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The 5 things you should know this November 30: Blow to the illusion: Ecuador, outside


The gun epidemic in America is deadlier than ever. Historical shortlist of referees (with a Mexican) in the World Cup. Andrés Guardado's response to Canelo Álvarez. 

The gun epidemic in America is deadlier than ever.

Historical shortlist of referees (with a Mexican) in the World Cup.

Andrés Guardado's response to Canelo Álvarez. 

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

First the truth.

1. Blow to illusion: Ecuador said goodbye to the World Cup

Ecuador fell to Senegal 1-2 and finished third in Group A. The South American team had a tie, but I can't sustain the partial equality they achieved in the second half.

Thus, the Africans will accompany the Netherlands to the knockout phase: the Europeans beat Qatar 2-1 and finished first in the area.

England and the United States also qualified for the round of 16.

  • Who will go from Group E to the round of 16?

    Spain has it easy and Costa Rica has a chance

  • Countries classified to the round of 16 of the World Cup in Qatar.

    This is how the crosses between groups remain

  • Did Cristiano Ronaldo touch the ball?

    Adidas technology has the answer

2. Historical shortlist of referees

Stephanie Frappart, Neuza Back and Mexico's Karen Díaz make up the first all-female refereeing team for a men's World Cup match.

They will be the judges this Thursday in the Costa Rica vs.


The Mexican Karen Díaz will make history in Qatar 0:39

3. Twitter will no longer enforce its covid-19 misinformation policy

Twitter has said it will no longer enforce its longstanding Covid-19 misinformation policy, yet another sign of how Elon Musk plans to transform the social media company he bought a month ago.

4. Where is 'La Barbie'?

The Mexican-American drug trafficker Édgar Valdez Villarreal, alias "La Barbie", "is not currently in federal custody" of the United States, confirmed to CNN Benjamin O'Cone, spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Prisons of that country (BOP, for his acronym in English), this Tuesday.

CNN contacted the United States Department of Justice to learn about the whereabouts of Valdez Villarreal, and awaits a response.


5. The US gun epidemic is deadlier than ever

Gun deaths peaked in the United States during the Covid-19 pandemic, with a record number of fatalities in 2021. But as the US gun epidemic worsens, its effects are not the same for everyone. .

US gun deaths at all-time high 0:52

at coffee time

Why Most Men Don't Have Enough Close Friends

Making and keeping deep, meaningful friendships into adulthood is hard, especially for men, according to research.

How to make a festival poster with Instafest with the most listened to on Spotify or

Surely you've seen the posts of friends or people you follow: a poster with someone else's username, divided into three days, and artists who may (or may not) have something to do with each other.

Canelo's controversy went beyond Messi: barrage of angry tweets

The Mexican boxer's fury over a video of Messi went beyond the clip and he ended up getting into fights on Twitter, posting numerous pieces of content about the debate.

Andrés Guardado, a reference from Mexico, was one of those who responded.

Canelo Álvarez and his challenging message against Messi 0:47

A woman is reunited with her daughter, who was kidnapped 51 years ago, thanks to a DNA test

A family in Fort Worth, Texas, has been reunited with their daughter who was kidnapped more than five decades ago as a baby thanks to a DNA match from the ancestry service 23andMe.

Neil deGrasse Tyson has "high expectations" that there is life beyond planet Earth

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses a discovery on Mars and what this could mean for life beyond Earth.

the figure of the day

11 days

Three people found sitting on the rudder blade of a ship survived an 11-day voyage from Nigeria.

quote of the day

“Hurt people hurt other people”

Will Smith has opened up about the Oscars incident, in his first major interview since slapping Chris Rock in March 2022.

And to finish...

Meteorite crosses the atmosphere and lights up the sky in Brazil

The fall of a meteorite in Brazil lasted 1.8 seconds, entered the atmosphere at an altitude of 124 kilometers, and died out at 112 kilometers.

The dazzling glow was seen from the Brazilian space observatory.

Look at the meteorite that lit up the sky of Brazil 0:54

Source: cnnespanol

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