THE BALL – Filipe Nyusi extends State of Emergency for the third time (Mozambique)

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BALL – Iran asks Interpol for help to capture … Trump (Iran)

Tehran prosecutor Ali Alqasimehr accused the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and more than 30 others, for his involvement in the air strike, with a drone, on 3 January, which killed General Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad, Iraq.

According to the state news agency IRNA, Alqasimehr asked Interpol for a red warning to Donald Trump and the rest, which represents the highest level of urgency for the court order.

The United States carried out an air strike in Baghdad on January 3, which killed Qassem Soleimani, the general who oversaw operations in Iraq for the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, increasing tensions between the two countries, which prompted Iranian forces to retaliate. with a ballistic missile attack against American troops present in the region.

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THE BALL – Africa with 12,140 more positive cases in 24 hours (Africa)

According to the African Union’s Disease Control and Prevention Center (Africa CDC), the number of people infected in Africa is 371,548, plus 12,140 cases in the last 24 hours, with an additional 201 deaths, bringing the total number to 9,484, It should be noted that another 5,350 people were recovered (totaling 178,407).

Southern Africa has the highest number of cases: 137,028 and counts 2,477 deaths, while North Africa leads in the number of deaths: 4,007 in 94,388 cases. West Africa accounts for 1,248 deaths out of 71,969 infected, East Africa reports 1,041 fatalities in 35,249 cases, while in Central Africa there are 711 deaths in 32,914 infections.

Egypt, the African country with the most fatalities, accounts for 2,708 deaths and 63,923 positive cases, followed by South Africa and Algeria, with 892 fatalities and 12,968 infected. Nigeria has 558 dead and 24,077 infected, and Sudan 572 deaths in 9,257 positive cases.

As for the Portuguese-speaking African countries, Guinea-Bissau has more infections: 1,614 and 21 fatalities. Cape Verde has 1,091 infections and 12 deaths, while Mozambique counts 839 infected patients and five dead (no changes in the last 24 hours).

São Tomé and Príncipe accounts for 713 cases and 13 deaths and Angola has 259 confirmed cases of covid-19 and 10 deaths.

Equatorial Guinea, which is part of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP), has 2,001 cases and keeps 32 dead.

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Deaths from covid-19 exceed half a million worldwide | Covid-19

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The pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus has already caused more than 10 million people to become infected worldwide – of these, more than five million have recovered and 500,000 have died. The United States and Brazil are the countries with the most infections and the most deaths worldwide.

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Covid-19. London releases list of first “travel corridors”

The Boris Johnson Government is evaluating the creation of “travel corridors” with a number of destinations so that the British can go on vacation without having to comply with the 14-day quarantine on their return to the UK currently in effect.

According to the Thursday edition of Daily Telegraph, London is outlining a three-step plan, the first of which provides for deals with popular holiday destinations in Europe, including France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Germany.

However, the newspaper said, these “low risk” countries should not include Portugal due to the increase in cases of coronavirus in recent days in the region of Lisbon and the south of the country.

The newspaper The Sun puts Portugal in doubt, but the Daily Mail says that “it is likely to be included in the list of destinations, despite concerns about outbreaks” in the country.

According to the British press, in a second phase, starting in August, medium-haul destinations such as Turkey, Morocco, in addition to the French islands of Réunion in the Indian Ocean, some Caribbean islands and Dubai would be added.

Late summer will include countries that involve long-haul flights, such as Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong or Canada, although the lists of names vary.

UK and Portugal arguments

British Transport Minister Grant Shapps said on Wednesday that the list of countries with the first “corridors” will be unveiled this Monday, when the first review since the quarantine, introduced three weeks ago, is due to take place. to try to stop the Covid-19 pandemic.

Since June 8, all people arriving from abroad to the UK, including Britons, have been forced to remain in isolation for 14 days to reduce the likelihood of contagion.

On Friday, Portuguese Home Affairs Minister Eduardo Cabrita said that “there is no reason” for quarantining the return to the UK, but he did not want to anticipate the British Government’s announcement about the air corridor with Portugal.

Portugal is one of the countries that has expressed interest in negotiating an “air corridor” with the United Kingdom to be able to receive British tourists, who represented almost 20 percent of the total in 2019.

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This is all waiting for you if you plan to fly soon …

Aviation is slowly emerging from its corona aroma, but it does not happen by itself. The proliferation of corona measures has made flying a kind of Russian roulette. Airlines and passengers are completely in the dark about what is and is not allowed.

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US urges EU to get rid of Chinese search equipment

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MOSCOW, Jun 28 – RIA News. US authorities are trying to convince European governments to get rid of the screening equipment from the largest Chinese manufacturer Nuctech Co., since the expansion of the company’s presence in Europe allegedly poses a threat to Western security and business, the Wall Street Journal reports citing the documents it had in its possession.

According to the newspaper, the US National Security Council and several other official agencies are now trying to rally European governments to “eradicate” the presence of Nuctech, a company that produces screening systems for screening cargo, baggage and passengers at ports, airports and border crossings throughout Europe.

According to a U.S. Department of State document of May 26, U.S. officials are worried that Nuctech may transfer personal data and commercial information to the Chinese authorities. In addition, the document states that the company raises concerns regarding the safety of citizens and military transport among NATO member countries.
According to a State Department document of May 8, Nuctech is now fighting for business in more than ten countries in Europe. One of the last countries that signed a contract for the supply of equipment from the company, according to the newspaper, was Finland. She installed cargo scanners on the border with Russia, despite the impact from American diplomats. It is noted that the company was the only bidder for the contract, which reduced the price of equipment, and the Finnish customs did not find reasons related to the impact on security in order to refuse the company in the contract.

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According to the newspaper, Nuctech was able to push its American and British competitors into dozens of countries. According to the State Department, Nuctech’s success has been linked to sales of goods below their market value.

Now American diplomats are trying to prevent the conclusion of contracts with a company in Greece, Hungary, Italy and Portugal, as well as the company’s attempt to “provide the German Ministry of Defense with X-ray scanners for goods and equipment for remote screening,” which, according to US officials, can be used in operations against US and NATO troops. At the same time, the newspaper notes that the company has already installed its equipment for the inspection of goods at especially important European borders, including with Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.

Nuctech itself says it is unaware of U.S. efforts against it. According to company representatives, Nuctech operates independently, without receiving government support. It is noted that the company poses no threat to security.

“All the data that our devices receive is owned only by our customers: neither us, nor the EU member states, and in no case the Chinese government or any other unit,” the newspaper quotes company spokesman Robert Bos.

At the same time, a State Department spokesman said the United States “continues to urge its allies and partners to protect themselves from companies that are heavily funded by authoritarian regimes.”

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THE BALL – Impressive: USA records 45,330 infections in one day (COVID-19)

According to data released by Johns Hopkins University, the United States recorded 45,330 new cases of Covid-19 infections within 24 hours, now adding up to more than 2.4 million confirmed cases, a new daily record, and 574 more deaths, increased to 124,978 fatalities.

The spread of the disease has increased in the states of California, Florida, Texas and Arizona, which together account for almost half of the country’s infections. New York remains the most affected state, with 391,220 confirmed cases and 31,342 deaths. In New York City alone, 22,421 people died.

New Jersey has 14,914 deaths, Massachusetts 8,012, Illinois 6,847, Pennsylvania 6,579, Michigan 6,134, California 5,816 and Connecticut, with 4,307.

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THE BALL – Impressive: USA records 45,330 infections in one day (COVID-19)

According to data released by Johns Hopkins University, the United States recorded 45,330 new cases of Covid-19 infections within 24 hours, now adding up to more than 2.4 million confirmed cases, a new daily record, and 574 more deaths, increased to 124,978 fatalities.

The spread of the disease has increased in the states of California, Florida, Texas and Arizona, which together account for almost half of the country’s infections. New York remains the most affected state, with 391,220 confirmed cases and 31,342 deaths. In New York City alone, 22,421 people died.

New Jersey has 14,914 deaths, Massachusetts 8,012, Illinois 6,847, Pennsylvania 6,579, Michigan 6,134, California 5,816 and Connecticut, with 4,307.

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THE BALL – Impressive: USA records 45,330 infections in one day (COVID-19)

According to data released by Johns Hopkins University, the United States recorded 45,330 new cases of Covid-19 infections within 24 hours, now adding up to more than 2.4 million confirmed cases, a new daily record, and 574 more deaths, increased to 124,978 fatalities.

The spread of the disease has increased in the states of California, Florida, Texas and Arizona, which together account for almost half of the country’s infections. New York remains the most affected state, with 391,220 confirmed cases and 31,342 deaths. In New York City alone, 22,421 people died.

New Jersey has 14,914 deaths, Massachusetts 8,012, Illinois 6,847, Pennsylvania 6,579, Michigan 6,134, California 5,816 and Connecticut, with 4,307.

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