A US court has allowed Texas to ban most abortions

Tens of thousands of women took to the streets in cities across the United States last weekend, claiming their reproductive rights. A U.S. federal appeals court ruled Friday that Texas could resume its ban on multiple abortions, two days after another court suspended the ban. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican, appealed the decision … Read more

Pfizer asks for US approval for Covid vaccine for children aged 5-11

US drugmaker Pfizer said on Thursday it has formally requested permission to use its Covid-19 vaccine in children ages five to 11. Pfizer tweeted early Thursday that the two companies had “officially submitted our request” to the FDA “for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of our #COVID19 vaccine in children ages 5 to Originally published as … Read more

Azure waters, limestone cliffs: tourists return to Afghan ‘Grand Canyon’

After the Taliban took power, the site in Bamiyan province was abandoned, but seven weeks later, tourists begin to return The breathtaking azure waters of the Band-e Amir Lakes are once again attracting Afghan tourists, who brave bumpy roads to experience the so-called Grand Canyon of Afghanistan. The six lakes in the heart of the … Read more

Extreme heat caused by urbanization, global warming threatens cities: study

Rapid population growth and global warming are increasing exposure to extreme heat in cities, exacerbating health problems and making moving to urban areas less beneficial for the world’s poor, according to a study released Monday. The rise affects nearly a quarter of the world’s population, according to the report published in the “Proceedings of the … Read more

Jodi wins the Nobel Prize for unlocking the mystery of temperature, touch

American scientists David Julius and Ardem Patapautian received the Nobel Prize in Medicine on Monday for their discovery of receptors for temperature and touch. Julius, who won the in 3 million Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences in 201, said he was shocked to receive a phone call from the Nobel Committee on Monday morning. Originally … Read more

Beijing Games organizers admit ‘great pressure’ over Covid

The organizers of the Beijing Winter Olympics said on Monday they are experiencing “great pressure” over Covid-19 as China ramps up preparations with a series of test events. The February Games could be the most limited mass sporting event since the start of the pandemic, with no international spectators and a vaccine mandate for anyone … Read more

The United States has surpassed 1,000,000 cowardly deaths: Johns Hopkins

The white flag is seen at the National Mall near the White House as part of a September 2021 project to mark the death of US Covid-1 deaths एक a toll that has exceeded ०० 1,000,000. The death toll from Covid 1 in the United States rose to more than 700,000 on Friday, according to … Read more

From slavery to police brutality, new museum documents American history of racism

Slavery, lynchings, segregation, mass incarceration and police brutality: A museum open Friday in the state of Alabama makes a direct link between the United States’ racist past and current inequality. The Legacy Museum in the state capital of Montgomery is located where black people were once forced into slavery. “I can think of no other … Read more

YouTube prevents misinformation against vaccines

YouTube announced Wednesday that it has falsely claimed videos and some high-profile users that approved vaccines are dangerous, as social networks seek to crack down on misinformation about Kovid 1 and other diseases. .

The WHO chief apologized to DR Congo staff for sexual harassment

Health workers flood the eastern DR Congo to fight Ebola after the disease spread to the region in August 201. The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) apologized on Tuesday after a UN agency staffer accused independent investigators of sexually abusing DR Congo, citing “obvious structural failure” and “personal negligence”. “This is a black … Read more

The WHO chief apologized to DR Congo staff for sexual harassment

Health workers flood the eastern DR Congo to fight Ebola after the disease spread to the region in August 201. The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) apologized on Tuesday after a UN agency staffer accused independent investigators of sexually abusing DR Congo, citing “obvious structural failure” and “personal negligence”. “This is a black … Read more

The United States is set to lift travel bans on vaccinated passengers

1 The United States has made a significant change in easing travel bans imposed by Donald Trump since the outbreak of the Kovid 1 pandemic a month ago. The United States announced Monday that it will lift the Covid travel ban on all air travelers in November if they have been fully vaccinated and have … Read more

US ends travel ban on vaccinated passengers

The easing of travel restrictions imposed 18 months ago by Donald Trump when the Covid-19 pandemic first broke out marks a major shift by the US The United States announced Monday that it will lift the Covid travel ban on all airline passengers in November if they are fully vaccinated, tested and undergo contact tracing. … Read more

World on ‘catastrophic’ path to 2.7C warming: UN chief

With warming of 1.1°C to date, the world has seen a torrent of deadly weather disasters exacerbated by climate change in recent months. A failure to cut global emissions will put the world on a “catastrophic” path to 2.7 degrees Celsius warming, UN chief Antonio Guterres warned Friday, just weeks before climate talks were set … Read more

The Austrian ski resort Kovid hears the first lawsuit for the outbreak

The Tyrolean ski resort of Ischgl was the site of a notorious outbreak of coronavirus in March 2020. The first civil case was filed in a Vienna court on Friday over the infamous coronavirus outbreak at a popular ski resort last year, where thousands of people from 45 countries claim to have been infected. It … Read more

The Austrian ski resort Kovid hears the first lawsuit for the outbreak

The Tyrolean ski resort of Ischgl was the site of a notorious outbreak of coronavirus in March 2020. The first civil case was filed in a Vienna court on Friday over the infamous coronavirus outbreak at a popular ski resort last year, where thousands of people from 45 countries claim to have been infected. It … Read more

Duterte of the Philippines does not assist in ICC drug war research

Rights groups, lawyers and relatives of those killed in the drug war have welcomed the International Criminal Court’s decision. President Rodrigo Duterte’s lawyer, who will not co-operate with the International Criminal Court’s investigation into the Philippine drug war, said on Thursday that the tribunal had no jurisdiction over the country. ICC judges on Wednesday authorized … Read more

UPS exec sees supply chain disorder stretching to 2022

UPS International President Scott Price expressed confidence that transportation costs could be contained in 2022 after the company introduced a series of surcharges earlier in the pandemic amid skyrocketing demand and higher operating costs UPS hopes for more supply chain problems in 2022 after this year’s upheaval, but doesn’t expect the disruption to cause huge … Read more

Marie-Antoinette diamond for auction in Geneva

Marie-Antoinette, the last Queen of France before the Revolution, was guillotined in Paris in October 1933. Two magnificent diamond bracelets from French Queen Marie-Antoinette will go under the hammer in Geneva later this year, auction house Christie’s said on Wednesday. The 112 diamond-coated bracelets will be sold together and are expected to fetch between ४ … Read more

Mexico’s Supreme Court has ruled that abortion is unconstitutional

Proponents of the legalization of abortion take part in a demonstration in Guadalajara, Mexico, on September 2, 2020, in the framework of International Safe Abortion Day. Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that criminalizing abortion is an unconstitutional decision that has been hailed as “historic” by rights activists in conservative Latin American countries. The information group … Read more

California law seeks ‘gender-neutral’ toy paths

Toys and teething products must be displayed in a gender-neutral way — as well as in the traditional way — in major California department stores, under a bill passed by the state legislature Gender-neutral toy aisles may become mandatory in California department stores, under rules being considered in the state legislature. Department store Target, with … Read more

Right-leaning US Supreme Court deals blow to abortion rights

President Joe Biden denounced the Supreme Court’s failure to block a restrictive abortion law in Texas A Donald Trump-transformed Supreme Court has dealt the worst blow to abortion rights in the United States in 50 years by refusing to block a Texas law banning the procedure after six weeks of pregnancy. But the court refused … Read more

Taiwan receives first batch of politically charged Pfizer vaccine

Taiwan received the first batch of Pfizer-Biontech coronavirus vaccine on Thursday, a distribution organized by two tech giants and a philanthropist due to diplomatic pressure from China. Taipei tried to secure Pfizer-Biotech jobs from Germany but was hampered: Shanghai-based Fosun has distribution rights to China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Originally published Taiwan receives first … Read more

WHO monitors new coronavirus version of ‘Mu’

The ‘Mu’ coronavirus variant, first identified in Colombia, indicates a risk of mutation vaccine resistance, says WHO The World Health Organization says it is aware of a new corona virus known as “Mu”, which was first identified in Colombia in January. Five variants, including Mu, to be monitored. .

Twitch video gamers rise up against ‘hate speech’

Chonki’s stream, a Jew-Chinese New Yorker, was flooded with anti-Jewish messages and images of swastikas Night after night, the video game streamer RekItRaven watches as their feed is flooded with abusive messages. Hate print, still. Incidents of “hate speech” in recent months – a barrage of racist, sexual and homophobic abuse – have made life … Read more

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