The 5 things you should know this June 11: Peru: they ask for preventive detention for Fujimori for the Odebrecht case

They fear that covid-19 variants will put an end to the reopening of the United States. Almagro affirms that there is a dictatorship in Nicaragua. All the details of the Copa América and the Eurocup. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.


Peru: preventive detention for Fujimori is requested for the Odebrecht case

A prosecutor requested that Keiko Fujimori – who has a request for 30 years in prison for alleged crimes in the framework of the Odebrecht case – be imposed preventive detention again, for allegedly breaking the rules when meeting with a witness in the case. Fujimori, who has always denied the accusations, is still awaiting the results of the second round of presidential elections against candidate Pedro Castillo. Today he called the request “absurd.”


They fear that variants of covid-19 will put an end to the reopening of the United States.

As a renewed sense of optimism sweeps across the United States this summer, with fewer COVID-19 cases being reported, the Health Director issued a warning to those who aren’t vaccinated: Don’t let your guard down just yet. Experts share the concern that variants, for example the one first identified in India, will affect the reopening.

Dr. Fauci warns about the delta variant 2:37


Almagro: There is a dictatorship in Nicaragua

The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, considers that in Nicaragua the Government of Daniel Ortega does not exercise power according to the rule of law, which is considered a dictatorship. This is what he said in an interview with Fernando del Rincón in CNN’s Conclusions.

Almagro affirms that Nicaragua is experiencing a dictatorship 1:08


Five years after the Pulse shooting, they use political power to heal

In the five years since one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history, which killed 49 people at the gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando, some survivors of the massacre and other members of Florida’s LGBTQ community They have turned their agony into fuel to break the status quo, because what is at stake is nothing less than their survival. Brandon Tensley analysis.

5 years after the massacre in Pulse 3:48


Biden and Johnson arrive at the G7 with their own agendas

Both summit host Boris Johnson and President Joe Biden are eager to polish their credentials as good global guys. Each brings their own bag of necessities: Johnson wants a global Britain and to be best friends with Biden, who in turn wants everyone’s backing against China. Analysis by Kevin Liptak.

Look at the G7 leaders made with e-waste 0:53

At coffee time

The Copa América in Brazil and the Eurocopa start

The Copa América 2021 will begin in Brazil this Sunday not free of controversies due to a pandemic that has not given truce in the countries of the region. The Eurocup also begins and here we tell you what you need to know.

Two brands get off the Copa América 1:08

Jeff Bezos will go into space for 11 minutes. Know how dangerous it is

Although Blue Origin, Bezos’ space company that will take him into space, has spent most of the last decade executing successful test flights of its New Shepard rocket, the adventure of Bezos, his brother Mark and the winner of an auction. Online is not without risk. This is what it will look like.

Jeff Bezos will travel to space in his own rocket 0:40

These Barbies are made of plastic that would have ended up in the ocean

Mattel partnered with a recycling company to launch “Barbie Loves the Ocean,” a new line of its popular dolls made of plastic that would have otherwise ended up in the ocean. This is the latest effort by the company to move towards a more sustainable system.

Meet the new Barbie made from recycled plastic 0:52

Can indoor concerts be safe again?

There is a growing scientific literature showing that, with the right mitigation measures, large indoor concerts can be performed safely. However, some scientists – including those conducting the studies – have reservations about the breadth of the application of these findings.

They experiment with festivals and concerts in the Netherlands 1:19

The incredible 360 ​​° tour with audio that NASA lets you do for Mars

Would you like to know what it is like to be on Mars? NASA shared an incredible video that lets you take a panoramic tour of the red planet. Not only will you be able to view the images, but you will also hear the actual audio recorded by the Perseverance rover.

Mars: incredible 360 ​​° tour and with audio 0:42

The number of the day


Inflation in the United States increased 5% in the 12 months ending in May, the largest increase since August 2008.

Global inflation is the highest since October 2008 1:10

Quote of the day


Emma Coronel, wife of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, pleaded guilty to three counts, including drug trafficking and money laundering, in federal court in the United States.

Day selection

4 bike riding accessories we loved

Helmets, lights and even a rubber duck so you can move more safely on your bike.

And to finish…

Bukele is not the only one using “laser eyes” to promote cryptocurrencies

The president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, joined a campaign on social networks to promote a cryptocurrency, after the Legislative Assembly approved the Bitcoin Law. The president changed his profile photo on Twitter for a photograph of him with “blue laser” eyes. We tell you what it means and what other public figures have used it.

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