An Argentine is held in Peru due to Corona demanding that his country evacuate his dogs

Source: Lima – France Press

An Argentine adventurer held in Peru because of the closing of the border to limit the outbreak of the new Corona virus, he said that he wanted to return home, but not without his dogs that he adopted during his travels.

“We are waiting in Lima for a humanitarian trip that takes my dog ​​so we can travel to Argentina,” 33-year-old surfer Michael Grave told AFP.

After hiking and biking in most parts of Peru for 40 days, Gray arrived in Lima where he spent nights with the two animals in a tent near the Argentine embassy.

“I am waiting for a response from my government. Officials have told me that there are no flights, and that pets cannot enter the plane,” said Grave, of the northeastern town of Puerto Rico, which was founded by Swiss and German settlers.

This young man recounted that he started his journey across South America before the epidemic spread. On his way through Colombia and Ecuador, he found two dogs and called them “Shamo” and “Nilo”.

“He did not abandon me and I do not intend to abandon them. I will take them with me either by air or by walk.”

He said he bought “shampoo” from a Venezuelan while he was walking through Colombia and got a “nilo” in Ecuador.

“I wanted to travel because I needed to get to know Latin America in order to learn about cultures and people,” he added.

Peru is the second most affected country by the Coronavirus in Latin America, after Brazil, with more than 260,000 infections and more than 8,400 deaths.

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An Argentine is held in Peru due to Corona demanding that his country evacuate his dogs

Source: Lima – France Press

An Argentine adventurer held in Peru because of the closing of the border to limit the outbreak of the new Corona virus, he said that he wanted to return home, but not without his dogs that he adopted during his travels.

“We are waiting in Lima for a humanitarian trip that takes my dog ​​so we can travel to Argentina,” 33-year-old surfer Michael Grave told AFP.

After hiking and biking in most parts of Peru for 40 days, Gray arrived in Lima where he spent nights with the two animals in a tent near the Argentine embassy.

“I am waiting for a response from my government. Officials have told me that there are no flights, and that pets cannot enter the plane,” said Grave, of the northeastern town of Puerto Rico, which was founded by Swiss and German settlers.

This young man recounted that he started his journey across South America before the epidemic spread. On his way through Colombia and Ecuador, he found two dogs and called them “Shamo” and “Nilo”.

“He did not abandon me and I do not intend to abandon them. I will take them with me either by air or by walk.”

He said he bought “shampoo” from a Venezuelan while he was walking through Colombia and got a “nilo” in Ecuador.

“I wanted to travel because I needed to get to know Latin America in order to learn about cultures and people,” he added.

Peru is the second most affected country by the Coronavirus in Latin America, after Brazil, with more than 260,000 infections and more than 8,400 deaths.

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An Argentine is held in Peru due to Corona demanding that his country evacuate his dogs

Source: Lima – France Press

An Argentine adventurer held in Peru because of the closure of the border to limit the outbreak of the new Corona virus, he said he wanted to return home, but not without his dogs that he adopted during his travels.

“We are waiting in Lima for a humanitarian trip that takes my dog ​​so we can travel to Argentina,” 33-year-old surfer Michael Grave told AFP.

After hiking and biking in most parts of Peru for 40 days, Gray arrived in Lima where he spent nights with the two animals in a tent near the Argentine embassy.

“I am waiting for a response from my government. Officials have told me that there are no flights, and that pets cannot enter the plane,” said Graeff, of the northeastern town of Puerto Rico, which was founded by Swiss and German settlers.

This young man recounted that he started his journey across South America before the epidemic spread. On his way through Colombia and Ecuador, he found two dogs and called them “Shamo” and “Nilo”.

“He did not abandon me and I do not intend to abandon them. I will take them with me either by air or by walk.”

He said he bought “shampoo” from a Venezuelan while he was walking through Colombia and got a “nilo” in Ecuador.

“I wanted to travel because I needed to get to know Latin America in order to learn about cultures and people,” he added.

Peru is the second most affected country by the Coronavirus in Latin America, after Brazil, with more than 260,000 infections and more than 8,400 deaths.

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Child among five killed by shooting at party in Rio de Janeiro

At least five people died, including a 10-year-old boy, and seven others were injured when a group of strangers shot at a street party organized by neighbors in Rio de Janeiro.

The multiple homicide occurred on Saturday night in a residential complex in Anchieta, a neighborhood in the north of Rio de Janeiro. The neighbors organized a “junina” party, as some traditional popular festivals are known in Brazil, during June and July.

According to the witnesses, the participants in the party, including whole families with children, were shot by at least four armed men, which fired from a moving vehicle.

There are records of 12 people shot who were transported alive to the nearest health center, where four did not survive the injuries and died.

A fifth injured man, the most serious of all, was transferred to the public hospital Getulio Vargas, but he also did not survive.

In addition to the 10-year-old boy, fatalities also include three young adults between 20 and 22 years of age.

The police work on the hypothesis that the snipers will be members of the criminal organization that controls drug trafficking in the Complexo do Chapadão, a set of slums close to the crime scene.

Several favelas in the most emblematic city in Brazil are dominated by drug traffickers and in Rio de Janeiro armed clashes between rival groups and between criminals and police are common.

According to the latest official statistics, although measures of social distance imposed to slow the progress of the covid-19 pandemic have slowed homicides in May, the shootings in disputes over control of drug sales in the city have not changed.

Homicides in Rio de Janeiro fell from 345 in May 2019 to 273 in the same month this year, representing a reduction of 21%, according to the latest bulletin from the Secretariat of Public Security.

According to the report, the number represents the lowest homicide rate registered in May since 1998, a reduction possible thanks to social isolation.

One of the measures of social distancing against the pandemic in Rio de Janeiro is precisely that which prohibits the “June” parties.

Brazil is the second country in the world most affected by the new coronavirus, with 57070 deaths and more than 1.3 million cases.

The covid-19 pandemic has already claimed more than 498,000 deaths and infected more than 10 million people in 196 countries and territories, according to a report by the French agency AFP.

The disease is transmitted by a new coronavirus detected in late December in Wuhan, a city in central China.

After Europe succeeded China as the center of the pandemic in February, the American continent is now the one with the most confirmed cases and the most deaths.

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In Brazil, a drama awakens social tensions amid racism

Despite the masks on the faces, anger is visible before the court in Recife, capital of the state of Pernambuco (North-East). “I just wanted to find my mom”, take turns claiming 600 demonstrators, when others brandish a raised fist, a sign “Justice for Miguel”. All denounce a drama due, according to them, to racism, an ultra-sensitive subject at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is severely affecting the black and poor population of the country.

Poverty and pandemic drama

The facts date back to June 2. Without school due to the pandemic, Miguel Otavio, 5, accompanied his mother, a domestic worker, to the home of the wife of an elected official from the region where she worked. Time to walk the dog, the mother, Mirtes de Souza, entrusts Miguel to his boss, who lets the boy enter the building elevator alone, then presses the button on the top floor without accompanying him. Moments later, Miguel, left unattended, will fall to death in the building.

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The owner, Sari Corte Real, will be tried for manslaughter. Until then, for a deposit of 20,000 reals (around € 3,000), she was released by the investigators, much to the dismay of the little boy’s mother. “If I, a black woman, had caused the death of a white child, I would be in prison, judged by public opinion”, was sorry Mirtes de Souza.

Black Lives Matter, version brésilienne

L’“Miguel case” has all the more ignited the Brazilian social networks for three weeks that it echoes the death of George Floyd, a few days earlier, in the United States. The Black Lives Matter movement first appeared in Brazil under the name #vidasnegrasimportam (black lives matter).

Because this drama highlights the social and racial tensions in the country, which are not new, but have been exacerbated under the presidency of Jair Bolsonaro, since January 2019. It highlights the differences in wealth between Brazilians: Mirtes de Souza wins 1,500 reals per month (260 €), barely the amount of the rental charges of his boss. For Luciana da Cruz Brito, professor at the Federal University of Bahia and specialist in the history of slavery, we can see a manifestation of the “Enslavement delirium of Brazilian society”.

Brazilian inequalities in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic

Miguel’s death also highlights the vulnerability of the poorest at the time of the health crisis, which is still uncontrolled in certain parts of the country. In Brazil, the second most affected country in the world after the United States, there were officially recorded 57,070 deaths from Covid-19 on Sunday June 28, four months after the first death from the disease.

→ REPORTAGE. The favelas of Sao Paulo, between confinement, precariousness and resourcefulness

In her distress, Mirtes de Souza also said that she had been infected with the coronavirus while going to work. Like her, the poorest Brazilians expose themselves more than others while working. “The favelas are not confined, confirms the black activist Débora Dias, who lives in a favela in Sao Paulo. When a single mother earns a minimum wage, if she is called to come and do a cleaning day, she goes there! “

More destitute, therefore more affected by diabetes, hypertension and obesity, blacks also die more from Covid-19 than whites, one death in three people hospitalized in the first against one in 4.4 in the second, according to a study published in late May by the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro.

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Demonstrations against Bolsonaro called in dozens of cities around the world

Social and political movements called for Sunday demonstrations in at least 50 cities in 23 countries that have as their main target the Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro, aiming to contest the response to the Covid-19 pandemic and “fascism” in Brazil.

Organized by Brazilians living abroad, as well as by several popular movements and political entities, the so-called “Stop Bolsonaro World Act” will feature face-to-face and virtual demonstrations in European cities such as Munich, Berlin and Frankfurt (Germany), Barcelona and Madrid (Spain) ), Paris (France), Rome (Italy), Zurich and Geneva (Switzerland) or Dublin (Ireland).

In Portugal, the act “in solidarity with the Brazilian people in the face of the crimes of Bolsonaro and his government” is scheduled for Lisbon, Porto and Coimbra, according to the event’s page on the social network Facebook.

The “fight against fascism, neoliberalism, racism, machismo, LGBTphobia, indigenous genocide and the destruction of the environment”, are some of the causes that move this international act.

In Brazil, there are 13 cities that have already confirmed their adherence to the protest, including Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Belém, Porto Alegre or Campinas.

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Shadow government destroys Bolsonaro’s tribute to those killed by Covid-19

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30,000 new infections registered in Coruna and 552 deaths in Brazil – one world – outside the border

On Sunday, the Brazilian Ministry of Health announced that 30,476 new cases of Corona virus had been registered in the last 24 hours, in addition to 552 deaths.

There are now a million, 344,143 confirmed cases and 57,622 deaths in Brazil.

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Latest Coronavirus data released on June 28

During the day, the coronavirus COVID-19 was recorded 176 568 times. The total number of cases exceeded 10 million, amounting to 10 087 553. The United States of America is in first place in the number of cases both during the pandemic and per day. Russia, remaining in third place in the total number of cases, was fifth in growth after the United States, Brazil, India and South Africa.

IN Of Russia the number of cases of coronavirus was 634 437, increasing yesterday by 6 852, and today – by 6 791. During the pandemic, 9 073 patients died, 399 087 recovered. Among the new cases, 717 were in Moscow, 325 in the Moscow region, 285 in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area.

In Moscow, the number of cases increased to 200,071. During the pandemic in the capital, 3,738 patients died (24 per day), 147,095 (1,052 per day) recovered.

The Moscow Region operation center published data on urban districts of the Moscow Region yesterday.

Up-to-date information on all regions of Russia and other countries is provided on interactive map of Yandex.

IN USA the number of cases amounted to 2 596 537, having increased by 43 581 per day, 128 152 patients died, 1,081,437 recovered Brazil the number of cases increased by 35,887, amounting to 1 315 941. 57 103 patients died, 715 905 recovered. Of india during the pandemic was recorded 529 577 cases (20 131 per day), 16 103 died, 310 146 patients recovered. Number of new cases in South Africa amounted to 7 210. During the pandemic in the country recorded 131 800 cases, 2 413 patients died, 67 094 recovered.

Brazil made a deal with the United Kingdom (the first-largest coronavirus among Western European countries) to produce a coronavirus vaccine, which was developed by the University of Oxford.

Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal called on local authorities to limit the work of nightclubs amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said even taking into account the pandemic, authorities expect inflation to be around 4 percent.

Putin also said that COVID-19, contrary to the sometimes discussed version, in all likelihood, was not created artificially.

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that the lifting of restrictions in Moscow did not worsen the situation with coronavirus.

Sobyanin said that initially many Muscovites criticized him for the measures introduced in the early stages of the country’s coronavirus epidemic.

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