1. Detention and release of Guaidó
The president of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, was arrested this Sunday by a command of the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service (SEBIN), but shortly after he was released, without actually knowing why he was taken away. As leader of the Legislative Power and, for many, the visible head of the opposition at this time, Guaidó has parliamentary immunity. After leaving the brief captivity, he described the arrest as a kidnapping. The Government of Venezuela attributed its detention to four SEBIN officials, who, according to an official statement, acted in a personal capacity and without orders from superiors. CNN also learned that several embassies are willing to protect Guaidó if he decides to assume the position of president. The president of the National Assembly decided to ignore the government of President Nicolás Maduro, a move that produced part of the international community to support him. For this Tuesday a speech by Maduro is expected in which he mentions this and other topics of the Venezuelan crisis.
2. New caravan of migrants?
We seek refuge. In Honduras they kill us, "says the call for a possible new migrant caravan in Honduras that circulates on social networks. According to the call, the caravan would leave for the United States on Tuesday morning from San Pedro Sula, in northern Honduras. The authorities of Mexico and Central America try to dissuade the organizers and also those who want to join the initiative.
3. Crisis in Guatemala
This Monday there will be a session in the Guatemalan Congress to receive the third report of the Government of President Jimmy Morales. A group of merchants left this Saturday to show their support for Morales and hours later a large group of people from different sectors staged a demonstration with artistic performances to show their discontent with the critical situation of instability that the Central American country is experiencing. In social networks circulate calls for more demonstrations this Monday.
The president of Argentina, Mauricio Macri, will travel to Brasilia on Wednesday to meet with his Brazilian counterpart, Jair Bolsonaro. Silvina Batakis, former Minister of Economy of the province of Buenos Aires, spoke with CNN in Spanish about how the arrival of Bolsonaro in power affects Argentina. Recall that Macri chose not to go to take possession of Bolsonaro, but was one of the first to congratulate him for his triumph through his Twitter account.
5. Voting of the Brexit
On Tuesday, the British Parliament will vote on the agreement proposed by the Government of Prime Minister Theresa May to leave the European Union. The most recent thing we came up with is that London-based financial services is moving to other European cities to avoid the havoc that an abrupt brexit can cause without an agreement. The Bank of England already warned that the consequences of such a scenario would be worse than the 2008 financial crisis. A report last week estimates that Brexit has cost Britain $ 1 trillion.
At coffee time
How do drugs enter the US?
Drug traffickers who have testified at the trial of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán say that drugs do not pass through the open parts of the border. A curious fact in times when President Donald Trump assures that a border wall would stop the flow of illegal substances from Mexico to the United States. How do they enter?
Tired of the mess?
In the Netflix show, Marie Kondo acts as a little fairy godmother of garbage and disorganization for people who do not know what to do with things in her house. Know what your method is about
The fifth Avenue of New York runs out of stores
In many cases, the expensive rent in downtown Manhattan has made a store there unsustainable.
Towards the mother of all shocks
The Great Magellanic Cloud will collide catastrophically with the Milky Way in 2 billion years, according to a study published this month.
A Starbucks with nursery
A new Starbucks store, designed for tourists, opened this Sunday in Bali, Indonesia, and is more than just a traditional coffee shop.
US $ 20 million
The figure raised by the GoFundMe campaign that sought to reach US $ 1,000 million to finance the border wall that demands Donald Trump, president of the USA. GoFundMe explained that the campaign was going for all or nothing, and for this reason they would have to return the US $ 20 million given by the donors.
"I do not keep anything secret, I could not care less. I mean, it's so ridiculous. These people invent. "
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, in a telephone interview with Jeanine Pirro on Fox News. Trump dismissed recent reports from The Washington Post and The New York Times about his private meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
And to finish…
The seven challenges of climate change in Latin America
As the incomes of people in the region increase, so does the consumption of fuel. This is only one of the seven challenges highlighted in the report "The Economics of Climate Change in Latin America and the Caribbean", by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).