Monday, May 17, 2021
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15 Ultimate Perfumes for Summer
From Valentino and YSL to Louis Vuitton and more, these fragrances are the best new scents to adopt as the warm weather arrives.
Panama reports first day without deaths from COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic
Sucre: "No deaths have been reported yesterday, so today we would be reporting zero deaths in our statement."
Panama reports 344 new COVID-19 cases and no deaths in 24 hours
For this Sunday, the Minsa report does not register deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours for the first time since the start of the pandemic in March 2020.
Businesses ask the authorities to be transparent and consistent
The Cciap considers that the announcement by the authorities about the curfew and quarantine for Chiriquí and Veraguas opens the door to uncertainty.
May 17, the use of face shields with masks in public transport becomes mandatory
The masks and face shields must be worn together, since one does not exempt the use of the other in transport.
Police detain 13 people for drinking alcohol in public in Villa Belén
The detention also occurred due to the violation of sanitary and administrative regulations and they were later transferred to the competent authorities.
Ireland refuses to pay ransom to cyber attackers who hacked health service
Ireland will not pay any ransom to cyber criminals who hacked its health service, the head of the Irish government has said.
70 sex questions to ask your partner, from the dirty to the flirty
Whether you’re in the first flushes of a relationship, are still just texting, or know each other inside out, it’s always fun to play a little question game.
Kobe Bryant's widow Vanessa gives tribute as he's inducted into Hall of Fame
Kobe Bryant’s widow Vanessa Bryant paid an emotional tribute to her late husband as he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
The robot doctor freeing up hospital beds
A hospital trial is using robots and virtual consultations to provide in-home care for patients.
How humanity has changed the food it eats
Processed food isn’t just a modern invention, created in factories from artificial ingredients. It is as old as humanity itself and may have helped create our species, writes Ni...
Four Takeaways From the New UK Cybersecurity Strategy
Two weeks ago, with much fanfare, the United Kingdom released a new strategy that sets out UK government’s approach to improving the country’s cybersecurity over the next five y...
Reminders on rise as WhatsApp update deadline looms
Users yet to accept new terms and conditions for the messaging platform WhatsApp will start to get "persistent" reminders after the 15 May deadline.
'Huge shortage' in digital skills says Apprentice winner
"Right now, I have 14 roles immediately available and over the last month we've had one application."
IBM says chip shortage could last two years
The boss of the US tech giant IBM has said a computer chip shortage could last another two years.
An Architect’s Beach House Brings California Surfer Vibes to Chigasaki, Japan
Architect and surfer Kenichiro Iwakiri renovates a beach house for himself in Shonan, a region of Japan known for its surf spots.
Victim of 'Elon Musk' Bitcoin scam loses home deposit
A victim of online scammers, who was conned into giving away her savings, has warned others not to make the same mistake.
Raf Simons Dives into the Archives for New Collection with Fred Perry
Raf Simons renews the collaboration with Fred Perry with the "Energy and Freedom of Youth" collection, a reinterpretation of the brand's archives combined with the cultural univ...
Is Bitcoin bad for the environment?
The BBC's Ros Atkins looks into Bitcoin's affect on the environment after Tesla suspended vehicle purchases using Bitcoin due to climate change concerns.
Facebook moderator: ‘Every day was a nightmare’
A Facebook moderator has for the first time given evidence revealing the mental toll of the job, to a parliamentary committee.
COVID-19: Eerily quiet Portugal looks ahead to influx of UK flights tomorrow morning
The tourist hotspot is looking quiet for this time of year - but that's all about to change as Britons head for sunnier climes.
Warnings on social media as 'manipulated' photos and videos about Israel-Gaza conflict go viral
Misleading videos shared by a spokesperson for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have been viewed over 300,000 times.
Boeing Must Inspect Older 737 Jets After Indonesia Crash: US Aviation Regulator
All Boeing 737-300, -400 and -500 planes will need to be examined, a total of 143 aircraft, according to a document from the Federal Aviation Administration seen by AFP.
Tel Aviv: Iron Dome filmed intercepting barrage of rockets over Israel
Israel's Iron Dome intercepted a barrage of rocket fire over Tel Aviv launched from the Gaza Strip.
Ireland’s Health Services hit with $20 million ransomware demand
Ireland's health service, the HSE, says they are refusing to pay a $20 million ransom demand to the Conti ransomware gang after the hackers encrypted computers and disrupted hea...
USA: 2-year-old accidentally shot parents and injured himself, sheriff says
A two-year-old shot his parents and wounded himself after picking up a gun from their nightstand on Wednesday morning, Maine police have confirmed.
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