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The US exceeds 600,000 deaths from covid-19. Remittances: which are the countries in the world and in Latin America that received the most in 2020? | World | CNN



The US exceeds 600,000 deaths from covid-19.

Remittances: which are the countries in the world and in Latin America that received the most in 2020?

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The meeting of Biden and Putin

Joe Biden's meeting with Vladimir Putin on Wednesday is one of the most critical summits in recent times, and not just because relations between the two nations - which together possess 90% of the world's nuclear weapons - have deteriorated. .

Putin and Biden have had the last 20 years to measure each other, but they have only met once.

Biden led the "reboot" in 2009, but has also said he doesn't trust Putin.

  • The facts you should know about the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin

  • Biden has years of experience dealing with Russian leaders.

    Here are some key moments

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USA exceeds 600,000 deaths from covid-19

The United States has surpassed 600,000 deaths since the coronavirus pandemic began, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

About 1 in 550 people in the US has died from the virus.

  • What you should know about the reopening of California

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Remittances: which are the countries in the world and in Latin America that received the most in 2020?

Remittances, which in a few words are the remittances of money from fellow citizens from a foreign country to their country of origin, are a strong support for the economy of several nations, especially those that are developing.

The country that dominates the list of Latin American nations that received the most remittances in 2020 is Mexico.

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What we know about the Trump leak scandal

We first learned that now-former President Donald Trump's Justice Department secretly obtained records on communications from members of the press.

We later learned that he was secretly seeking data on the communications of his political enemies in Congress.

Now we learn that he was secretly seeking information about communications from Trump's own White House attorney, Don McGahn.

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Record heat wave

There is danger that all-time high-temperature records will be broken this week as a dangerous heat wave ravages much of the western United States, an area that already begs for moisture due to the exceptional drought.

At coffee time

Makeup can contain potentially toxic chemicals 

One study found high levels of a toxic substance marker PFAS in 52% of 231 makeup products purchased in the United States and Canada.

The "Beauty and the Beast" series is coming to Disney +

It is a story "as old as time" ... and now you can see it on demand television.

Ten of the best hotels in the world for a time to splurge

From tropical island getaways, from the Maldives to Hawaii, to glamorous city breaks to Sydney, Hollywood and Singapore, we're dreaming and saving for these post-pandemic splurges.

The explanation of why you hate the sound of your own voice

The discomfort we feel hearing our voices on audio recordings is probably due to a mixture of physiology and psychology.

A new space telescope could detect potentially dangerous asteroids heading for Earth

The 6-meter-long infrared telescope would bolster the planetary defense by helping astronomers find asteroids and comets that come within 30 million miles of Earth's orbit.

The number of the day

130%

Shares of the cannabis company Tilray are up more than 130% this year.

Quote of the day

“We have decided to make a temporary interruption of the recurring mobilizations that we had been doing on Wednesdays.

That does not mean that social mobilization will stop in Colombia, social mobilization in Colombia will continue because the causes that have generated it remain in force ”.

National Unemployment Committee announces temporary interruption of protests in Colombia.

Day selection

10 gifts for Father's Day 

Good, cute and cheap gifts for dad that will arrive in time for Sunday.

And to finish…

María Celeste Arrarás and “Don Francisco” arrive on CNN en Español in prime time on Sundays

Two of the most recognized figures on television join CNN en Español: María Celeste Arrarás and the beloved presenter Mario Kreutzberger "Don Francisco."

The renowned journalist will lead the network's new block of documentaries and investigation, while Kreutzberger returns with a new edition of "Don Francisco: Reflections."

CNN en Español revealed its new Sunday schedule after achieving its third consecutive year of primetime television growth and its largest digital audience since the launch of CNNEspanol.com.

Source: cnnespanol

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