Sunday, December 04, 2022

5 things you need to know this June 17: Who will win the elections in Colombia?

Know about the 16 host cities of the 2026 World Cup. What made Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira risk their lives in the Amazon? How not to go over budget when the cost of everything is rising? Here’s what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.

1. Who will win the elections in Colombia? According to experts it will be needed

Immediately following the second round of the presidential election, the outcome of the election is unclear: a close result is expected between Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández. So say the analysts.

2. Why Ukraine seeks more support from France and Germany in the war

Since the start of the war on 24 February, many world leaders and ministers have visited Kyiv, which was under siege at the start of the invasion. However, those from France and Germany took more than four months, and this delay coincides with both countries’ more moderate stances in support of Ukraine after Russia’s invasion. but their journey also takes place in context Ukraine’s application for EU membership was supported by Germany, Italy, France and Romania.

3. What made Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira risk their lives in the Amazon?

Amazon veterans Dom Phillips and Bruno Araújo Pereira must have been aware of the risks when they journeyed into the remote Javari Valley of the Brazilian jungle for Atalia do Norte, a journey that increasingly appears to end in tragedy . , after the Brazilian authorities said on Wednesday that a suspect had confessed to killing them.

Bolsonaro: The search continues for Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira 1:12

4. Trump knew plan to scuttle election results was illegal, commission says

The House select committee investigating the insurrection on Capitol Hill detailed Thursday how former President Donald Trump tried to pressure his vice president into joining his plan to nullify the presidential election, and how Mike Pence’s refusal put the lives of agitators at risk. They called for him to be hanged on January 6, 2021.

Keys to understanding new audiences for January 6th 3:11

5. Police use hi-tech simulator to train for mass shootings

CNN’s Gary Tuchman looks at how the Enid, Oklahoma Police Department uses a high-tech simulator to train staff in mass shooting situations. Warning: The video contains simulation images, but they can be disturbing.

Police use simulator to train before shooting

coffee time

First Look at Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe in “Blonde”

The life of Marilyn Monroe will come to Netflix through the tape “Blonde”. Cuban actress Ana de Armas is in charge of involving Hollywood veterans in the production, based on the novel best seller By the same name, written by Joyce Carol Oates.

How not to go over budget when the cost of everything is rising?

Gasoline costs more. Food costs more. Rent is high. Inflation in the United States is rising at its fastest rate since the 1980s, and incomes are falling as a result. Here, Four strategies for not reviewing the budget amid an adverse context.

In America they prepare to raise interest rates 2:32

16 host cities of the 2026 World Cup

Overall, of the 22 cities in the US, Mexico and Canada that applied to host, 16 were selected for the 2026 World Cup. We present them to you.

Meet the host cities of the 2026 World Cup 0:33

Kim Kardashian didn’t damage Marilyn Monroe’s dress, according to replays

The company that owns Monroe’s dress and loaned it to Kardashian for an event in May said in a statement Thursday that, despite the claims, Kardashian “The garment was not damaged in any way in the short time it was worn at the Met Gala.”

Ripley’s: Kim Kardashian didn’t damage Marilyn Monroe’s dress 0:31

Recently recorded population of polar bears lives in a surprising place

A group of scientists has documented the existence of a genetically distinct and isolated population of polar bears in an unexpected place,

Polar bears roam the streets of this city in autumn 0:38

figure of the day

hundred million

In this way, many people around the world have been forced to leave their homes. This is more than the population of most countries.,

Rising rents in US leave many on the street 2:58

Today’s thought

“I think people should have the freedom to say things that are completely unacceptable within the bounds of the law, but that doesn’t get amplified and doesn’t have far reaching reach.”

Elon Musk talks about layoffs, remote working and “free speech” In his first meeting with Twitter employees,

And to end…

These 5 friends are taking the same photo for 40 years

Five friends have taken the same picture for four decades, despite the pandemic and health problems. A show of constancy and good friendship.

This group of friends took the same photo for 40 years 1:18

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