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"Suspected" case in North Korea: "The vicious virus has entered the country", according to Kim Jong-un
A health advertisement with a hint of propaganda. North Korea reported on Sunday a first "suspected" case of Covid-19, and ordered the confinement of the city of Kaesong (in the South) where it was detected. At the same time, the country has placed itself in a state of "maximum emergency" to curb the scourge. The official KCNA agency claims that this case concerns a person who "returned on July 19 after illegally crossing the line" with South Korea.
" In the fight against Ebola , we tend to overmedicalize our response and put faith in our financial, logistical, and technical capabilities , supporting the Health Ministry in confronting the challenges of Ebola . Abdou Salam Gueye, WHO’s on-site operations coordinator, sums up the situation: "Our role
Key facts about the second largest outbreak of the disease in history.
The eleventh Ebola epidemic was declared on June 2 in Mbandaka, the capital of Equateur province. The latest official report shows 73 cases and 32 deaths.
The tenth epidemic of hemorrhagic fever, the deadliest on Congolese soil declared on August 1, 2018 in the region of Beni (North Kivu, East), killed 2,277 people. Its end was officially declared on June 25.
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North Korea: A nuclear site threatened by flooding .
NORTH KOREA-NUCLEAR-FLOOD: North Korea: A nuclear site threatened by flooding © Reuters / Airbus Defense & Space / 38 North NORTH KOREA : NUCLEAR SITE THREATENED BY FLOODS SEOUL (Reuters) - Satellite imagery shows that recent flooding in North Korea may have damaged pumping stations connected to the country's largest nuclear site, an American think tank announced Thursday.
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BENI, Democratic Republic of the Congo , 14 August 2018 — Barely a week after the announcement on 1 August of a new Ebola outbreak in the northeast Dr. Tajudeen Oyewale, Deputy Representative of UNICEF in the DRC , was present at the start of the campaign on 10 August in Beni, one of the www.unicef.org
Ebola has preyed on another deep-seated cultural trait: compassion. In West Africa, the virus spread through the networks that bind societies together in a culture that stresses compassionate care for the ill and ceremonial care for their bodies if they Who is responsible for coordinating all these efforts?
DR Congo declared an Ebola epidemic in August 2018 in the It is the DRC 's 10th Ebola epidemic and the second deadliest on record after an outbreak that struck West Africa in 2014-16, claiming The WHO has warned violence undermines the fight against Ebola , notably impeding safe burials of
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In the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo , a battle against Ebola is being waged. At the Ebola Treatment center of Beni, a city in North Kivu