Hospitals struggle as 20 European countries record highest daily number of COVID cases : worldnews

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 82%. (I’m a bot) Health authorities across Europe are worried about hospital bed and ICU capacity as COVID-19 cases soar. With case numbers that were brought largely under control by lockdowns in March and April now surging, authorities in countries from Poland to Portugal have expressed mounting alarm at the renewed crisis confronting their health infrastructure. Dutch health authorities said if the number of COVID patients in hospital wards continues to grow, three quarters of regular care may have…

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‘First run’ tag for green norm-adopting thermal power plants: CSE

BATHINDA: Aiming to encourage the coal fired thermal power plants adopting green norms for cleaner air, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has stressed the need to call those plants as ‘First Run’ plants. These plants will require a certificate from the pollution control board to certify that they are complying or are suitably advanced in the direction to comply with the December 2015 environmental norms, mainly in emissions of PM, SO2, and NO2. A ranking of first-run power stations will have to be made and power procured from them…

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Nasa to make major announcement about the moon : worldnews

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Seven Britons ‘of Pakistani origin’ including two minors are arrested in Paris for ‘trying to run over a cop outside Israeli embassy’ : worldnews

Users often report submissions from this site and ask us to ban it for sensationalized articles. At r/worldnews, we oppose blanket banning any news source. Readers have a responsibility to be skeptical, check sources, and comment on any flaws. You can help improve this thread by linking to media that verifies or questions this article’s claims. Your link could help readers better understand this issue. If you do find evidence that this article or its title are false or misleading, contact the moderators who will review it I am a…

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Air pollution killed nearly a half-million newborns last year, study says : worldnews

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 69%. (I’m a bot) Oct. 21 – New research Wednesday says air pollution is the leading cause of death for newborns in their first month of life, and was responsible for killing nearly a half-million babies last year. The analysis said about two-thirds of deaths last year resulted from indoor pollution, like burning charcoal, wood and animal dung for cooking – and more than 90% of the global population experienced fine particle air pollution that exceeded safety guidelines from…

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Indian-origin man charged with firearms offence in UK

LONDON: An Indian-origin man has been charged with conspiracy to possess firearms and ammunition with intent to endanger life or to enable another person to endanger life as part of a long-running operation led by the UK‘s National Crime Agency (NCA). Hitesh Patel, 26, from Cheshire in north-west England, appeared at Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday charged with the offences along with two others, Bilal Khan, 32, and Umair Zaheer, 33. A fourth UK national, Robert Brazendale, 33, was arrested in Spain on a European Arrest Warrant as part of…

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Turkey says it will send troops to help Azerbaijan if requested : worldnews

This is Turkey testing the waters for an invasion of Artsakh now that their puppet state Azerbaijan’s attack has failed. There needs to be serious discussions about making amendments to NATO in order to kick Turkey out of It. At the very least, the supply of arms and components for them must be stopped. Erdogan is too wild to be trusted with anything. The world should just stop arming dictators, especially dictators of “republics.” Source link

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OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to plead to 3 criminal charges : worldnews

As part of the resolution, Purdue is admitting that it impeded the Drug Enforcement Administration by falsely representing that it had maintained an effective program to avoid drug diversion and by reporting misleading information to the agency to boost the company’s manufacturing quotas, the officials said. Purdue is also admitting to violating federal anti-kickback laws by paying doctors, through a speaking program, to induce them to write more prescriptions for the company’s opioids and for using electronic health records software to influence the prescription of pain medication, according to the…

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Rudy Giuliani faces questions after compromising scene in new Borat film

“In the film, released on Friday, the former New York mayor and current personal attorney to Donald Trump is seen reaching into his trousers and apparently touching his genitals while reclining on a bed in the presence of the actor playing Borat’s daughter, who is posing as a TV journalist.” Lmao rudy you fuckin weirdo. I think that cohen “hes drunk all the time” line might be true Source link

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