Diplomats exempt from prior authorization to enter Macau

As of yesterday, the entry of diplomats into Macau does not require prior authorization from the health authorities. However, they remain subject to the rules of compliance with the seven-day quarantine in a hotel, plus three self-management. It is the first time that the…

Insurgency is one of Africa's "nebulous" threats

A new study by the Institute for Security Studies (ISS Africa) and the Mozambican Judicial Training Institute warns that the armed insurgency in northern Mozambique is “one of Africa’s least understood and most nebulous threats.” “Little is known about…

Can Macau continue to dominate the gaming industry?

With the new gaming concessions at the door, the ability to compete with neighboring regions in obtaining foreign markets is under discussion. Academics reflect on the cumbersome tax regime in Macau and how this factor can work negatively towards the city’s goals.

Second Canadian massacre suspect committed suicide

The second suspect in the massacre that killed ten people on an Indian reservation in Canada died today of self-inflicted wounds after being arrested, Canadian authorities said.Myles Sanderson, 32, was found near Rosthern, in Saskatchewan province, after police announced…

Worse air quality will affect hundreds of millions of people

The World Meteorological Organization has warned that hundreds of millions of people will be affected by the deterioration in air quality predicted this century, due to the increase in fires and the intensity and duration of heat waves. In its annual air quality bulletin…

Israeli army admits 'high possibility' of killing journalist

The Israeli army admitted for the first time this Monday the “high possibility” that a soldier killed in May the Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, from the TV channel Al-Jazeera. The reporter was shot dead on May 11, while she was covering an…