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The pope's trip to Iraq could be the most dangerous yet.

This would be the third stimulus check in the US

Here's what you need to know to start your day


Truth first



The countries where the death rate from covid-19 is highest

The risk of death from covid-19 is approximately 10 times higher in countries where the majority of the population is overweight, according to a report published by the World Obesity Forum.

  • Russian Sputnik V vaccine expands reach in Latin America


This would be the third stimulus check in the US.

US President Joe Biden struck a deal with moderate Democrats to lower income eligibility for the next round of $ 1,400 stimulus checks, which is included in a bill the Senate is expected to address. soon, a Democratic source told CNN.

  • Guide to what to expect from the Senate economic stimulus package

The details of the possible new US stimulus check 3:46


The pandemic causes unprecedented poverty in Latin America

2020 ended with another 22 million poor people in Latin America and the Caribbean.

In total, 209 million people live in poverty, according to the annual report of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).

The agency says it is an unprecedented figure.

Collective immunity in America would be reached in 2023 10:34


Pope's Iraq trip could be the most dangerous yet

Strict measures were taken to mitigate the risks of Francis' visit to Iraq, which is considered the pope's most dangerous trip so far, both due to a national increase in coronavirus cases and a spike in violence in the country. ravaged by war.

The objectives of the pope's visit to Iraq 2:02


One reason kids binge eat

Children ages 9-11 in the U.S. who spend more time in front of screens are more likely to develop what is known as binge eating disorder, a study found, and social media is the main culprit .


At coffee time

The world's first space hotel, Voyager Station, could open in 2027

If you daydream about future travel while stuck at home during the pandemic, why fantasize about the beaches of Bali or the canals of Venice when vacations in space could be your future?

What is HPV?

What You Need to Know About Cancer Vaccines, Symptoms, and Risks

The human papillomavirus, also known as HPV, is a common sexually transmitted disease in adolescents and adults.

Disney to close 60 stores in the US and Canada

Once a mainstay of shopping malls, the Disney Store is going to drastically reduce the number of stores it has in North America.

Disney will close 60 stores in these countries 0:54

Stolen 16th-century armor returned to the Louvre, decades after the robbery

A Renaissance-era helmet and body armor, made in Milan and inlaid in gold and silver, returned to the Paris museum almost 40 years after their theft.

Dollar Tree Announces New Stores As Demand For Discount Retailers Soars

Dollar Tree said it will open 600 stores this year, continuing the strong growth of “dollar everything” chain stores across the United States.

The number of the day

77 hours

Unaccompanied immigrant children are held by the Border Patrol for an average of 77 hours, internal documents show.

Quote of the day

"I don't know how they could expect us to remain silent after all this time, if the firm is playing an active role in perpetuating falsehoods about us."

Meghan Markle accuses Buckingham Palace of 'perpetuating falsehoods' against her and Harry.

Buckingham Palace reacts to criticism from Meghan 0:39

Selection of the day

This toy teaches little ones to program

It can be controlled from the cell phone and serves to stimulate the learning of mathematics.

And to finish…

Would you try windsurfing in a sea of ​​ice?

We leave you the impressive images

These impressive images are in the Baltic Sea, off the coast of Helsinki, Finland, where some athletes windsurfed on the frozen waters.

According to the AFP agency, the people reached a speed close to 100 km / h.

Here we show you.

Athletes windsurfed on frozen waters 0:31

Source: cnnespanol

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