Mexican scientist convicted in US of spying for Russia

A renowned Mexican scientist was sentenced on Tuesday June 21 by a US court to four years in prison for spying for Russia. Hector Cabrera Fuentes, 37, pleaded guilty in February to acting for a foreign government without notifying US authorities. Read alsoPutin’s propagandists promote territorial expansionism: ‘We are the heirs of the Mongol Empire’ … Read more

Really good football and tourism in the United States in 2026

Really good football and tourism in the United States in 2026 June 20, 2022 Writing No comment Distribution fifa, soccer, mid atlantic, philadelphia 1041 views FIFA officially announced yesterday the selection of the city of Philadelphia among the 11 host cities in the country chosen to host the matches of the FIFA World Cup™ in … Read more

Injections of anti-Covid vaccines for toddlers will be able to begin in the United States

US health authorities on Saturday recommended Pfizer and Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccines for toddlers, with the US becoming the first country to make injections of these two messenger RNA vaccines possible from 6 months of age. age. Read alsoWTO painstakingly snatches agreements on fisheries and vaccines On Friday, the American Medicines Agency (FDA) had already authorized … Read more

Meteorite that landed on Earth 200 years ago upends previous theories of how Mars formed

A meteorite that hit Earth more than 200 years ago could fundamentally change our understanding of how Mars was formed. Most of what we know about the Red Planet’s interior comes from three space rocks that landed on our planet after being blasted off Mars by impacts. They include the Chassingy meteorite, which came down … Read more

one dead, two injured in shooting outside Alabama church

A shooting Thursday, June 16 in front of a church in Vestavia Hills in Alabama (southern United States) left one dead and two wounded, announced the city police, adding that a suspect was in custody. Read also“Weapons are in the DNA of the United States”: journey to the heart of American excess “Three people at … Read more

black teenager cleared of murder 91 years after execution

He had been sentenced to death and executed at 16 for murder: 91 years later, a court in Pennsylvania, in the eastern United States, this week recognized the innocence of Alexander McClay Williams, giving justice to this African-American and his only surviving 92-year-old sister. Read alsoDeath penalty: executioner in France, history of a taboo job … Read more

rebound in abortions after 30 years of decline

After 30 years of continuous decline, the number of pregnancy terminations increased by 8% between 2017 and 2020 in the United States, according to a report published on Wednesday June 15, while the right to abortion seems more threatened than ever. Read alsoCan a victory for the Democrats in the Midterms allow Joe Biden to … Read more

a Protestant Church acquires tools against sexual assault

Thousands of followers of the main American Protestant Church approved by a large majority on Tuesday June 15, in the midst of a scandal concerning hundreds of sexual assaults, the establishment of tools to fight against this scourge, according to American media. These tools include a database called “Ministry check” which will publicly identify members … Read more

Alopecia drug approved in the United States

The American Medicines Agency (FDA) authorized on Monday June 13 a drug against a severe form of alopecia, a disease causing hair loss or body hair and affecting more than 300,000 people each year in the United States. Read alsoAlopecia: hair loss affects many women Baricitinib is the first oral tablet to combat this condition, … Read more

she contracts an STD in a car and is awarded $5.2 million in damages

An American who contracted a sexually transmitted disease after unprotected sex in her partner’s car has been awarded $5.2 million in damages from the vehicle’s insurer. Read alsoBertille Bayart: “Insurers, thieves?” According to the woman’s lawsuit, filed last year in the state of Missouri, her partner negligently infected her with the human papillomavirus (HPV) in … Read more