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Encuentran cadáver de joven que arrastró el río Táchira - La Prensa de Lara
Fabiola Barrera | LA PRENSA DE LARA.- En horas de
Fabiola Barrera | LA PRENSA DE LARA.- En horas de la tarde de este domingo fue hallado el cuerpo sin vida de Wilhelm Mantilla, de 39 años, quien estaba desaparecido luego que una crecida del río Táchira lo arrastrara al atravesar un camino alterno a la altura del puente Francisco de Paula Santander, en Ureña. Fuentes bomberiles indicaron que al joven lo localizaron unos 15 kilómetros río abajo del lugar donde fue visto por última vez cuando trató de cruzar el río con destino hacia Colombia, y en medio del cauce de éste, se suscitó una crecida que se lo llevó sin poder ser auxiliado. Desde el mismo momento en que Mantilla se desapareció, se iniciaron búsquedas conjuntas entre la Guardia Nacional Bolivariana, Protección Civil municipal, así como cuerpos de bomberos de ambos países, a fin de dar con el paradero del joven, pero las constantes precipitaciones dificultaban las labores. Con este deceso, son cuatro, las muertes que se han registrado en menos de dos semanas, luego del fallecimiento de un abuelo y sus dos nietos. Esta situación se da, tras el paso por caminos verdes, pues no es permitido el paso por los puentes binacionales entre Venezuela y Colombia. Fuente informativa: La Prensa del Táchira. Descarga nuestra app aquí o escanea el código QR
Expert urges national stay-at-home order as India's Covid-19 cases near 20 million - The Straits Times
Medical experts say real numbers across the country may be five to 10 times higher than the official tally.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
BENGALURU (REUTERS) - India on Monday (May 3) reported more than 300,000 new coronavirus cases for a 12th straight day, taking its overall caseload to just shy of 20 million, as scientists predicted a peak in infections in the coming days. With 368,147 new cases over the past 24 hours, India's total infections stand at 19.93 million, while total fatalities rose by 3,417 to 218,959, according to health ministry data. Medical experts say real numbers across the country of 1.35 billion may be five to 10 times higher than the official tally. The health ministry offered a glimmer of hope, reporting that positive cases relative to the number of tests conducted fell on Monday for the first time since at least April 15. Indias coronavirus cases may peak between May 3-5, according to a mathematical model from a team of scientists advising the government, a few days earlier than a previous estimate as the virus has spread faster than expected. Hospitals have filled to capacity, medical oxygen supplies have run short and morgues and crematoriums have been swamped as the country deals with the surge in cases. At least 11 states and union territories have imposed some form of restrictions to try and stem infections, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is reluctant to impose a national lockdown, concerned about the economic impact. "In my opinion, only a national stay-at-home order and declaring medical emergency will help to address the current healthcare needs," Dr Bhramar Mukherjee, an epidemiologist with the University of Michigan said on Twitter. "The (number) of active cases is accumulating, not just the daily new cases. Even the reported numbers state there are around 3.5 million active cases." Crisis tests Modi The spike in infections is India's biggest crisis since Mr Modi took office in 2014. Mr Modi has been criticised for not taking steps earlier to curb the spread and for letting millions of largely unmasked people attend religious festivals and crowded political rallies in five states during March and April. A forum of scientific advisers set up by the government warned Indian officials in early March of a new and more contagious variant of the coronavirus taking hold in the country, five scientists who are part of the forum told Reuters. Despite the warning, four of the scientists said the federal government did not seek to impose major restrictions to stop the spread of the virus. It remains to be seen how his handling of the crisis might affect Mr Modi or his party politically. The next general election is due in 2024. Mr Modi's party was defeated in India's West Bengal state in results declared on Sunday, although it won in the neighbouring state of Assam. Leaders of 13 opposition parties on Sunday signed a letter urging Mr Modi to immediately launch free national vaccination and to prioritise oxygen supply to hospitals and health centres. Several states have postponed widening a vaccination drive for adults that was to start last Saturday, due to a lack of vaccines. The national health ministry says states have 10 million vaccines stockpiled and two million more coming in the next three days. Despite being the world's biggest producer of vaccines, India does not have enough for itself - undermining a plan to ramp up and widen inoculation from Saturday. Only about 9 per cent of its 1.4 billion people have had a dose. India has struggled to increase capacity beyond 80 million doses a month due to lack of raw materials and a fire at the Serum Institute, which makes the AstraZeneca vaccine. Pfizer is in talks with the Indian government seeking an expedited approval pathway for its Covid-19 vaccine, its CEO Albert Bourla said on LinkedIn on Monday, announcing a donation of medicines worth more than US$70 million (S$93 million). India said last month its drugs regulator will decide on emergency-use applications for foreign Covid-19 vaccines, including Pfizer, within three working days from application. International aid has been pouring into India. Britain will send another 1,000 ventilators to India, the government said on Sunday. Prime Ministers Boris Johnson and Modi are scheduled to talk on Tuesday. The Indian Covid-19 variant has now reached at least 17 countries including Britain, Switzerland and Iran, leading several governments to close their borders to people travelling from India.
'I will kill you and your family': Singaporean teen charged with threatening EPL football player via Instagram - AsiaOne
SINGAPORE - A Singaporean teenager has been charged in court after threatening to kill football player Neal Maupay who is a forward with Brighton in the English Premier League. The court on Monday (May 3) heard that Derek Ng De Ren, now 19, is also accused of…
SINGAPORE - A Singaporean teenager has been charged in court after threatening to kill football player Neal Maupay who is a forward with Brighton in the English Premier League. The court on Monday (May 3) heard that Derek Ng De Ren, now 19, is also accused of threatening to kill the footballer's family. The player and his family were in Britain when the threats were made in June and July last year. According to earlier reports, the Premier League had alerted the Singapore Police Force after its investigations showed that the person responsible for the "serious online abuse" towards Mr Maupay was in Singapore. According to court papers, Ng sent the threatening messages via Instagram while in Singapore. In one message on June 24, Ng allegedly said: "You think you will get away for injuring Leno? No way in hell bruv (sic)... But don't worry you will be safe you won't be hurt. "It's more fun watching you feel pain when your loved ones go through suffering." Just days earlier on June 21, Mr Maupay had scored the winning goal against Arsenal in a match which saw Arsenal keeper Bernd Leno carried off the pitch injured after a tussle with the French national. [embed]https://twitter.com/nealmaupay18/status/1274404542420000771?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E127440454242000[/embed] In another message on June 26, Ng allegedly said: "Your family will be attacked later in the day, just watch." On July 1, he is said to have sent Mr Maupay another message, saying: "You think by reporting my account you're safe? I will kill you and your family." The court heard on Monday that Ng intends to plead guilty to his charges. His case has been adjourned to May 31. For each count of harassment, an offender can be jailed for up to six months and fined up to $5,000. This article was first published in The Straits Times. Permission required for reproduction.