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The 5 things you should know this January 25: Pedro Castillo: I am not a politician. I wasn’t trained to be president


The US contemplates a possible deployment of forces amid tensions with Russia. A story of two trips to Mexico during the covid-19 pandemic. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.


Castillo: I am not a politician. I wasn’t trained to be president

Pedro Castillo is convinced that he can finish his term, despite his inexperience and the scandals that have surrounded his government, which has barely lasted six months. Here, the highlights of the first exclusive interview that he granted to an international media and that Fernando del Rincón made.


US contemplates possible deployment of forces amid tensions with Russia

About 8,500 troops in the United States are on high alert in preparation for deployment orders as Russian troops mass on the border with Ukraine, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Monday. US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin issued the readiness orders for the deployment, under the direction of President Joe Biden. Kirby clarified that no decisions have yet been made to deploy US troops at this time.

Some 8,500 US soldiers on high alert before possible deployment 0:58


Three journalists murdered in Mexico in three weeks

Lourdes Maldonado López was shot to death inside a car in the Santa Fe neighborhood of Tijuana, according to a statement from the Baja California Attorney General’s Office on Sunday night, citing official documents in her possession. Is the third murder of a journalist in Mexico in three weeks.

Journalist Lourdes Maldonado murdered in Tijuana, Mexico 0:30


A story of two trips to Mexico during the covid-19 pandemic

With one of the least restrictive travel policies in the world regarding COVID-19, Mexico has been open to international travelers during the pandemic. What you find when you get there seems to depend a lot on where you travel to and when you visit. Two recent trips to the country, one to sunny Tulum and one to the great city of Guadalajara, revealed opposing attitudes and approaches to covid-19.

The two most loved destinations in Mexico in 2022 0:38


The omicron variant offers hope for “stabilization and normalization”, says the director of the WHO in Europe

Dr. Hans Henri Kluge, regional director for Europe at the World Health Organization (WHO), said in a statement who expects the emergency phase of the covid-19 pandemic to end this year.

Ómicron dominates contagions in Europe, amid massive protests 2:42

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Follow these tips to exercise safely during the winter

This winter is hampering many people’s exercise goals. As the highly contagious omicron variant of the novel coronavirus continues its rapid spread around the world, exercising indoors and in public gyms it has become less attractive, or practically inaccessible.

Exercise at home or at the gym? Know the advantages 0:56

How to file your federal income tax return in the US

We show you ways to ensure your tax filing goes smoothly and that you get your refund within the typical window. 21 days after the IRS accepts the return.

Changes that could boost your tax refund 1:11

Followers sue Universal Pictures for removing Ana de Armas from the movie “Yesterday”

Two followers of actress Ana de Armas are suing the Universal Pictures studio for allegedly tricking them into renting a movie because they believed that she would be in the tape because of the trailers and promotional material.

‘Secrets of Playboy’ shows the dark side of Hugh Hefner’s empire

The Playboy mystique and Hugh Hefner’s legacy are given a serious debunking in “Secrets of Playboy,” a 10-part A&E docuseries that explores the dark side of the lifestyle Hefner sought to embody. There are plenty of disturbing revelations.

Playboy mogul’s ex-girlfriend divulges secrets about Hugh Hefner and the mansion 1:46

This is how Silvana Estrada fell madly in love with cuatro

Silvana Estrada, one of the most enveloping and nostalgic voices in current Mexican folklore, released her debut album “Marchita” on Friday. To some, his name is perhaps unknown. Others discovered it recently, thanks to algorithms from streaming companies or recommendations. The truth is that this 24-year-old has the endorsement of artists such as the Oscar and Latin Grammy winner Jorge Drexler or the singer-songwriters Natalia Lafourcade, Mon Laferte or Julieta Venegas.

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1,000 points

ANDThe Dow fell 1,000 points during the day on Monday, before recovering towards the close of the markets.

Fed chairman vows to fight inflation 0:53

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“If we can blow up a space station, we can save the planet”

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet spent six months aboard the International Space Station last year, and his vision of Earth was as alarming as it was impressive.

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How to make the perfect cup of pour over coffee

Are you a coffee lover? Follow the tips from these experts for the perfect cup of pour over coffee

And to finish…

Look at the shirt that Pope Francis gave to Lionel Messi

Pope Francis, a well-known soccer lover, sent a special gift to his compatriot, Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi. elizabeth perez tells the details of the pontiff’s gesture towards the Paris Saint-Germain star.

The pope sends a special gift to Messi 0:21

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