, accused of having accepted $ 10 million in exchange for granting public works contracts to the Brazilian company Odebrecht. Two years earlier, when the accusations came to light in a journalistic investigation, Lozoya denied that anyone had bribed him. Lozoya's lawyer said that the crimes charged to him "do not merit preventive detention."

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Married priests? Francisco rejects the idea

Last year, Pope Francis called for "bold proposals" to meet the spiritual needs of Catholics in the Amazon, a vast region with a shortage of clergy. But in a papal document published on Wednesday, Francisco ignored the boldest suggestion: allow married priests.

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At coffee time

The first baby gorilla at the Los Angeles Zoo in over 20 years is a female

The Los Angeles Zoo announced the birth of a baby gorilla. Officials say it is historic because a birth had not been registered in more than 20 years.

The secret of Birds of Prey

CNN's Pop Zone spoke with the protagonists of " Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)." This is how a group of empowered women make a space in the Gothic City of Batman and the Joker.

A South Carolina man almost threw away a winning $ 100,000 lottery ticket

The man, whose name is not listed in the South Carolina Education Lottery, had purchased a Palmetto Cash 5 lottery ticket at a BP gas station in Newberry, South Carolina.

Three little brothers fight against the same and unusual childhood cancer

Angie and Aaron Rush have three children: Tristen, 5, Caison, 3, and Carter, 7 months, and all have been diagnosed with retinoblastoma. This is his story.

Meet Siba, the poodle that won the Westminster canine contest

Siba, a standard poodle, was the winner on Tuesday in the 144th edition of the Westminster club dog contest in New York. Nearly 3,000 dogs from around the world participated in the competition.

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The day's figure

2 billion

WhatsApp has accumulated two billion users, 500 million more than it had at the end of 2017, the company announced Wednesday.

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The date of the day

"Do what scares you"

NASA astronaut Christina Koch returned to Earth last Thursday after a record 328 days in space, the longest space flight performed by a woman. In a press conference he reflected on what he learned in space.

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And to finish…

Sonya, the French bulldog expert on the skateboard

Sonya is a 5-year-old French bulldog who lives in Russia. Its owner, Dimitry, said Sonya showed interest in the skateboard since she was a puppy and decided to buy it.

Source: cnnespanol

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