"Odie" successfully landed on the moon.

The two faces of the Milei Government: fiscal surplus and increase in poverty.

The race to save the axolotl, the animal that regenerates itself.

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1. Biden insults Putin and the Kremlin responds

US President Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a "crazy HDP" at a fundraiser in San Francisco on Wednesday, according to the press team traveling with him.

In response to Biden's comments, the Kremlin called them a "huge embarrassment" for the United States.


    Putin looms over US elections for the third time in a row

  • Navalny died of natural causes, says medical report shown to mother

2. "Odie" successfully landed on the moon

Odysseus, nicknamed “Odie” or IM-1, successfully reached the surface of the Moon.

The robotic explorer is the first American-made spacecraft to successfully land on the moon in five decades.

This was the historical moment of Odysseus's moon landing 2:16

3. Noboa explains why he is not going to triangulate weapons with the US.

“We do not want to triangulate weapons,” said Daniel Noboa, president of Ecuador, in an interview with CNN en Español, in which he explained that he made the decision after learning that the former Soviet war equipment, which he himself had previously described as “scrap” , would be used in an armed conflict.

Don't miss the full interview in a new edition of “Cara a Cara”, this Sunday, at 7 pm (Miami and Quito time).


4. AMLO disqualifies NYT investigation on financing

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, anticipated this Thursday an article by The New York Times about an alleged investigation by the US Government into alleged illegal financing of his 2018 presidential campaign and payments after his election, and described the case of "completely false".

AMLO responds to alleged drug financing in his 2006 campaign 0:52

5. The two faces of the Milei Government

In less than 48 hours, Argentines learned two pieces of news that can explain each other.

On the one hand, the Government reported that the country managed to balance its accounts in January as it had not been able to do in more than a decade: financial surplus.

A few hours later, the Social Debt Observatory of the Argentine Catholic University (UCA) released a report in which it estimates that poverty in the country reached 57.4% of the inhabitants in the first month of 2024.

How to understand these two simultaneous indicators?

At coffee time

The race to save the


, the animal that regenerates itself

Mexico is home to the only animal in the world capable of regenerating: the axolotl.

This "water monster" or "Peter Pan", as they call it, is a unique species that has caused fascination in Mexican culture and science.

Today it is in danger of extinction and, to save it, scientists and farmers join forces.

Cillian Murphy understands why Matt Damon called him "the worst dinner companion imaginable"

The Irish actor does not want to be distracted from his roles.

His "Oppenheimer" co-star Matt Damon recently told "60 Minutes" that Murphy is "the worst dinner companion imaginable."

Biden's dog bit Secret Service agents in 24 incidents

US President Joe Biden's family dog ​​Commander bit US Secret Service (USSS) personnel in at least 24 incidents at the White House and elsewhere, according to new internal USSS documents obtained by CNN.

For biting several people, Biden's dog is removed from the White House 0:59

Bobi, named the world's oldest dog, loses his title after an investigation

The dog Bobi, who died last year reportedly at the age of 31, has been stripped of the title of world's oldest dog following a review by Guinness World Records (GWR), the organization announced Thursday.

Bobi, the oldest dog in the world, dies in Portugal 0:59

A satellite weighing more than two tons fell to Earth: where was the impact, was there damage?

A European Space Agency (ESA) satellite re-entered Earth's atmosphere over the northern Pacific Ocean between Alaska and Hawaii on Wednesday afternoon and there have been no reports of damage so far, according to the agency. .

Satellite weighing more than 2,000 kilos heads uncontrollably towards Earth 0:47

The figure of the day

US$200 million 

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the US plans to provide $200 million to the multinational security support mission in Haiti.

The quote of the day

"Where the hell is this coming from? If I had stood here 10 or 15 years ago and said all this, you would all think I should be hospitalized."

US President Joe Biden is adopting persuasive rhetoric as he calls for resistance from former President Donald Trump and Republicans over Ukraine and Russia.

He thus referred to Trump having compared himself to Alexey Navalny.

Biden says Navalny believed in Russia and blames Putin for his death 2:14

And to finish...

A passenger tried to open the emergency door in the middle of an American Airlines flight

Passenger wanted to open the emergency door of the plane in mid-flight 1:33

An American Airlines flight was forced to return to the airport in Albuquerque, New Mexico, after a passenger attempted to open the emergency door shortly after takeoff.

These are the images of the incident.