Tag: World

Recoleta: operativo policial por una aglomeración de personas en una cervecería artesanal

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="En lo que fue un nuevo día con récord de casos, cuando los infectados con Covid-19 en el país llegaron a 220.682, una aglomeración de personas sobre la vereda de un bar en Recoleta captó la atención de los vecinos que transitaban por la zona y, rápidamente, las […]

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There’s no workplace equity for women in STEM – and COVID-19 made it worse

The events of 2020 are reshaping the way we live, work, teach, and learn. And while we have all been affected differently, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women has been particularly significant. A recent report by the Rapid Research Information Forum found the pandemic has left women facing disproportionate increases in caring responsibilities […]

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Russian cyberspies are attempting to steal coronavirus vaccine information

A Russian cyberespionage group that hacked into election networks before the 2016 U.S. presidential election is now attempting to steal coronavirus vaccine information from researchers in the U.S., U.K., and Canada. The governments of those three countries issued a warning on July 16 saying that the group known as APT29 or “Cozy Bear” is targeting […]

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Remote jury trials in times of COVID-19

On March 23, 2020, jury trials in England and Wales were suspended in response to COVID-19. This was done to protect public safety as social distancing measures were difficult to implement in courtrooms. Since then, several proposals, such as remote trials, have been put forward to address how jury trials might continue, and how to […]

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British golfer Pepperell voices concern over European Tour

London (AFP) – British golfer Eddie Pepperell said on Tuesday he is concerned for the future of the European Tour given the “frankly terrifying” state of the global economy due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Tour starts its newly formed British swing on Wednesday at the British Masters after returning to action with two events […]

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The Democrats’ New Climate Plan Is Weirdly Isolationist

The committee’s plan takes a blinkered view of what a holistic U.S. response to the crisis could look like. “In poor and fragile nations, these climate-driven shocks can also drive political instability and refugee movements. U.S. foreign policy and aid can help to address the global humanitarian threats of climate change before they become national […]

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