Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
Five things you need to know
Saudi Arabia has defeated Argentina in one of the biggest shocks in the history of the World Cup. The Saudis, ranked 51st in the world, came from a goal behind to beat the two-time world champions, who are captained by Lionel Messi.
American comic Jay Leno has posed for a photograph for the first time since he was burned in a fire at his Los Angeles home. The 72-year-old spent 10 days in hospital after the accident.
Flying taxis could be one step closer to becoming reality after regulators in the US published a set of rules to formally govern the use of the futuristic vehicles. The FAA said the rules will now go through a period of public consultation before going into effect.
Australian police have identified a serial rapist known as the "Bondi Beast" almost 40 years after his first attack. Keith Simms, who is now dead, attacked 31 women between 1985 and 2001, at times entering their homes or targeting them as they jogged.
Beast of Bondi serial rapist is finally unmasked in DNA breakthrough... nine months after he died https://t.co/CDukh6FF76— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) November 22, 2022
A man in the Indian state of Gujarat has been jailed for six months after letting his cows roam the streets. Prakash Jairam Desai was found guilty of letting the animals loose and endangering the public.
Man in India jailed for letting cows roam streets https://t.co/qHx2hxRVGp— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) November 22, 2022
In happier news, European scientists have pledged to investigate whether electricity could be wirelessly beamed to Earth from space. The European Space Agency wants to find out if having huge solar farms in space would be cost effective.
European space agency considers plan for orbiting solar farms to beam energy to Earth https://t.co/QxVrUFFxMZ— Independent Climate (@indy_climate) November 22, 2022