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The 5 things you should know this September 22: Biden’s strongest phrases at the UN


It trembled again in Mexico. Shakira speaks for the first time about her separation from Piqué. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first. 1. Biden condemns Putin: the 5 most shocking phrases he spoke at the UN The president of the United States, Joe Biden, spoke this Wednesday at the UN General Assembly, and focused his speech on condemning the war of the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, in the Ukraine. These are the 5 most shocking phrases that Biden spoke in his speech. 2. A new earthquake in Mexico, now of magnitude 6.8, leaves at least two dead An earthquake of preliminary magnitude 6.8 was recorded early this Thursday in southern Mexico, according to a report from the United States Geological Survey (USGS). In Mexico City, a woman died after hitting her head when she fell down the stairs of her home and a man died of a heart attack, authorities said. This earthquake follows the deadly earthquake of magnitude 7.7 registered on September 19. New earthquake shakes Mexico after the earthquake of September 19 1:13 3. Nicaragua takes the signal of CNN en Español off the air
The Government of Nicaragua took the CNN en Español signal off the air this Thursday at 12:07 am ET, 10:07 pm on Wednesday in the Central American country. The government of Daniel Ortega has not commented on why it has taken the CNN en Español signal off the air in the country. “Today the Government of Nicaragua took down our television signal, denying Nicaraguans news and information from our network, which they have trusted for more than 25 years,” the network said in a statement. Nicaraguan viewers will also be able to watch our signal on CNN en Español’s YouTube channel. The Government of Nicaragua takes the CNN en Español signal off the air 2:01 4. New York prosecutor sues Trump and three of his children for fraud The New York attorney general, Letitia James, filed a broad civil lawsuit on Wednesday for fraud against former President Donald Trump and three of his adult children, accusing them of a fraud that lasted more than a decade. Is Donald Trump’s political future in jeopardy? 2:17 5. Police of Ecuador find the body of María Belén Bernal The National Police of Ecuador reported this Wednesday that their search teams found the body of lawyer María Belén Bernal after 10 days of her disappearance. There is indignation and calls for justice among the population. What we know about the María Belén Bernal case and the suspect’s escape 4:35 At coffee time Frank Rubio, an astronaut of Salvadoran origin, takes off into space with two Russian cosmonauts A Russian capsule took off into space this Wednesday with Frank Rubio, American astronaut of Salvadoran origin, on board, which marks a significant continuation of the relationship between Russia and the US on space issues, right in the midst of a moment of great geopolitical tension. The ship took off with the first Salvadoran to travel to space 1:32 Two people claim the impressive Mega Millions prize of US$1.34 billion Nearly eight weeks after the drawing of one of the biggest Mega Millions prizes in history, two people who agreed to split the prize if their ticket was a winner and claimed the $1.34 billion prize, according to the Illinois Lottery. Historic Mega Millions jackpot to be split 0:43 The US embassy in Havana will resume processing immigrant visas next year for the first time since 2017 The move is part of a concerted effort to expand legal pathways to the United States , at a time when border officials are dealing with a growing number of Cubans at the southern border of the United States. Chinese researchers clone arctic wolf in ‘historic’ conservation effort Researchers in China have succeeded in cloning a wild Arctic wolf, and they hope the controversial gene technology can now be used to help save other threatened species as the world approaches an extinction crisis. For the first time in history, an arctic wolf was cloned in China 1:12 The next named storm could be a giant hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico Hurricane Fiona is the strongest of the Atlantic season, and now forecast models show that a developing storm could become a monstrous threat to the US Gulf of Mexico coast as soon as next week. The figure of the day US$ 3.68 US gasoline prices rise for the first time in 99 days: US$ 3.68 per gallon, on average. Quote of the day “Sometimes I feel like this is all a bad dream and that I’m going to wake up at some point… It’s probably the darkest stage of my life” Colombian singer Shakira spoke publicly for the first time about her separation from the footballer Gerard Piqué, with whom he had a 12-year relationship. And finally… Sea Otter Steals Surfer’s Board and Threatens to Attack A surfer from Santa Cruz, California has his trip interrupted when a sea otter climbs onto his board and refuses to let go. Watch this sea otter steal a surfer’s board 2:10



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