European Union leaders agreed to grant Ukraine the status of a candidate for membership of the bloc. The US Supreme Court says the Constitution protects the right to carry a gun outside the home. This was the rescue of swimmer Anita Alvarez from the bottom of a pool. FIFA approves the increase in calls for the 2022 Qatar World Cup to 26 players per team. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first. 1. One year after the Surfside tragedy: what has changed? A section of the Champlain Towers South condominium building collapsed on June 24, 2021 while many residents slept, an as-yet-unexplained tragedy that shattered the small community of Surfside near Miami. The 98 victims of the tragedy ranged in age from 1 to 92, and came from all over the world, from members of a close-knit Jewish community to families as far afield as Argentina, Paraguay and Colombia. These are the testimonies of some survivors of the partial collapse of the building in Surfside. Check out the most impressive images here. 2. What is Conaie and what are its 10 claims in Ecuador? At the center of the protests in Ecuador, which have lasted 11 days and have caused a crisis in the country and in the Government of Guillermo Lasso, is the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (Conaie), led by Leonidas Iza. But what exactly is it and what are its demands? Summary of protests in Ecuador: Day 10 23:29 3. Carrying a gun outside the home is a right, says the US Supreme Court. The US Supreme Court on Thursday annulled a New York gun law enacted It has been imposing restrictions on the carrying of a concealed weapon outside the home for more than a century. What does the Second Amendment say about the right to bear arms? 2:28 4. This was the rescue of swimmer Anita Alvarez from the bottom of a pool American swimmer Anita Alvarez was rescued from the bottom of the pool by her coach at the FINA World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, after losing knowledge. Trainer Andrea Fuentes jumped into the pool after seeing the 25-year-old artistic swimmer sink to the bottom at the end of her routine in the women’s solo free event. Andrea Fuentes recounts the rescue of Anita Álvarez 1:07 5. Colombian Diana Trujillo is now NASA’s flight director Colombian engineer Diana Trujillo continues to succeed at NASA. As announced on Thursday by the United States space agency, Trujillo will be flight director and will supervise the missions to the International Space Station and the Artemis mission to the Moon, among others. Colombian NASA engineer receives Boyacá Order 0:38 At coffee time Five things we still get wrong about sleep, according to an expert We know what we need to do to get a good night’s rest, and yet we’re still terrible at it. Mount Sinai Hospital sleep expert Dr. Neomi Shah discusses five surprising things we get wrong about sleep. Get ready to hear more about sleep monitors. 5 things we’re still wrong about sleep 3:13 Americans are coping with inflation by spending less on gas, buying lots of frozen pizza and cheap coffee Americans are cutting back on gas, and not just the amount of fuel they put in their tanks: They’re also changing the way they fill their bags with food and other essentials. In the USA they prepare for the increase in interest rates 2:32 FIFA approves the increase in the number summoned to the Qatar 2022 World Cup The teams that go to the Qatar 2022 World Cup will now be able to summon 26 players for the tournament. This was decided by the FIFA Council Bureau along with other changes on international football. Will the 2022 Qatar World Cup feature 48 teams? 1:43 Vaccine against covid-19 for children aged 5 to 11 in Mexico: how to register your children The Government of Mexico announced the start of a new stage of vaccination against covid-19 in the country, which will be focused on boys and girls from 5 to 11 years old. The 10 best cities in the world to live in 2022 Are you considering a big change this year? Perhaps it is worth taking a look at Canada or Western Europe. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has just released the annual ranking of the world’s most liveable cities, and the 2022 Global Liveability Index shows some notable differences from the previous year. These are the 5 best big cities in the world 0:53 The figure of the day 7.75% The Central Bank of Mexico raises the reference interest rate to 7.75% (and there could be more increases). The quote of the day “Today marks a crucial step on its way to the EU” The leaders of the European Union agreed to grant Ukraine the status of a candidate to belong to the bloc. European Council decides on Ukraine’s candidacy for the EU 4:16 And to finish… Shakira teaches how to move her hips step by step Shakira teaches a step-by-step tutorial on her sensual hip movement through social networks. Watch it in the video. Shakira offers a dance tutorial 0:50
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