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The 5 things you should know this January 25: Germany will send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine


Oscar Awards 2023: how and where to see the productions nominated for best film. Mourning in the US over mass shootings.

Oscar Awards 2023: how and where to see the productions nominated for best film.

Mourning in the US over shootings in three states.

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

 First the truth.

1. Germany will send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine

The Government of Germany confirmed this Wednesday that it will send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, a measure demanded by the NATO allies.

Meanwhile, the United States is finalizing the details to deliver its Abrams tanks to the forces fighting against the Russian invasion.

  • What are the Leopard 2 tanks that Germany will send to Ukraine?

  • Zelensky shakes his government with layoffs amid a growing corruption scandal

  • US finalizing plans to send Abrams tanks to Ukraine, officials say

2. Exclusive: Classified documents found in Mike Pence's house 

A lawyer for former Vice President Mike Pence discovered about a dozen documents marked classified at the former vice president's home in Indiana last week, and turned those classified records over to the FBI, multiple sources familiar with the matter told CNN.

Details of the discovery of classified documents at Pence's house 5:17

3. Mourning in the US over shootings in California, Iowa and Washington

A series of back-to-back shootings in California, Washington and Iowa have left harrowing days in several US cities that now join a growing list of communities scarred by gun violence.

The story of the man who disarmed the shooter in the Monterey Park shooting 3:59

4. Fewer migrants at the border

Daily migrant arrests along the US-Mexico border dropped by more than half in January compared to last month, a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official told CNN, citing the expansion of a Trump-era covid restriction and recently launched legal immigration programs to the US.


5. Oscar Awards 2023: how and where to see the productions nominated for best film

This Tuesday the nominees for the 95th edition of the Oscars were announced.

And if you're like some of us, you've seen one or two of the films nominated in the most important category of the night, best picture.

If you have any of the productions on your to-do list and you don't know if it's available on any platform, then this information is for you.

  • The surprises and disappointments with the Oscar nominations

  • When will the 2023 Oscars take place?

    Date, time and how to watch the ceremony

Oscar nominations came with surprises and complaints 2:21

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There is a type of physical activity that will protect your brain more than others

What if you could know which of all the things you do every day help or hurt your brain the most?

Researchers studied it and discovered that there is a type of activity that is more beneficial for cognitive processes.

A city in the world has just experienced the coldest day in its history at -53 degrees

Located in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang and nestled close to Russian Siberia, Mohe is known as the "North Pole of China."

Climate change has worsened the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, causing Mohe to reach minus 53 degrees Celsius.

-53 degrees!

This is how the coldest day was lived the story of Mohe, China 1:11

They discover a rare meteorite weighing 7.7 kilograms in Antarctica

During a recent excursion to the frozen plains of Antarctica, an international team of researchers discovered five new meteorites, including one of the largest ever found on the continent.

They verify that a meteorite exploded in Antarctica 0:42

'I cried all night': Millions of Chinese lose access to 'World of Warcraft' and other popular games

Millions of Chinese gamers were left without access to the iconic 'World of Warcraft' franchise and other popular video games after Blizzard Entertainment's servers in the country went offline after two decades.

Bill Gates backs a startup that fights cow burps and gas

It turns out that burping can be big business.

Billionaire Bill Gates announced an investment in Australian start-up Rumin8, which develops a seaweed-based feed to reduce methane emissions produced by cows through their belches and, to a lesser extent, their gases.

the figure of the day

$200 million

Justin Bieber sells the rights to his music catalog for $200 million.

quote of the day

"Never in the 76-year history of the Doomsday Clock have we been so close to a global catastrophe"

Due in large part to the growing dangers of the senseless Russian invasion of the Ukraine, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists' Council on Science and Safety moved the hands of the Doomsday or "Doomsday" Clock closer to midnight than they have been. never been.

And to finish...

An iceberg 14 times the size of Paris breaks off in Antarctica after years of fracturing

An iceberg 14 times the size of the city of Paris broke off in Antarctica decades after it first fractured.

Is it cause for concern?

We tell you in this video.

Iceberg 14 times the size of Paris breaks off in Antarctica 0:48

Source: cnnespanol

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