Towards a return to normal in New York

New York, one of the American cities hardest hit by the coronavirus, is gradually resuming activities. The increase in the capacity of restaurants passes to 50%. But the city is still far from any normality. A report by Henry Morton. Story: Dilly Dicko. .

Many asylum seekers from Latin America congregate at the border

Since the deactivation of the Trump administration’s immigration policy, it is the rush to the United States for many asylum seekers from Latin America. Thousands are massed on the southern border in the hope of entering to realize the “American dream”. A report by Celia Mendoza in El Paso, Texas. Since the deactivation of the […]

Advisory board suggests emergency use of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine

A U.S. government advisory board on Thursday recommended emergency use of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against the novel coronavirus. This means Americans could start getting vaccinated as early as this weekend. This Wednesday the country recorded more than 3,100 deaths in a single day, a peak since the start of the pandemic. Patsy Widakuswara, VOA White […]

New York revises its police budget

The city of New York adopted on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday an annual budget reducing the funds allocated to its police services, illustration of the impact of anti-racist demonstrations even if the measure has been criticized from all sides. The budget of the first American metropolis for the fiscal year 2021, which opens […]

Gabon, a country that was once led by converts thanks to Qadafi

Islam in Gabon is a minority but with mutual respect REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, Although Islam is still a minority in Gabon, this 267,667 square kilometer country plays an important role in peace in the Central African region. Gabon had been under French colony since 1849 and finally became independent on August 17, 1960. The Institute on Religion […]

awareness-raising below expectations in Kinshasa

KINSHASA — In the opinion of experts, awareness around the fight against HIV / AIDS is overdue in the Congolese capital Kinshasa, while this pandemic continues to wreak havoc in silence. “For this year 2020 with the Covid-19 pandemic, we tend to forget a little about HIV, while it continues to be the major concern”, […]

Gabon. Two women arrested for faking same-sex marriage

Two Gabonese were arrested Monday, November 9 in Makokou, in eastern Gabon, for “contempt of good morals” after having simulated a same-sex marriage and kissing in public, explained the mayor of the city and a source familiar with the matter. On June 23, the Gabonese Parliament passed a law decriminalizing homosexuality. “But the law does […]

Checkpoints in New York to enforce covid-19 quarantine

Visitors from 35 states with a sharp resurgence of the epidemic, such as the highly populated states of Florida and Texas, are currently subject to a two-week quarantine upon arrival in New York. In order to try to better enforce this measure, the mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the police would install “check-in points […]

Rob Kenney, the virtual dad from New York

Rob Kenney is not an actor or a celebrity per se. But his YouTube channel called “Daddy, how can I …?” Made him incredibly popular and his videos went viral. What made this father of two so popular is that he answers many questions from children and adolescents who live or have lived far from […]

Less than one in two Moroccans of working age are active

With more than a thousand daily cases since the beginning of August, the increase in contamination with the new coronavirus in Morocco is fueling concern and criticism in the local media on the management of the health crisis. “Morocco under severe strain”, “Infernal spiral”, “Fear of cities”, “The government is walking on corpses” … Under […]