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2016: a year in pictures (Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Withouth Borders)

“2016 may well be the year best remembered for its tumultuous political turnarounds, hardening attitudes to refugees and migration, and continuing devastating conflicts. Looking through over 10,000 images released this year (created between October 2015 and December 2016), however, a different reality reveals itself. Whether you read it in the bravery and determination of MSF’s … Continue reading

A video for Ester: Hard thougths from an African child

Today is World AIDS day

This year message is “Zero Deaths, Zero New Infections and Zero Discrimination”. European Parliament also demands fairer access to testing, treatment and care. Light a candle in your window today evening at 20.00 pm and commemorate about the millions of people died in AIDS during the last 30 years history of HIV epidemic. Think about … Continue reading

30 year of HIV epidemic, Founding cuts, New treatment directions

Interview By Jane Dreaper Health correspondent, BBC News UN World AIDS Day, 1 Dec. Combating HIV has proved one of the great challenges for science ‘More money needed’ for HIV cure UN urges more funds for HIV drugs This year’s World Aids Day comes at what many scientists and campaigners agree is a decisive moment … Continue reading

The radioactive Iodine-131 leaked for months from an isotope factory at Csilleberc, Hungary

Director of isotope factory at Csillebérc (12th district of Budapest, Hungary, Budai forests, nature reserve area) reported and confessed that Iodine-131 isotope leaked for months and escaped to the open air in higher amounts than allowed, from the chimney of the Csillebérc factory. Beginning this year they recognised the escaping Iodine-131 but vainly the factory replaced … Continue reading

Mysterious Radioactive Radiation above CEEU: unusual level of Iodine-132 isotope particles found in Europe

Low levels of radioactive particles have been detected in the Czech Republic and elsewhere in Europe, the UN nuclear agency has said. The Czech nuclear security authority said it had been detecting radioactive iodine-131 at a number of monitoring stations since late October and had informed the IAEA to see if it could identify the … Continue reading

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