Archive for July 16th, 2020

XiaoCheung dévoile une combinaison de combat révolutionnaire, ignifuge et anti-coupure – FrogSkin

HONG KONG, 16 juillet 2020 /PRNewswire/ — XiaoCheung, une entreprise locale située dans le parc scientifique de Hong Kong, a inventé un uniforme révolutionnaire, la combinaison de combat ignifuge et anti-coupure FrogSkin. Celle-ci est fabriquée avec le premier tissu au monde résistant aux coupures, aux flammes, à la corrosion, au boulochage, à l’abrasion, aux déchirures, aux […]
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WHO Calls for End to Africa Conflicts to Fight Coronavirus

NAIROBI – The World Health Organization is calling for an end to conflict in Africa so governments and health officials can focus on combating the spread of coronavirus. The continent has recorded more than 600,000 cases of the virus, with 14,000 deaths. “For at least...
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Latest Ebola Outbreak in Western DRC Eclipses 2018

The number of reported Ebola cases in western Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has surpassed the African nation’s 2018 outbreak numbers in the same region, World Health Organization officials said Thursday. “There are now 56 cases, and this is of great concern, particularly as it...
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Protesters Shut Down Key Oil Pumping Station in Tunisia

Hundreds of protesters demanding the government keep its promise to create jobs have shut down a key oil pumping station in southern Tunisia, Reuters reported Thursday. Witnesses said the demonstrators closed in on the Kamour station despite the presence of soldiers guarding the installation. The...
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Virus-hit African Airlines Resume Service, but for How Long?

PARIS – As South Africa’s coronavirus caseload hit the 300,000 mark this week, South African Airways got some good news: a reported government financial commitment to bail out the struggling state carrier, whose flights have been grounded because of the coronavirus since March. Other African...
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