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FDA advisers recommend authorization of the pill from Merck.

Hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean is at its highest point in two decades, according to the UN.

This is what you need to know to start the day.

Truth first.


Latin American countries that have imposed travel restrictions for the omicron variant

Concern over the omicron variant of the coronavirus has sparked a wave of travel restrictions and temporary flight bans around the world.

These Latin American countries have also taken action.

  • The map of the countries where the omicron variant of the coronavirus is present

  • Why the WHO skipped two letters of the Greek alphabet to name the omicron variant

  • How the new variant of coronavirus omicron affects your travel plans

  • This is the reason why you will have to wait weeks to know how dangerous the omicron variant is


Hunger in the region is at its highest point in two decades

Tens of millions of people go hungry in Latin America and the Caribbean as the covid-19 pandemic exacerbates a regional malnutrition crisis to its worst levels in decades, according to the United Nations.

Hunger in Latin America reaches a peak in more than 20 years due to pandemic 2:18


The State Department removes the FARC from the list of terrorist organizations

The State Department removed the FARC - Revolutionary Forces of Colombia - from its list of foreign terrorist organizations and specially designated global terrorists, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced in a statement on Tuesday.

US Removes FARC from Terrorism List 0:40


The Bolivian Prosecutor's Office accuses former President Jeanine Áñez of a coup d'état

The Bolivian Attorney General's Office on Tuesday accused former President Jeanine Áñez Chávez of assuming the presidency in an "unconstitutional manner" and without complying with the laws of her country, when she governed for a year from November 2019.


FDA Advisors Recommend Merck Pill Authorization

Advisers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) voted Tuesday 13-10 in favor of recommending the emergency use authorization of a pill manufactured by Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics to help treat covid-19.


FDA will decide on Merck's covid-19 pill 0:46


At coffee time

From Fauci to Chadwick: Here Are Some Of The Most Popular Pet Names This Year

Dog parks are likely to be filled with more puppies named Grogu, Britney and Zoom this year., the app and website that connects users to pet sitting services, released its ninth annual report on the most popular pet names, including those inspired by the covid pandemic. -19 and, of course, the famous ones.

Photos of the International Space Station in all its splendor 1:01

Bradley Cooper reveals he was threatened with a knife in the New York subway

The Oscar-nominated actor recounted an episode of insecurity in New York, from which he was fortunately able to escape unscathed, but which changed the way he felt in the city.

Irina Shayk talks about her life after Bradley Cooper 0:57

Art Basel Miami Beach: what is it, when will it take place, what is it about?

Have you heard about Art Basel?

If you are a fan of art or you dedicate yourself to it, surely yes.

If not, you may remember a banana taped to a wall.

It was sold in 2019 for $ 120,000.


It was precisely at one of the Art Basel art fairs.

Rihanna honored with designation of "national heroine" of Barbados

The singer was honored in her native Barbados during the presidential inauguration celebration, which marked the country's conversion into a republic.

Rihanna shines like a diamond after being voted national heroine of Barbados 1:25

The number of the day

40 years

Just over 40 years ago, the first cases of AIDS were registered in the United States.

Quote of the day

"Never more"

Tiger Woods rules out going back to playing golf full time.

Woods does not know when he will play at Tour level again 0:51

Day selection

These are the 100 most wanted products for Christmas

Google published a list of the 100 products with the highest demand for this Christmas and here we tell you where to buy them.

And to finish...

This talking Christmas tree divides the internet: does it seem cute or scary?

A new talking Christmas tree divides social media.

The object, located in a shopping mall in Canada, is "creepy" for some and "cute" for others.

What do you think?

This giant Christmas tree speaks and ignites the debate on social networks 1:59

Source: cnnespanol

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