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Month: June 2021

Los atletas universitarios podrán beneficiarse de los patrocinios, redes sociales y otras fuentes de ingreso a partir de este jueves

Alexandra Ferguson (CNN) — A partir de este jueves, los atletas universitarios tendrán la oportunidad de ganar dinero con su nombre, imagen y semejanza (NIL, por sus siglas en inglés) después de que la Junta de Gobernadores de la Asociación Nacional Deportiva Universitaria (NCAA, por sus siglas en inglés) aprobara una política provisional que da… Continue Reading

China declared officially malaria-free by WHO

By Jessie Yeung, CNN The World Health Organization declared China officially malaria-free on Wednesday — making it the first country in the Western Pacific region to eliminate the life-threatening disease in more than 30 years. Malaria, a parasitic disease transmitted through the bite of a female mosquito, kills 400,000 people a year worldwide, the majority… Continue Reading

China declared officially malaria-free by WHO

By Jessie Yeung, CNN The World Health Organization declared China officially malaria-free on Wednesday — making it the first country in the Western Pacific region to eliminate the life-threatening disease in more than 30 years. Malaria, a parasitic disease transmitted through the bite of a female mosquito, kills 400,000 people a year worldwide, the majority… Continue Reading

Jacinda Arden appears to call New Zealand opposition leader a ‘Karen’ during hate speech debate

By Jessie Yeung, CNN A hate speech debate turned heated in New Zealand’s Parliament on Wednesday when Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern suggested the country’s opposition leader was a “Karen.” The insult, popularized last year by an internet meme, broadly refers to an entitled White woman who is unafraid to use her privilege to make unreasonable… Continue Reading

Foreign countries that ‘bully’ China will meet a ‘great wall of steel,’ says Xi during Communist Party centenary

By Ben Westcott and Steven Jiang, CNN In an event commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party Thursday, President Xi Jinping claimed that only the party could ensure China’s continued assent and stability, and any attempt to divide the party from the country would fail. “Without the Communist Party, there will be no… Continue Reading

Los países pobres podrían perder US$ 1,4 billones por el colapso del turismo este año. La culpa es la desigualdad en la vacunación

josemartinezgomez (CNN Business) — El colapso del turismo internacional debido a la pandemia de coronavirus podría costarle a la economía mundial hasta US$ 2,4 billones este año, ya que el despliegue desigual de vacunas devasta a los países en desarrollo que dependen en gran medida de los visitantes extranjeros. En un informe publicado el miércoles,… Continue Reading
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