Although COVID-19 cases are declining in Brazil, the pandemic is putting decades of public health gains there at risk, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday.
When most people think about adding a new creature to the family menagerie, images of “fuzzy” and “cute” spring to mind. Gargoyles and demons? Maybe not so much. But gargoyles and demons need love, too. “Love is like a tree,” wrote Victor Hugo his classic Hunchback of Notre Dame. “It shoots of itself; it strikes
Attiva in diplomazia e filantropia, aveva sposato attore in 1954
The UN rights office, OHCHR, said on Friday that it is deeply disturbed by security forces in Chad's use of live ammunition during recent protests after the death of former President Idriss Déby, on 19 April.
72% of Brits Feel More Content as They Finally Stop Worrying About What People Think of Them in Their 40s
Self-conscious Brits finally stop worrying about what other people think of them at the age of 46, according to a new poll. A survey of 2,000 adults aged 55 and over found they feel comfortable in their own skin when they turn 42, and become content in their careers aged 40. As a result of
Cresce la povertà, cosa sono le food banks, come agiscono le banche del cibo e perchè sono diventate essenziali
Nel futuro piattaforme digitale e formule con al centro la dignità della persona
After the postponement of the Palestinian Legislative Council elections, originally scheduled for 22 May, a senior UN official in the region on Friday urged the authorities to set a new date for heading to the polls.
Più di 27mila barili di ddt sono stati trovati nell’oceano Pacifico, sui fondali di fronte alla costa californiana. Nei pressi dell’isola Santa Catilina, al largo di Los Angeles, un gruppo di ricercatori americani ha trovato almeno 27.345 bidoni contenenti il noto insetticida, conosciuto in tutto il mondo come repellente per zanzare. La scoperta preoccupa gli
The devastating impact of COVID-19 serves as a stark reminder that the European Union must “put human lives” above economic policy considerations, that privilege competition between EU Member States, an independent UN human rights expert said on Friday.
Inequalities in addressing AIDS threaten global efforts to stamp out the disease as a public health threat by 2030, UN Secretary-General António Guterres warned in a report published on Friday, which provides 10 key recommendations to get the world back on track.