Thêm 9 ca mắc COVID-19 ở Đà Nẵng, Hà Nội, hiện Việt Nam có 459 ca bệnh – 5 ca mới ở Quảng Nam tăng lên thành 464 ca bệnh

(Thứ năm, 30/07/2020 06:17) Bộ Y Tế
Bản tin lúc 6h ngày 30/7 của Ban Chỉ đạo Quốc gia Phòng chống dịch COVID-19 cho biết đã có thêm 9 ca bệnh dương tính với COVID-19 ở Đà Nẵng, Hà Nội. Đến thời điểm này Việt Nam có 459 ca bệnh

CA BỆNH 451 (BN451): Bệnh nhân nữ, 36 tuổi, là điều dưỡng Bệnh viện Đà Nẵng. Ngày 27/7/2020 bệnh nhân được lấy mẫu, kết quả ngày 29/7/2020 dương tính với SARS-CoV-2. Tiếp tục đọc “Thêm 9 ca mắc COVID-19 ở Đà Nẵng, Hà Nội, hiện Việt Nam có 459 ca bệnh – 5 ca mới ở Quảng Nam tăng lên thành 464 ca bệnh”

Singapore PM: U.S.-Chinese Relations at ‘Very Dangerous’ Level

Lee Hsien Loong at the G20 on Dec. 1, 2018

The relationship between Washington and Beijing has sunk to such a “very dangerous” level with no sign of tensions easing after the next U.S. presidential election, the prime minister of Singapore said Tuesday. Tiếp tục đọc “Singapore PM: U.S.-Chinese Relations at ‘Very Dangerous’ Level”

Haj pilgrimage in Mecca downsized due to coronavirus pandemic

Muslims began the annual haj pilgrimage this year on July 29, 2020 in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. But the 2020 pilgrimage is very different because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Only about 10,000 residents of the kingdom were selected to join, instead of the usual millions of pilgrims who arrive from around the world. As part of the ritual, the Kaaba’s sacred black stone is normally kissed, but that practice as well as other activities have been banned. The pilgrimage will last through to August 2, 2020.

Pope Francis’s Silence on Xinjiang Speaks Volumes

A pope dedicated to human rights has said nothing on China, thanks to a secret deal with Beijing.


Pope Francis leaves the window of the Apostolic Palace overlooking St. Peter's Square in Vatican City after the Sunday Angelus prayer on July 22, 2018.

This month, the president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews wrote a most courageous letter to the Chinese ambassador in London.

Van der Zyl is just one of many faith leaders to speak out against the atrocities being committed in Xinjiang. But one voice has been strangely absent—that of Pope Francis, ordinarily a powerful advocate for the oppressed. His silence speaks to the dangers of the deal made with China by the Vatican—and demands that others in the church speak out.

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