Minnesota riots over police brutality that may have fatal black man | NOW

Unrest arose in the US state of Minnesota on Sunday, because a black man may have been killed by police violence. That happened in Brooklyn Center, a suburb of Minneapolis about 10 miles from where black American George Floyd was killed by agent Derek Chauvin last year. According to CNN 20-year-old Daunte Wright was pulled … Read more

Vaccination centers with Johnson & Johnson closed in the United States due to side effects

In the United States, two mass vaccination centers with Johnson & Johnson have been closed due to side effects, according to the Wall Street Journal. In the state of North Carolina, 18 cases of adverse reactions were identified among vaccinated, four of whom were hospitalized. More than 2,000 people have been immunized in downtown North … Read more

DMX rapper dies at 50

Rapper DMX, one of hip-hop’s darkest figures whose fierce rap chronicled urban violence, died in a New York hospital on Friday after a week of hospitalization due to a heart attack. He was 50 years old. • Read also: DMX rapper hospitalized after heart attack • Read also: Prayer vigil for the hospitalized DMX rapper … Read more

Americans want Dwayne Johnson as president

Almost half of Americans would consider offering their vote to Dwayne Johnson if he ran for President of the United States. • Read also: Dwayne Johnson, President of the United States? Indeed, 46% of adults polled would vote for “The Rock” if he runs for office in 2024, reveals an online survey of 30,000 people. … Read more

President Biden wants to ban private possession of assault weapons | NOW

US President Joe Biden said on Thursday that he wants to ban the private possession of assault weapons. He says there has been “plenty of prayers” and it is time to actively tackle gun violence in the United States. Several major shootings have taken place in the country in recent weeks. The US president listed … Read more

Fight against HIV and other pandemics: The United States has invested more than 900 billion FCfa in Côte d’Ivoire

On the occasion of World Health Day, commemorated every April 7, the coordinator of Pepfar at the United States Embassy in Abidjan, Ms. Ngalamulume Bibola, takes stock of the actions of this American program to fight AIDS. in Ivory Coast. In 18 years of existence, what assessment of Pepfar can you make? Thank you for … Read more

Harry and Meghan produce Netflix series about injured soldier sports competition

Harry, who served in the British Army in Afghanistan and hosted the first Invictus Games in 2014, will appear on screen and produce “Heart of Invictus”. The documentary series will follow participants in their preparation for this sports competition for wounded or disabled veterans, which will take place in spring 2022 in The Hague, the … Read more

‘Joe Biden’s son couldn’t go out on the street without a sip of vodka’ | NOW

Hunter Biden, the son of US President Joe Biden, will release his memoir on Tuesday. The book Beautiful Things describes the addiction problems he faced. Just a few years ago, when his father was still a vice president, he was on the brink of collapse and could no longer function without alcohol or drugs. We … Read more

Florida: Tampa Bay threatened by ecological disaster

Florida’s Tampa Bay threatened with ecological disaster. Wastewater tank from former phosphate factory threatens to rupture Closed for 20 years, the Piney Point site produced phosphate, a compound used in the manufacture of fertilizers. In recent days, the plastic coating of its huge wastewater tank has started to leak. It contains over a million cubic … Read more

Catastrophic flooding of reservoir full of sewage threatens in Florida | NOW

A leak in a water reservoir in the US state of Florida threatens to flood the surrounding area near the city of Tampa with polluted water. The reservoir, which contains about 1.8 billion liters of waste water, is located at an old phosphate mine. Hundreds of households have been evacuated. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis headed … Read more