6 countries without coronavirus for now

According to N1 https://rs.n1info.com/svet/a670761-drzave-bez-koronavirusa/ there are 6 countries in the world, which do not have coronavirus cases for now.  Out of a total of 193 countries that are full members of the United Nations, and according to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are no official coronavirus cases in 6…

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Japan will release radioactive water from Fukushima into the Pacific ocean

According to N1 https://rs.n1info.com/svet/japan-ce-ispustati-radioaktivnu-vodu-iz-fukusime-u-tihi-okean/ Japanese government plans to release purified but still radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean! This radioactive water is supposed to be released in 2023, after some after the construction of the facility. Also, they plan to promote Fukushima products in restaurants and…

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A devastating earthquake hit Haiti

Another disaster happened. A devastating earthquake with a magnitude of 7,2 hit Haiti on Saturday. As for now, it is confirmed that 1297 people died in the quake. People in Haiti are still searching for the missing in the ruins because the exact number of missing and injured is still…

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The Queensland government bought the Wild Duck Island to protect vulnerable turtles

According to the statement made by the Queensland Government of Australia, https://statements.qld.gov.au/statements/92167 they recently bought Wild Duck Island to protect endangered nesting turtles. Flatback turtles are unique to Australia, and they are classed as vulnerable. Environment Minister Megan Scanlon said that the lease buy-back (on World Turtle Day) is an effort…

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90 victims of building collapse at Surfside confirmed

On June 24, 2021, a 12-story beachfront condominium in the Surfside, (Miami's suburb) partially collapsed. It was a great tragedy as many people lost lives and got hurt. As of today, July 12, it has been confirmed a total of 90 dead people, 11 injured, and up to 31 unaccounted…

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Hurricane Elsa approaches Cuba

Hurricane Elsa is a currently active tropical cyclone affecting parts of the Caribbean and the southeast USA. At least 4 people were killed by Elsa across the Caribbean so far. Hurricane Elsa is the first hurricane to hit Barbados in 66 years. On Barbados island, the Elsa caused widespread power…

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China Nuclear power plant leak report

It has been reported that there is a "immediate radiological threat" and leak in Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in Guangdong (around 125 kms, south-east from Hong Kong). A French company that is partly the owner and helps in the work, noted that the Chinese security administration has raised acceptable limits…

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Tiki culture, bars and mugs

You heard about tropical parties. Maybe you were present into one. Then you noticed that there are people dressed mostly in tropical dressings (Hawaii shirts for example), the ambiance or interior is tropical (tropical leaves, palms, fruits, decorations...), drinks as well (juices from exotic fruits or cocktails), and themed music.…

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Private Island on sale with black background

While tropical islands are considered to be heaven, there is not always happiness. In some islands accidents happened, or even murder. Recently, a nice house is put on sale with 2.27 acres plot on beautiful Lark Caye Island in Belize. https://www.privateislandsonline.com/central-america/belize/lark-caye-private-heaven Beautiful house and surroundings in a beautiful location. What…

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