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5 things you need to know this March 26

5 things you need to know this March 26

This is what the suspects in the Russia attack looked like: Were they tortured? A new migrant caravan of 2,000 people departs from southern Mexico. Dani Alves was released on temporary bail. Here's what you need to know to start tomorrow. First the truth.

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1. Corina Yoris: “These are very dark times”

Venezuelan opposition member Corina Yoris, who denounced being unable to register as a presidential candidate, told CNN en Español, “It's a dark time, not to say black, in Venezuelan political reality.” Yoris was the presidential candidate to replace María Corina Machado, who won the opposition primary, and was disqualified from public office in January and barred from running. Yoris said he didn't get the key to the digital record That he cannot go to the National Election Council.

2. The UN Security Council approves a resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza

Tensions between the US and Israel came to the fore on Monday, when Washington passed a UN resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. The Security Council approved it.

3. This is how the suspects in the attack in Russia appeared: Were they tortured?

The suspects from the former Soviet republic of Tajikistan, who were working in Russia on temporary or expired visas, were identified by the Moscow City Court as Dalerdzhon Mirzoyev, Saidakrami Rachabalizoda, Shamsidin Fariduni and Mukhammadsobir Faizov. They face a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. Videos and still images have surfaced on Russian social media showing the men's violent interrogation.

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4. Dani Alves released on provisional bail

Brazilian footballer Dani Alves was released on bail this afternoon after posting the US$1.1 million bail required by the court that sentenced him to four years and six months in prison in February for sexually assaulting a woman. 2022.

5. Boeing CEO announces resignation

In a major management shakeup at Boeing, CEO Dave Calhoun said Monday he plans to leave the company at the end of the year. The company's president and head of the commercial aviation division are also leaving.


At coffee time

A country that stripped the “holy” from the main week for Christians

“What do you have planned for Easter?” I asked a friend days ago. “Tour week, you mean,” he corrected me quickly, in a half-joking, half-serious tone. And in Uruguay – officially – the main week of the Christian calendar was stripped of the adjective “holy” 100 years ago. By law, this is tourism week.

The famous Sagrada Familia in Barcelona will finally be completed in 2026

The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona will be completed in 2026, 140 years after construction began, officials involved in the project have confirmed.

Elon Musk's lawsuit against hate speech watchdog dismissed

A federal judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit filed by Elon Musk's company X against a watchdog group for reporting hate speech on the social network. In a powerful 52-page ruling, the judge called X's case clearly punitive and noted that it did not focus on protecting the site's safety and legal rights.

Sean “DD” Combs' homes in California and Florida were searched, authorities confirm

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In response to reports of raids at the homes of Sean “DD” Combs, the Department of Homeland Security Intelligence said they, along with other law enforcement partners, “conducted police operations” as part of an ongoing investigation.

Trump's estimated net worth now owns Truth Social, a company set to go public

The reality social franchise Trump Media & Technology Group has closed its deal to go public, doubling former President Donald Trump's net worth.


Image of the day

2,000

According to CNN, a caravan of nearly 2,000 migrants from various nationalities left the Mexican state of Chiapas and the city of Tapachula on the border with Guatemala on Monday toward the United States.


Quote of the day

“Elections happen whether you're with us or not”

A message from Venezuela's president, Nicolás Maduro, to the country's opposition after registering as a candidate.


And to finish…

Aerial video shows cars overturned by flooding in Brazil

Aerial images show the effects of heavy rains in southeastern Brazil this weekend, which have killed at least 27 people. Rio de Janeiro's governor Claudio Castro and Espirito Santo's governor Renato Casagrande said in a message published last weekend in X that rescue operations were underway in both states and that residents were being asked to exercise caution.