Measures to curb migration at the U.S.-Mexico border reach an agreement that could end the strike in Hollywood. Separatists in Ukraine. Usher will sing at the 2024 Super Bowl. Here's what you need to know to start your day.First the truth.
1. Mexico announces measures to reduce migrant flows
The huge transit of migrants continues to increase and the authorities of Mexico agreed with the US to apply a series of measures to "depressurize" several places that are saturated. Mexico says it receives about 6,000 migrants daily at its southern border and plans to deport migrants and take action so that people do not risk their lives by using the rail system. What causes the increase in migration? In addition to violence, disinformation would play a key role.
The last station before crossing the Darién jungle: this is the Acandí camp
2. Deal Reached That Would End Historic Hollywood Strike
Major film and television studios and striking writers reached a preliminary agreement Sunday after days of marathon negotiation sessions, the Writers Guild of America reported. Following ratification of the agreement, the WGA (which represents more than 11,000 writers) could authorize its members to return to work on Tuesday. The strike has lasted for nearly five months.
3. Russian-backed separatists impose curfew in eastern Ukraine
Russian-backed separatists imposed curfews and military censorship on communications from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic, according to Russian state media. The curfew will last from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. local time on weekdays, starting Monday. Meanwhile, in Kherson, a barrage of Russian strikes left at least two people dead and 9 wounded on Sunday, according to authorities.
4. With swimming pool and restaurants: this was the prison controlled by El Tren de Aragua
The Tocorón prison in Venezuela was under the direct control of inmates, many of them belonging to the feared El Tren de Aragua gang. CNN toured the prison after an operation by Venezuelan security forces and found a huge swimming pool, educational games, restaurants and more.
This was the inside of the Tocorón prison in Venezuela 6:26
5. What NASA's Asteroid Sample May Reveal
A sample of the asteroid Bennu collected by NASA successfully landed on Earth and gives scientists a chance to learn more about the origins of the solar system. In addition, it offers the possibility of investigating the piece of a huge space rock that is likely to collide with our planet in the future. It's the first time the agency has accomplished such a feat.
OSIRIS-REx launches samples of asteroid Bennu on Earth 1:29
At coffee time
Red Bull wins Formula One constructors' championship
Max Verstappen won the Suzuka Grand Prix in Japan and it was enough to award his team the constructors' championship for the second year in a row.
Luciano Supervielle's fight for his daughter to receive medical treatment
The story of how the artist, widower, with a son with Down syndrome and his daughter with achondroplasia is winning a legal battle against the Uruguayan State.
Luciano Supervielle's struggle for his daughter to receive medical treatment 5:40
Your brain needs rest. Here are 5 ways to get it
With modern life so packed with activities and stimuli, it's hard to disconnect and fully relax. But that's something our brain needs to repair and restore itself.
These lawsuits want to change what you see in fast food advertising
When it comes to food advertising, what you rarely see is what you get. A wave of recent lawsuits wants to change this situation.
Miami Dolphins give an offensive masterclass with a 70-20 win over the Denver Broncos
It is the second-most points by a team in a regular-season game in NFL history.
The figure of the day
That's the number of firefighters who have died from illnesses related to September 11, matching the number killed during terrorist attacks, according to fire officials.
The appointment of the day
"It's the honor of my life to finally be able to put a Super Bowl performance on my bucket list. I can't wait to bring the world a show unlike anything they've seen of me before."
Singer Usher said so in a statement after learning he will headline the 2024 Super Bowl halftime show.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on the alleged "non-human" beings shown in the Mexican Congress by Maussan
The astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson gave his concept on Jaime Maussan's lecture at the Congress of Mexico in which he showed supposed mummified "non-human" beings that ignited criticism and debates.