A baby red kangaroo with a rare disease, New York
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SpaceX, founded by billionaire Musk, has successfully launched a reusable Falcon 9 rocket with a record number of satellites.
The rocket took off from the SLC-40 complex in the US state of Florida. As part of the Transporter-1 mission, SpaceX will launch 143 satellites into near-earth orbit.
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Professional basketball player Roman Perez movie will be releasing this year 2021.
12 year pro hooper Roman Perez has a story to share. His roots, coming from the Dominican Republic and raised in Brooklyn, NY allowed him to experience the true definition of following ones dreams.
This story is not all about winning, it's about never giving up and fighting for what you believe in. Showing the viewers that anything can be made possible with faith and hard work.
I am Victorious the Roman Perez journey will be releasing November 23, 2021 online. For more information, follow the film's Instagram at www.instagram.com/iamvictoriousfilm
An owl was rescued in the United States and brought to New York in the branches of a Christmas tree for the Rockefeller Center
The bird was found dehydrated and hungry, but otherwise unharmed. As a result, it was transferred to the New York Wildlife Center.
The bird found is an adult male of the North American hairy owl, which is one of the smallest owls.
This weekend the owl is planned to be released back into the wild.
A 23-meter Norwegian spruce was delivered to Manhattan on Saturday from Oneont. The Christmas tree is decorated for several weeks before it is lit for the public in early December.
Les extrémistes à faire monter du Bangladesh: Observateur de la sécurité français
Les observateurs de sécurité français ont prescrit de prendre des mesures fortes pour la répression de plusieurs sites français et les manifestations en cours contre la France.
La tolérance zéro sera démontrée pour faire face aux menaces de plusieurs groupes islamistes du Bangladesh. Le parti au pouvoir du Bangladesh étant progressiste, le gouvernement français demanderait au Bangladesh de remettre les terroristes, dont le chef militant Chor Monai Pir et l'extrémiste Mamunul Haque. Le conseiller français à la sécurité John Dixon a suggéré que les militants seraient élevés comme Oussama Ben Laden.
Les discussions sont toujours au niveau de l'élaboration des politiques. Les extrémistes sont surveillés et leur emplacement a été identifié. La question sera finalisée en consultation avec les responsables de l'OTAN concernés.
Selon des sources fiables, une demande sera faite au Bangladesh la semaine prochaine.
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Swirl Season To Debut Two Albums In All Stores This February
According to sources, Swirl Season’s “Wolfpack: No Taming (Vol. 001)” mixtape will debut on all platforms on February 3, 2021.
A second project will debut on February, 14, 2021. That project will be a re-release album titled “Romeo’s Dead” which will contain modifications of the original 2018 release.
President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris are committed to making sure communities of color, our rural neighbors, those living with disabilities, and seniors are not left behind in our vaccination plans
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2020 was a bumper year for home buyers and sellers in SA - here's what to expect from 2021 - Business Insider South Africa
Defying expectations, house prices rose in 2020 and more buyers received their asking price.
- The SA residential property market has had a bumper year, with (probably) the largest number of mortgage approvals in over a decade.
- Defying expectations, house prices rose in 2020 and more buyers received their asking price.
- But FNB expects house prices to fall by 6% this year as job losses and an increase in emigration start to bite.
- For more articles, go to www.BusinessInsider.co.za.
Cat S42 to add antimicrobial protection – Gadget - Gadget
The Cat S42 rugged phone will soon be reissued with advanced antimicrobial product protection, making it the first anti-bacterial phone.
Every external surface of the Cat S42 has been enhanced with advanced antimicrobial product protection, making it the first anti-bacterial phone. Every exterior component of the product has been treated with Biomaster antimicrobial technology and tested to ISO 22196. Based on the inclusion of silver ions during manufacturing, the process creates a permanent level of product protection, inhibiting the growth of microbes on the phone surface and therefore reducing microbial levels on the surface. Research shows that phones are home to thousands of germs, with one University of Michigan study finding more than 17,000 bacteria on handsets. People interact with mobile devices around 47 times a day, on average, according to research from Deloitte. Furthermore, researchers at CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, have found that SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for Covid-19, can survive for up to 28 days on common surfaces. Mobile phones are handled and pressed to our faces, meaning that any bacteria or other microorganisms can easily transfer back and forth between the hard surfaces of your phone and your skin. The Biomaster active antimicrobial agent claims to inhibit bacteria cells from replicating. In testing, a reduction of over 80% within 15 minutes was shown – and 99.9% within 24 hours. Combined with the existing Cat phone rugged credentials that ensure the device can be thoroughly and regularly washed with soap and water, sanitisers, and bleach, the Cat S42 is claimed to represent the next generation of hygienic product protection in smartphone design. The Biomaster-treated Cat S42 will be available from early 2021, with the treatment coming to other devices in the Cat phones range later in the year. The Cat S42 features Mil Spec 810H and IP68 and IP69 ratings, and surpasses their rigourous and repeated drop testing from 1.8m onto steel, including multiple drops onto every side and corner. Its fully water resistant, tested to be submerged in water at depths up to 1.5m for 35 minutes. It is also put through vibration and tumble tests, salt mist conditions, and its built to operate in high and low extremes of temperature. The Bullitt Group, the manufacturer of Cat phones, recently won the Ruggedised Manufacturer of the Year category at the Mobile Industry 2020 Awards. Click below to read on about the key specs of the S42
New Zealand says new COVID-19 case is 501.V2 variant - eNCA
New Zealand's first case of coronavirus in the community for more than two months has been identified as the 501.V2 variant.
WELLINGTON - New Zealand's first case of coronavirus in the community for more than two months has been identified as the 501.V2 variant, prompting Australia to suspend quarantine-free travel from the neighbouring country for at least 72 hours. A 56-year-old woman, who recently returned from Europe, tested positive on Saturday, 10 days after she completed her compulsory two weeks in isolation. New Zealand has been widely praised for its handling of the pandemic, with just 25 deaths from 1,927 confirmed virus cases in a population of five million. READ: New Zealand detects first community virus case in two months The latest case is New Zealand's first in the community since mid-November and has been classified as a strain said to be more transmissible. "The strain of infection is the South African variant and the source of infection is highly likely to be a fellow returnee," said Hipkins. The woman is thought to have been infected during quarantine by a person on the same floor of the hotel who tested positive two days before the woman left. WATCH: Karim explains how new variant is highly transmissible The 56-year-old travelled around the Northland region near Auckland after her release from quarantine and showed symptoms for several days before being tested. Two people close to her, including her husband, have since returned negative tests and New Zealand's director-general of health Ashley Bloomfield said they likely avoided contracting the illness due to the type of infection. "She didn't talk about respiratory symptoms, it was more muscle aches, so she may not have been sharing or spreading the virus much," he said. READ: Kenya says it has detected SA COVID-19 variant "I don't think that's peculiar to this variant, it's just how it was expressed in this woman." The World Health Organization has said there is no clear evidence that the 501.V2 variant leads to more severe disease or a higher death rate.