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

Iran awaits US response to discussed ‘solutions’

Tehran awaits the response of the United States to the “solutionsdiscussed with the European Union negotiator in charge of coordinating the Iranian nuclear talks, in order to break the impasse by restoring the 2015 agreement, the spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday (May 16th). . Read alsoIranian nuclear: Washington judges … Read more

great day of mobilization to defend the right to abortion

Large marches are to be held in Washington, New York, Chicago, Austin or Los Angeles, as the Supreme Court looks set to turn back 50 years. “Hands off our bodies!”: Thousands of demonstrators are expected Saturday in the streets of the United States to defend the right to abortion, threatened by the Supreme Court which … Read more

“Women are going to die”, alarms The Lancet

“Women will die“if the Supreme Court of the United States puts an end to the right to abortion, alarmed the prestigious medical journal The Lancet Friday, May 13 in an editorial, estimating that the judges will then have “blood on the hands“. Read alsoUnited States: Can the Supreme Court suspend the right to abortion? SEE … Read more

in Herat, the Taliban prohibit men and women from eating together in restaurants

Taliban authorities in the city of Herat, in western Afghanistan, have banned men and women from eating together in restaurants, including if they are married, we learned Thursday, May 12 from official source. Read alsoJean-Pierre Perrin: “The failure in Afghanistan is more serious than in Vietnam” SEE ALSO – In Afghanistan, the Taliban close girls’ … Read more

no sanction for the magistrate

No disciplinary action will be taken against the magistrate who had ordered the expulsion of a lawyer during a hearing in March in Aix-en-Provence, an incident which had caused a stir in the profession, indicated the Department of Justice in the Senate. Read alsoIn Aix-en-Provence, magistrates and lawyers at war “After having taken cognizance of … Read more

mixed result for Trump in local primaries

Republican voters in West Virginia on Tuesday (May 11) chose a supporter of Donald Trump to represent them in the midterm elections in November, but the former president saw one of his proteges lose the primary in Nebraska. Read alsoHow Donald Trump is planning his revenge These two less urbanized states lean frankly on the … Read more

Education, a new political battleground in the United States

For Jon Baker, this Tuesday, May 3 is a bit special. Jon is 74 years old, 74 years at full speed. It was in Asia that he came of age in the mid-1960s, enlisted in the navy in the middle of the Vietnamese quagmire. Since then, he has held so many jobs that he finds … Read more