Opaganib blocks SARS-Cov-2 virus replication Opaganib completely inhibited SARS-CoV-2 viral replication as measured after three days incubation in an in vitro model of human bronchial tissue, comparing favorably with remdesivir, the positive control in the study — Opaganib is uniquely positioned as an orally-administered potential COVID-19 treatment combining potent antiviral and anti-inflammatory mechanisms of action, […]"RedHill Biopharma’s Opaganib Demonstrates Complete Inhibition of SARS-CoV-2"
HANGZHOU, Chine, 8 septembre 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Hikvision, un fournisseur de solutions IdO dont la vidéo est la compétence principale, a annoncé sa nouvelle génération de systèmes d’alarme sans fil, l’AX PRO, offrant des solutions d’alarme complètes pour les applications résidentielles et commerciales. Des solutions d’alarme complètes et intégrées La famille de produits AX PRO récemment lancée […]"Hikvision lance AX PRO pour des solutions d’alarme sans fil complètes"
JOHANNESBURG – South Africans are angry about comments that U.S. President Donald Trump allegedly made in private about South African icon Nelson Mandela, the nation’s first black president and Nobel Peace laureate. The alleged comments — which Trump denies — are full of profanity and include Trump saying of Mandela, “he was no leader,” and are part of a tell-all book by indicted former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen. President Trump’s alleged comments about South African…"South Africans Bristle Over Alleged Trump Comments on Mandela"
The U.S. war against global terrorism has displaced as many as 59 million people since 2001, according to a new report released Tuesday by Brown University. The study, published by the Rhode Island-based university’s “Costs of War Project,” says between 37 million and 59 million people in eight countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East “fled their homes in the eight most violent wars the U.S. military has launched or participated in since 2001,”…"Report: US Global War on Terror Has Displaced Up to 59 Million People"
JUBA , SOUTH SUDAN – The Union of Journalists in South Sudan is calling on the government to release Jackson Ochaya, a journalist who was detained a week ago after he contacted a rebel group spokesman for a story. A family member who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals told Ochaya’s newspaper, the No. 1 Citizen, that agents of the National Security Service (NSS) are holding Ochaya at their headquarters in Jebel.…"Journalists’ Union Urges South Sudan Security to Free Reporter"
Tobiko, after Emurrua Dikirr Member of Parliament (MP), Johana Ngeno, accused him of creating disunity in Narok County. Scores of former Narok councilors demanded Ngeno apologizes, saying the Maasai community will not accept any leader who insults the Cabinet Secretary or demeans President Uhuru Kenyatta. Led by Kelena Ole Nchoe, former Narok Town Council Chairman, the leaders said the bitterness of Ngeno stems from people who were evicted from Maasai Mau forest. “If you cannot…"Maasai Leader Condemn MP Johanna Ngeno Over Utterances"