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The 5 things you need to know this August 16: Why Mar-a-Lago is a headache for intelligence agencies

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China conducts new military exercises near Taiwan. Tom Holland leaves social networks for a while to take care of his mental health. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first. 1. Mar-a-Lago and Trump, Intelligence Headaches Mar-a-Lago, the waterfront resort that Donald Trump dubbed the “Winter White House,” has long been a source of headaches for national security and intelligence professionals. Its clubby atmosphere, extensive guest list and garrulous owner have become a “nightmare” for keeping the government’s most intimate secrets, according to a former intelligence official. 2. ANALYSIS | Fear of US Recession Collides with Reality Yes, the economy is cooling after last year’s runaway growth. But no, it doesn’t seem to be suffering from the kind of downturn that could be called a recession. Matt Egan explains why. US: recession or slowdown? 1:50 3. Rescue of 10 miners trapped in Mexico suffers another setback Water levels at a mine in Coahuila, Mexico, where 10 miners have been trapped since early August, rose again after a sudden influx on Sunday, reported this Monday Laura Velázquez, National Coordinator of Civil Protection. Velázquez explained in a press conference that the situation further delays efforts to rescue workers from the El Pinabete mine. Relatives of trapped miners, in despair 6:31 4. China conducts new military exercises near Taiwan The Chinese Army reported that it carried out combat alert patrols and military exercises in the sea and airspace around Taiwan on Monday, just a day after a second US congressional delegation arrived in Taipei. Would China seek to isolate Taiwan?, find out in the following report 3:17 5. What is voted in the plebiscite of September 4 in Chile? The day is near. Almost three years after the “social outbreak” in the streets of Chile, which led to a referendum to change the Constitution, the Constitutional Convention in July produced the draft of a new Constitution and Chileans will have to decide now and in a National Plebiscite whether They approve the new text. What will Chileans decide at the polls on September 4? 0:53 At coffee time This is how the price of tortillas has increased throughout Mexico in the last 10 years Tortillas are one of the most typical foods in Mexico. With them you can make many foods, from tacos to chilaquiles. And just because they are so essential in the Mexican diet, the increase in their price in recent months is of great importance and concern for families in the country. First country to approve omicron and original covid-19 vaccine The UK is the first country to approve an updated version of Moderna’s covid-19 vaccine that targets two variants of coronavirus: omicron and omicron 2020’s original virus. How ‘Breaking Bad’ Engineered ‘Better Call Saul’ Addictive Formula By spawning the acclaimed ‘Better Call Saul’, ‘Breaking Bad’ achieved a kind of spinoff immortality that others failed to achieve. What is the secret? What are the best series of the first half of the year? 1:02 ‘Stranger Things’ star Millie Bobby Brown is enrolled at Purdue University Purdue University is located in West Lafayette, Indiana. “Stranger Things” also takes place in Indiana, in the fictional town of Hawkins. Millie Bobby Brow plays Eleven, a girl with telekinetic abilities. Adele isn’t ready to answer whether she’s engaged or not In a new Elle magazine cover story, the British singer has kept tight-lipped when it comes to her status with her boyfriend, who is an American sports agent. In Elle magazine, Adele confesses to being more in love than ever 1:09 The figure of the day 30% Glaciers in the tropical Andes have lost more than 30% of the area they occupied in the 1980s. 30% of glaciers disappear in the tropical Andes 5:39 Quote of the day “I’ve taken a break from social media for my mental health, because I find Instagram and Twitter overstimulating, overwhelming” Actor Tom Holland leaves social media for a while to take care of his mental health. Spider-Man actor leaves the nets: see the reason 0:47 And to finish… Satellite images reveal how the drought has changed the color of the land in the United Kingdom The United Kingdom is suffering from a severe drought and high temperatures that have affected the land. NASA satellite images captured the impact of the harsh conditions. See how the UK drought has changed the soil 1:54

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