Health

The ‘opportunity’ to stop the coronavirus

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there is a “window of opportunity” to stop the deadly new coronavirus from becoming a global crisis. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that…

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Travel

The 12 most beautiful cities in the world

Sydney, Australia After walking along the coastline and making the trip across Sydney Harbor Bridge, nobody visits Sydney. The famous Sydney Opera House is located in this city, making it one of the most popular places to explore on foot, particularly on a dry, sunny day. Try the Coastal Walk of the Manly to Spit Bridge in North Sydney, a series of numbered walks that will take you through the picturesque beaches and bays of the city. Boston, U.S.A. Boston is a tiny “big city” to explore on foot, of course. The popular Freedom Trail, a 2,5-mile trail that brings visitors to 16…

Technology

Apple could shut down certain iPhones ‘ lightning charging cable by 2021, the analyst says.

It could soon be time, after more than seven years, to say goodbye to Apple’s lightning charging cable. In 2021, Ming-Chi Kuo, a top Apple (AAPL) analyst with TF International Securities, said in a report Thursday that the company could discharge the charging cable and port on…

Wearable cyborgs that drive the muscles with brain waves

Fashion – Style 2

Top 5 Must-have Trans-Seasonal Style Essentials.

1 Over-sized Sweaters All we need in those rainy, cold days is the hug of somebody… or a knitted, warm sweater. Colorful or not, typed or not, fuzzy or not,…

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German man drove into Carnival parade crowd ‘with the intention to kill’

The German man accused of driving his car through a crowd earlier this week celebrating Carnival is now being investigated on suspicion of attempted murder, prosecutors revealed Wednesday. Authorities said 61 people were injured, including 20 children when the man plowed into a crowd watching Monday’s traditional “Rose Monday” procession in Volkmarsen’s central German town. The 29-year-old…

The Coronavirus has spread to all continents except Antarctica

Public health officials warned on Wednesday that the spread of the novel coronavirus is moving closer to meeting the definition of a global pandemic as the number of cases outside mainland China continues to increase, including in South Korea where a U.S. soldier has tested the virus positively. Brazil today announced its first case of coronavirus, marking the first time South America has identified the virus. Now the disease has spread to six of the seven continents worldwide. It has still not reached Antarctica. Iran and Italy are also struggling with major border outbreaks that have turned deadly, and a senior U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) official warned that the U.S. could see the virus spread within its borders. “It’s not so much a question of whether this will happen anymore, but more a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will get a serious illness,” said Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases at the CDC. South Korea is currently experiencing the largest outbreak outside mainland China, with over 1,200 people infected — including the first US soldier — and at least 12 dead. At least 139 cases and 19 fatalities have been confirmed by Iran’s health ministry. At least 374 people were infected and 12 killed in Italy, while Algeria, Croatia, mainland Spain, and Switzerland all announced their first confirmed cases.…

At least 21 people are killed by Syrian school and hospital attacks, aid group says

The Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations said in a statement that at least 21 civilians, including nine children and three teachers, were killed when 10 schools and a…

Israel exchanges fire with Palestinian militants

Israel’s military and Palestinian militants in Gaza exchanged fire on Sunday, hours after a graphic video showing a bulldozer in the Israeli army scraping off a dead man’s body was…

13 killed, at least 150 injured in New Delhi clashes over Trump’s visit

In two days of violent clashes in the Indian capital between hundreds of supporters and opponents of a new law that fast tracks citizenship for non-Muslim minorities from select countries, at least 13 people, including one police officer, have been killed. The protests erupted in parts of New Delhi on Monday, a few hours before the arrival of US President Donald Trump, who is on a State visit in India. Police deployed tear gas in affected areas, as protesters hurled stones and set fire to numerous vehicles and a gasoline pump, police say. The violence took place in East Delhi, about 11 miles from where Trump has talked with Indian Premier Narendra Modi Tuesday. Arvind Kejriwal, the highest elected official of Delhi, tweeted that the violence was “very distressing,” and asked for the restoration of “peace and harmony.” According to a…

Sanders warns Putin: ‘ Stay away from American elections ‘

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders condemned Russia for her reported attempts to help his campaign, saying that she should “stay out of American elections.” Mr. Sanders said on Friday that…