In the United States, singer R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years in prison for sex crimes

Published on : 06/29/2022 – 22:43 Accused of running a ‘system’ for the sexual exploitation of minors for years, R&B singer R. Kelly, who was branded a ‘predator’ in a six-week trial, was sentenced to 30 years on Wednesday from prison. He didn’t say a word when the verdict was announced. The fallen American R&B … Read more

A man injured by a bison in Yellowstone Park in the United States

A man was injured in the arm and hospitalized after being charged by a bison in Yellowstone National Park in the United States, the National Park Service said, urging tourists to stay away from the imposing beasts. Read alsoLake Trout Despair Yellowstone Park The 34-year-old man was walking with his family on a footbridge in … Read more

US boosts monkeypox vaccination campaign

US health authorities announced Tuesday, June 28 the immediate distribution of 56,000 doses of vaccine against monkeypox – five times the number of doses already distributed – in areas of high transmission. Read alsoMonkeypox: why are cases of monkeypox counted as we did for cases of Covid-19? Previously, vaccination was only offered to people with … Read more

Petro no longer wants to extradite drug traffickers who submit to justice to the United States

The new Colombian president-elect, Gustavo Petro, proposed on Sunday to end the system of extradition to the United States of people who would submit to the demands of justice in their country. In interview given to the Cambio site, the first left-wing man to come to power in Colombia suggested “make extradition conditional on non-compliance” … Read more

plane misses landing and catches fire

More fear than harm for the hundred passengers present in the aircraft. American investigators arrived on Wednesday June 22 at Miami airport (southeast) where a plane from the Dominican company Red Air landed on Tuesday with landing gear problemcausing a fire and the evacuation of a hundred peoplethree of whom were injured. Images relayed by … Read more

plane misses landing and catches fire

More fear than harm for the hundred passengers present in the aircraft. American investigators arrived on Wednesday June 22 at Miami airport (southeast) where a plane from the Dominican company Red Air landed on Tuesday with landing gear problemcausing a fire and the evacuation of a hundred peoplethree of whom were injured. Images relayed by … Read more

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

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

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