Home / World (page 3)

World

Coronavirus | Luis Lacalle Pou defended the flexible quarantine: “I was not willing to go against a police state”

For the first time since he became president of uruguayLuis Lacalle Pou gave an interview to an Argentine media. It was in Leuko’s words, where he talked about the strategy he adopted to meet the pandemic coronavirus. “He was not willing to go to a police state,” he said of his decision not to impose strict quarantine. He also stressed …

Read More »

Mexico reaches 36,327 deaths and 311,486 infected with COVID-19

Covid Conference (Photo: Steve Allen) Director General of Epidemiology José Luis Alomía Zegarra, reported that at the end of this July 14, they add 36 327 deaths and 311486 cumulative confirmed cases of the new coronavirus (COVID-19). So far, 363,930 have been counted. negative cases and 80,721 are suspects, in addition, 193,976 people have recovered. At the same time, it …

Read More »

An aluminum foil phone, a million dollars in cash and three citizenships: the reasons Ghislaine Maxwell will remain in prison

Ghislaine Maxwell, former partner of Jeffrey Epstein, will remain in jail until his trial in July next year The British Ghislaine Maxwell, ex-girlfriend Jeffrey Epstein and accused of recruiting minors so that the deceased financier sexually abused them, He pleaded not guilty Tuesday and offered a $ 5 million bond. to be released. The New York law firm, which is …

Read More »

Whatsapp fell: the service was suspended for half an hour around the world

The WhatsApp messaging service fell on this Tuesday afternoon for about 25 minutes: it did not allow sending messages, which was left with the small logo on the watch, except to prevent it from being used in its web version. Near Argentina 5.35, it returned to normalcy. The problem was reported in various countries until it was confirmed worldwide. “We …

Read More »

Tribute to healthcare professionals, some masks and protests: how was the national day on July 14 in France – infobae

Tribute to health professionals, some masks and protests: how was the national day on July 14 in French infobae France celebrated its national day with masks and tributes to the dead workers Télam Bastille Day: a different celebration with chinstraps and to honor Clarins health “heroes” AMP.- Cvirus.- Macron announces that the mask from August 1 will be mandatory in …

Read More »

The last words that white supremacist Daniel Lewis Lee tried to avoid being executed in a federal prison in the United States

Lee, a white supremacist, was sentenced to death for the 1999 murder of William Mueller, an arms dealer, his wife, Nancy, and their eight-year-old daughter, Sarah Powell. Daniel Lewis Lee, the first prisoner to be executed in a 17-year federal prison, declared his innocence in his last words, according to a local newspaper that was being executed. “I did not” …

Read More »

Fernando Polack announced how to apply for the vaccine

14 July 2020 10:02 Fernando Polack, pediatrician and physician for infectious diseases, spoke with Marcelo Longobardi in “Cada Mañana” on Radio Miter. The Doctor Fernando Polack He is leading one of the studies to beat the coronavirus. It will be held in Argentina and will act as a possible pandemic vaccine. Coronavirus: who will be the first to receive the …

Read More »

Mauricio Macri revealed why he traveled to Paraguay and asked to open quarantine: “You have to get out of fear”

Former President Mauricio Macri explained the reasons for his “lightning trip” to Paraguay in the midst of the coronavirus-reinforced quarantine and criticized the Argentine government for the measures taken during the pandemic. “(The trip) was due to an invitation from my friend (former) President (Horacio) Cartes to review an agenda for how to get out of this moment that this …

Read More »

The U.S. Supreme Court approved the first federal executions in 17 years

AFP 163 The U.S. Supreme Court approved the first federal executions in 17 years on Tuesday., overturned an earlier decision by another court that suspended them. “We are revoking the preliminary decision from the district court and the executions can take place as planned,” the Supreme Court said, referring to the planned executions of four prisoners in death row. The …

Read More »