January is about to end: the first month of the year 2022 is going away.
Compared to the past few months, we still do not see the light for many things: there is no vaccine that lasts at least 8-10 months … Furthermore, the winds of war are strongly felt. Russia is invading Ukraine’s eastern borders. America quickly responded by sending troops to Europe. For the time being it is not a planetary level conflict but it can certainly harm international diplomacy for future events …
February is about to come, a month which for the first half is identical to January and which for the second half is the same as March.
The International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists (IDEI) is a UN-recognized international day observed annually on 2 November.
The day draws attention to the level of impunity for crimes against journalists, which remains extremely high globally. Between 2006 and 2020, over 1,200 journalists have been killed around the world, with close to 9 out of 10 cases of these killings remaining judicially unresolved, according to the UNESCO observatory of killed journalists. As journalists play a critical role in reporting facts to all citizens, impunity for attacks against them has a particularly damaging impact, limiting public awareness and constructive debate.
On 2 November, organizations and individuals worldwide are encouraged to talk about the unresolved cases in their countries, and write to government and intra-governmental officials to demand action and justice. UNESCO organizes an awareness-raising campaign on the findings of the UNESCO Director-General’s biennial Report on the Safety of Journalists and the Danger of Impunity, which catalogues the responses of states to UNESCO’s formal request for updates on progress in cases of killings of journalists and media workers. UNESCO and civil society groups throughout the world also use 2 November as a launch date for other reports, events and other advocacy initiatives relating to the problem of impunity for crimes against freedom of expression.
The 'doctor' leaves the competition after 25 years
“I have decided to stop at the end of the season. This will be the last half of the season as a Moto Gp rider.”
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This was announced by Valentino Rossi, 42, who has spent 25 on the circuit since his debut in the 125 class of 1996.
“I’m very sorry, I wanted to race another 20-25 years but unfortunately it’s not possible. But it was nice, there were unforgettable moments in which I had a lot of fun, I will always take this to me. From next year mine my life will change. I will not ride the bike, something I have done more or less for the last 30 years, it has been very, very good. ” So Valentino Rossi announced his retirement.
“I love to race with cars, maybe just less than with bikes. I think I will race with cars but it is still an ongoing process. There is no decision taken, I feel like a rider on a motorcycle or in a car and I will stay that way. for my whole life. Maybe not at the same level but I think I’ll race anyway. ” Valentino Rossi said this when talking about his future after the announcement of his farewell to motorcycle racing.
Also in Italy, as in most of the European countries, there is a net increase in infections. It takes place at the end of summer, which was thought to bring at least a pause to the spread of the virus, in fact many argued that the heat could help eliminate the virus. Instead, the dangerous pandemic reappears: an increase in infections, deaths, and above all hospitalizations, especially those in intensive care. Although the use of masks has been mandatory for several months, it seems that the good of hygiene are difficult to apply. Accomplice in addition to the summer also the festivity of mid-August, which certainly led to the delight of many people. But perhaps the worst is yet to come because the school year of the soles has not yet begun, which could lead to a further significant increase. Objectively I think that the government is unlikely to implement another lockdown (after the one in March-April) for many reasons: first of all for an economic factor, which is already affecting a lot in the state budget …
Maybe someone had some doubts or hoped at least that the emergency (at least the peak) had passed, but objectively it was almost obvious that the state of emergency in Italy was extended until the end of the year.
The infections, albeit low, are always there and are constant; they are mainly present in the northern regions, where the population density is clearly higher than in the southern Italian areas.
This news does not provide any good for the markets, which will suffer a further arrest. But frankly in March, when the pandemic broke out, it was clear that this situation would continue all year round. The decisive period will be autumn: with the reopening of the schools, in fact, a further peak of the infections is expected, which hopefully will not reach the levels at the beginning of the year.
Despite all this, there are still those who argue that the emergency is only one invention of the state that wants to impose its own dictatorship. It is true that the infections have decreased but only thanks to social distancing and masks ..
Windows 10 Mobile is about to receive the latest cumulative update and, with the end of the support, various operating system features will cease to function. One of these will be WhatsApp, Facebook’s messaging client and one of the most widely used communication systems in the world. Not many people still use the Microsoft mobile platform, but this could be the final blow.
WhatsApp: here is the list of unsupported devices WhatsApp will no longer be available for smartphones:
Android with version 2.3.7 or earlier (from 1 February 2020)
iPhone with version of iOS 7 or earlier (from 1 February 2020)
Nokia S40 and S60 (already deactivated since December 2017)
Smartphone with Windows Phone (from December 2019)
Smartphone with BlackBerry OS (already deactivated from December 2017)
Smartphone with BlackBerry 10 (already deactivated from December 2017)
To understand which type of operating system version you have, it will be enough to set up your smartphone on your settings. In particular: