The United States and Japan want to send a first Japanese astronaut to the Moon

A Japanese astronaut will join NASA’s Artemis program to relaunch manned flights to the Moon. Joe Biden said he was “excited” about this space collaboration. The United States and Japan said on Monday May 23 that they intended to send a first Japanese astronaut to the Moon, but without setting a timetable, an announcement symbolizing … Read more

Food prices continue to rise in Reunion

The rise in consumer prices for the month of April 2022 in Reunion is 0.7%. It affects all consumption sectors but is less strong than in March, as indicated by INSEE in the following press release: By NP – Published on Monday, May 23, 2022 at 10:59 In April 2022, consumer prices increased by 0.7% … Read more

US and South Korea offer help to North Korea

Visiting Seoul, Joe Biden said he offered vaccines to Pyongyang but “got no response”. At a bilateral summit in Seoul, the United States and South Korea on Saturday offered help to North Korea to fight the Covid-19 epidemic as the country, which has still not reopened its borders since January 2020, claims to be experiencing … Read more

Google launches a call for applications for the financing of African startups

The American computer giant, Google, has launched a call for applications for its Google for startups program. This initiative aims to facilitate access to funding for start-ups founded by Africans. What’s next after this ad Google for startups wants to bridge the existing technology gap in fundraising for startups on the African continent. For this … Read more

The sun is up to twice as dangerous in Reunion

The 24th edition of the National Skin Cancer Prevention and Screening Week is being held from May 20 to 24. According to Inca, the National Cancer Institute, 80,000 new cases of skin cancer are diagnosed in France each year (2/3 of which are due to excessive exposure to sunlight and UV radiation). In Reunion, the … Read more

two sons of ex-president of Panama sentenced to 3 years in prison

A New York court sentenced Luis Enrique and Ricardo Martinelli, sons of former Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, to three years in prison on Friday, May 20, accusing them of being at the origin of the corruption system set up in Panama. with the Brazilian multinational Odebrecht. Read alsoThe fall of Odebrecht, a giant of Brazilian … Read more

Does the war in Ukraine make Joe Biden more popular in the United States?

NEWSPAPER – While the United States is accelerating its support for Ukraine, does this turn benefit the American president in his country? Joe Biden’s announcement of an envelope of 40 billion dollars intended to support Ukraine marks a major blow. This lend-lease law, similar to that introduced by his distant predecessor Roosevelt, is part of … Read more

US set to release $40 billion for Ukraine

In mid-March, Congress had already released nearly 14 billion dollars for the Ukrainian crisis. The American Congress was preparing Thursday, May 19 to release a gigantic envelope of 40 billion dollars for Ukraine, an illustration of the unwavering support promised by Joe Biden to kyiv. Read alsoUkraine: why is Joe Biden more offensive in the … Read more

In the United States, the firearms market has exploded in twenty years

The number of firearm deaths in the country has increased “historical” in 2020, potentially caused by the effects of the Covid-19 epidemic and poverty. US gunmakers have produced more than 139 million commercial firearms over the past 20 years, including 11.3 million in 2020, according to a Justice Department report released Tuesday (May 17). Read … Read more

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