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India overwhelmed by world’s worst Covid crisis
International help is being pledged for India as it battles a ferocious second wave of coronavirus, described by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a storm that has shaken the nation.
Almost 350,000 new infections were recorded in India in the latest 24 hour period - a record number for the fourth day in a row.
As the epidemic continues to grow hospitals are under intolerable pressure - with shortages of beds and critical supplies including oxygen.
Panama reports 1,201 new COVID-19 cases and 8 deaths in 24 hours
According to the epidemiological report of the Minsa to date, 11,369 active cases and 379,858 recovered patients are counted in Panama.
Visits to La Joya prison complex suspended due to covid-19 outbreaks
The General Directorate of the Penitentiary System reported that the suspension of visits to La Joya is due to the recent outbreaks of covid-19 cases.
President Cortizo sanctions law that creates the AMBER Alert System
By law, a committee is created that must implement, coordinate, define, execute, control and evaluate the actions of the AMBER Alert System.
Minsa enables a center for vaccination with AstraZeneca in El Chorrillo
The center for vaccination with AstraZeneca doses in El Chorrillo is located at the Manuel José Hurtado school.
Company in Veraguas registers more than 40 COVID-19 infected employees
Residents of the province of Veraguas reported that these people continued to go out to stores and supermarkets despite being infected with COVID-19.
Biden Calls Closure Of Hong Kong's Apple Daily "Sad Day For Media Freedom"
Joe Biden called on Beijing to stop targeting the independent press and release detained journalists and media executives.
Canada's Trudeau Says We Must "Learn From Our Past" (the genocide that founded Canada) After School Graves Found
Justin Trudeau called the discoveries in British Columbia and Saskatchewan provinces "a shameful reminder of the systemic racism, discrimination, and injustice that indigenous p...
Miami: Shocking Videos and Photos of the Building Collapse
Miami woke up shocked by the collapse of a building in the Surf Side area, near Miami Beach.
More Than 750 Unmarked Graves Found Near Indigenous School In Canada as another evidence for the genocide that founded the country
"As of yesterday, we have hit 751 unmarked graves" at the site of the former Marieval boarding school in Saskatchewan province, Cowessess First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme told ...
Mercedes-Benz US Accidentally Puts Out Data From Nearly 1,000 Customers
No Mercedes-Benz system was compromised and no files were maliciously misused, the company said.
The Point is Bottega Veneta's New It Bag
When it comes to Bottega Venetas handbags, the fashion-favorite Pouch may come to mind, but the new Point bag may take its place.
UK Court of Appeal confirms Deliveroo riders are self employed
Britain's Court of Appeal confirmed on Thursday that riders for food delivery firm Deliveroo were self-employed, dismissing a union appeal against past judgments on their status.
Hong Kong's Apple Daily to live on in blockchain, free of censors
Under the national security law, the Hong Kong government can request the blocking or removal of content it deems subversive or secessionist
Phones and laptops could charge in five minutes thanks to battery breakthrough
A breakthrough into how we look into batteries could lower charging times for laptops and phones to five minutes or less.
A smart tech expert explains the 3 dramatic ways our homes may change by 2070
The days of struggling to salvage a meal after work could be numbered – but what else can we expect to change?
Britney Spears speaks in court for first time with bombshell testimony
Britney Spears appeared in court for the first time regarding her conservatorship and delivered shocking testimony, comparing the order to ‘abuse’ and slamming her father Jamie ...
McAfee death: Letter ‘Q’ on Instagram sparks conspiracy theories
As social media fills with conspiracy, Catalan authorities insist “everything indicates” John McAfee took his own life.
Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani's license suspended in New York
Former President Donald Trump’s longtime lawyer Rudy Giuliani has had his law practice in New York suspended.
Does the Covid vaccine impact periods?
Almost 4,000 UK women have reported changes to their period patterns after receiving a coronavirus vaccine.
South African Brothers Disappear, Along With $3.2 Billion Worth Of Bitcoin
Two brothers and founders of Cape Town-based cryptocurrency investment platform, Africrypt, have disappeared, potentially making off with $3.2 billion worth of their client’s bi...
FBI Secretary Ray urges businesses to stop paying ransoms to hackers
FBI Secretary Chris Ray begs listed companies and other hacking victims to avoid paying ransoms, bolding cybercriminals and intensifying future attacks.
Harry and Meghan rejected Earl of Dumbarton title for Archie for containing word 'dumb'
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex rejected the title Earl of Dumbarton for their son Archie because it contained the word "dumb".
Crypto Strategist: Worst of This Bitcoin Correction Is Behind Us
According to popular crypto analyst and strategist Nicholas Merten the worst of the latest Bitcoin correction is likely behind us.
Can DOGE Rally Towards $1 Again in 2021 – Here's What Experts Say
The question in ever Dogecoin bulls mind during these tough times of market volatility, is can Dogecoin make another leap towards 1$ price. And if yes; when?
Panama reports 1,077 new COVID-19 cases and 7 deaths in 24 hours
In total, Panama accumulates 396,526 cases of covid-19 and 6,491 deaths due to this disease, according to the epidemiological report of the Minsa.
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