China has dispatched a team of senior doctors to treat Kim Jong-un

China has dispatched a team of senior doctors to treat Kim Jong-un, it was reported yesterday, amid conflicting accounts about the health of the North Korean dictator since he vanished from public view two weeks ago. The delegation was led by a senior official from the Communist Party international liaison department, which handles relations with its neighbour, according to Reuters, citing three sources “familiar with the situation”. The city has the highest death rate of any state capital in Brazil and the mayor fears there are more hidden deaths because people are dying at home without medical care.   The pandemic … Continue reading China has dispatched a team of senior doctors to treat Kim Jong-un

A 12-year-old girl in Belgium has become the youngest known person to die from coronavirus in Europe

A 12-year-old girl in Belgium has become the youngest known person to die from coronavirus in Europe. Announcing the news, Dr Emmanuel Andre, spokesman for the country’s coronavirus crisis centre, said it was “an emotionally difficult moment, because it involves a child, and it has also upset the medical and scientific community”. The claim has been mad by a former prisoner, who survived the hell of Kaechon concentration camp. Using the pseudonym Kim Il-soon, she said: “The lands are very fertilised, and farming is successful there because the buried human bodies serve as natural fertilisers. Last month President Trump and … Continue reading A 12-year-old girl in Belgium has become the youngest known person to die from coronavirus in Europe

A mass exodus of civilians from the last rebel-held stronghold in Syria has begun

A mass exodus of civilians from the last rebel-held stronghold in Syria has begun as thousands of people flee towards the Turkish border in the face of a fierce new military assault by Bashar al-Assad and his Russian allies. As many as 30,000 people have left the area around the town of Maarat al-Numan after four days of airstrikes and heavy shelling paved the way for Syrian government troops to push deeper into north-western Idlib province. The idea was suggested up by L’Eryn Detraz, a native of Cow Island and a missionary currently stationed in Ohio, according to a statement … Continue reading A mass exodus of civilians from the last rebel-held stronghold in Syria has begun