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A century after the influenza virus pandemic (commonly referred to as the Spanish flu), the United States now has a record of nearly 700,000 deaths due to Covid-19. This week, the number of deaths associated with the new coronavirus surpassed the estimated number of deaths recorded between 1918 and 1920.
The US wants “everyone to be aware of the issue of any manipulation of gas prices through hoarding or failure to provide an adequate supply.” US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm warned this Wednesday against “manipulating” gas prices in Europe through “failure to provide adequate supplies.” “The United States has made
The United States of America, Australia, and the United Kingdom have announced a historic security partnership to defend their interests in the Indo-Pacific region, in the face of China’s wishes. The partnership will allow, in particular, Australia to acquire nuclear-powered submarines, which could jeopardize a large order of more than
Adnan Abu Walid Sahraoui is said to have been the mastermind of most attacks in the “three borders” region, a vast area spanning Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso. French President Emmanuel Macron announced this morning that the leader of the terrorist group “Islamic State in the Great Sahara” (EIGS), Adnan
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English playwright, poet, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's greatest dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon" (or simply "the Bard").
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More Americans have died from covid-19 than a century ago from the Spanish flu
A century after the influenza virus pandemic (commonly referred to as the Spanish flu), the United States now has a record of nearly 700,000 deaths due to Covid-19. This week, the number of deaths associated with the new coronavirus surpassed the estimated number of deaths recorded between 1918 and 1920.
Autonomous bus advances at Tokyo airport
Japanese airline All Nippon Airways is participating in a project to introduce an autonomous bus at Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport. The project also has the collaboration of the Chinese giant electric bus manufacturer BYD and the BYD K9 model, which has the capacity to transport up to 57 people. After
USA, Australia and UK together in the fight against China in the Indo-Pacific
The United States of America, Australia, and the United Kingdom have announced a historic security partnership to defend their interests in the Indo-Pacific region, in the face of China’s wishes. The partnership will allow, in particular, Australia to acquire nuclear-powered submarines, which could jeopardize a large order of more than
Ukraine admits “large scale” war with Russia
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zlensky said today that the current conflict between Kyiv and Moscow could lead to a “large-scale” war between Russia and Ukraine. “I suppose so,” replied the head of state when asked about tensions with Moscow during the Forum Yes Brainstorming 2021 taking place in Kyiv. Zelensky said
Pentagon and Espionage escape public UFO report
The Pentagon, the Intelligence Services, and some military agencies are blocking or simply ignoring efforts to catalog their files on unidentified flying objects (UFOs), designed to produce a final public report that would be presented to Congress, reveals Politico. The task force in charge of the Senate to evaluate this
Islamic State leader in the Great Sahara killed by French forces
Adnan Abu Walid Sahraoui is said to have been the mastermind of most attacks in the “three borders” region, a vast area spanning Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso. French President Emmanuel Macron announced this morning that the leader of the terrorist group “Islamic State in the Great Sahara” (EIGS), Adnan
LOLLAPALOOZA USA, CONFIRMED FOR 2021, ANNOUNCES PROGRAMMING WITH FOO FIGHTERS, POST MALONE AND VINTAGE CULTURE
With advanced vaccination, the American edition of the festival announced that it will happen between the 29th of July and the 1st of August. Foo Fighters, Post Malone, Tyler, The Creator, Miley Cyrus, and Brazilian DJ Vintage Culture are among the attractions of Lollapalooza in the United States, which will
Afghanistan: United States orders immediate use of 18 commercial planes to evacuate Afghans
The Pentagon today ordered the use, as an emergency, of 18 commercial aircraft from the United States of America (USA) to transport Afghans evacuated from Kabul. The US Defense announcement comes the day after France asked the US to allow and facilitate the withdrawal of citizens from allied countries and
Islamic State leader in the Great Sahara killed by French forces
Adnan Abu Walid Sahraoui is said to have been the mastermind of most attacks in the “three borders” region, a vast area spanning Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso. French President Emmanuel Macron announced this morning that the leader of the terrorist group “Islamic State in the Great Sahara” (EIGS), Adnan
The sinking of Hitler’s battleship Tirpitz
‘Last night’s raid successful. Tirpitz sunk.’ On 13 November 1944, this announcement at No 5 Bomber Group’s staff conference signalled the end of four and a half years of air effort by the RAF and Fleet Air Arm. The 52,000 tons armoured German battleship with 15 guns capable of 22.4 miles range
California to vote on whether to expel Democratic governor
More than 1.7 million signed a petition for a referendum on Gavin Newsom’s continuation in office. The governor’s role, particularly in managing the pandemic, is the target of much criticism. The population of the US state of California is called on Tuesday to vote in a referendum to decide whether
Heiress abandons legal fight to recover Pissarro work stolen by Nazis
When he located “La Bergère Rentrant des Moutons”, in a museum in Oklahoma, Léone-Noëlle Meyer accepted an agreement that stipulated the rotation of the work, every three years, between the United States and France. Although for years, she tried to annul that agreement, she has now announced that she will
Antibodies elicited by COVID-19 vaccination effective against delta variant
Findings help explain why vaccinated people at low risk during delta surge Researchers have found that the delta variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 is largely unable to evade antibodies elicited by vaccination. The findings help explain why vaccinated people have been at low risk of getting seriously ill
Cristiano Ronaldo scores two goals in his debut, and Manchester United beats Newcastle
He’s back! Cristiano Ronaldo had a re-entry worthy of his size at Manchester United. This Saturday, on his return to the English club after 12 years, Ronaldo fulfilled the expectations of the public present at Old Trafford, scored two goals, and opened the way for a 4-1 rout over Newcastle,
Submarine cables: Russia and China are fighting for control of the Internet routes on the seabed
The internet is the global information highway where all matters gravitate. As more people need this means of communication, more cables are being laid across the ocean floor. This phenomenon appears to be catching the attention of the Beijing and Moscow governments. These cables are the backbone for internet traffic,
4K ProRes recording is only available on the 256GB iPhone 13
Apple yesterday presented the iPhone 13 and brought some innovations in the field of cameras and video capture. One of the main innovations that is only available in the iPhone 13 Pro line is the compatibility with the ProRes video compression format, a feature that Apple has devoted a lot
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OLAF SCHOLZ
Olaf Scholz is a German politician who has been serving as Vice-Chancellor of Germany and Federal Minister of Finance since 14 March 2018. He previously served as First Mayor of Hamburg from 2011 to 2018 and was Deputy Leader of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) from 2009 to 2019. Scholz is a lawyer and was called to
F-15EX Fighter Jet
F-15EX is a next-generation fighter aircraft being developed by Boeing for the US Air Force (USAF). It is the latest iteration of the F-15 Eagle Mission Design Series and an upgraded version of the F-15 fourth-generation fighter jet. The new fighter is the most advanced variant of the multi-role, all-weather,
Space Pen
The Space Pen (also known as the Zero Gravity Pen), marketed by Fisher Space Pen Company, is a pen that uses pressurized ink cartridges and is able to write in zero gravity, underwater, over wet and greasy paper, at any angle, and in a very wide range of temperatures. Inventors The Fisher Space Pen was created by Austrian
Berlengas Archipelago
The Berlengas are a small archipelago composed of granite islands, which are located west of Cabo Carvoeiro in Peniche, on the coast of Portugal. It is with great pleasure that we collect some basic information about this wonderful destination. The island of Berlengas is located in the Atlantic Ocean about
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Charles Sanders Peirce
In other languages: | Español | Français | Português | Charles Sanders Peirce (September 1839 – 19 April 1914) was an American philosopher, logician, mathematician, and scientist who is sometimes known as “the father of pragmatism”. He was known as a somewhat unusual character. Educated as a chemist and employed as a
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Argentina Demographics
The 2010 census counted 40,117,096 inhabitants, up from 36,260,130 in 2001. Argentina ranks third in South America in total population, fourth in Latin America, and 33rd globally. Its population density of 15 persons per square kilometer of the land area is well below the world average of 50 persons. The
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    On April 14, 1912, the British liner RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg in the North Atlantic at 11:40 p.m. ship’s time and began sinking. (The ship went under two hours and 40 minutes later with the loss of 1,514 lives.) Also on this date: In 1759, German-born English composer George Frideric Handel died in...
  • Golda
    On March 17, 1969, for the first time, a woman assumed the leadership of the Israeli government. Meir’s resolute character earned him the recognition of Ben Gurion, the founder of Israel, of whom she had been a minister. Golda Meir was the first and until now the only woman at the head of government in...
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    On this day October 2: International Day of Non-Violence; Gandhi Jayanti in India 1263 – Scottish–Norwegian War: The armies of Norway and Scotland fought the Battle of Largs, an inconclusive engagement near the present-day town of Largs in North Ayrshire, Scotland. 1879 – Qing China signed the Treaty of Livadia with the Russian Empire, but the terms were so unfavorable that the Chinese government refused to ratify the treaty....
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References (Argentina)
References ^ Constitution of Argentina, art. 35. ^ Crow 1992, p. 457: “In the meantime, while the crowd assembled in the plaza continued to shout its demands at the cabildo, the sun suddenly broke through the overhanging clouds and clothed the scene in brilliant light. The people looked upward with one accord and
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Argentina Economy
Benefiting from rich natural resources, a highly literate population, a diversified industrial base, and an export-oriented agricultural sector, the economy of Argentina is Latin America’s third-largest, and the second-largest in South America. It has a “very high” rating on the Human Development Index and a relatively high GDP per capita, with considerable internal market size and a growing share
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Bayraktar TB2
The Bayraktar TB2 is a Turkish medium altitude long endurance (MALE) unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) capable of remotely controlled or autonomous flight operations. It is manufactured by Turkey′s Baykar company primarily for the Turkish Armed Forces. The aircraft is monitored and controlled by aircrew in the Ground Control Station, including weapons employment, via the Türksat satellite. Bayraktar means “ensign” or “standard-bearer” in
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