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The 5 things you need to know this 5 things January 27: US and allies discuss deploying more troops in Eastern Europe

2022-01-27T11:16:07.929Z

Who is Xiomara Castro? What you should keep in mind if you travel to “high risk” destinations due to covid-19 in Latin America. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.



Who is Xiomara Castro?

What you should keep in mind if you travel to “high risk” destinations due to covid-19 in Latin America.

This is what you need to know to start the day

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Truth first.

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The United States and its allies discuss deploying more troops in Eastern Europe

The United States and some of its allies are in talks to deploy thousands of additional troops to NATO countries in Eastern Europe, ahead of any possible Russian invasion of Ukraine, as a show of support for Moscow's ongoing aggression, they said. three US officials familiar with the discussions told CNN.

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Who is Xiomara Castro?

Xiomara Castro, the first woman to occupy the Presidency of Honduras, will be sworn in as president this Thursday, thus succeeding the current president Juan Orlando Hernández, elected in 2017 after a tight result.

This is what you should know about the new president, wife of the ousted Manuel Zelaya.

Political tension in Honduras, days after Castro's swearing in 4:51

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What to keep in mind if you travel to “high risk” destinations due to covid-19 in Latin America

As the omicron variant continues to impact the world, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) adds new destinations to its "very high" risk list for covid-19, including several Latin American and Caribbean islands.

But what does this label mean and what do you need to do before you travel?

  • As Europe begins to "live with the coronavirus", could the United States follow suit?

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What is SWIFT and why it could be Russia's most feared weapon

Some call it the "nuclear option."

As Western governments threaten Russia with an unprecedented series of sanctions aimed at dissuading President Vladimir Putin from launching an invasion of Ukraine, there is one move in particular that seems to strike fear into the Kremlin: cutting the country out of the system. world banking.

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Voices from Auschwitz: Children of survivors tell their stories

This January 27 marks the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland.

We present a selection of testimonies from children of survivors.

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Cardi B wins defamation lawsuit against YouTuber Tasha K

Grammy Award-winning rapper Cardi B won a lawsuit Monday against YouTuber Tasha K for defamation, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress, receiving seven-figure dollar damages.

They edit the ending of “Fight Club” in China.

And this time the authorities won, infuriating viewers

Chinese fans of David Fincher's cult classic were furious over the weekend when they noted that a version of the film available on popular Chinese streaming platform Tencent Video completely removes its iconic ending.

What's Coming in the Playoffs

With Canada as the surprise leader, the Concacaf teams resume the pulse of the qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup starting this Thursday. And in Conmebol, with Brazil and Argentina already classified, almost all the teams have the opportunity to get one of the tickets for the maximum appointment of soccer.

The US Navy wants to recover its crashed stealth fighter plane... before China does

The US Navy is trying to retrieve its most advanced stealth fighter jet from the depths of the South China Sea - an extremely complex operation that analysts say will be closely watched by Beijing.

Ozzie, the world's oldest male gorilla, has died at Zoo Atlanta.

Ozzie, the world's oldest male gorilla and the world's third-oldest male gorilla, died Tuesday at Zoo Atlanta at the age of 61.

World's oldest male gorilla dies 0:49

The number of the day

400 million

The Joe Biden government announced that the United States has shared 400 million doses of the covid-19 vaccine around the world.

quote of the day

"(Universal coronavirus vaccines) "will take years to develop"

Scientists are working around the clock to develop a universal vaccine or "pancoronavirus" that offers protection against any type of coronavirus, including the variants that cause covid-19.

But those vaccines "will take years to develop," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Fauci: Current vaccination regimen gives strong protection 0:59

pick of the day

We tried Dodow, a device that promises to help you sleep, and for this it is worth it

This device is ideal for everyone who suffers from insomnia.

And to finish…

This stray dog ​​chased a police patrol relentlessly. The reason?

looking for food

Police officers recorded a stray dog ​​in Turkey that began chasing their vehicle during a regular patrol day.

When the agents stopped, the animal approached for a simple and moving reason.

A dog chased a patrol to a stop.

The motif is touching 1:06

Source: cnnespanol

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