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The 5 things you need to know this September 23: The Russian military is divided


If you are in Nicaragua, we tell you where you can see the CNNEE signal. Fetuses smile with the taste of carrot. The mastermind of the mega-case of corruption in the US is captured in Venezuela. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.

1. The Russian military is divided The Russian military is in disagreement over how best to counter Ukraine’s unexpected advances on the battlefield this month, according to multiple sources familiar with US intelligence, as Moscow has found itself at the defensive both in the east and in the south. 2. Iran’s President Walks Out of CNN Interview Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has walked out of a long-planned interview with CNN’s top international anchor Christiane Amanpour at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Wednesday after she rebuffed a last-minute demand to wear a headscarf. 3. If you are in Nicaragua, look at the CNNEE signal here The Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) said that the withdrawal of the CNN signal in Spanish from Nicaragua adds to an “operation sustained censorship”. If you live in Nicaragua, click here to see the uncensored signal. IACHR: Blocking of CNN in Nicaragua, censorship operation 3:06 4. Leonard Francis, the former military contractor known as “Fat Leonard” who orchestrated the largest corruption scandal in the US, is captured in Venezuela. great in the history of the US Navy, was arrested by the Venezuelan authorities at the request of the US Marshals Corps, according to the agency. 5. The fearsome Hurricane Fiona could be the worst storm to touch Canada Hurricane Fiona has hit the Caribbean: it is forecast to skim Bermuda as a dangerous Category 3 storm and shows no signs of slowing down before reaching Canada on Saturday morning. Before and after Hurricane Fiona seen from space 0:50 At coffee time Fetuses smile at the taste of carrots, but grimace at kale Although it is well known that some children are not very fond of vegetables, a new study suggests those food preferences may emerge even before birth. How to help your teen stay active? Teens should get at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day, according to the World Health Organization. However, one study showed that less than 20% of school-age adolescents around the world engage in this amount of activity. What is ebola? Symptoms, treatments and outbreaks Learn the key facts about Ebola, a virus with a high mortality rate that was first identified in Africa in 1976. Uganda reports cases of a rare strain of Ebola 0:41 Khloé Kardashian introduces her baby , which was conceived in a surrogate belly The celebrity shared the path to the birth of her son, who came just a few months after her ex-partner Tristan Thompson was involved in a paternity controversy with another woman. Khloé Kardashian presents the first pictures of her son 1:05 “Don’t Worry Darling” is not as good as all the drama it generated off screen The flurry of drama and off-screen rumors surrounding “Don’t Worry Darling” Worry Darling” have put director Olivia Wilde’s second film in an awkward spot, unable to justify the fuss (it’s good enough at best), but probably in a good place to cash in on it. The day’s figure 1.1 million Tesla said it detected a flaw in the windows of 1.1 million cars that could pinch occupants as they close. Tesla recalls almost 130,000 cars for overheating 1:06 Quote of the day “I think it could be obviously a special moment” After numerous close battles with each other over the years, Roger Federer will be able to enjoy what he called a “special moment” in teaming up with Rafael Nadal for the last match of his career, a doubles match. Roger Federer will say goodbye with Rafael Nadal 0:40 And to finish… Brad Pitt launches genderless anti-aging line Hollywood actor Brad Pitt ventures into the world of beauty by launching a genderless anti-aging and skin care line . Brad Pitt launches genderless skincare line 1:11



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