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The 5 things you should know this November 29: Canelo vs. Messi


Brazil and Portugal, to eighth. Qatari officials detain people for wearing rainbow-colored items. There is a significant tornado threat in the US. 

Brazil and Portugal, to eighth.

Qatari officials detain people for wearing rainbow-colored items.

There is a significant tornado threat in the US 

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

First the truth.

1. Canelo vs.


Mexican boxer Saúl 'Canelo' Álvarez sent a warning to Lionel Messi, whom he accused of disrespecting Mexico for a video in which the Argentine appeared to kick a El Tri shirt.

There are no indications that Messi intentionally kicked the shirt, rather that he appears to have done so accidentally when he removes his boots.

Several sports personalities explained to Canelo what happens in a soccer locker room.

CNN contacted Álvarez and the Argentina team for comment on the boxer's tweets.

2. Brazil and Portugal, to the round of 16

The Brazilians and Portuguese qualified for the round of 16 after beating Switzerland and Uruguay, respectively.

They join France, which also secured their classification over the weekend.

Uruguay, for its part, must defeat Ghana in the third match of the group stage, and hope that the result of South Korea vs.

Portugal does not play against him. 

Brazil, the only Latino installed in the round of 16.

The rest are still standing 7:56

3. Qatari officials detain people for wearing rainbow-colored items

On Saturday, two German soccer fans told CNN that security officials in Qatar asked them to remove the rainbow-colored items they were wearing as they headed to watch the World Cup game between France and Denmark on Saturday. .

Exclusive CNN.

  • PHOTOS |

    Man breaks into the Uruguay-Portugal match with a rainbow flag and two messages

  • Iran threatened families of national soccer team, security source reveals

Summary of news from the World Cup in Qatar 2022 on November 28 3:26

4. A US teacher is found dead in Mexico

The body of Yeon-Su Kim, a professor at Northern Arizona University, was found after she and her husband were reported missing during a kayak trip in the state of Sonora, Mexico.


5. There is a significant tornado threat in the US.

The Storm Prediction Center warned that "a regional outbreak of tornadoes is possible in the afternoon and evening of this Tuesday in parts of the Lower and Middle Mississippi Valley."

at coffee time

Cognitive decline can be slowed by eating foods rich in flavonols 

Eating more flavonols, antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, tea and wine, may slow the rate of memory loss, according to a new study.

Experimental Alzheimer's drug slows cognitive decline, study 0:55

They capture Pete Davidson and Emily Ratajkowski together at a New York Knicks game

Neither has confirmed that they are dating, but that speculation has been heightened since TMZ recently published photos of the two hugging in Brooklyn.

The World Cup brought some changes to Qatar.

Will they last?

Qatari people have been exposed to international ideals, as well as changing cultural and social norms, in anticipation of the influx of more than a million soccer fans to their small country.

What does your country need to go to the round of 16?

Find out here what Mexico needs to advance to the round of 16, the result that Argentina must have to qualify and what must happen for Ecuador to advance in Qatar 2022.

Is the criticism of Martino fair for the fall of Mexico vs.



Alarm as Twitter searches on China protests lead to spam and pornography

Twitter searches about China's widespread COVID-19-related protests are leading to an avalanche of spam, pornography and nonsense that some disinformation researchers say appears at first glance to be a deliberate attempt by the Chinese government or its allies. for stifling the images of the demonstrations.

Protests in China hit stock markets 0:51

the figure of the day

$5 million

A woman in Florida is suing Kraft Heinz for $5 million, saying the macaroni and cheese takes longer than advertised to make. 

quote of the day

"(I was) shaken by the disturbing images"

Kim Kardashian says she is reassessing her relationship with Balenciaga after controversy over a bondage-themed photo shoot.

And to finish...

The powerful eruption of Mauna Loa for the first time since 1984 on the Big Island, Hawaii

The world's largest active volcano, Mauna Loa, is erupting for the first time in nearly 40 years, prompting an ashfall advisory Monday for the Big Island of Hawaii.

Look here at the impressive images left by this phenomenon.

Watch the apocalyptic eruption of Mauna Loa on the Big Island, Hawaii 1:23

Source: cnnespanol

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