EHF EURO 2014: Poland and Sweden are in Denmark!

first_imgPOL 13. June 2013. at 15:55 Related Items: ShareTweetShareShareEmail POLAND!!! 1 Commentcenter_img 1 Comment ShareTweetShareShareEmailComments The best teams of EHF EURO 2014 Qualification Group 5, Poland and Sweden secured their places in Denmark with two easy victories on Wednesday. Polish team had no problem in away match against Netherlands 30:23, while Sweden had easy afternoon in Ukraine 34:21. 1. Poland 8 24 111 : 135 1 0 4 5 1. Sweden 8 22 118 : 140 1 0 4 5 3. Netherlands 2 -20 147 : 127 4 0 1 5 3. Ukraine 2 -26 141 : 115 4 0 1 5 PHOTO: Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img

APL launches NAS

first_imgCargo from London to New York will be delivered in 12 days, while shipments from Le Havre to Miami will arrive in 13 days, says APL.The service will commence on January 3, 2018 with the following port rotation: Zeebrugge, London, Rotterdam, Dunkerque, Le Havre, New York, Savannah, Miami, Savannah, Philadelphia and Zeebrugge.APL, part of the CMA CGM group, has special cargo handling facilities and equipment to support project and heavy shipments.  www.apl.comlast_img

DR Congo records five new cases of Ebola: WHO

first_imgFour new Ebola cases confirmed in DR Congo Ebola outbreak cases hit 1000 in DR Congo Worker of center for disease control describing effects of ebola virus mutation Ebola healthcare workers in the Eastern Congolese town of Beni in the Democratic Republic of Congo, October 8, 2019. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File PhotoFive new Ebola infections have been recorded in eastern Congo since last week in a new flare-up just as the government was about to declare an end to the deadly epidemic, the World Health Organization said on Friday.Small outbreaks or one-off transmissions are common towards the end of an epidemic. Health workers are often able to prevent the virus from spreading out of control by quarantining and vaccinating contacts of new cases.On April 9 a 26-year-old electrician died of the hemorrhagic fever in the eastern town of Beni two days before the Democratic Republic of Congo planned to declare an end to the Ebola outbreak, which has killed more than 2,200 people since its onset in August 2018.The two newest cases were a 43-year-old woman and a 28-year-old motorbike-taxi driver who had brought the electrician to the hospital, according to Boubacar Diallo, deputy incident manager for the WHO’s Ebola response operation.It was unclear if the woman was linked to the other cases in a new chain of transmission, he said, but the new cases forced Congo’s national government to shelve its declaration of an end to the epidemic.Two new vaccines have had a major impact in containing Ebola, but public mistrust and militia attacks have prevented health workers from reaching some areas hit by the virus.Demonstrators blocked roads in Beni with rocks on Thursday morning, protesting over the authorities’ handling of the latest Ebola flare-up and demanding all Ebola test results be verified by laboratories in eastern Congo’s main city Goma and in the capital Kinshasa in the west of the vast Central African nation.Health teams were delayed by the protesters but eventually able to resume their work tracing those who came into contact with those newly infected by Ebola, Diallo said. Police said they arrested four people.Late last year deadly attacks on health centres in and around Beni forced aid groups to suspend operations and withdraw staff from the last strongholds of the epidemic.Congo, one of the world’s poorest countries where most people have scant access to modern health care, has also reported 287 cases of the new coronavirus and 23 deaths from the global pandemic.Relatedcenter_img Ebola Cases Reduce in Guinealast_img read more