2024-05-03: News Headlines

ecns.cn (2024-05-03). NYPD raids building occupied by protesters at Columbia, make arrests. ecns.cn Hundreds of New York Police Department officers wearing riot gear filed into a building late Tuesday that was taken over by pro-Palestinian protesters on the Columbia University campus earlier in the day and began making arrests.

Nick Robins-Early, Portside. (2024-05-03). Why Pro-Palestinian Student Protesters Wear Masks On Campus. popularresistance.org As demonstrations over the war in Gaza have surged on campuses, around cities and in offices across the US in recent weeks, a visible tension has emerged between the desire for public protest and a fear of professional reprisals. | On the Columbia University campus, where the latest spike in protests began on 17 April, demonstrators have worn masks and used blankets to block counter-protesters from filming students. Protesters at a tent encampment at the University of Michigan handed out masks upon entry, and students there refused to give reporters their full names in case the school took punitive action against…

WSWS (2024-05-03). Democrats join with Republican fascists to witch-hunt scientist Peter Daszak. wsws.org During Wednesday's House Subcommittee on COVID-19 with Dr. Peter Daszak, president of EcoHealth Alliance, Democrats joined ranks with fascistic Republican colleagues to promote the Wuhan lab-leak lies.

Paul Anthony Taylor (2024-05-03). AstraZeneca Finally Admits That Its COVID-19 Vaccine Can Cause Deadly Blood Clots. globalresearch.ca

Aussie17 (2024-05-03). Video: Japanese Oncology Professor Fukushima Condemns mRNA Vaccines as "Evil Practices of Science" globalresearch.ca

The Independent (2024-05-03). WHO: Africa has made remarkable vaccination progress, more can be done. independent.co.ug A new WHO report has highlighted Africa's vaccination triumphs. Despite gaps, ongoing country-level initiatives underscore the urgency of tackling preventable diseases head-on. SPECIAL REPORT | BIRD AGENCY | As the 2024 World Immunization Week comes to a close, a recent WHO report has highlighted Africa's remarkable advancements in vaccine accessibility. According to the report, an …

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2024-05-01: News Headlines

Amy Goodman (2024-05-01). 300+ Arrested in Police Raids on Columbia and CCNY to Clear Gaza Encampments. truthout.org New York police in full riot gear stormed Columbia University and the City College of New York Tuesday night, arresting over 300 students to break up Gaza solidarity encampments on the two campuses. The police raid began at the request of Columbia President Minouche Shafik, who has also asked the police to remain a presence on campus until at least May 17 to ensure solidarity encampments are not… |

Staff (2024-05-01). Campus Crackdown: 300+ Arrested in Police Raids on Columbia & CCNY to Clear Gaza Encampments. democracynow.org New York police in full riot gear stormed Columbia University and the City College of New York Tuesday night, arresting over 300 students to break up Gaza solidarity encampments on the two campuses. The police raid began at the request of Columbia President Minouche Shafik, who has also asked the police to remain a presence on campus until at least May 17 to ensure solidarity encampments are not reestablished before the end of the term. Police also raided CUNY after the administration made a similar call for the police to enter campus. Democracy Now! was on the streets outside Columbia on Tuesday night and spoke…

People's Dispatch. (2024-05-01). Will The Pandemic Treaty Deliver Global Health Equity? popularresistance.org The next round of Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) negotiations for the Pandemic Treaty began on April 29, following two years of discussions. With the treaty text set to be finalized at the World Health Assembly at the end of May, uncertainties persist regarding the current state of negotiations, marked by numerous unresolved issues. The main question remains: will the Treaty genuinely fulfill its promise of equity and justice, or will it merely pay lip service to these ideals? | In an effort to delve deeper into these concerns, Jyotsna Singh of People's Health Dispatch interviewed Dr. Alexandra Phelan,…

Rhoda Wilson (2024-05-01). All mRNA injections, including cancer vaccines, may accelerate the development of cancer. expose-news.com Four days ago, The Guardian reported that there was "excitement among patients and researchers" in the UK as "personalised mRNA vaccines" for cancer entered their phase 3 trial. On Monday, In Your …

Rhoda Wilson (2024-05-01). A big showdown is unfolding in India after AstraZeneca admits covid vaccines cause blood clots in court documents. expose-news.com AstraZeneca has admitted in court for the first time that its covid injection can cause deadly blood clotting. Within days of the news breaking in the UK, there was an uproar in …

Dr. Joe Wang (2024-05-01). Key Ingredient in Pfizer and Moderna COVID Shots Aids Cancer Development, New Study Shows. globalresearch.ca

Dr. Peter McCullough (2024-05-01). "Unyielding" Story of Military Anthrax Vaccine Debacle. globalresearch.ca

Mark Taliano (2024-05-01). The mRNA Vaccine Jab: Genocidal Projects and Degrees of Complicity. "Disease X" is Looming. globalresearch.ca

Ruth Milka (2024-05-01). Turning the tide: How global conservation efforts are curbing biodiversity loss. nationofchange.org

ptcnews.tv (2024-05-01). Chinese scientist, who released COVID-19 sequence, returns to lab following protest. ptcnews.tv PTC news Desk: Zhang Yongzhen, the pioneering scientist credited with publishing the initial sequence of the COVID-19 virus in China, has been granted permission to re-enter his laboratory following a high-profile sit-in protest staged outside the facility.In a Weibo post published just after midnight on Wednesday, Zhang announced that the medical center housing his lab had tentatively agreed to allow him and his team to resume their research activities. "Now, team members can enter and leave the laboratory freely," Zhang stated, indicating a positive step forward in resolving the dispute. He further mentioned o…

GABIK (2024-05-01). Township agriculture programme launched to address food insecurity. sanews.gov.za Township agriculture programme launched to address food insecurity | In a groundbreaking initiative aimed at addressing food insecurity and uplifting township communities, KwaZulu-Natal Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube has launched a programme aimed at equipping residents with the knowledge and resources necessary to cultivate healthy and nutritious crops in their neighbourhoods. | The Township Agriculture Programme aims to maximise food production in small spaces, promote a healthy ecosystem and increase biodiversity in urban areas. | Speaking at the event held at KwaMashu in the north of Durban on Tuesday, Dube-Ncube…

(2024-05-01). Iranian economics reporter begins 5-month sentence in Karaj prison. cpj.org

newarab (2024-05-01). Quran burning planned before Eurovision in Sweden. newarab.com An Iraqi refugee Salwan Najem, who has gained Swedish citizenship, and radical Christian Jade Sandberg, who wants Islam banned from the Scandinavian country, have requested approval to burn the sacred text, British newspaper The Daily Mail reported. | The newspaper said th…

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2024-04-29: News Headlines

David Stewart (2024-04-29). Confrontation in Dunn Meadow: the Police Raids at Indiana University. counterpunch.org Thursday afternoon, April 25th, 2024, I was doing my job making sales calls as a staffperson at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana,.My wife was walking with me on campus and we heard shouts coming from Dunn Meadow. Earlier we had seen police cars blocking off Indiana Avenue north of Kirkwood, near the Sample Gates. As

Rhoda Wilson (2024-04-29). WHO's International Health Regulations: The intent of the newly released draft remains unchanged. expose-news.com Less than a month before the intended vote, the proposed changes to the International Health Regulations and the draft Pandemic Agreement are still being negotiated. On 16 April, a new draft of …

Rhoda Wilson (2024-04-29). Who is the head of the snake behind the Great Reset, Covid and Global Warming hoaxes? expose-news.com Reporter and author Elizabeth Nickson delves into the groups and aims of those behind the agenda being implemented in the West. Having grown up in a privileged home in Canada, she is …

Dr. Joseph Mercola (2024-04-29). Covid mRNA Jabs Could "Trigger Dementia"? Prion Production and Neurodegenerative Diseases? Evidence. globalresearch.ca

Children's Health Defense (2024-04-29). Video: COVID Nurse Whistleblower. globalresearch.ca

Laurel Sutherlin (2024-04-29). How banks and investors are fueling a global biodiversity crisis. nationofchange.org Commercial financial flows to the forest-risk commodity sectors are driving the majority of tropical deforestation.

Peoples Health Dispatch (2024-04-29). Countdown to consensus: will the Pandemic Treaty deliver global health equity? peoplesdispatch.org Negotiations surrounding the Pandemic Treaty continue as the deadline for endorsing the new mechanism approaches. However, the version under discussion fails to address critical issues pertaining to health equity…

The Independent (2024-04-29). New operational strategy on malaria launched. independent.co.ug A shift in the global malaria response is urgently needed across the entire malaria ecosystem ANALYSIS | AGENCIES | Ahead of World Malaria Day which falls on April 25, the WHO Global Malaria Programme published a new operational strategy outlining its priorities and key activities up to 2030 to help change the trajectory of malaria trends, …

Gabisile (2024-04-29). Health urges public to get the flu vaccine as flu season hits. sanews.gov.za Health urges public to get the flu vaccine as flu season hits | The National Department of Health has urged the public to take extra precautionary measures to protect themselves and their loved ones against respiratory infections, which are expected to increase over the winter season. | According to the department, the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is currently at peak circulation in the country, while influenza also known as flu is starting to surge. | Meanwhile, COVID-19 continues to circulate at low levels. | The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD), which monitors the circulation of respir…

newarab (2024-04-29). 35 hospitalized in Riyadh after food poisoning outbreak. newarab.com 35 people have been hospitalized The Saudi newspaper Arab News reported that the food poisoning cases were caused by the Clostridium botulinum bacteria and started at the local Hamburgini fast-food restaurant chain. | "Six cases have fully recovered after receiving appropriate health care, and two have been safely discharged. However, 35 individuals remain hospitalized, with 28 of them in intensive…

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2024-04-27: News Headlines

Rhoda Wilson (2024-04-27). GSK is the latest to join the growing list suing Pfizer over covid injections. expose-news.com GlaxoSmithKline ("GSK") is suing Pfizer and BioNTech in Delaware federal court, alleging infringement of GSK's patents on mRNA technology in their covid injections. As reported by Reuters, GSK alleges in the lawsuit …

The Exposé (2024-04-27). The Perfect Guide on how to remove Graphene, the substance being transmitted from the COVID-19 vaccinated to the Unvaccinated, from your body… expose-news.com Graphene oxide, a substance that is poisonous to humans, has allegedly been found in the Covid 19 "vaccines", in the water supply, in the air we breathe through chemtrails, and is even …

Pavel López Lazo (2024-04-27). Climate change as major driver of biodiversity decline by mid-century. plenglish.com Berlin, Apr 27 (Prensa Latina) Global biodiversity has decreased between 2% and 11% during the 20th century as a result of land-use change alone, according to a large multi-model study.

Ana Luisa Brown (2024-04-27). Uruguay to vaccinate against human papillomavirus infection. plenglish.com Montevideo, Apr 27 (Prensa Latina) Uruguay will administer a vaccine against the human papillomavirus (HPV), which will include children 11 years of age and older in the schools of the departmental capitals, it was reported.

Pavel López Lazo (2024-04-27). Uruguay ¥s MSP reports over 800 dengue case record. plenglish.com MSP reported 23 new infections, 12 of them autochthonous and 10 from abroad, totaling 804. | MSP said it is presently screening 37 other suspicious cases, while reporting three deaths. | pll/rgh/ool…

Ana Luisa Brown (2024-04-27). Uruguay to vaccinate against human papillomavirus infection. plenglish.com Montevideo, Apr 27 (Prensa Latina) Uruguay will administer a vaccine against the human papillomavirus (HPV), which will include children 11 years of age and older in the schools of the departmental capitals, it was reported.

Robert Hunziker (2024-04-27). Ocean Heat Pummels the Great Barrier Reef, Again. pressenza.com It's never been so bad. | The Great Barrier Reef, which is one of nature's most iconic mosaics of biodiversity, is on the ropes because of extreme global warming. Coral bleaching at the World Heritage-listed reef is "experiencing its worst mass bleaching event on record." (Source: Australia's Great Barrier Reef is 'Transforming' from Repeated Coral Bleaching, Nature, April 19, 2024) | Subtitle to the article: "The coral reef is currently experiencing its worst mass bleaching event on record — warming waters brought on by climate change are to blame." | This is deadly serious business and could spin out of c…

Andrew Green (2024-04-27). Obituary] Tobias Welte. thelancet.com Specialist in pulmonology, infectious disease, and internal medicine. Born on July 7, 1959 in Hanover, Germany, he died on March 10, 2024 in Hanover aged 64 years.

The Independent (2024-04-27). China helps Uganda fight malaria as global funding shrinks. independent.co.ug KAMPALA, Uganda | Xinhua | For Milly Nakazzi, an assistant nursing officer at Uganda's Kiruddu National Referral Hospital, the fact that at least six of every 10 patients she treats have malaria is business as usual. "The malaria rate is actually very high, not only here at Kiruddu but also at other health facilities across …

ptcnews.tv (2024-04-27). 'Dil hai Hindustani': This is how Indian heart transforms Pakistani teen's life in Chennai. ptcnews.tv 'Dil hai Hindustani': In a heartwarming tale of cross-border compassion, 19-year-old Pakistani woman from Pakistan's Karachi battling a severe heart ailment found a lifeline across the border in Delhi and the benevolence of Chennai's MGM Healthcare. Nineteen-year-old Ayesha Rashan had endured a decade-long struggle with heart disease. Her quest for treatment led her to India in 2014, where she underwent a heart pump implantation to support her failing heart. However, this intervention proved insufficient over time, necessitating a heart transplant to secure her survival.The Rashan family sought expert consultati…

Nin-Chieh Hsu, Chia-Hao Hsu (2024-04-27). Correspondence] Tonsillectomy for recurrent tonsillitis: the NATTINA trial. thelancet.com We read the NATTINA study by Janet A Wilson and colleagues,1 which supports the immediate tonsillectomy approach for adults with recurrent acute tonsillitis. Although we acknowledge that Wilson and colleagues have provided a comprehensive explanation of the study's limitations, several concerns remain. First, the study enrolled patients between May, 2015, and April, 2018, with the primary outcome being the number of sore throat days observed over a 24-month period. However, some participants might have experienced the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic during the early months of 2020.

Paul Adepoju (2024-04-27). World Report] Moderna stalls on African vaccine manufacturing plans. thelancet.com Moderna's decision has been criticised by the Africa CDC, with experts urging countries to invest domestically. Paul Adepoju reports.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2024-04-27). Global consortium to study Pick's disease, rare form of early-onset dementia. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Pick's disease, a neurodegenerative disease of unknown genetic origin, is a rare type of frontotemporal dementia that affects people under the age of 65. The condition causes changes in personality, behavior and sometimes language impairment. In patients with the disease, tau proteins build up and form abnormal clumps called Pick bodies, which restrict nutrients to the brain and cause neurodegeneration. The only way to diagnose the disease is by looking at brain…

James O'Hara, Catriona Douglas, Steven Powell, Janet Wilson (2024-04-27). Correspondence] Tonsillectomy for recurrent tonsillitis: the NATTINA trial — Authors' reply. thelancet.com We welcome the enthusiasm of fellow researchers to explore other aspects of recurrent tonsil disease in adults and comment on our Article.1 Christopher R Jones and colleagues highlight the putative association between tonsillectomy rates, tonsillitis admission, and invasive group A streptococcus incidence in children.2 It is impossible for us to suggest how improved and timely access to tonsillectomy could affect societal levels of invasive group A streptococcus but the trends in tonsillectomy rates are clear.

Christopher R Jones, Rebecca L Guy, Mariyam Mirfenderesky, Colin S Brown, Theresa Lamagni (2024-04-27). Correspondence] Tonsillectomy for recurrent tonsillitis: the NATTINA trial. thelancet.com The surge in scarlet fever and invasive group A streptococcal infection in England during winter, 2022—23,1 has stimulated the consideration of optimal sore throat management, as point-of-care tests for diagnosis are not routinely used. Clinical prediction scores can identify patients who are most likely to benefit from antibiotics; however, balance is required between optimising clinical outcome, antimicrobial stewardship, cost-effectiveness, and reducing transmission.2,3 Ideally, interventions should be appraised on these wider public health merits.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2024-04-27). Know the signs of irritable bowel syndrome. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org April is IBS Awareness Month, which makes this a good time to learn about the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS. Research suggests that about 12% of people in the U.S. have irritable bowel syndrome, and it's more common among women than men and in people younger than 50, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Irritable bowel syndrome is a chronic condition that affects the large intestine. Even though the digestive…

Amalia Martinez, Cyrille Delpierre, Pascale Grosclaude, Sébastien Lamy (2024-04-27). Correspondence] Integrating gender into cancer research. thelancet.com As cancer epidemiologists, we support the recommendations of The Lancet Commission on women, power, and cancer,1 which emphasised favourable structural contexts, routine data collection, and the prioritisation of research. Regularly collecting data on sex, gender, and socioeconomic factors in cancer statistics is essential for understanding health inequalities among populations. Providing these indicators enables health-care practitioners to personalise health care according to the specific needs of these populations.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2024-04-27). What do you know about malaria? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Editors note: World Malaria Day will be observed Thursday, April 25. Malaria is caused by a single-celled parasite of the genus Plasmodium. The parasite is transmitted to humans most commonly through mosquito bites. The malaria parasites enter the bloodstream and travel to the liver. When the parasites mature, they leave the liver and infect red blood cells. This is when people typically develop malaria symptoms. Because the parasites that cause malaria affect red blood cells, people also can be infected…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2024-04-27). Esophageal cancer — know the signs and reduce your risk. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, which makes this good time to learn the signs of esophageal cancer and what you can do to reduce your risk. Approximately 21,560 new cases of esophageal cancer ‚Äï 17,030 in men and 4,530 in women ‚Äï will be diagnosed in the U.S. this year, and 16,120 people ‚Äï 12,920 men and 3,200 women ‚Äï will die from the disease, according to the American Cancer Society. Esophageal cancer usually begins in the cells…

newarab (2024-04-27). Ben-Gvir visits Al Aqsa amid settler raids during Passover. newarab.com Israeli National Security Minister Ben-Gvir's visit coincided with illegal settlers forcing their way into the mosq…

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2024-04-26: News Headlines

Nicole Karlis (2024-04-26). Infectious Disease Experts Warn Bird Flu Outbreak Bigger Than Previously Thought. truthout.org For weeks, the dairy industry has been gripped by a highly contagious virus that is threatening to only get worse. Federal regulators announced this week that samples of pasteurized milk tested positive for H5N1, the strain of bird flu that has jumped from poultry to cows with one recent infection in an American. At the moment, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that the country's… |

Robert Hunziker (2024-04-26). Ocean Heat Pummels the Great Barrier Reef, Again. counterpunch.org It's never been so bad. The Great Barrier Reef, which is one of nature's most iconic mosaics of biodiversity, is on the ropes because of extreme global warming. Coral bleaching at the World Heritage-listed reef is "experiencing its worst mass bleaching event on record." (Source: Australia's Great Barrier Reef is 'Transforming' from Repeated Coral Bleaching,

Laurel Sutherlin (2024-04-26). How Banks and Investors are Fueling a Biodiversity Crisis. counterpunch.org In a global context where tropical rainforests play a critical role in biodiversity conservation and climate regulation, these ecosystems are severely threatened by expanding agribusiness and logging activities. This poses significant risks to the environment, wildlife, and communities dependent on rainforests. Against the backdrop of escalating climate change impacts, urgent action is needed to prevent the collapse

Rhoda Wilson (2024-04-26). Doctors do more harm than good. expose-news.com We now spend more on health care and the medical profession is better equipped than ever before. It is true, of course, that doctors save thousands of lives. However, iatrogenic disease — …

Dr. Joe Wang (2024-04-26). Excess Deaths in Japan Hit 115,000 Following Third COVID Shot; New Study Explains Why. globalresearch.ca

Alina Ramos Martin (2024-04-26). In 2023, 11,000 people died in Italy due to hospital infections. plenglish.com Rome, Apr 26 (Prensa Latina) Some 11 thousand people lost their lives in Italy in 2023 due to hospital infections, a high figure that indicates the importance of strengthening national programs to address this serious problem, a statement said.

Centers for Disease Control, Prevention (2024-04-26). DR Congo: The President's Malaria Initiative – 18th Annual Report to Congress (April 2024). reliefweb.int Countries: Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cà¥te d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Lao People's Democratic Republic (the), Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Thailand, Togo, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, United States of America, Zambia, Zimbabwe | Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, US Agency for International Development | Please refer to the attached file. | Driving Progress in the Fight to End Malaria | For Immediate Release | Office of Press…

US Agency for International Development (2024-04-26). USAID Launches New Partnerships to Support Malaria Prevention, Strengthen Infrastructure, and Bolster Food Security in Angola. reliefweb.int Country: Angola | Source: US Agency for International Development | For Immediate Release | Office of Press Relations, press@usaid.gov | Thursday, April 25, 2024, | Press Release | During her trip to Angola, Administrator Samantha Power announced expanding partnerships that reflect the deepening relationship between the United States and Angola. | At Angola's Instituto Nacional de Investigaàßà£o em Saúde (National Health Research Institute) Administrator Power announced that USAID-led U.S. President's Malaria Initiative (PMI) is expanding geographic coverage for malaria prevention and control activ…

WSWS (2024-04-26). The WHO updates its terminology for pathogens that transmit through the air. wsws.org The World Health Organization published a consensus statement on airborne pathogens, finally aligning the WHO with scientists who presented evidence of this early in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, but with no guidance on what measures should now be taken on the pandemic.

The Independent (2024-04-26). One Health approach is the way to go. independent.co.ug Veterinarians as Essential Health Workers COMMENT | Dr Jesse Mukisa Mutesasira | In a lay man's language, One health is an approach where many cats chase one rat. The cats consist of a collection of different professionals working under one team to achieve the same set target or solution towards societal health challenges (rat), or …

ecns.cn (2024-04-26). China-Spain giant panda cooperation contributes to biodiversity conservation: spokesperson. ecns.cn Two giant pandas, Jin Xi and Zhu Yu, will depart from the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Sichuan Province on April 29 to begin their 10-year stay at Madrid Zoo in Spain, continuing the 40-year "panda friendship" between the two countries, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin said at a press conference on Thursday.

newarab (2024-04-26). Ben-Gvir visits Al Aqsa amid settler raids during Passover. newarab.com Israeli National Security Minister Ben-Gvir's visit coincided with illegal settlers forcing their way into the mosq…

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2024-04-13: News Headlines

Cristen Hemingway Jaynes, EcoWatch. (2024-04-13). United Nations: We Have 'Two Years To Save The World' From Climate Crisis. popularresistance.org We are running out of time to take action on climate change, says Simon Stiell, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. | In a speech titled "Two Years to Save the World," Stiell emphasized that governments, development banks and business leaders must take steps to avert much more serious impacts of the climate crisis within that time frame, reported Reuters. | "For those who say that climate change is only one of many priorities, like ending poverty, ending hunger, ending pandemics, or improving education, I simply say this…

Anjoulie Woodhead (2024-04-13). Global Economic Losses Since Dawn of Pandemic Hit $3.3 Trillion. indybay.org Since 2020, the global economy lost $3.3 trillion.

Javier Arana Villasusa (2024-04-13). Sexual violence plagues the female segment in Port-au-Prince. plenglish.com In Croix-des-Bouquets, Bel-Air, La Saline, Pernier and Ganthier, at least 74 women and girls were victims of this practice, including their rape by several members of a criminal gang, according to a report from the Haitian National Human Rights Network. | Previously, the Departmental Initiative against Trafficking and Child Trafficking in Haiti (Idette) called for the creation of a multi-sectoral mechanism that can protect women and children amid the insecurity that exists in Haiti. | The organization recommended finding ways to take care of the survivors of abuse, creating a unit for women and children at risk…

Javier Arana Villasusa (2024-04-13). Link found between microplastics and heart diseases. plenglish.com London, Apr 13 (Prensa Latina) The accumulation of tiny plastic particles in blood vessels is now linked to an increased risk of heart attacks, strokes and deaths, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

tvbrics (2024-04-13). Russian scientists develop new medicine. tvbrics.com It is an antibacterial drug for the treatment of complicated infections…

John Zarocostas (2024-04-13). World Report] IHR talks advance ahead of key deadline. thelancet.com However, revisions to the International Health Regulations concerning equitable access and financial assistance are linked to troubled parallel talks on a pandemic accord. By John Zarocostas.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2024-04-13). Mayo Clinic study finds active workstations may improve cognitive performance. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org ROCHESTER, Minn. — A recent Mayo Clinic study suggests that active workstations incorporating a walking pad, bike, stepper and/or standing desk are successful strategies for reducing sedentary time and improving mental cognition at work without reducing job performance. Extended sedentary behavior, whether at work or home, increases a person's risk of preventable chronic diseases. "Our findings suggest that it is feasible to blend movement with office work that previously would have been done during long…

Katherine Li (2024-04-13). YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Protecting The Youngest Workers. levernews.com Good things are happening! States are taking action against abusive child labor, and First Amendment protections could prevail in the WikiLeaks case. Also, retirement funds will now be in safer hands, disadvantaged communities join the clean energy revolution, and transgender people could soon score safer workplaces.States Act To Protect Their Youngest Workers: At least a dozen states are proposing more stringent laws to protect their youngest workers this year, in response to surging child labor violations and a coordinated effort to roll back child labor protections.Since the pandemic's onset, employers…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2024-04-13). Mayo Clinic virologist offers perspective on avian influenza, bird flu, outbreak. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Health officials around the globe, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, are monitoring the ongoing avian influenza outbreak. Also known as bird flu, the highly contagious viral disease typically spreads among birds, but can also infect livestock and, in rare cases, humans. "Avian influenza is very common among migratory birds such as waterfowl," says Dr. Matthew Binnicker, director of the Clinical Virology Laboratory at Mayo Clinic. He adds that human infection is rare,…

Shailendra Prasad, Esther Johnston, Bassim Birkland, Ramakrishna Prasad, Annika Carlson, Klaus von Pressentin (2024-04-13). Correspondence] Primary health care has not been prioritised enough. thelancet.com In his Offline,1 Richard Horton comments that promoting primary health care is "desperately misguided". Horton refers to shifts in epidemiologic curves, emphasising the need for cancer care and the success of antiretroviral treatments for HIV as reasons for this.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2024-04-13). Mayo Clinic Minute: What is pink eye? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Pink eye is extremely common in kids. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, public schoolchildren in the U.S. miss 3 million school days each year because of pink eye. Dr. Tina Ardon, a Mayo Clinic family physician, explains what you should know about this contagious condition. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/Lb1QLr0xZv0 Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 06) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network."…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2024-04-13). Meningococcal disease on the rise in the US. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Neisseria meningitidis bacteria, responsible for causing meningococcal meningitis. Courtesy: CDC A rise in invasive serogroup Y meningococcal disease has prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to issue a health advisory for healthcare providers. "Meningococcal disease is a bacterial infection caused by Neisseria meningitidis. About 1 in 10 people are natural carriers of the bacteria, and it can spread to others by sharing respiratory secretions," says Dr. Matthew Binnicker, director of the Clinical Virology Laboratory at Mayo Clinic. Serogroups B, C…

newarab (2024-04-13). Two Palestinians killed by Israeli forces, West Bank raids. newarab.com Israeli forces have killed two Palestinians early Friday near Tubas in the The deceased Palestinians have since been identified as Mohammed Rasoul and Mohammad Issam al-Shahmawi. | Rasoul was reported to be targeted by Israeli gunfire during an ambush in his vehicle, while al-Shahmawi was shot during a military raid in the al-Far'a refugee camp, located in south of Tubas. | Rasoul led the Tubas Battalion, which consists of a group of young men who h…

presstv.ir (2024-04-13). Dozens killed in Israeli bombing of Palestinian home in Gaza City. presstv.ir Israeli warplanes conduct fresh air raids on the besieged Gaza Strip, killing a total of 30 Palestinians and wounding dozens.

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2024-04-02: News Headlines

Qassam Muaddi, Mondoweiss. (2024-04-02). 'Operation Al-Aqsa Flood' Day 178: Israel Withdraws From Hospital. popularresistance.org The Palestinian health ministry reported that Israeli forces committed 14 massacres across the Gaza Strip since Saturday, killing 140 Palestinians and wounding 202, raising the death toll of Israel's assault since October 7 to 32,782 with more than 75,392 wounded. | In Gaza City, medical sources reported finding at least 50 dead bodies in the surroundings of al-Shifa hospital after the Israeli army withdrew from the medical complex following two weeks of raids. The health ministry said in a statement on Sunday that medical staff are unable to recover the bodies and the wounded under the rubble.

Laura V. Mar, Victor Villalba Gutiérrez, Resumen English. (2024-04-02). A Collective Mural Calls For Neighborhood Reflection. popularresistance.org Artists and cartoonists carried out an urban intervention in the central Paseo Avenue of the Cuban capital, on the occasion of the Palestinian Land Day, that commemorates the first general strike against the theft of part of the Palestinian territory by the Zionist regime. | Now, 176 days after the unprecedented massacre in Gaza, world solidarity is increasingly necessary. The solidarity cannot slow down it needs to grow in many ways. This was the understanding of the renowned cartoonist Ares, National Humor Prize (Cuba 2020) and Grand Prix UYACC Anticoronavirus (China 2020), when he called others to join in on t…

Patricia Harrity (2024-04-02). 'COVID Was A Lie, An Illusion Created by Government to Take Complete Control' & 'The Penny Is Dropping Everywhere!'. expose-news.com "We have lived through a dark time" said Professor Dr. Stefan Homburg in a speech delivered last year reported in the Exposé soon after. However, the video of that speech has had a new lease of life on the X platform and is said to have gone viral. Dr David Cartland shared the video and wrote in his Tweet: | "Penny is dropping everywhere! I wouldn't want to be a covid cultist/jabaholic doctor/nurse or…

Patricia Harrity (2024-04-02). German Government Documents Obtained Under Court Order Reveal Covid Crisis Political Manipulation. expose-news.com The release of heavily redacted German government documents obtained under court order by the German alternative media magazine "Multipolar" are shaking up German politics on the eve of the critical 2024 European …

Jessica Rojas (2024-04-02). Video: Vaccinated Children Versus Unvaccinated Children. Dr. Paul Thomas. globalresearch.ca

WSWS (2024-04-02). 19 million in the US purged from Medicaid rolls in "post-pandemic" unwinding of expanded coverage. wsws.org Millions have been kicked off Medicaid health insurance over the past year after bipartisan agreement to roll back the expansion of the program that was implemented at the beginning of the pandemic.

WSWS (2024-04-02). Migrant children held in fetid open-air encampments near Southern California-Mexico border. wsws.org With tens of thousands of migrants and their children left at open-air encampments without food, shelter or medical care, diseases and malnutrition run rampant.

EDWIN (2024-04-02). DPWI to host Young Professionals seminar. sanews.gov.za DPWI to host Young Professionals seminar | Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Sihle Zikalala, together with Deputy Minister Bernice Swarts, will on Wednesday host the Young Professionals seminar in Pretoria. | The DPWI's Young Professionals programme seeks to address skills shortages in the built industry and build skills capacity to support the built environment industry. | The seminar seeks to have an engagement between industry players, the department and young professionals on a number of issues in the built industry. | The Young Professionals programme is a structured DPWI mentorship programme aimed…

nosihle (2024-04-02). SARS collects R2.155 trillion in taxes. sanews.gov.za SARS collects R2.155 trillion in taxes | While South Africa's economy continues to face challenges of load shedding and impaired port and logistics operations, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) has collected a gross tax revenue of R2.155 trillion for the 2023/24 financial year. | Addressing a media briefing on the preliminary revenue outcome for the 2023/24 financial year, SARS Commissioner Edward Kieswetter said this amount was in line with the revised estimate representing a year-on-year growth of 4.2% against a nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of 4.9%. | "Net revenue, which is the revenue after refu…

The Salafi Centre of Manchester (2024-04-02). The Diseases of the Heart and Their Cure — Shaykh Saaleh al-Fawzaan. salaficentre.com I am a man who is afflicted with many diseases of the heart, they include: bad thoughts of people, arrogance, and love of being heard and seen (showing off). I know that all of this is from the Shaytaan and I try to distance myself from this. However, Shaytaan lures me each time. What is your advice, O Shaykh Saaleh (Al-Fawzaan) towards this?>

ecns.cn (2024-04-02). Breakthrough promises more effective drugs. ecns.cn Chinese researchers have devised a new method for designing drugs that target multiple aspects of complex diseases, potentially offering a breakthrough for treating mental illnesses like schizophrenia and dementia.

aljazeera.com (2024-04-02). Israel's war on Gaza live: Seven aid workers killed after food deliveryUS-based aid group World Central Kitchen confirms seven staff members were killed in a "targeted attack" by the Israeli military and called on it to stop "this indiscriminate killing" in Gaza. Those killed were from Palestine, Australia, Poland, the UK, and a US-Canada citizen.

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2024-03-29: News Headlines

albawaba (2024-03-29). Israeli raids in Lebanon claim lives of 11 civilians, including 10 paramedics, in a single day. albawaba.com ALBAWABA- The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Lebanon reported that 11 civilians, including 10 paramedics, were killed by Israeli forces in southern Lebanon within a single day.He emphasized that such attacks on health facilities violate international humanitarian law and expressed concern over the escalating violence against medical teams in the region.This statement comes amidst increased tensions between Israeli forces and Hezbollah fighters along the Southern Lebanese borders. Hezbollah retaliated by targeting Israeli military sites in the occupied Kfar Shuba hills and launching over 150 missiles a…

albawaba (2024-03-29). Sean Diddy Combs alleged drug mule arrested amid home raids. albawaba.com

Rhoda Wilson (2024-03-29). We need to gain a better understanding of how our bodies work and take charge of our own well-being. expose-news.com The covid vaccines are the latest in a long line of so-called modern pharmaceutical miracles that seem to cause the very things they are designed to prevent. Considering the harm covid injections …

Staff (2024-03-29). A Guy Named Me: The More You See It, The More Incredible It Is. commondreams.org So the sick kingpin of "Red America's fever dreams" is still here — jabbering, menacing, whining, unraveling, what Biden calls "weak and desperate" and hazardous to our health. Lately, he's been busy going to court, misspelling "Biden," likening himself to Jesus, paying Nazi tribute to "the J6 hostages," shrieking "WITCH HUNT!", claiming migrants aren't people, …

ecns.cn (2024-03-29). Employment strong in 2023. ecns.cn China's employment in urban areas grew last year, with the nation's economy and job market returning to normal after the shock of the COVID-19 pandemic, experts said.

Dean Baker (2024-03-29). Relitigating the Pandemic: School Closings and Vaccine Sharing. counterpunch.org There is a steady drumbeat from people intent on making a major issue over the fact that many cities may have kept their schools closed for too long during the pandemic. The argument is that children were generally less susceptible to Covid than the rest of the population and closing schools did little to stem

Joshua Frank (2024-03-29). Of Life and Lithium: Why the "White Gold" Rush Won't Save The Planet. counterpunch.org With his perfect tan and slicked-back hair, California Governor Gavin Newsom stood at a podium at Sacramento's Cal Expo in late September 2020 and announced an executive order requiring all new passenger vehicles sold in the state to be zero-emissions by 2035. With the global Covid pandemic then at its height, Newsom was struggling to

WSWS (2024-03-29). Australia: Queensland's chief health officer calls for the scrapping of the term "Long COVID" wsws.org Gerrard's assertion is part of the campaign by the political establishment in Australia to normalise COVID-19 with the claim that Long COVID is no different to the long-term symptoms of seasonal influenza.

ecns.cn (2024-03-29). U.S. experiencing 'full-blown outbreak of Sinophobia'. ecns.cn The United States is experiencing a "full-blown outbreak of Sinophobia", a China expert said in an article published on Wednesday.

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2024-03-27: News Headlines

Qassam Muaddi (2024-03-27). 'Operation Al-Aqsa Flood' Day 173: Israel continues attacking Gaza's hospitals, kills 7 people in Lebanon. mondoweiss.net Following the UN Security Council ceasefire resolution, Israel continued its attacks on Gaza hospitals, killing 76 Palestinians across the Gaza Strip. Meanwhile, in southern Lebanon, Israel killed 7 Lebanese people during cross-border fighting.

albawaba (2024-03-27). American raids on Syria claim 8 soldiers in Deir ez-Zor. albawaba.com ALBAWABA- 7 Syrian soldiers and a civilian lost their lives in Deir ez-Zor as a result of American airstrikes conducted at dawn today. Reports from Syrian agencies indicate that the raids targeted various towns, villages, and military sites in the region.Official Syrian media sources confirmed the devastating toll, stating that the American bombing in eastern Syria resulted in the deaths of 7 soldiers and one civilian.Meanwhile, Israeli security sources have corroborated reports of airstrikes targeting Iranian Revolutionary Guard positions in eastern Syria. Skynews Arabia, citing Iranian sources, reported that th…

Sayer Ji (2024-03-27). CDC Data Shows Links Between Vaccines and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). globalresearch.ca

The Exposé (2024-03-27). Experts Discover Over 200Billion DNA Fragments in a Single Dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine. expose-news.com Cancer genomics expert Dr. Phillip Buckhaults recently testified to the South Carolina Senate about the DNA contamination found in Pfizer's mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. There are an estimated 200 billion pieces of plasmid …

The Exposé (2024-03-27). Propaganda has come back to Bite: Even the Royal Family can't escape the Turbo Cancer being caused by COVID-19 Vaccines. expose-news.com In the years following the global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, public discourse has been saturated with discussions about their efficacy and safety. Among the most visible figures affected by health issues in …

Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi (2024-03-27). Video: Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi at the German Parliament. "The vaccination turned out to be the greatest blessing for the money and world's elites, for the pharmaceutical industry and politics." globalresearch.ca

csmonitor.com (2024-03-27). NBC sought a conservative voice. But its employees didn't want Ronna McDanielNBC News cut ties March 26 with former Republican National Committee chief Ronna McDaniel less than a week after hiring her as an on-air political contributor, a decision that followed a furious protest by some of its journalists and commentators.

Comment: This story shows how American MSM that only serves both Dems and Repubs has gotten stupider from year-to-year.

aa.com.tr (2024-03-27). Top UN court likely to issue tough decision against Israel for ongoing attacks on Gaza The world court will rule on the requested additional measures in the coming days, which may include criticism of Israel as well as requests for additional monitoring reports, according to the KAN broadcaster report.

newcoldwar.org (2024-03-27). Hezbollah retaliates against Israeli atrocities in Gaza with strikes on military bases Lebanon's Hezbollah resistance movement has conducted multiple operations against Israeli military outposts in the northern part of the 1948 occupied territories, expressing its unwavering support for Palestinians in Gaza amid a genocidal war.

ca.news.yahoo.com (2024-03-27). Palestinians drown trying to reach Gaza aid air-dropped by US into seaThe Pentagon confirmed that three of the 18 packages it air-dropped on Monday had parachute malfunctions and fell into the water just off the coast of the Strip. However, US officials did not confirm if any Gazans were killed while trying to reach the aid.

firstpost.com (2024-03-27). Teens in Gaza hoping to be killed to end their "nightmare" : UN – Firstpost A spokesman for the UN children's agency said on Tuesday that the situation in the war-torn Gaza is so bad that teens are increasingly expressing their desire to be quickly murdered in order to end the "nightmare".
  "The unspeakable is regularly said in Gaza," said James Elder, spokesman for the United Nations children's agency UNICEF.

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2024-03-25: News Headlines

Ana Vračar (2024-03-25). Executions, detentions, and sexual violence: Israel's brutal siege on Al-Shifa Hospital. peoplesdispatch.org The past seven days of Israeli attacks on the Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City have been some of the most brutal since the beginning of Israel's genocidal war on Gaza. During a week of raids conducted by the Israeli Occupying Forces (IOF), the Strip's once-largest hospital has transformed into "a battlefield that resembles a ghoul," according to After attacking the medical facility last

Editor (2024-03-25). Sinophobia unmasked: The racism pandemic. mronline.org In the shadow of Covid-19, bigotry paints the Chinese identity as synonymous with disease and subversion—discriminatory policies, from visa restrictions to TikTok bans, have been ramped up ever since, writes FIONA SIM.

Gabrielle Pickard-Whitehead (2024-03-25). Thousands of foreign nurses are abandoning Britain to find work abroad. leftfootforward.org Around 9,000 NHS nurses are leaving the UK each year to work in other countries in search of better paid jobs. | Between 2021-2022 and 2022-2023, the number of UK-registered nurses moving overseas for jobs doubled to a record 12,000. Since before the Covid-19 pandemic, the number of nurses leaving Britain to find work elsewhere has increased fourfold. |

Rhoda Wilson (2024-03-25). FDA settles out of court and removes website and social media posts on ivermectin and covid. expose-news.com The US Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") has lost its battle against ivermectin. After a case was filed in court, the FDA has settled and agreed to remove webpages and its social …

Associated Press (2024-03-25). Pope Francis skips Palm Sunday homily at start of busy Holy Week that will test his health. scmp.com Hobbled by bad knees and respiratory problems, the pope, 87, also did not take part in procession of cardinals around the obelisk in St Peter's Square on Sunday.

The Independent (2024-03-25). Uganda addresses post-TB lung disease burden. independent.co.ug The burden of post-TB lung disease and the health and well-being of TB survivors is poorly understood Kampala, Uganda | PATRICIA AKANKWATSA | The National TB and Leprosy Programme at the Ministry of Health, Makerere University Lung Institute and the Global Fund have partnered to implement an innovative programme focused on affordable and accessible post- TB …

Rhoda Wilson (2024-03-25). WHO's proposed IHR amendments and Pandemic Treaty will create perverse incentives to declare pandemics. expose-news.com The World Health Organisation ("WHO") will present two new texts for adoption by its governing body, the World Health Assembly, in Geneva on 27 May — 1 June. The new Pandemic Treaty …

Janine (2024-03-25). Government activities for the week 25 to 29 March 2024. sanews.gov.za Government activities for the week 25 to 29 March 2024 | On Monday, 25 March, the Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment Barbara Creecy will lead the inaugural Biodiversity Economy and Investment Indaba at the Birchwood Hotel in Boksburg, Gauteng. | Also on Monday, the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Professor Blade Nzimande, will officially launch the Higher Education Innovation Fund. | Commissioner of the Border Management Authority (BMA), Dr Michael Masiapato, will hold a media briefing to outline the accelerated security control measures at the ports of entry during Easter p…

albawaba (2024-03-25). Exploring Your Destiny: Daily Horoscope – March 26, 2024. albawaba.com ALBAWABA – Curious about what your horoscope predictions will be for March 26, 2024? What's in store for you in your horoscope, astronomer? Let's find out.ShutterstockExploring Your Destiny: Daily Horoscope – March 26, 2024: Aries (March 21 – April 19): Tomorrow, Aries, you may find yourself full of energy and enthusiasm. Your assertive side can help you tackle challenges head-on, and your confidence will be contagious. It's a great day for taking initiative in both your personal and professional life. Just be careful not to let impulsiveness get the better of you.Taurus (April 20 – May 20):…

RONALD MUSOKE (2024-03-25). EU backs AU's initiative for in-continent vaccine production. independent.co.ug AU has prioritized vaccine manufacturing for up to 22 diseases NEWS ANALYSIS | RONALD MUSOKE | The European Union intends to support its partner, the African Union, in its ambitious goal of producing 60% of vaccines on the continent for African citizens by 2040, according to Jutta Urpilainen, the European Commissioner for International Partnerships. "Learning the …

english.almanar.com.lb (2024-03-25). Aggression Against Gaza Persists on 171st Day: More Martyrs, Wounded, and Destruction" english.almanar.com.lb In a devastating continuation of violence, the Israeli occupation has persistently targeted the Gaza Strip for 171 days, unleashing relentless raids and bombings on various areas of the territory. The besiegement of the health sector has exacerbated the already dire humanitarian crisis endured by the people of Gaza for over five months. Bereaved family …

c-span.org (2024-03-25). U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Security Council Resolution for Ceasefire in Gaza During a U.N. Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle East and following the adoption of a resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield delivered brief remarks. The ambassador said the United States supports the resolution but chose to abstain from the vote because they did not agree with everything in the resolution.

c-span.org (2024-03-25). U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Security Council Resolution for Ceasefire in GazaDuring a U.N. Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle East and following the adoption of a resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield delivered brief remarks. The ambassador said the United States supports the resolution but chose to abstain from the vote because they did not agree with everything in the resolution.

middleeasteye.net (2024-03-25). 'Seeing for Ourselves': A call for inner reflection while tackling injustice In her honest reflections, Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan invites readers on a spiritual journey of self-accounting, helping us to think about how we see ourselves and want to be seen

en.abna24.com (2024-03-25). Burning Palestinian civilians by Israel, a model of America's massacre in JapanIn Gaza, Palestine, three Palestinian women get martyred every hour as a result of Israeli airstrikes, targeting residential homes with incendiary bombs and being trapped in dire conditions; women, who are often harder to rescue from under rubble or fires than men.

tasnimnews.com (2024-03-25). Iraqi Islamic Resistance Targets Israeli Military Headquarters with Drone StrikeThe Islamic Resistance in Iraq said it launched a drone strike early Sunday targeting the headquarters of the Israeli regime's ministry for military affairs in the occupied territories.

scoop.co.nz (2024-03-25). Jewish And Muslim Youth Unite To Respond To Gaza Humanitarian Crisis "It was both empowering and sobering to be in the room alongside many of our Jewish brothers and sisters who are committed to upholding their Jewish values in support of a liberated Palestine" said Tahirah Moton (Ng?ti Maniapoto) from the Muslim youth community.

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