5 things March 25th


Mueller did not discover that Trump or his campaign conspired with Russia, but neither did he exonerate from obstructionism. Netanyahu visits the White House. Prince Charles is in Cuba. Chapo Guzmán's lawyers are running out of time to look for a new trial. This Monday there will be a conference where Apple will present a new product – or service? -. This is what you need to know to start the day. First the truth

1. Mueller did not discover that Trump or his campaign conspired with Russia, but did not acquit him from obstruction

Special prosecutor Robert Mueller did not discover that the campaign of US President Donald Trump or someone connected to her conspired with Russia, Attorney General William Barr said Sunday.

Mueller also lacked sufficient evidence to prosecute Trump for obstruction of justice, Barr wrote.

"Although this report does not conclude that the president has committed a crime, he does not exonerate him," Mueller said. "No collusion, no obstruction, complete and total EXEMPTION. KEEP AMERICA TO THE GREAT!" Trump tweeted. The Democrats, on the other hand, have asked Barr to publish the full report of Mueller and to provide Congress with the underlying evidence of the special prosecutor. They threaten to sue and bring to trial the Trump administration if they are not satisfied with what the Justice Department provides.

2. A student from Parkland died in apparent suicide; it would be the second in a week

The student, who was enrolled at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, at the time of his death, was not publicly identified. The death occurred this Saturday evening and is under investigation, said Coral Springs police spokesman. It is unclear under what circumstances the student died, or what connection, if any, had last year in high school. News of the student's death arrives when the Parkland community mourns the death of Sydney Aiello, a former school student who died last Sunday.

3. Prince Charles in Cuba

The real overseas visits always attract a great deal of scrutiny, but none in recent memory has been so politically sensitive and potentially inflammatory for the UK's closest ally. Prince Charles of England and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, arrived on Sunday in Havana, Cuba. It is the first official visit made by members of the British crown to the Caribbean island, in a context global in which the president of the United States, Donald Trump, overturned many of the policies of the Obama era towards Cuba, restoring trade and travel restrictions. How can it be interpreted by diplomacy and international relations?

4. Netanyahu visits the White House

Two weeks before the general elections in Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in the United States on Monday for a visit to President Trump. Netanyahu will also attend the annual conference of the Israel Public Affairs Committee Israel, or AIPAC, in Washington. The visit comes in this context: a few days ago Trump promised that the United States will recognize the Golan Heights, a territory of Syria occupied by Israel since 1967, as a sovereign Israeli region. Also, earlier this month, Netanyahu was accused of corruption, among other things, and accused the Israeli left of accusations of a witch hunt to end his political career.

5. The time for Chapo Guzmán's lawyers is over

Lawyers for drug trafficker Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán face a deadline to seek a new trial next Thursday. They said they would do so, citing a report that the jurors violated the court's rules and followed the proceedings. CNN has not confirmed the report.

At the time of coffee

Apple conference scheduled
This Monday at 13:00 ET, Apple will make its next big revelation. It is said to be a new broadcast service that will steal the show at the big event of the technology giant.

The Chilean minister publishes videos taking a shower to save water
The Minister of Environment of Chile, Carolina Schmidt, has shown with a video on social networks that it is possible to take a shower in three minutes.

Five women form the crew of the tugboat Monte Cristi
Five young women form the crew of the tugboat Monte Cristi, in the Dominican Republic. They rejected the criticism of the naval industry and decided to win a place in maritime works.

Federal cause against family for opioid crisis
More than 600 native cities, counties and tribes of 28 US states filed a federal lawsuit against eight members of the Sackler family, owners of the pharmaceutical giant Purdue Pharma LP, accusing them of creating the opioid addiction crisis through the ownership of company, which produces the painkiller OxyContin. A spokesman for the Sackler family denied the allegations and Purdue Pharma denied the irregularities.

With native clothing, the Guatemalan woman runs the Los Angeles marathon
Maria del Carmen Tun Cho, 46, took part in the Los Angeles marathon this Sunday, using her native dress.

The figure

US $ 1.29 million
A UAE perfumery claims to have created the most expensive perfume in the world. Called Shamukh, "which deserves the best" in Arabic, and with a price of $ 1,295,000 per three liters, its manufacturers claim that it is the product of three years of research and 494 tests on perfumes.

L & # 39; event

"The furniture slid around the room, slipped backwards and with it came people and glass."
After being evacuated to the coast, the American passenger Jan Terbruegen described the CNN subsidiary Dagbladet, the scenes aboard the Viking Sky, a cruise that had a harrowing day on Saturday at sea.

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