5 Things Wednesday, October 30: Who Protests And What They Ask For In Bolivia

There may be snow in several cities in the United States for Halloween night. A spy would have stolen the underwear of the ISIS leader for a DNA test. This is what you should know to start the day. First the truth.

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Bolivia: who protests, why and what do they ask?

On Tuesday, a march at the headquarters of the Government of Bolivia tried to prevent vehicular passage in one of the main avenues of the city of La Paz. The authorities dispersed the protesters with pepper gas. The protests began Monday night and have already spread to La Paz, Santa Cruz, Oruro and Sucre. The opposition denounces an alleged electoral fraud. In an interview with Fernando del Rincón in Conclusions on Thursday, Carlos Mesa said "fraud is being consummated and ratified." The opposition leader points out that “this result breaks all legitimacy of an eventual government of Evo Morales; I would be an illegitimate president. ” For his part, Morales denounced on October 23 that the right of Bolivia, with international support, prepared for a coup d'etat. The president called on Bolivians to defend democracy. Here we tell you who protest and what they ask for.

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Democrats move towards Trump's political trial

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A spy would have stolen the underwear of the ISIS leader for a DNA test

A spy from the Kurdish forces in Syria stole the underwear from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to obtain a DNA sample from the ISIS leader and help the US army. UU. with its location, Kurdish officials said: “Our own source, who had been able to reach al-Baghdadi, brought his underwear to perform a DNA test and make sure (100%) that the person in question was al-Baghdadi himself "

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While California burns, these parts of the US will freeze

The first snowfall of the season is expected to fall in parts of the Midwest in the next few days, the National Weather Service said. That means that Iowa, southern Minnesota, northern Missouri, northern Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan could have a winter Halloween. Chicago could be covered with snow for Halloween night. "There have been six cases in the history of Chicago where snow has fallen on this traditional date," said the National Weather Service in Chicago that, if it receives a considerable amount of snow this Halloween, would arrive 17 days earlier than normal.

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The 10 main heroes of CNN

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Your guide to the Halloween label

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"There is a general state of irritation and discomfort."

Luis Maira, former Chilean ambassador to Mexico and Argentina, explains that the protests that have shaken Chilean society in recent days are the result of a sum of factors, since the constitution made by the dictator Augusto Pinochet. In an interview with Carmen Aristegui, Maira says that society is tired of price increases and business scandals, among other situations.

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