North Korean Defector Escapes Country Due to Strict Coronavirus Restrictions

South Korea’s intelligence agency, the National Intelligence Service, announced on the 19th that a North Korean defector who fled from North Korea earlier this month was the reason for the decision to escape due to the country’s strict new coronavirus restrictions. South Korean TV reporting the spread of corona in North Korea, taken in May … Read more

National Institute of Public Health in Sudan Occupied, Pathogens at High Risk of Leakage: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) said on the 25th that the National Institute of Public Health, which stores dangerous pathogens such as measles and cholera, in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan in northeastern Africa, where fighting continues, was occupied, and the pathogens leaked out. It warned of a “high biohazard risk.” Image provided (2023 Reuters) … Read more

Spokesman raises possibility of poisoning as Navalny’s health condition worsens.

[モスクワ 13日 ロイター] – A spokesman for imprisoned Russian dissident leader Alexei Navalny said on Monday he was complaining of severe stomach pains, suggesting he may be slowly being poisoned. showed that. An ambulance was called between Wednesday night and Saturday night, according to spokeswoman Kira Yarmish. He was unable to eat the food served … Read more

Rapid increase in travelers in China Approximately 40 million immigrants and immigrants in two months Corona restrictions lifted

According to data from China’s State Immigration Administration on March 8, 39.72 million people entered China between January 8 and March 7, up 112.4% from the same period last year. FILE PHOTO: Beijing’s international airport is seen in January 2023. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang [北京 8日 ロイター] – According to data from China’s State Immigration Administration, between … Read more

Angle: War Contaminates Ukraine, Serious Blow to World’s “Food Storage” | Reuters

BILOSELKA, Ukraine (Reuters) – Andriy Pobod, 27, has returned to his grain farm in Ukraine’s southern province of Kherson after it recaptured it from Russia last November. What I saw was a pile of ruins. Two tractors were missing, most of the wheat had disappeared, and all the crop storage buildings and farm machinery had … Read more

Focus: Sri Lanka economic crisis, elderly people who can not rely on their families and become homeless | Reuters

[Colombo, 8th, Thomson Reuters Foundation]- Kiri Banda used to work as a cook in Sri Lanka’s largest city, Colombo. After his retirement, he hoped to spend a peaceful old age with his son. But last year, when Banda’s medical bills began to weigh on her finances, she decided to move out. Kiri Banda used to … Read more

US Philadelphia Fed Business Conditions Index drops significantly to minus 24.3 in February | Reuters

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia released a manufacturing index of -24.3 in February, an unexpected drop from -8.9 in the previous month. March 2022 (2023 REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage) (Reuters) – The Philadelphia Federal Reserve’s manufacturing index fell sharply to -24.3 in February, unexpectedly worse than -8.9 in the previous month. Input cost growth accelerated for … Read more

Taiwan Foxconn replaces iPhone manufacturing manager = BBG | Reuters

Taiwan’s Foxconn, which manufactures iPhones for Apple Inc., has appointed Michael Chang to head iPhone manufacturing. The photo is the company’s logo. FILE PHOTO: Taipei, Taiwan, November 2023. REUTERS/Ann Wang (Reuters) – Taiwan’s Foxconn, which manufactures iPhones for Apple Inc., has named Michael Chang as head of iPhone manufacturing. He will take over the assembly … Read more

China, corona infection peak expected to last 2-3 months = eminent epidemiologist | Reuters

On January 13, Zeng Guang, a former chief epidemiologist at the China Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said China’s coronavirus epidemic peak is expected to last two to three months, and that rural areas with relatively scarce medical resources will soon be infected. He said he expected the waves to spread. The picture was … Read more

Corona regulations for travelers from China, aviation industry groups criticize EU | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) – A group of airlines and airports has criticized the European Union for encouraging passengers on flights from China to the EU to test negative for the new coronavirus. FILE PHOTO: Charles de Gaulle Airport in December 2021. REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier [ロンドン 5日 ロイター] – Groups of airlines and airports slammed the European Union … Read more