Black plague case confirmed in China

Black plague case confirmed in China

The country is on high alert after this confirmation.

According to the BBC, the case was detected in the autonomous region of Inner Mongolia. He is a pastor who was admitted to a hospital in Bayannur, 860 kilometers from Beijing. The man is stable and remains in quarantine. For now, it is unknown how the victim will have become infected…

Rescue work in Myanmar continues

Rescue work in Myanmar continues

The landslide occurred last week at a jade mine in the north of the country. The accident has already killed 166 people.

This is already considered the worst disaster in the Myanmar jade industry, a poorly regulated sector and whose working conditions are dangerous, especially during the rainy season. So far, following the collapse that happened yesterday, 166 bodies have been found and 54 injured have been transported to hospitals in the region. Many of the fatal victims were minors who belonged to the Rakhine ethnic group…

Brazil exceeds 1.5 million cases of infection

Brazil exceeds 1.5 million cases of infection

The country still totals 63,174 deaths due to the new coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic.

The data are part of the latest bulletin from the Ministry of Health, which indicated that in the last 24 hours, 1,290 deaths and 42,223 new ones were registered by the new coronavirus. The lethality rate of the disease in the country remains today at 4.1%, when a possible relationship of 3,968 fatalities with the covid-19 is still under investigation…

14 children rescued from pedophilia network in Australia

14 children rescued from pedophilia network in Australia

Police dismantled a pedophile network that distributed videos and photographs of child abuse. Nine people were arrested.

The Australian federal police dismantled a pedophile network that created and distributed photographs and videos of children in situations of sexual abuse. Nine men were arrested and about 40 charges were charged against them, some of which could be worth life sentences…

More than 403 thousand dead and seven million infected worldwide

More than 403 thousand dead and seven million infected worldwide

The new coronavirus pandemic emerged in Wuhan in December

According to data collected by the AFP agency until Monday, at least 403,449 people have died and more than 7,030,330 have been infected in 196 countries and territories since the beginning of the epidemic in December 2019 in the Chinese city of Wuhan…

Police accused of George Floyd's death go to court today

Police accused of George Floyd’s death go to court today

Agent reportedly murdered a African American, asphyxiated with knee, in Minneapolis, USA.

Dereck Chauvin is accused of second-degree murder (intentional, but not premeditated), after initially only being charged with third-degree (involuntary) murder…

Armenian Prime Minister is infected

Armenian Prime Minister is infected

Nikol Pashinián’s wife and three children have also contracted Covid-19.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinián announced today that he has contracted the new coronavirus, despite having no symptoms, and that he will continue to work from his home. In a video published on Facebook, Pashinián, who turns 45 today, said that his wife and his three children are also infected…

Clashes during protests in Canada over the death of George Floyd

Clashes during protests in Canada over the death of George Floyd

Disobedience began after an order to disperse was given.

Thousands of people marched last Sunday in Montreal, Canada, to protest against racism and police violence in the United States, after the death of an African American…

Relieved emergency plans in several countries

Relieved emergency plans in several countries

Countries reopen economic, leisure and cultural activities

At a time when the pandemic seems to be beginning to break and with the summer approaching in the northern hemisphere, dozens of countries today reopen economic, leisure and cultural activities after the restrictions imposed because of Covid-19…

European Union defines tourism as a priority

European Union defines tourism as a priority

European Ministers responsible for tourism met on videoconference to discuss the future of this sector.

The meeting was requested by Croatia with all the ministers responsible for tourism to discuss the future of this sector. At the meeting, which took place by videoconference, it was decided that tourism will have to be one of the priorities in the European Union’s recovery plan…

Newborns Wear Face Shields in Brazil

Newborns Wear Face Shields in Brazil

This measure was imposed by a Brazilian maternity hospital to avoid any type of contamination.

The Regional Hospital of Asa Norte, in Brasília, decided to start putting face shields on newborns, children of mothers diagnosed with the new coronavirus or with suspicion of having been infected…

Trump says vaccine will be available by the end of the year

Trump says vaccine will be available by the end of the year

Several covid-19 vaccine projects are underway around the world.

“We plan to have a vaccine by the end of this year”, declared Donald Trump, during a special broadcast by Fox News television channel, broadcast from the Lincoln Memorial, a monument in Washington in honour of the 16th President of the United States Abraham Lincoln…

World hunger: almost 135 million people suffer from acute food insecurity

World hunger: almost 135 million people suffer from acute food insecurity

The conclusion is from the Global Report 2020 on Food Crises, released recently by the UN

This is the highest number in four years of existence of the report, organized by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Food Program.

Wuhan officially free from Covid-19

Wuhan officially free from Covid-19

The chinese city, epicenter of the new coronavirus, says it has not registered any case of infection for the first time in months.

Wuhan, the city where the new coronavirus was born, said Monday that it was “officially free” from Covid-19. The region does not register any new cases of infection for the first time in months and, in addition, in the last 24 hours, it has also not registered any fatalities and discharged all patients who were still in hospital…

Maria Sharapova received over 2 million SMS in 40 hours

Maria Sharapova received over 2 million SMS in 40 hours

Former Russian tennis player decided to give the personal number to speak to people during her quarantine.

The period of social isolation can be quite boring and, therefore, Sharapova had the idea of sharing the mobile phone number on social networks for anyone who wanted to contact her, with the promise that she would respond to all messages sent to her…

Louvre Museum was the most visited in 2019

Louvre Museum was the most visited in 2019

Louvre had 9.6 million entries but the three exhibitions with the most daily visitors took place in Brazil.

The Louvre Museum, in Paris, was the most visited in 2019, with 9.6 million entries, revealed the Art Newspaper publication.
Annually, The Art Newspaper reveals which museums and exhibitions are most visited globally, based on data provided by the museums themselves or art centers…

Vanuatu Island hit by Category 5 cyclone

Vanuatu Island hit by Category 5 cyclone

Cyclone Harold caused 27 deaths in the Solomon Islands.

Cyclone winds show the violence of Cyclone Harold in the South Pacific. The category 5 storm – the most severe of the scale – reached the island of Vanuatu this Monday, with gusts of 215 km/ hour (133 mph), heavy rains and causing maritime phenomena.
Sanma province is the most affected.
Although the authorities did not report any injuries, the Red Cross reports damage to overturned houses and power lines, indicating that some people were forced to seek shelter in caves…

Coronavirus has killed 68,125 people and infected more than 1.2 million

Coronavirus has killed 68,125 people and infected more than 1.2 million

Countries with the most deaths in the last 24 hours are the United States, Spain and the United Kingdom.

The new coronavirus pandemic has killed around 68,125 people worldwide and has infected more than 1.2 million since December, according to an AFP agency report, at 8PM yesterday, through official sources in the various countries.
According to data collected by the French news agency, more than 1,244,740 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed in 191 countries and territories since the epidemic began last December in China…

Koalas rescued from Australian fires return to natural habitat

Koalas rescued from Australian fires return to natural habitat

Animals are returning to the forests after the unprecedented fires have devastated more than a million hectares in the country

Four adult koalas and one younger koala were released in Kanangra-Boyd National Park, in New South Wales. They are the first of 12 koalas rescued from the Blue Mountains to return “home”, after being housed in January by the Taronga Zoo in Sydney.

Coronavirus has caused more than 10 300 deaths worldwide

Coronavirus has caused more than 10 300 deaths worldwide

More than 324 290 cases of infection were detected in 171 countries and territories

The new coronavirus has already caused at least 14,396 deaths worldwide, after ir was first identified in December, according to the latest report by the France-Press agency.
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, more than 324,290 cases of infection have been detected in 171 countries and territories.

Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison

Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison

Hollywood producer was found guilty of sexual violence crimes.

Harvey Weinstein was recently sentenced to 23 years in prison. The former producer, and a big name of Holywood industry, was found guilty of the crimes of rape.
At stake are the cases of two women. Weinstein was convicted of raping one of them and forcing oral sex on the other.

Coachella postponed due to coronavirus

Coachella postponed due to coronavirus

The North American festival is one of the largest in the world.

The promoter of the event announced the postponement of Coachella because of the worldwide impact of the new coronavirus.
This year’s edition of the festival would take place on April 10-12 and April 17-19 in Indio, California, USA.
It has now been postponed to the weekends from 9th to the 11th and from 16th to 18th of October.

Couple dies two hours apart due to Covid-19

Couple dies two hours apart due to Covid-19

Severa Belotti and Luigi Carrara had been together for 60 years.

Severa Belotti and Luigi Carrara, aged 82 and 86 respectively, died in the hospital in Bergamo, Italy, after being in isolation for eight days in the house where they lived in Albino.
The elderly were alone, without any medical assistance and with 39º of fever, since there was no doctor available to help them.

US limits number of Chinese correspondent journalists

US limits number of Chinese correspondent journalists

The measure applies to Beijing-controlled media and was the Trump Administration’s response to the expulsion of three Wall Street Journal journalists from China.

The Trump Administration has announced that it will limit the number of Chinese journalists linked to the Chinese Communist Party-controlled media who are correspondents in the United States.