McDonald’s left Russia worth millions of euros in food that it cannot use

The fast food company says it will likely have to dispose of unused stocks in Russia. McDonald’s departure from Russia last month, due to a boycott of several calls still in the country after the Ukrainian invasion, caused the fast food company to lose revenue and profits. But not only that: he also forced him … Read more

The incidence of influenza increased, but epideptic activity is declining

The incidence of influenza in Portugal has risen to 8.8 per 100,000 inhabitants from 5.2 last week. Influenza epidemic activity is on a declining trend in Portugal, according to the Instituto Nacional Doutor Ricardo Jorge (INSA), yet the incidence of flu syndrome has risen to 8.8 per 100,000 inhabitants. 18-24 of the Influenza Epidemiological Surveillance … Read more

Do cold viruses cause severe hepatitis in children? What you need to know about adenoviruses

Virologist Celso Cunha admits “skepticism” about the possibility of an adenovirus causing severe hepatitis of unknown origin, which has already affected nearly 200 children worldwide, caused one death, and forced 17 liver transplants. Pediatrician Manuel Ferreira de Magalhães points out that adenoviruses are common at this time of year and usually cause conjunctivitis or gastroenteritis, … Read more

Melissa Lucio’s execution was suspended two days before it was carried out. And the moment I heard about the decision was recorded

Just two days before Melissa Lucion’s execution date, a Texas court suspended the execution and sent the case back for review. Lucio, a mother of 14 children, has been on the death row in Texas since 2008, when she was convicted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter a year earlier. But he, his family and lawyers … Read more

Ten were confirmed after the sinking of a dead tourist boat in Japan

Of the 26 people on board at the time of the incident, 24 were passengers, two of whom were minors and the remaining two captains and crew members. Ten people were killed and 16 are still missing as a result of the sinking of a tourist boat in northern Japan on the island of Hokkaido … Read more

Acute hepatitis: One child died and 17 needed a liver transplant, says the WHO

The majority of cases were found in the UK. However, according to the WHO, the reason for the increase in the number of cases is unclear. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), at least one child died and 17 children needed a liver transplant due to an outbreak of acute hepatitis in children. In … Read more

“I hope I get out of here and see the sun.” The Azov Battalion publishes pictures of opponents of the Azovstal plant

Yesterday at 8:30 p.m. Ukraine accuses Russia of trying to attack the Azovstal complex in Mariupol two days after Vladimir Putin said it was no longer worth it. Russia, for its part, accuses the city’s last opponents of using civilians as hostages. Mariupol’s main defense unit, the Azov Battalion, released a video of women and … Read more

The tourist boat with 24 passengers will disappear after the emergency announcement

After losing contact with the ship, the Japanese coastal authorities sent five patrol boats and two helicopters into the area. So far, no trace of the ship or passengers has been found. A Japanese tourist boat carrying 24 passengers, two of them minors, disappeared after a distress call. Japanese maritime authorities are trying to locate … Read more

Galp president CNN to Portugal: ‘Yes, we make money and war has raised prices’

“The energy market is in a turmoil I’ve never seen in my 35-year career. But yes, we are making money and the war has raised prices, ”admits Andy Brown, CEO of Galpin in an exclusive interview with CNN Portugal. However, the official argues that Galp’s earnings growth is not to be found in the fuel … Read more