SocietyWorld

Scientists warn WHO that covid can be transmitted through the air

In an open letter, 239 researchers from 32 countries will call on the World Health Organization to change its recommendations regarding the form of protection against the new coronavirus. 239 scientists from 32 countries are preparing an open letter to the World Health…
BrazilSociety

Brazil: Research shows potential for expanding telework

Research by the Faculty of Economics and Administration of the University of São Paulo (FEA-USP) in partnership with the Fundação Instituto de Administração (FIA) shows that there is a great potential for expanding home office work in Brazil, after the covid-19 pandemic…
MozambiqueSociety

Cabo Delgado: eight gas megaproject workers killed

An armed attack in Cabo Delgado, northern Mozambique, on June 27 killed eight workers at a subcontracted construction company for the gas mega project, Fenix ​​Construction announced today. The car they were on was attacked four kilometers north of Mocímboa da Praia…
CultureEconomyEditorial

The crisis in the “Peace Industry”

It is one of the effects of the Pandemic. Serious and with unpredictable consequences in the medium and long term. Tourism, the “Industry of Peace”, is going through a crisis with direct effects on the GDP of many countries and on the relationships of many people.
SocietyWorld

Six months of coronavirus: the worst is yet to come

Six months of pandemic: without a vaccine yet certain, the world may have to live with covid-19 for much longer than expected. The reality is very harsh: “What we are experiencing today is far from over. Although many countries have made progress, globally the pandemic…
ChinaSociety

China issues yellow alert for rainstorms

China’s national observatory issued a yellow alert for rainstorms Sunday, as heavy downpours are forecast to hit vast stretches of the country. From Sunday to Monday afternoon, heavy rain and rainstorms are expected in parts of Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui…
SocietyWorld

Thousands turn out for Gay Pride in Paris

Between 2,000 and 3,000 people turned out Saturday in Paris for a politically engaged Gay Pride march, a week after the officially scheduled event was cancelled because of coronavirus restrictions. A young, multicultural crowd marched behind a lorry bearing a banner…