In the United States, Republicans block a law on domestic terrorism

The Republican opposition in the Senate on Thursday blocked a law to fight domestic terrorism, ten days after a racist massacre and while America mourns the children killed in a school in Texas, two massacres which have brought to light the paralysis of Congress. Read alsoAfter Zelensky’s appeal to Congress, Joe Biden steps up aid … Read more

Iran urges US to abandon Trump’s ‘maximum pressure’ policy

Iran’s prime minister on Thursday called on Joe Biden’s administration to lift economic sanctions against his country and abandon the policy of “maximum pressureof his predecessor Donald Trump, in order to revive the chances of an Iranian nuclear agreement. Read alsoMoscow pressures its Iranian ally in nuclear talks “The most important thing is that economic … Read more

nearly one in five Amazon delivery workers injured in 2021, unions say

A work injury rate that is more than double that of the rest of the industry (7.6%), according to a report. More than 18% of Amazon delivery workers, employed by the group’s subcontractors, suffered workplace injuries in 2021, a rate that jumped 40% year on year, according to a coalition of American unions. “Amazon’s huge … Read more

Google launches a call for applications for the financing of African startups

The American computer giant, Google, has launched a call for applications for its Google for startups program. This initiative aims to facilitate access to funding for start-ups founded by Africans. What’s next after this ad Google for startups wants to bridge the existing technology gap in fundraising for startups on the African continent. For this … Read more

two sons of ex-president of Panama sentenced to 3 years in prison

A New York court sentenced Luis Enrique and Ricardo Martinelli, sons of former Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, to three years in prison on Friday, May 20, accusing them of being at the origin of the corruption system set up in Panama. with the Brazilian multinational Odebrecht. Read alsoThe fall of Odebrecht, a giant of Brazilian … Read more

SAFLAN, the new revolutionary software in the field of telephone top-ups

The digital world is changing rapidly. Only a few years ago, it was not possible for a phone to act as an electronic wallet or a transaction tool. All these innovations are the result of research by young dynamic people who are passionate about the digital world. Among its visionaries is Tinga Jean Bonkoungou, a … Read more

Technology in medical fields

A US delegation from the University of Illinois at Chicago arrived at Mohammed I University in Oujda earlier this week as part of a new project that brings together medicine, pharmacy and technology. Yassine Zaghloul, President of Mohamed I University in Oujda, received the American delegation composed of Carl Kochendorfer, Head of Health Information at … Read more

The booster dose of anti-Covid-19 vaccine authorized for 5-11 year olds in the United States

Children aged 5 to 11 will in turn be able to receive a booster dose of Pfizer’s anti-Covid vaccine, US health authorities announced on Tuesday May 17. Read alsoCovid-19: vaccinating the most vulnerable, the lessons of a crisis The United States Medicines Agency (FDA) has authorized the booster dose for this age group “to provide … Read more

US-sanctioned attorney general reappointed

Guatemala’s Attorney General Consuelo Porras was reappointed on Monday (May 16) by President Alejandro Giammattei for a new four-year term after the United States put her on a list of personalities “corrupt”. Read alsoMario Vargas Llosa: “Guatemala was the playground of the Americans” “I have taken the decision to appoint the current Attorney General, María … Read more

Franco-Venezuelan doctor charged in the United States for selling ransomware

A Franco-Venezuelan doctor has been charged in the United States for the sale of ransomware used in computer attacks, the United States Department of Justice announced on Monday May 16. Moises Luis Zagala Gonzalez, a 55-year-old cardiologist residing in Venezuela, is accused by the American courts of “computer intrusion attempts” and to have “conspired to … Read more