– Data Covid-19 USA – Officials are still piecing together the chain of events in the attack that killed scores of people, including 13 U.S. service members, outside the Kabul airport.
– Data Covid-19 USA – Founded in 2015, the Afghan splinter group from ISIS counts as its foes U.S. forces and the Taliban.
The president said the evacuation of U.S. citizens and allies from Afghanistan would continue, even after an attack that killed at least 13 American troops and dozens of civilians.
Bombers struck a huge crowd outside the airport, killing dozens of civilians in the waning days of the U.S. evacuation from Afghanistan.
Choices about building rules, insurance programs, flood maps and more put residents at higher risk, according to climate and disaster experts.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Fred dropped more than 10 inches of rain on Tuesday in Haywood County, N.C., causing the Pigeon River to overflow.
The authorities in Humphreys County were conducting house-to-house searches after flooding knocked out cellphone service and swamped roads.
He was a young soccer player frantic to flee the Taliban. “He had no hope and wanted a better life,” a sports official said. So he joined the desperate crush at the Kabul airport.
With the arrival of the contagious Delta variant, Covid hospitalizations and deaths among vaccinated Americans also may have increased, according to preliminary figures.
After years of dithering and a surge in overdose deaths, we have an administration that seems able to distinguish between effective and ineffective approaches.
Scientific understanding of the coronavirus variant is changing quickly. Here’s a recap of the most important findings.
- “Kein Berufsverbot”: Bautzen hält an… Der sächsische Landkreis Bautzen widersetzt sich der beschlossenen Impfpflicht für Klinik- und Pflegepersonal, die ab 15. März gelten soll. Man werde Mitarbeitern nicht den Zutritt verweigern, wenn diese nicht geimpft seien, erklärt Vizelandrat Udo Witschas. Man brauche das Personal dringend.