Weekly News – 25th Week

Tornado in Czech Last thursday a tornado blew off houses in Czech republic. Winds of at least 219km/h (136 mph) were recorded and the worst-hit areas were said to look like a war zone. During the storm hailstones that looked like golf balls were reported. The Czech government said that about 1000 homes are damaged due to the storm. According to reports 4 people were … Continue reading Weekly News – 25th Week

Weekly News – 23rd Week

COVID 19 update The G7 countries were interested in sharing their COVID vaccines with those in need. Few days before the annual G7 summit was held at Cornwall, England. Before that US president had announced that US will donate 500 million doses of COVID vaccines to the poor countries. Also UK’s prime minister had announced that they are willing to donate more than 100 million … Continue reading Weekly News – 23rd Week

Weekly News – 22nd Week

COVID update In many countries the COVID vaccine is off limits to young generation. The young generation in Australia is reportedly desperate for a shot. Last week a threatening outbreak in Melbourne has left many young people – without an option to be vaccinated – feeling vulnerable and let down. Since May, anyone aged over 50 has been able to get vaccinated with the AstraZeneca. … Continue reading Weekly News – 22nd Week

Weekly News – 20th Week

Abandoning Home Thousands from Venezuela have fled the country to avoid fights. The fights between Venezuelan army and rebel groups from Colombia have increased over the past month. The refugees have said that the army had pushed them from their homes. Last Tuesday a Colombian rebel group leader was killed by the army as a part of the ongoing conflict. Fires in Gaza During the … Continue reading Weekly News – 20th Week

Weekly News – 19th Week

Fire in Gaza Militants in Gaza began firing rockets into Israel on Monday night, and Israel has responded by hitting targets in the territory. According to Israel spokesmen more than 1000 rockets have been fired by the Palestinian military last Wednesday and UN was suspecting a full scale war. Israel has carried out hundreds of air strikes on Gaza, destroying three tower blocks and killing … Continue reading Weekly News – 19th Week

Weekly News – 18th Week

COVID update China has been experimenting with a new vaccine against the new COVID 19 virus. The vaccine was approved by the WHO. The vaccine was developed by the Chinese company Sinopharm. It is the only vaccine to get the WHO approval made by a eastern country. It is recommending that the vaccine be administered in two doses to those aged 18 and over. Prior … Continue reading Weekly News – 18th Week

2021 April

Four months of 2021 had been passed. And it feels like that the world is still recovering from the global pandemic. But is it really? Let’s see what happened during April around the globe. The conflict between Russia and Ukraine had seemed to be increased over time. At the beginning of the month Russia had warned the NATO against sending troops to aid Ukraine. The … Continue reading 2021 April

Weekly Trending News – 16th Week

CO2 Emission in 2021 The reports from IEA (International Energy Agency) says that they are predicting a major increase in CO2 levels. The total emission for 2021 will be lower than 2019 before the pandemic. But even still this year’s CO2 emission will be recorded as the second largest in the history. Due to the pandemic the carbon emission had decreased by 6%. But as … Continue reading Weekly Trending News – 16th Week

Weekly Trending News – 15th Week

Last Thursday US had announced sanction against Russian after complaining about cyber attacks and other hostile acts. But Russia had denied all allegations. In the administration’s view, the Russian government is behind cyber-attacks and has been trying to “undermine the conduct of free and fair democratic elections” in the US and allied nations. It specifically blames Russia’s foreign intelligence service, the SVR, for the SolarWinds … Continue reading Weekly Trending News – 15th Week

Weekly Trending – 14th Week

It has been 14 weeks after 2021. Let’s see the world news briefly during the past week. Prince Philip died at the age of 99. The prince was married to her highness queen Elisabeth II and had known as the longest-serving royal consort in British history. The duke of Edinburgh was admitted to King Edward VII’s hospital in central London on 16 February after feeling … Continue reading Weekly Trending – 14th Week