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US & Canada · Washington
Biden tests negative after COVID-19 rebound case
Biden, 79, emerged from isolation on Wednesday after testing positive for COVID-19 for the first time on July 21. He tested positive again on July 30 in what O'Connor described as a "rebound" case seen in a small percentage of people who take the antiviral drug Paxlovid.See the Story
62% Center coverage: 195 sources
Europe · Rio De Janeiro
German consul arrested in Brazil over husband's death
Uwe Herbert Hahn was arrested on Saturday night in connection with the death of his Belgian husband, police said. Hahn said that his husband, Walter Biot, had died on Friday when he fell from their apartment in the Ipanema neighbourhood after suffering a sudden illness. Police arrested him on suspicion of murder after their forensics found bloodstains in the apartment and the autopsy of Biot's body showed multiple wounds.See the Story
43% Right coverage: 14 sources
US & Canada · Washington
Biden feels well, still tests positive for COVID-19
U.S. President Joe Biden continues to feel "very well" while still testing positive for COVID-19, the White House physician said on Friday. See the Story
38% Left coverage: 16 sources
Latest News Stories
Petrobras announces new price increase of 5.18% for gasoline and 14.25% for diesel
Gasoline liter value at the refinery goes to R$ 4.06 and diesel reaches R$ 5.61See the Story
Corpus Christi · Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi or Day of the Mules: What is its origin and how is it celebrated?
The city of Portland gets its water from the San Patricio Municipal Water District. The city of Corpus Christi entered a Stage 1 Mild Water Shortage Watch on Tuesday. During stage 1, residents must limit sprinkler irrigation, washing vehicles and filling swimming pools to once per week.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Unemployment rate drops to 9.3% and reaches lowest level since 2015
There was a 1.8 percentage point drop in the quarter ended in June compared to the previous one. The number of unemployed people decreased by 15.6% in the period, reaching 10.1 million people. This represents 1.9 million fewer people looking for work in Brazil. The employed population is the largest since 2012. The data are from the Continuous PNAD, released by the IBGE this Friday.See the Story
Monkey pox: Brazil will receive antiviral for severe cases, says Saúde
Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga said today that Brazil will receive the antiviral drug tecovirimat,See the Story
João Paulo Diniz, son of Abílio Diniz, dies at 58
Businessman João Paulo Diniz, son of Abílio Diniz, one of the most important businessmen in the country, died this Sunday, 31, at the age of 58, in Rio de Janeiro.João Paulo, who came to work for Grupo Pão de Açúcar in the 1990s, was also a partner inSee the Story
New National Identity Card starts to be issued this Tuesday
Documents of the current model are valid until February 28, 2032See the Story
'Defenders of nature': a tribute to Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips – video
The 10-day search in the Amazon for Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira and journalist Dom Phillips came to an end on Wednesday. Their deaths have horrified Brazil and underline the dangers faced by those defending the country's environment and Indigenous communities.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
STJ decides that health plans do not need to cover treatment outside the list of ANS
The 2nd Section of the STJ (Superior Court of Justice) decided on Wednesday (8) that the list of treatments covered by health plans, the so-called list of the ANS (National Supplementary Health Agency), must beSee the Story