Latin America, education loss due to corona disaster is in long-term crisis = UN report | Reuters

SANTIAGO, June 24 (Reuters) – The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic in these regions continues to take a toll on economic growth and poverty alleviation, the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) said in a report on Thursday. , pointed out that it has not returned to the path … Read more

US FDA, first edible approval for cultivated meat Increased demand for alternative livestock meat | Reuters

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that it has approved the first meat products grown from animal cells for human consumption. The photo shows the world’s first hamburger using cultured beef. Representative photo taken in August 2013 in London (2022 REUTERS) [ワシントン 16日 ロイター] – The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) … Read more

US president promises strict response to “unexpected” fees Authorities also guide | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden (pictured) pledged on Oct. 26 to take tougher action against unexpected fees consumers pay for things like cable TV bills, hotel bills and concert tickets. This picture is taken in Washington, D.C., 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden pledged on Monday to take tougher … Read more

US Google cooperates with high-tech specialist training school and local university in Israel | Reuters

Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Israel’s Reichmann University have opened a school for high-tech professionals. Reichmann University announced on the 24th. A picture of the Google logo. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Alphabet Inc’s Google and Israel’s Reichman University have opened a school for high-tech professionals. Reichmann University announced on the 24th. Israel has a thriving … Read more

Suspension of education due to corona disaster hits future US labor force = Bowman FRB Director | Reuters

Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman (pictured) said on October 20 that the disruption and disruption to learning and education caused by the coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on the U.S. workforce and economic prospects. warned of the possibility. FILE PHOTO: San Diego, California February 2019. REUTERS/Ann Saphir (Reuters) – Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman … Read more

Aitana, the greyhound who came to New York escaping animal abuse in Spain

(EFE) – The Greyhound the fathersaved from death in Spain after a life dedicated to hunting, has arrived in New York on his way to exile. Its benefactors thereby want to draw attention to the new animal protection law processed by the Spanish Congress and that probably excludes racing and hunting animals, among others. The … Read more

Marcos Senna recruits young talents to play in the USA

Mark Sennaformer Spanish international champion of Europe with Spain in 2008 and ambassador of LaLiga and Villarreal CF, will recruit young students and promises of Spanish football in Madrid among whom 2 million dollars will be distributed in aid so that they sign for the best universities and institutes of the USA in a multiple … Read more

United States. Woman prosecuted for rescuing injured raccoon and taking it home

An act of kindness that could cost him dearly. A 38-year-old woman was arrested in mid-September 2022 in the state of North Dakota (USA) for illegal possession of a furry animal. She had indeed had a raccoon at home for three months, reports The Guardian . The animal was found on the side of a … Read more

Ednita Nazario will take her concert “La Más Loca, La Más Bella” to the United States | shows

The concert “La Más Loca, La Más Bella” by the Puerto Rican singer Ednita Nazario will arrive in the United States. The first stops will be in the states of Florida and Texas. Ednita will perform on October 29 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth/Dallas, while on November 19 and 20 she … Read more

Angle: Acquisition of abortion technology that has become difficult, sense of crisis in the medical world due to US Supreme Court decision | Reuters

(Reuters) – Ian Peek, 33, a medical student at the University of Oklahoma, spent four years at a gynecology clinic in Tulsa because there was no abortion course or practice at his university. I have been conducting “shadowing” to observe the work of doctors. On August 15th, Ian Peek, a medical student at the University … Read more