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2017. VII. 11-20. Magyarország, Erdély, Germany, Great Britain, Románia, Ukraine, Europe, China, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Arab Emirates, United States, globalization, 'space'

2017.07.12. 23:12 Eleve

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Magyarország
2017. VII. 11. A reformáció emlékévében Debrecenben rendezték meg június 28. és 30. között az Egyházi Könyvtárak Egyesülése éves összejövetelét. Az Egyházi Könyvtárak Egyesülése ökumenikus szellemiségű szakmai szervezet, a magyarországi és a határon túli magyar egyházi-felekezeti könyvtárosokat és könyvtárakat fogja össze. Az egyesület döntéshozó szerve a közgyűlés, melynek könyvtáranként egy-egy szavazati joggal bíró munkatárs a tagja. Az egyesülés ügyeit év közben a tíztagú elnökség intézi, melyben öt katolikus, három református, egy evangélikus és egy egyéb felekezetű – jelenleg unitárius – munkatárs dolgozik. Az egyesület elnökét a katolikus és protestáns felekezetek váltakozva adják; jelenlegi elnöke a tavaly megválasztott Ásványi, a Pannonhalmi Főapátsági Könyvtár igazgatóhelyettese. (Forrás: MagyarKurír)

2017. VII. 11. Szocialista politikust, volt európai parlamenti képviselőt nagykövetnek delegál a Külgazdasági és Külügyminisztérium. „Nagyjából eldőlt”, hogy Dobolyi megkapja a kinevezést New Yorkba, mivel ott jobban képviselhetné a magyar érdekeket nemzetközi szinten, mint Chisinau-ban. Dobolyi régóta jó kapcsolatban van Guterres ENSZ-főtitkárral, aki évekig a Szocialista Internacionálé elnöke volt, Dobolyi pedig ugyanennek a szervezetnek a regionális vezetője. (Forrás: mno)

Erdély
2017. VII. 19. Iohannis Székelyföldön. Tömény betekintést nyerhetett a székelyföldi magyar közösséget leginkább foglalkoztató problémákba, kiemelten tájékozódott a kisebbségi jogok valós állásáról. (Forrás: Háromszék): https://tinyurl.com/ycfmzrbmGermany

Germany
Tuesday, July 18, 2017  The two presidents had met earlier in the day for the first time lasting 135 minutes, but Trump and Putin held a second, undisclosed, private conversation at the G-20 summit meeting in Hamburg lasting roughly an hour on July 7. The another encounter was a one-on-one discussion over dinner that lasted as long as an hour and relied solely on a Kremlin-provided interpreter. Its length suggested a substantive exchange, and there was no note taker or national security or foreign policy aide present. Mr. Trump’s motorcade left the dinner four minutes after Mr. Putin’s did. There is no official United States government record of the intimate dinner conversation, because no American official other than the president was involved. Mr. Trump announced that he planned to nominate Huntsman Jr., a former envoy to China and Singapore, as his ambassador to Russia. (Source: TheNewYorkTimes)

Great Britain
19 July 2017 Researchers at the University of Bristol found that the children of women who took pills in pregnancy were 41 per cent more likely to be autistic. Researchers analysed data from 254,610 individuals aged 4-17, including 5,378 with autism, living in Stockholm in 2001-11. (Source: TheTelegraph)

Románia
2017. VII. 19. Hargita és Kovászna megyénél csak Ilfov kap kevesebb pénzt a régiófejlesztési minisztériumtól. A 2. Nemzeti Helyi Fejlesztési Program a következő négy évre 507,9 millió lejt különít el Hargita megyének, Kovászna megye 392,2 millió lejt kap. A lista utolsó helyén álló Ilfov megye 374,6 millió lejből fejleszthet. Kétszer annyi pénzt kapnak fejlesztésre a Hargita és Kovászna megyééhez hasonló számú, vagy akár kétszer kisebb lakossággal rendelkező megyék, például Giurgiu (783,4 millió lej), Teleorman (875,5), Mehedinţi (848,9), Tulcea (760,6), Szilágy (767,2), Brăila (645,6), Călăraşi (765,9) vagy Ialomiţa (813,7). A legtöbb pénzt Suceava, Krassó-Szörény és Vaslui megye kapja: 928,5 millió, 883,2 millió, illetve 882,2 millió lejt. (Forrás: Főtér)

Ukraine
July 18, 2017 Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine have announced proposals to abolish Ukraine and create a new state in its place - Zakharchenko, leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic said in a declaration. He and his allies were proposing a new state called Malorossiya (Little Russia) be set up with its capital in rebel-held Donetsk. (Source: Reuters)

Europe
July 18, 2017 Across Eastern Europe, Moscow and the transatlantic alliance are staging large-scale exercises. Tens of thousands of troops are on the move from the Baltic to the Black Sea, as NATO and Russia open up a series of massive military exercises the size of which the continent hasn’t seen since the Cold War. Both sides claim the drills, which involve aircraft, warships, tanks and artillery, are purely defensive. The most ambitious undertaking on the NATO side is Saber Guardian 17, a series of over a dozen distinct battle drills being carried out by 25,000 troops from 20 countries moving across Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. The drills include air defense tests, live fire tank engagements, long advances by armored columns, fighter planes and helicopters supporting ground movements, electronic warfare, and airdrops. The scenario revolves around an incursion into NATO territory by a militarily advanced enemy intent on seizing the economic assets of Black Sea countries. A battle featuring 5,000 NATO troops at the Cincu training range in Romania saw U.S. Apache and Romanian helicopters coordinate with artillery on the ground, U.S. Abrams tanks, and 650 vehicles in support of a large infantry movement to halt the advance. The U.S. is planning to spend about $23 million on the sprawling Romanian base in order to conduct even larger, more complex battle drills there in the future. Russia is preparing to surge as many as 100,000 troops into the field in a series of drills dubbed Zapad, or “West” in the coming weeks. The Kremlin claims about 12,700 troops will be active in Belarus and Russia for Zapad. Under the Vienna Document agreement of 2011, foreign observers must be present for any exercise that exceeds 13,000 troops. The fact that Russia often conducts nuclear exercises in conjunction with conventional movements adds an extra element of uncertainty for NATO and the West. Three Chinese warships are slated to arrive in Kaliningrad in July 21 to take part in a series of drills with the Russian navy and air force. The upcoming week’s worth of activities will include anti-submarine and anti-ship operations, and practice between the two nations communicating and coordinating while fighting. In June, the U.S. Air Force also sent B-1 and B-52 bombers to Europe to participate in the massive BALTOPs exercise with Baltic allies, which included 50 allied ships running through a series of defensive maneuvers to protect NATO’s northern flanks. Earlier this month, the U.S. Army deployed a Patriot anti-aircraft missile system in Lithuania for use in yet another NATO wargame. Officials in Lithuania are looking at purchasing the system. Romania recently committed to a $3.9 billion deal for seven Patriot missile defense systems in July. Closer to Russia’s borders and Crimea is another NATO exercise related to Saber Guardian, dubbed Sea Breeze 2017. The 12-day naval exercise currently underway in the Black Sea is co-hosted by the U.S. and Ukraine, and features the U.S. Navy cruiser USS Hue City and the destroyer USS Carney, which join 16 other countries in the Odessa-based undertaking. American surveillance plans and a team of Navy SEALs are also participating. (Source: ForeignPolicy)

China
Jul 20, 2017 China issues guideline on artificial intelligence development. The total output value of artificial intelligence industries should surpass 1 trillion yuan ($147.80 billion). Breakthroughs should be made in basic theories of AI, such as big data intelligence, multimedia aware computing, human-machine hybrid intelligence, swarm intelligence and automated decision-making. Advanced theories which can potentially transform AI should also be looked at, including advanced machine learning, brain-like computing and quantum intelligent computing. Trans-boundary research should be promoted to connect AI with other subjects, such as cognitive science, psychology, mathematics and economics. A common technology system should be developed based on algorithms, data and hardware. Technologies in the system include a computational knowledge engine, swarm computing, virtual reality modeling and natural language processing. New industries using AI technology should be developed, such as smart robot, smart vehicle, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and smart terminal. Traditional industries should be integrated with AI to develop smart manufacturing, agriculture, finance, logistics and business. (Source: EnglishGovCn)

Jul 16, 2017 China announced it was genetically engineering hyper-muscular super-dogs which are test tube bred in a lab, have twice the muscle mass of their natural counterparts and are considerably stronger and faster. The Chinese success has led to fears the same technology could be used to create weaponised super-humans. Long Long was cloned from a genetically modified dog by Sino Gene in Beijing. The beagle puppy was genetically engineered by ‘deleting’ a gene called myostatin, giving it double the muscle mass of a normal beagle. The Chinese official line is that the dogs could potentially be deployed to frontline service to assist police officers. (Source: Express)

Iraq
July 19, 2017 Thirst for vengeance in the wake of military victories is fueling extrajudicial killings of suspected is members at the hands of Iraqi security forces in and around Mosul. It is taking place basically everywhere that is touched by this conflict and by every armed force involved in the fight. (Source: AP): https://tinyurl.com/yc9sc7cf

Lebanon
July 18, 2017 Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri said the army would carry out an operation in an area of the border with Syria that has been a base of operations for militants including jihadist groups. Juroud Arsal, a barren area in the mountains between Syria and Lebanon, has been a base of operations for insurgents fighting in the Syrian civil war, including jihadists from islamic state and the group formerly known as the Nusra Front. Speculation has been building that the powerful Lebanese group Hezbollah and the Syrian military are set to mount a major operation against the insurgents on the Syrian side of the frontier. The militants in the Juroud Arsal area were estimated to number around 3,000, two-thirds of them belonging to islamic state or the group formerly known as the Nusra Front, and the remainder members of other rebel groups. (Source: Reuters)

Saudi Arabia
July 18, 2017 As next in line to be king of Saudi Arabia, Nayef was unaccustomed to being told what to do. Then, one night in June, he was summoned to a palace in Mecca, held against his will and pressured for hours to give up his claim to the throne. By dawn, he had given in, and Saudi Arabia woke to the news that it had a new crown prince: the king’s 31-year-old son, Salman. Since he was promoted on June 21, indications have emerged that Salman plotted the ouster and that the transition was rockier than has been publicly portrayed. To strengthen support for the sudden change in the line of succession, some senior princes were told that Nayef was unfit to be king because of a drug problem. The decision to oust Nayef and some of his closest colleagues has spread concern among counterterrorism officials in the United States who saw their most trusted Saudi contacts disappear and have struggled to build new relationships. On the night of June 20, near the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month, before midnight, Nayef was told he was going to meet the king. Royal court officials took away his phones and pressured him to give up his posts as crown prince and interior minister. At first, he refused. But as the night wore on, the prince, a diabetic who suffers from the effects of a 2009 assassination attempt by a suicide bomber, grew tired. Since the assassination attempt, he had experienced lingering pain and shown signs of post traumatic stress disorder. His condition led him to take medication that some friends worried he had become addicted to. Nayef opposed the embargo on Qatar, a stand that probably accelerated his ouster. Sometime before dawn, Nayef agreed to resign. A video shot afterward shows Salman kissing his hand. Nayef then returned to his palace in the Red Sea port city of Jidda, and he was barred from leaving it. Also confined to his home was Gen. Huwairini, a colleague of Nayef who was crucial to the security relationship with the United States, because it could hamper intelligence sharing. Nayef was replaced as interior minister by his 33-year-old nephew, Prince Nayef, who was an adviser to his uncle and who is believed to be close to Salman. The rivalry between the princes began in 2015, when King Salman ascended the throne and bestowed tremendous power on his favorite son. Salman was named deputy crown prince, or second in line to become king, as well as defense minister; put in charge of a powerful economic council; and given oversight of the state oil monopoly, Saudi Aramco. Salman elevated his profile with visits to China, Russia and the United States, where he met with Zuckerberg, the Facebook chief executive, and dined with President Trump in the White House. He has also guided Vision 2030, an ambitious plan for the future of the kingdom that seeks to transform the Saudi economy and improve life for citizens. Salman’s supporters praise him as a hard-working visionary who has addressed the kingdom’s challenges with extraordinary directness. His programs have won him fans among the two-thirds of Saudis who are younger than 30. But his critics call him rash and power-hungry, saying he has entangled the country in a costly and so far failed war in Yemen that has killed many civilians, as well as in a feud with Qatar. Neither has a clear exit. The prince has risen at the expense of his elder relatives, including Nayef, 57. As the head of the Saudi Interior Ministry, Nayef led the dismantling of Al Qaeda in the kingdom after a deadly bombing campaign a decade ago. While he kept a low public profile, even after becoming crown prince in 2015, his work won him allies in the United States and other Western and Arab nations. Neither King Salman nor his son attended the Group of 20 summit meeting in Hamburg, Germany. (Source: TheNewYorkTimes): http://tinyurl.com/y8hcysja

July 11, 2017  China sends forces to 1st military base abroad, in Djibouti. China says the logistics center will support anti-piracy, U.N. peacekeeping and humanitarian relief missions in Africa and western Asia. It says it will also facilitate military cooperation and joint exercises as the PLA navy and other services seek to expand their global reach in step with China’s growing economic and political footprint. Djibouti is already home to the center of American operations in Africa, Camp Lemonnier, while France, Britain, Japan and other nations also maintain a military presence in the small but strategically located nation. Multinational anti-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden that China joined in 2008 have also given its navy ready access to the Mediterranean, and, in 2011, it took the unprecedented step of sending one of its most sophisticated warships together with military transport aircraft to help in the evacuation of about 35,000 Chinese citizens from Libya. In 2015, China detached three navy ships from the anti-piracy patrols to rescue Chinese citizens and other foreign nationals from fighting in Yemen. The same year, it took part in its first Mediterranean joint naval exercises with Russia. (Source: SerattleTimes/AP)

Syria
Jul 19, 2017 Turkish wire Anadolu published this map showing US bases in Syria. The US-led coalition in response slammed the story as irresponsible (Source: Twitter): https://tinyurl.com/ya2kx38k

July 18, 2017 The U.S. Anti-isis Coalition and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) achieved small but significant gains against isis in Ar-Raqqa City between June 20 and July 17. The SDF completed its full encirclement of Ar-Raqqa City on June 29 after seizing a number of villages on the southern bank of the Euphrates River. The maneuver emplaced a physical band that would prevent escape or reinforcement by isis in Ar-Raqqa City. The battle for Ar-Raqqa City nonetheless stands to protract over the next several months. /map/ (Source: InstitutefortheStudiofWar): https://tinyurl.com/y8z9re8b

Turkey
07. 19. 2017  Turkey leaks secret locations of U.S. troops in Syria. Although Turkey’s powerful president, Erdogan, regularly vents his anger at the U.S., it is still highly unusual for a NATO ally to reveal details of a U.S. military deployment during active operations in a war zone. But the U.S. operation in Syria is in many respects an unusual case. Not only is the United States acting against the express wishes of NATO ally Turkey, which says its national security is directly endangered, it’s also operating without the permission of the Assad regime. Some of the locations on the Anadolu list were already known in public. The Iranian Tasnim news agency, for example, last November published the names of two bases and two outposts, and the Jusour Center, a Syrian think tank, published the locations of two additional outposts in April. (Source: TheDailyBeast): https://tinyurl.com/ya3gyxmb

United Arab Emirates
July 16, 2017 The United Arab Emirates orchestrated the hacking of Qatari government news and social media sites in order to post incendiary false quotes attributed to Qatar’s emir, Thani, in late May that sparked the ongoing upheaval between Qatar and its neighbors. Newly analyzed information gathered by U.S. intelligence agencies confirmed that on May 23, senior members of the UAE government discussed the plan and its implementation. The false reports said that the emir, among other things, had called Iran an “Islamic power” and praised Hamas. The hacks and posting took place on May 24, shortly after President Trump completed a lengthy counterterrorism meeting with Persian Gulf leaders in neighboring Saudi Arabia and declared them unified. Citing the emir’s reported comments, the Saudis, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt immediately banned all Qatari media. They then broke relations with Qatar and declared a trade and diplomatic boycott, sending the region into a political and diplomatic tailspin. All of the Persian Gulf nations are members of the U.S.-led coalition against the islamic state. More than 10,000 U.S. troops are based at Qatar’s al-Udeid Air Base, the U.S. Central Command’s regional headquarters, and Bahrain is the home of the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet. All are purchasers of U.S. defense equipment and tied to U.S. foreign policy priorities in numerous ways. The hacking incident reopened a bitter feud among the gulf monarchies that has simmered for years. It last erupted in 2013, when Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain accused Qatar of providing safe haven for their political dissidents and supporting the pan-Arab Muslim Brotherhood; funding terrorists, including U.S.-designated terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah; and using its state-funded media outlets to destabilize its neighbors. Iran shares the world’s largest natural gas field with Qatar. (Source: TheWashingtonPost)

United States
July 19, 2017 Trump ends covert CIA program to arm anti-Assad rebels in Syria, a move sought by Moscow. The program was a central plank of a policy begun by the Obama administration in 2013. Trump made the decision to scrap the CIA program nearly a month ago, after an Oval Office meeting with CIA Director Pompeo and national security adviser McMaster ahead of a July 7 meeting in Germany with  Russian President Putin. After the Trump-Putin meeting, the United States and Russia announced an agreement to back a new cease-fire in southwest Syria, along the Jordanian border, where many of the CIA-backed rebels have long operated. The decision on the CIA-backed rebels will be welcomed by Moscow, which focused its firepower on those fighters after it intervened in Syria in 2015. With the end of the CIA program, U.S. involvement in Syria now consists of a vigorous air campaign against the islamic state and a Pentagon-run train-and-equip program in support of the largely Kurdish rebel force that is advancing on islamic state strongholds in Raqqa and along the Euphrates River valley. The decision had the backing of Jordan, where some of the rebels were trained. One big potential risk of shutting down the CIA program is that the United States may lose its ability to block other countries, such as Turkey and Persian Gulf allies, from funneling more sophisticated weapons - including man-portable air-defense systems, or MANPADS - to anti-Assad rebels, including more radical groups. (Source: TheWashingtonPost): http://tinyurl.com/y9w7opm8

Jul 17, 2017 Waterlogged robot. One Knightscope has fallen into a watery grave. At least we’re still superior in one area: swimming. An image of two humans appearing to help a fallen security robot is delicious to those of clinging to our species’ last shreds of dignity. The Knightscope K5 was built to be a crime-fighting robot that could rove our streets and monitor for suspicious activity. It has been used in some offices and malls across America. (Source: TheLadders)

16 July 2017 Guam eyes end to American colonial rule. Guam has been an unincorporated territory of the United States since 1898, meaning its 160,000 inhabitants are US citizens but have limited rights. They cannot participate in US elections and Guam’s sole representative in the US Congress does not get to vote on legislation.
The United Nations lists Guam as one of only 17 remaining colonies worldwide since the wake of the Spanish-American War. It still hosts one of the largest US military contingents in the Asia-Pacific, often referred to as America’s “tip of the spear” in a region where tensions with China, North Korea and Russia are all too common. About 44,900 individuals and 15,650 households are receiving food stamps and public health care benefits. Limiting the vote to the indigenous Chamorro population, which numbers about 65,000 in the multi-ethnic territory, was race-based and therefore unconstitutional. The decision is under appeal and the government has asked the United Nations to take up its cause. (Source: SouthChinaMorningPost)

July 14, 2017 Iraqi forces will need to shift from combat mode to security mode to protect against a shrinking isis, the military is expanding its work with the Russians against a common enemy, and the Iranian regime remains the most destabilizing influence in the CentCom region - Army Gen. Votel, commander of the U.S. Central Command said. (Source: TampaBayTimes): https://tinyurl.com/ybbo947t

July 14, 2017 Debug Fresno will target the invasive Aedes aegypti mosquito, which can transmit diseases like Zika, dengue, and chikungunya. Aedes aegypti first appeared in the central valley of California in 2013, and since then has become pervasive in Fresno County. This study will be the largest U.S. release to-date of sterile male mosquitoes treated with Wolbachia, a naturally occurring bacterium, and will take place over a 20 week period in two neighborhoods each approximately 300 acres in size, with a total of one million non-biting sterile male mosquitoes released weekly, made possible by the automated mass rearing and sex-sorting processes developed at Verily. When these sterile males mate with wild females the resulting eggs will not hatch. (Source: BlogVerily)

July 12, 2017 A 45-minute hearing before a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco attracted crowds of law students and curious citizens who often burst into laughter. Naruto is a free-living crested macaque who snapped perfectly framed selfies in 2011 that would make even the Kardashians proud. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sued Slater and the San Francisco-based self-publishing company Blurb, which published a book called "Wildlife Personalities" that includes the monkey selfies, for copyright infringement. The case came down to one simple fact: photographs can be copyrighted and Naruto is the author. But having genuine care for the animal isn't enough to establish "next friend" relationship, which is  required to represent the monkey in court. And Naruto made a tactical mistake by not appearing in court. (Source: al)

July 11th, 2017  China’s intelligence networks in United States include 25,000 Chinese intelligence officers. Up to 18,000 Americans are recruited as Chinese agents who have stepped up offensive spying activities since 2012, according to a Chinese dissident with close ties to Beijing's military and intelligence establishment. Guo, a billionaire businessman broke with the regime several months ago. Guo said he learned about Chinese spy activities from Ma, a former MSS vice minister, and Ji, former PLA military intelligence chief. Guo said Ma was imprisoned because he had uncovered details of corruption by China's highest-ranking anti-corruption official, Wang. Guo is a Chinese real estate investor who fled China in 2015. He currently resides in New York City and since January has become a target of a major Chinese government campaign to silence him. In May, two senior Chinese security officials traveled to the United States as part of a bid to pressure Guo into keeping silent, and not disclosing secrets about corruption among senior Chinese officials, as well as details of the intelligence activities. The two officials, Sun, vice minister of the Public Security Ministry, and an aide, Liu, also tried to convince Trump administration officials to forcibly repatriate Guo back to China amid claims of corruption. They threatened Guo, his family, and business associates. Guo said Chinese police killed his brother and in 1989, when China called out troops to put down unarmed pro-democracy protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, he was jailed for 22 months. "Before 2012, cumulatively China had around 10,000 to 20,000 agents working in the United States," he said. "These agents had been sent to work in the United States over a 50 year period of time, and they were working in a defensive mode." According to the businessman, defensive intelligence was mainly focused on learning about the United States. The operations then shifted in 2012 to "offensive" spying, he said. "By offensive [operations], I mean to be ready to destroy the U.S. in ways they can," Guo said. "Some of them were sent as students, some as businessmen, and some as immigrants, but all together, 5,000," Guo said. "In addition to that, they developed between 15,000 to 18,000 other spies, and these are not directly sent but these are developed within the United States." The recruited agents are not limited to Asians and Chinese-Americans but include all ethnic groups, including Hispanics, Blacks, and Caucasians. "And now the budget is between $3 billion to $4 billion annually, and this is information up to one month ago," he said. To obtain military weapons-related technology is priority No. 1," Guo said. Second, Chinese intelligence is engaged in "buying" senior U.S. officials personally, and a third objective is buying family members of American political or business elites. A fourth priority is penetrating the American internet system and critical infrastructure by implanting malicious software. Cleave, former national counterintelligence executive during the Bush administration, said: "Remember their cyber theft of some 22 million personnel files from the Office of Personnel Management?" she said. "The Chinese now have a detailed roster of most if not all American contractors and government employees who have access to classified information, plus a roster of their friends, colleagues, or coworkers who may be useful conduits or potential assets in their own right." (Source: TheWashingtonFreeBeacon): http://tinyurl.com/yc56ksz6

Jul 11th, 2017 Russian lawyer Veselnitskaya is pictured with Obama Ambassador to Russia McFaul during a Foreign Affairs Committee hearing in June 14, 2016, 8 days after cold-contacting Trump Jr. in Trump Tower. Why was Veselnitskaya hanging out with Obama officials just days after her meeting with Trump Jr.? And why was Veselnitskaya given a privileged seat up front during the Congressional hearing? (Source: TheGatewayPundit)

Globalization
Jul 11, 2017 Measles has killed 35 people in the past year in Europe, despite efforts to get vaccination rates up to needed levels. Italy and Romania are fighting off the worst outbreaks, which can be entirely blamed on low vaccination rates, WHO said. In Italy over 3,300 measles cases and two deaths have occurred since June 2016. Kids with cancer are especially vulnerable to infectious diseases. 31 deaths in Romania, one death in Germany and another in Portugal," WHO added. Italy has added a fine of as much as $8,000 for parents who fail to vaccinate their children. WHO says measles killed 134,200 people worldwide in 2015. But vaccination campaigns have caused a 79 percent drop in measles deaths since 2000. "During 2000-2015, measles vaccination prevented an estimated 20.3 million deaths, making measles vaccine one of the best buys in public health," WHO says. (Source: NBCNews)

'Space'
July 18, 2017 Some very "peculiar signals" in the 10-minute dynamic spectrum have been noticed coming from a star known as Ross 128 just 11 light-years away, scientists in Puerto Rico say. They could be emissions similar to solar flares. They could be emissions from another object in the field of view of Ross 128. Or they might be a burst from a high orbit satellite. Scientists at the Arecibo Observatory joined with astronomers from SETI (Search for ExtraTerrestrial Life) would use the Allen Telescope Array and the Green Bank Telescope to observe the star for a second time late Sunday. (Source: 'AFP'/ Phys): http://tinyurl.com/yc4t7jxo
Note: "The requested page "/en/news/2265/peculiar-radio-signals-emerge-nearby-star" could not be found". (Source: AFP): http://tinyurl.com/yda7s9ws

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