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The FDA will discuss the rules to authorize the vaccine against covid-19 in children.

Seven opposition leaders arrested in Nicaragua.

The most livable cities in 2021.

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

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Truth first.

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Biden's first trip abroad as president

The US president arrived in Europe on Wednesday on his first presidential trip abroad.

For Joe Biden, who has a long history in foreign policy, this week will be very different from what he is used to: He will speak to foreign leaders - including Putin - as his equal and not as someone else's envoy.

It's the position you've long longed for, but now comes with new challenges, including the pandemic and critical decisions about the distribution of covid-19 vaccines.

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FDA to discuss regulations to authorize vaccine in children

Vaccine advisers from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will meet this Thursday to discuss what information the agency should request to consider giving the green light to vaccination against covid-19 in children under 12 years of age. .

This includes how many children should participate in clinical trials and how much safety information will be needed.

  • The 'Two-Way Pandemic', EU Vaccine Passports, and Project S: What You Need to Know About Covid-19 This Week

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Seven opposition leaders arrested in Nicaragua

In less than a week, and within months of a crucial election, the Nicaraguan police have arrested seven prominent opposition leaders.

In the past, Daniel Ortega's regime has applied a heavy hand against the opposition: When anti-government protests broke out in the country in 2018, at least 322 people died and thousands were injured.

This is the situation now.

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  • The Secretary General of the OAS proposes suspending Nicaragua from the body after "unprecedented attack" against opponents

  • US sanctions Nicaraguan officials of the Ortega government, including his daughter

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Fujimori announces that it filed annulment appeals in Peru

Peruvian presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori announced that her party, Fuerza Popular, filed nullity actions at 802 tables nationwide for alleged irregularities in the party of her opponent, Pedro Castillo.

"Let's not fall for provocations from those who want to see this country in chaos," replied Castillo, who so far remains ahead of Fujimori with more than 99% of the tally sheets.

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These are the most livable cities in 2021

New Zealand has received high praise for its management of the pandemic, so it is perhaps not surprising that one of its cities ranked first in The Economist's annual Global Habitability Index.

Look here which are the best rated cities throughout the world.

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A "ring of fire" solar eclipse lights up the sky

The Moon partially blocked the Sun early Thursday, leading to a "ring of fire" solar eclipse.

Here we explain how these events can be viewed safely and review the rest of the eclipses, full moons and meteor showers that are coming.

Are you an owl or a lark?

One could protect you from depression

Do you wake up early, full of energy and ready to start the day?

Or do you set the alarm as late as possible and crawl to work?

Being a morning or night person can affect your risk for depression, according to a new sleep study.

Biden repeals Trump decrees on TikTok and WeChat

President Joe Biden revoked a series of decrees signed during the Trump administration that targeted TikTok, WeChat and other Chinese apps, and replaced them with a new one that the White House says seeks to protect the personal information of Americans.

They rescue a dog that roamed the Arctic for days

The crew of a Russian icebreaker found and rescued a dog that had been roaming the Arctic waters for more than a week.

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez: a look into their lives

J.Lo and Ben Affleck are shown together more and more often.

Does Bennifer 2.0 really surprise you?

We review here the chronology of the duo from 2001.

The number of the day

2,079

Lego gets nostalgic with a classic 2,000+ piece typewriter with movable keys and roller.

Quote of the day

“Latin America and Argentina especially we are Latin Americanists above all things, we believe in Latin America and in the unity of our continent but I am also particularly European, I am someone who believes in Europe.

Because from Europe, Octavio Paz once wrote that the Mexicans came from the Indians, the Brazilians came from the jungle, but we Argentines came from the ships and they were ships that came from there from Europe ”.

The president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, opened a controversy on Wednesday with this phrase that on social networks was quickly described as racist and that he wrongly attributed to an author who was not.

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This Samsung Smart TV is a good option if you are thinking of changing your old television

The 55-inch Samsung Crystal has a function to duplicate the content of your smartphone just by bringing it closer.

And to finish…

These high-heeled Crocs could cost up to $ 1,000

What do you get when you combine the comfort of Crocs with the agony of heels?

Check out the new hybrid from the design house Balenciaga that is causing a sensation on the networks.

Source: cnnespanol

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