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Legislative elections in Algeria, the risk of a dead day in Kabylia
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Legislative elections in Algeria, the risk of a dead day in Kabylia

The shiny viaduct of the new railway line sparkles at the entrance to the wilaya of Tizi Ouzou. To see it, one could believe for a moment that progress has not abandoned Kabylia, as the propaganda of the separatists of the Movement for the Self-Determination of Kabylia (MAK) repeats. Just a moment. On the RN12 coming from Algiers, finally under repair, the traffic jam of several kilometers, which blocks the horizon, torpedo this idea.→ READ. Algeria: an opponent of the regime arrested on the eve of the legislative elections"The busiest axis in Algeria between two cities 100 km away is also the most degraded, a nightmare for those who make the round trip every day, for lack of trains in quantity", explains Nassim, 55, forced into this painful daily commute. The backwar...
Health hardens the traffic light in the summer months
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Health hardens the traffic light in the summer months

The Interterritorial Council recommends that the autonomous communities maintain restrictions until at least September, even if they reach new normal levels. Read . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
They establish a preventive plan "to decrease or delay" risk of a third wave
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They establish a preventive plan "to decrease or delay" risk of a third wave

A preventive plan "in order to diminish O to delay" the risk of a third wave from contagions from COVID-19 on Panama, It has been created by the national government, based on the experience gained during the pandemic.The objective of said plan is "avoid or slow down", the increase from "deaths for this virus", keeping the economy of the country within acceptable levels, as well as a balance enter here Health and the society, indicated this Tuesday at a press conference, the Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre. For his part la Dra. Nadja Porcell, general director of Health, explained That this plan it will be implemented by way of focused, at the level of country, provincesa, sanitary region, district, township ylquality, as necessary.He sustained that said plan is based on five ind...
The risks of ‘revolving’ cards: keys to avoid 30% interest
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The risks of ‘revolving’ cards: keys to avoid 30% interest

There are only a few weeks left until summer, a time when expenses skyrocket for the holidays. This year, the summer period coincides with a relaxation of the strong restrictions on mobility and social interaction imposed by the pandemic and a return to an almost old normality, which will be accompanied by an increase in consumption. Credit cards are the great ally of consumers and more in a crisis situation, in which "they can serve to alleviate the lack of money of many family units, especially if access to credit is hardened", points out Antonio Gallardo, financial expert in iAhorro. However, consumer associations warn of the risks of these debts and especially those contracted with the so-called cards revolving. What is the difference between a credit card and a 'revolving'? Those w...
Euro 2021: Karim Benzema back, the risky bet of Didier Deschamps
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Euro 2021: Karim Benzema back, the risky bet of Didier Deschamps

History will resume in Nice. At the very place where she left off on October 8, 2015, astonishing irony. It was there, at the Allianz Riviera stadium that Karim Benzema played his last match with the Blues, in a friendly against Armenia, during a rather auspicious evening for him: the center forward had achieved a good decisive pass on a one-two with Antoine Griezmann for the opener, and especially a double to close it (4-0 in the end), finally finding the net after a year of scarcity.It is also in Nice that he should wear the jersey struck with the rooster again, for the first preparation match of the Blues on June 2 against Wales. With all eyes on him, after more than five years of banishment.→ ANALYSIS. Euro 2021: Karim Benzema, bulky guest of Didier DeschampsDidier...
The pandemic forces the cataloging of high-risk biological agents and toxins in Spain
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The pandemic forces the cataloging of high-risk biological agents and toxins in Spain

Covid-19 confirms that the appearance of pathogens is already a threat to public health. National Security proposes It proposes to improve the protection of classified information of the ministries and contractorsUME agents disinfect the surroundings of the National Library in May of last year.BERNARDO DAZThe Covid crisis has turned into reality events that until very recently were unimaginable. The virus is not yet under control despite the miraculous breakthrough in vaccination. Everyone is now trying to learn from the tragic mistake of not having calibrated in time the global impact of the coronavirus, after its discovery in the region of Wuhan (China).The WHO warns that another pandemic could occur at any time. And in the Department of Homeland Security from Presidency of the Gover...
Covid-19 and ventilation: what is the risk of singing in a church?
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Covid-19 and ventilation: what is the risk of singing in a church?

Air rather than surfaces. One year after the first confinement during which the disinfection of shopping baskets was a source of anxiety, scientists insist on the role of airborne contamination, via aerosols, that is to say fine droplets which remain suspended in the air for a longer time, allowing their transport over greater distances.→ READ. Covid-19: why we must maintain barrier gestures"The media breakthrough on this issue of airborne contamination is recent, with several publications in the most prominent journals, but work had started last year", recalls Bruno Andreotti, professor of physics at the University of Paris, who issued recommendations for a secure reopening of shopping centers.Measure and assess risk factorsProof of this interest, the Massachusetts Inst...
Find out what risk level your municipality is in
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Find out what risk level your municipality is in

There are 40 counties above the limit of 120 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants defined by the Government, according to the table released this Friday by the DGS. There are three less than last week. At extremely high risk, above 960 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, there is no municipality, and Odemira and Vila Franca do Campo were here a week ago. There are two counties at high risk, between 480 and 959.9 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants: Cabeceiras de Basto and Odemira. Aljezur, Coruche, Lagoa [Açores], Machico, Paredes, Porto Moniz, Resende, Ribeira Grande, Tábua, Tabuaço and Vila Franca do Campo have between 240 and 479.9 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. Between 120 and 239.9 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants are the muni...
Digital environment puts minors at risk;  due to the pandemic they spend more time online
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Digital environment puts minors at risk; due to the pandemic they spend more time online

The Digital environment opened the door to new avenues for violence against children by facilitating situations in which they are exposed or may be influenced to harm themselves or others.This is how General Comment 25 of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, Rights of girls and boys in the digital environment, which points out that crises, such as pandemics, can lead to an increased risk of online damage given that under such circumstances children spend more time on virtual platforms.“Sex offenders can use digital technologies to approach children for sexual purposes and to engage in sexual abuse of children online, for example by broadcasting live videos, producing and distributing sexual abuse visuals of children and sexual extortion. The forms of violence and sexual exploitati...
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Sleeping Less Than 6 Hours a Night Linked to Higher Dementia Risk, Scientists Show

The links between poor sleep and symptoms of dementia have been studied for years, but there's still much we don't know about how lack of sleep may contribute to cognitive decline in conditions like Alzheimer's disease.  One of the limitations in our data is many observational studies looking at sleep duration and dementia have relatively short follow-up windows, or only examine senior individuals at their outset – whereas the development and manifestation of dementia symptoms often take place over decades, and can start emerging much earlier in people's lives.To provide a longer-term analysis examining how sleep in the years leading up to old age might affect dementia outcomes, a research team led by first author and epidemiologist Séverine Sabia from the University of Paris looked at da...