Shortly after President Donald J. Trump entered the arena at Southern New Hampshire University, he remarked on the size of the audience. He asked if there was anyone that would be willing to give up their ticket to the people that were stuck outside at the rally. Outside the Southern New Hampshire University arena in Manchester Monday night, hundreds of people stood watching the big screen and the president’s speech in the cold February evening. However, spirits were high as Trump addressed the popularity he has enjoyed at the rally and made reference to the 2016 elections.
The first Americans evacuated from Wuhan, China, amid the deadly coronavirus outbreak were released on Tuesday after a two-week quarantine at March Air Reserve Base in California. Most of the 195 evacuees left by bus for nearby airports to continue on to their final destination.
A small group is remaining on base until tomorrow due to their travel arrangements, officials said in a news conference on Tuesday.
The disappearance of bugs that fly, crawl, burrow, jump and walk on water is part of a gathering mass extinction event
Paris (AFP) – Half of the one million animal and plant species on Earth facing extinction are insects, and their disappearance could be catastrophic for humankind, scientists have said in a “warning to humanity”.
THE End of the world is said to follow the construction of a third Jewish Holy Temple in Jerusalem, which according to some, will be a prophetic sign of the biblical apocalypse
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Uganda scrambled to respond to the arrival of the biggest locust outbreak that parts of East Africa have seen in decades, while the United Nations warned Monday that “we simply cannot afford another major shock” to an already vulnerable region.
An emergency government meeting hours after the locusts were spotted inside Uganda on Sunday decided to deploy military forces to help with ground-based pesticide spraying, while two planes for aerial spraying will arrive as soon as possible, a statement said. Aerial spraying is considered the only effective control.
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Millions continued to pour out of Wuhan – now dubbed zombieland – long after the first reports about a deadly new virus broke.
The death toll in China from the coronavirus passed 1,000 on Monday as another 108 people died. There were 2,478 new confirmed cases, bringing the total to 42,638. Two deaths were recorded outside mainland China: one in Hong Kong and another in the Philippines. At least 25 countries have confirmed cases and many travel restrictions are in effect.
Though the death rate is rather low, 3% of those infected, the spread of the virus is alarming. On January 21, 309 cases were reported. In three weeks, there are now over 130 times the cases.