The 5 things you should know this April 22: Juan Orlando Hernández, extradited

What does the ruling of the International Court of Justice in The Hague on the dispute between Colombia and Nicaragua mean? Macron against Le Pen: what you should know about the second round in France. Covid-19 is not yet like the flu, experts warn. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first. 1 Former President Juan Orlando Hernández of Honduras is extradited to the US This Thursday, former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández was extradited to the United States, weeks after the Supreme Court in Tegucigalpa ratified its decision to hand him over to that country and rejected a last appeal filed by the defense. 2 What the ruling in The Hague on Colombia and Nicaragua means The International Court of Justice in The Hague, the main judicial body of the United Nations Organization, issued a ruling this Thursday where it ruled that Colombia “violated the sovereign rights and the jurisdiction” of Nicaragua in its exclusive economic zone. Here we explain the history of the disputed area and what this decision means. 3 Macron vs. Le Pen: What you need to know about the second round in France The presidential elections in France will be a rematch of the 2017 contest, when the far-right Marine Le Pen faced political newcomer Emmanuel Macron. The politician won that contest by almost two votes to one difference. But while the candidates remain the same, the 2022 race is shaping up to be a very different matter. Here is everything you need to know. Everything you need to know about the French elections on Sunday 2:49 4 What is lithium and which countries are the largest producers? After the approval of the Senate, the Mexican Congress reformed and added new provisions to the Mining Law that aims to nationalize lithium, a mineral that is booming because it is used mainly to make batteries for electric cars. According to US data, Mexico has lithium reserves estimated at 1,700 tons, while the largest global reserves are in Australia and in the so-called “lithium triangle”. What real potential does Mexico have to exploit lithium? 4:40 5 Florida approves the end of Disney’s special status The Florida legislature gave final approval to a series of bills aimed at Disney on Thursday, after weeks of dispute between the company and Governor Ron DeSantis over the new law that limits certain classroom discussions about sexual orientation and gender identity. At coffee time When to look at the sky to enjoy the Lyrids meteor shower If you see a shooting star in the night sky later this week, it could be from the Lyrids meteor shower, which will reach its peak overnight on April 22, according to EarthSky. Here are the tips to enjoy it. When can you see the Lyrids meteor shower? 0:49 These plants are a water factory for millions in Colombia, but they could disappear Sumapaz, a rural town in Bogotá, hides inside a treasure more precious than gold: a natural water factory that supplies millions of people. The frailejones, plants as beautiful as they are vulnerable, are key to the paramo ecosystem and could soon disappear. The world’s largest wasteland is in Colombia 3:22 Covid-19 is not yet like a flu, experts warn When Delta Air Lines referred to covid-19 as an “ordinary seasonal virus” after a federal judge annulled the The Biden administration’s mask mandate for public transportation, he was partly right: there is some evidence that it is seasonal. But it is far from common and is not the same as the flu. Taylor Swift inspired an entomologist to name a new millipede after her. Taylor Swift has countless Grammys and American Music Awards, but this new honor will be a first for the global pop star. Netflix’s “Pálpito” leads you to question moral and ethical dilemmas and to what extreme do you go for love? The plot of the production, which has vestiges of a thriller, a genre that the screenwriter and poet Leonardo Padrón is passionate about, revolves around a great dilemma moral and ethical: how far would you go for love? Figure of the day 15,100km Australian scientists will test using printed solar panels to power a Tesla on a 15,100km journey starting in September, which they hope will spark public thinking about measures to help stave off climate change. The quote of the day “We will speak softly and we will carry a great Javelin” President Joe Biden said Thursday that the United States will send an additional $ 800 million in military assistance to Ukraine, in a speech in which he paraphrased a famous quote by former President Theodore Roosevelt. Biden Announced Tough Sanctions Against Russia 2:07 Pick of the Day Do ‘Wrinkle Patches’ Work? We spoke to experts about the trend on TikTok Videos of people trying out wrinkle patches are becoming more and more popular on the platform, so we wanted to learn about their effects. And finally… Can Miami become the new Silicon Valley? With the onset of the covid-19 pandemic and the rise of remote work in the United States, the city of Miami saw a golden opportunity to attract talent and investment capital in the technology area. For now it is only a fraction of the Californian technological center, will Miami be able to compete for a place as the new technology headquarters in the world? Can Miami become the new Silicon Valley? 1:38