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Science & Technology
Health & Medicine
Mind & Braind
Tensions between the US and China over the vaccine
The 194 countries that are members of WHO met remotely in an Assembly to coordinate efforts to respond to the pandemic
New outbreaks of coronavirus after reduced restrictions
As the United Kingdom begins to plan their return to normality, there is a new outbreak of infections in countries that have already done so
Coronavirus: digital surveillance and human rights
In order to control contagion, during this year some countries have intensified surveillance strategies through technology
Coronavirus: natural origin or created in a laboratory?
While the United States insists on China's involvement in the creation of the virus, the WHO denies this responsibility and asks the government for evidence
MIUI 12: what does the Xiaomi operating system update bring?
Xiaomi's custom operating system includes a number of interesting new features
Ayurveda and yoga for COVID-19 prevention
Those practices may help strengthen host immunity and provide an effective, accessible, and affordable means of prophylaxis of COVID-19 infection.
Fujimori out of jail and other political news of the week
COVID-19 news is not the only thing happening around the world, some other political acts have been going on this week.
What is Kim Jong-un's health condition?
Here is part of the timeline surrounding the rumors about Kim Jong-un's state of health.
The best global brands of Chinese origin
There are Asian brands that have stood out for their excellent performance and durability.
New death figures appears in China
The update on the number of death in Wuhan has sparked criticism over whether that country's government is trying to hide the truth
Donald Trump is right and the WHO lied?
The Taiwanese government also accuses the World Health Organization of mishandling the crisis of COVID-19
Coronavirus: State of disaster in the United States
For the first time in history, the United States decreed a state of disaster throughout its territory due to the scope of the global health emergency
How's the race to find the Coronavirus vaccine?
The most recent tests are on a patch vaccine that is being tested in mice and others are already in clinical trials.
The need to implement early travel restrictions against coronavirus
A new study shows that mobility restrictions are more important than we thought in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
The effects of China's one-child policy on women's education
In China, the One-Child Policy was the biggest social movement that fundamentally changed the lives and family structure of the entire generation born in the 1960s
Coronavirus: 3 sports events rescheduled
Given the magnitude of the situation, several sports organizations decided to reschedule these sporting events
How have some countries stopped the Coronavirus?
While the Coronavirus outbreak is just beginning in Latin America, some of the countries where it started are already saying goodbye to it.
Japan to use recyclable material in Olympic Games uniforms
Although the Olympics are threatened by Covid19, the Japanese delegation is committed to celebrating them in an environmentally friendly way.
The 5 worst videogames in history
The world of video games has exquisite titles, but also others that displease everyone. Let's look at the 5 worst games ever.
CoVid19 coronavirus is not the only Chinese flu
The eastern giant has faced much more serious health complications than the recent pandemic.
World Martial Arts Champion will train Colombian judokas
At 15, Yoshirou Tanaka won the Judo Championship in Japan, positioning himself as the number 1 in the world. Now, he will train Colombian judokas.
The 5 best Pokémon games, from worst to best
The world of Pokémon is more alive than ever. Knowing this, we decided to make the top 5 of the best games in the franchise.
Emergency in China: quarantine hotel collapses
On the night of this Saturday, March 7, a hotel that was being used to quarantine at least 70 possible cases of Coronavirus collapsed
The threat of the coronavirus is increasing
The epidemic has ignited the alarms of countries outside of China and its effects are also reflected in the stock market.
Indian women are welcome to equal roles in the army
On Monday, Feb 17, the top court ruled that all women could serve as army commanders.
'Chinophobia' spreads as fast as the coronavirus does
The outbreak of Coronavirus in China has caused people across the planet to see the citizens of this country as latent enemies against the world's public health
Coronavirus cancels sporting events around the world
The virus, which could become a pandemic, has seriously impacted the world of professional sports.
The Chinese Community in Colombia joins to send supplies to their country
Due to the high demand for masks, the Asian community meets in Bogotá to send medical supplies to China.
Quiz: How to prevent the spread of a virus?
WHO raised the global threat posed by the coronavirus to "high level". Test your knowledge on how to prevent infection
5 sporting events affected by the coronavirus
Neither traditions like the Chinese New Year nor major sporting events were saved from being canceled or postponed in China.
This is how the World Economic Forum ended
The 50th edition of the Davos forum ended after five days in which 3000 attendees gathered to discuss the most important issues of world economy
Academy Awards' Special: Parasite
Our third review of the Oscar-nominated films is about the South Korean film that is surprising on the billboards.
Coronavirus dulls the Lunar New Year
The great Asian country has received the year of the metal rat plunged into one of the most important health crises of recent times
Did the new virus reach Latin America?
Currently, cases of possible infected persons in Mexico, Colombia and Brazil are being investigated, but WHO said that these have not yet been proven
What is known about the new and mysterious epidemic
The new virus, from China, has already spread to other countries in Asia and has claimed its first fatality
What are the 10 destinations you should visit in 2020?
The New York Times published a list of the 52 places you should visit this year. Here we bring you the top 10.
The natural disasters of 2020
The beginning of 2020 does not give truce. From major fires to droughts, nature is calling on the human being.
Tensions continue between the US and Iran
After Iran's announcement of blasting down the Ukrainian plane 'blamelessly', the crisis in the country and international tensions have worsened.
'Parasite' is now available in Latin America
Here all you have to know about the Korean success.
Iran's response to the United States
After the attack by the United States, Iran had noticed serious consequences and had speculated what kind of actions could be taken by the country.
Fires in Australia and floods in Indonesia: this is how 2020 began
2020 began with an urgent call from nature about the damage we are doing to it through heavy floods and fires
United States kills Iranian elite force general
After the death of Qasem Soleimani, leader of the Quds Force, at the hands of the US military, the country has announced that it will retaliate
USA and China: closer to a trade agreement
On January 15, the United States and China will sign the first phase of a trade agreement that could end the tensions of both countries
More Chinese scientists in America are going back home
A growing number of Chinese scientists working in the United States are returning to their homeland, enhancing China's research productivity.
5 great stages of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics
With the end of the year, the long-awaited event is getting closer and closer. Meet the stages of the next Olympic Games.
From China, to El Salvador: these are the Christmas gifts of the Asian giant
The aid that China offered to El Salvador in a cooperation plan is huge
Sex trafficking from Pakistan to China
The Associated Press, in company with Pakistani investigator, found out that during the last two years, more than 600 girls and women were sold as brides.
Living in ethnic enclaves may improve pregnancy outcomes
Asian/Pacific Islander women living in ethnic enclaves in the United States are less likely to have pregnancy or birth complications.
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