= MAIN NEWS =
EMA found no specific risk factors in “rare” cases of thrombi after AstraZeneca vaccine
THE HAGUE: The European Medicines Agency said Wednesday that it found no specific risk factors such as age or sex for blood clots suffered by some people vaccinated with AstraZeneca’s anticovid drug.
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79 people with blood clots, 19 deaths in the UK after being vaccinated with AstraZeneca
LONDON: A total of 79 people who received the covid-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca / Oxford in the United Kingdom developed thrombi of which 19 died, the British drug regulator announced on Wednesday.
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European agency reaffirms support for AstraZeneca vaccine and minimizes cases of thrombosis
THE HAGUE: EXPANSION: The European Medicines Agency (EMA) reaffirmed on Wednesday its support for AstraZeneca’s anticovid vaccine, despite the blood clots suffered by some of those who received the drug, a “rare” side effect, they insist The experts.
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Amnesty denounces “almost monopoly” of the rich countries of the anticovid vaccines
LONDON: Faced with the control by rich countries of vaccines against covid-19 at the expense of the poorest, Amnesty International denounced on Wednesday the inability of the world to cooperate against the pandemic, a situation that it called to correct “immediately”.
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PAHO highlights “worrying” rise in covid-19 infections in South America
WASHINGTON: The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) on Wednesday highlighted the “worrying” rise in covid-19 infections in South America, noting that, in the last week, Brazil and Argentina were among the ten countries with the highest number of new contagions around the world.
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A third of those infected with covid suffer subsequent neurological or psychological problems
PARIS: One in three people who overcome covid-19 are diagnosed with neurological or psychiatric problems in the six months following the infection, according to the largest study carried out so far on the mental balance of patients with covid.
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King of Jordan ends the crisis that shook the monarchy
AMMAN, Jordan: King Abdullah II of Jordan said Wednesday that “the sedition” allegedly led by his half-brother, Prince Hamza, has ended and that he is “under his protection.”
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= OTHER CURRENT NEWS =
Argentina prohibits nocturnal circulation due to the shooting of covid-19 infections
BUENOS AIRES: Night-time traffic will be prohibited in Argentina as of next Friday and for three weeks, a measure that is applied for the first time in the country due to the exponential increase in covid-19 cases, President Alberto Fernández announced on Wednesday.
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Venezuela says sanctions prevent it from buying the anticovid vaccines it requires
CARACAS: Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said Wednesday that without the economic sanctions against the government of Nicolás Maduro, the country would have already bought all the anticovid vaccines it needs.
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Bolsonaro rules out national confinement recommended by specialists
RIO DE JANEIRO: The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, ruled out on Wednesday decreeing a national confinement, demanded by numerous specialists given the critical levels of the second wave of the pandemic in the country.
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Uruguayan government extends measures to “shield April” at the worst moment of the pandemic
MONTEVIDEO: The president of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Pou, announced this Wednesday that he will extend the current measures against covid-19 until the end of April, such as the suspension of face-to-face classes and public shows, resisting pressure from various sectors to impose more severe restrictions. .
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Cuba tries to stop the outbreak of covid-19 with persuasion and a heavy hand
HAVANA: The Cuban authorities announced new measures to control the outbreak of covid-19 with a stricter application of sanctions and campaigns to persuade the population to take irrigation more seriously.
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US restores aid to Palestinians with announcement of $ 235 million delivery
WASHINGTON: The United States reported on Wednesday the restoration of aid to the Palestinians suspended during the term of former President Donald Trump, with the announcement of a delivery of 235 million dollars, a decision that caused the “disappointment” of its ally Israel.
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“SofaGate” in the European Union
BRUSSELS: The EU was rocked on Wednesday by a bitter controversy dubbed the “SofaGate” following the snub of the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, who had nowhere to sit, during a meeting with the Turkish president in Ankara.
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= ECONOMY =
IMF reiterates its anti-crisis prescription and recommends taxes for the richest
WASHINGTON: The richest companies that have benefited during the pandemic can pay more taxes temporarily to finance the recovery, the IMF defended on Wednesday, in its campaign to pressure governments to unify the tax level of corporate income.
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= SOCIETY =
“Las Diablillas de Hondzonot”: indigenous people at bat who defy stereotypes in Mexico
HONDZONOT, Mexico: Barefoot and in finely embroidered white dresses, a group of indigenous women jump to the diamond. They are “Las Diablillas de Hondzonot”, a softball team that defies stereotypes in a community in southeastern Mexico.
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60 years after Yuri Gagarin, Russia lags behind in space conquest
KOROLYOV, Russia: Sixty years after Yuri Gagarin’s space flight, Russia boasts big plans, but the reality is different and the ambition is limited to military applications.
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Tokyo as never seen
TOKYO: The Urban Lab project recreated with astonishing precision one of the world’s largest capitals: Tokyo. The miniature version combines a 3D model with map projections, to better plan urban changes in the city.
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