November 21, 2022

Quantexa Launches Global Community Site to Accelerate Adoption and Deployment of Decision Intelligence Solutions

The Community will facilitate direct access to Quantexa subject-matter- experts, discussion forums, and support resources LONDON, Nov. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, Quantexa, a global leader in Decision Intelligence (DI) solutions for the private and public sectors, launched its new online global community site. The site is set to serve as a hub for […]

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Ebola: Uganda on the right track in fight against epidemic – UNICEF

KAMPALA— Uganda is on the right track and doing well in its fight against the Ebola epidemic, UNICEF representative in Uganda Dr Mohamed Munir Safieldin has said.   “Uganda is doing well and it has the expertise, which helped in West Africa and is helping at home,” Safieldin said.   In July 2014, Ugandan experts flew to Sierra Leone and Liberia to assist the overburdened governments in containing the Ebola virus disease.   Safieldin was responding to a concern raised by a news editor who wondered why: “Uganda is failing in the Ebola fight yet our experts were successful in

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EU Sets Out Mediterranean Migrant Plan Ahead of Emergency Meeting

The European Commission set out a 20-point action plan on Monday designed to address surging migration in the central Mediterranean ahead of an emergency meeting of interior ministers. Over 90,000 migrants and refugees have arrived in the European Union this year via the central Mediterranean route, such as across the sea from North Africa to Italy or Malta, a 50% increase from 2021. Interior ministers will hold talks on Friday. European Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson told a news conference that one focus of the EU plan was to strengthen cooperation with third countries, including actions to prevent departures from

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Bacterial Infections ‘Second Leading Cause of Death Worldwide’

Bacterial infections are the second leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for one in eight of all deaths in 2019, the first global study of their lethality revealed on Tuesday. The massive new study, published in The Lancet journal, looked at deaths from 33 common bacterial pathogens and 11 types of infection across 204 countries and territories. The pathogens were associated with 7.7 million deaths — 13.6% of the global total — in 2019, the year before the COVID-19 pandemic took off. That made them the second-leading cause of death after ischemic heart disease, which includes heart attacks, the study said. Just

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Art and Friendship Displayed Online

International (Africa) Culture and Art Exchange Exhibition and Display Launched DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, Nov. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — On November 17, “Explore the Passion in the World” International (Africa) Culture and Art Exchange Exhibition and Display, which is jointly hosted by Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism and Jinhua Municipal People’s Government, and […]

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