These states have reported the most cases of monkeypox

(NEXSTAR) – Massachusetts reported the first US case of the monkeypox virus in May in a man who had recently traveled to Canada. Now, about a month and a half later, the 2022 outbreak has spread to 30 states, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Get the latest news, weather, sports and … Read more

Why aren’t there more angry women? – Global affairs

Source: World Economic Forum. Opinion by Joseph ChamiePortland, United States) Thursday, June 23, 2022 Inter Press Service PORTLAND, USA, June 23 (IPS) – Why aren’t more women angry about their subordination, discrimination and unequal treatment in 21?St. century? Of course, some of the world’s women are angry, but they are comparatively few. Women make up … Read more

A Young Caribbean Woman’s Perspective — Global Issues

Opinion by Isheba Cornwall (cute, jamaica) Friday, June 17, 2022 Inter Press Service MONA, Jamaica, Jun 17 (IPS) – An informal high-level UN meeting will be held on Monday, June 20, to commemorate the first International Day to Combat Hate Speech. Hate speech is a phenomenon that can be defined as threatening speech or writing … Read more

Human rights have an expiration date — Global Affairs

The United Nations expects an increase in elder abuse due to the aging of the population: the world population of people over 60 years of age will more than double, from 900 million in 2015 to 2 billion in 2050. Credit: Maricel Sequeira/IPS by Maria Isabel Cartón (Madrid) Tuesday, June 14, 2022 Inter Press Service … Read more

Philadelphia and Pennsylvania are losing residents as places like Phoenixville and Pike County see continued growth

Pennsylvania and its largest city, Philadelphia, are shrinking. But there are some pockets of the state that are still experiencing growth. The state of Keystone lost 38,644 people or 0.3% of its population between April 2020 and July 2021, the US Census Bureau reports. that’s the sixth largest numerical decrease from any state. It’s even … Read more

Meaningful Dialogue Amplifies Youth Issues — Global Issues

Delegates at the ‘Intergenerational Dialogue of Asian Parliamentarians and Youth Advocates on Meaningful Youth Engagement’ discussed how meaningful dialogue amplifies youth issues and leads to laws and policies that benefit them. Credit: APDA by Cecilia Russelljohannesburg) Tuesday, June 07, 2022 Inter Press Service Johannesburg, Jun 07 (IPS) – Young people are often the first to … Read more

‘Cease to Exist’: Dramatic Way Elon Musk Predicts Civilization Will End

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japan: Japan records biggest population drop in 2021, record low births

TOKYO: Japan recorded a record number of births in 2021, triggering the largest-ever natural decline in population, government data showed on Friday. There were 811,604 births last year, the fewest in Health Ministry data going back to 1899. Deaths rose to 1,439,809, leading to an overall drop of 628,205 in the population. The general fertility … Read more

A significant population of koalas is found living in an Australian national park

CANBERRA, June 2 (Xinhua) — Australian researchers have discovered a previously unknown koala population in a major boost to conservation efforts. In a study published Thursday, researchers from the Australian National University (ANU) revealed the existence of a “significant” population of koalas in Kosciuszko National Park, a landscape colder and more arid than traditional koala … Read more

The dilemma of illegal immigration: global problems

Opinion by Joseph ChamiePortland, United States) Monday, May 23, 2022 Inter Press Service PORTLAND, USA, May 23 (IPS) – Illegal immigration in the 21st century poses a serious dilemma for the world. Governments in virtually every region of the world do not seem to know how to deal with the two central dimensions of the … Read more