Long-Term Covid-19 Health Impact Too Soon to Tell: Johns Hopkins

Jul.13 — Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Vice Dean Josh Sharfstein discusses covid-19 death rates, and the long-term health issues being seen in survivors. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” The Bloomberg School of Public Health is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP, the parent company of Bloomberg … Read more Long-Term Covid-19 Health Impact Too Soon to Tell: Johns Hopkins

At least two dead and eight injured in Nigeria building collapse

At least two people have died and eight others are injured after a residential building collapsed in Nigeria’s commercial hub. Authorities say all survivors have been sent to the hospital. They say the building was under renovation when it collapsed overnight. Police have cordoned off the area as cleanup efforts are underway. Subscribe to us … Read more At least two dead and eight injured in Nigeria building collapse

Survivors recount Bosnia’s Srebrenica genocide, 25 years on

Thousands of men and boys killed in Bosnia were under the protection of Dutch UN troops. The Serb forces used bulldozers to throw the bodies in numerous mass graves. Their remains are still being searched for. About 30,000 Bosniak women and children were deported in just two days. Thousands of women and girls were raped. … Read more Survivors recount Bosnia’s Srebrenica genocide, 25 years on

‘We will haunt you’: survivors mark 25th anniversary of Srebrenica massacre

Bosnia is marking the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre when ,in July 1995,  more than 8,000 Bosniak Muslim men and boys were executed. The recently identified remains of nine victims were reburied in a memorial cemetery outside the town in eastern Bosnia; almost 7,000 of those killed have been buried here but further victims … Read more ‘We will haunt you’: survivors mark 25th anniversary of Srebrenica massacre

Ireland’s Mother and Baby Scandal (Part 1) | People and Power

Content warning: Some viewers may find this film distressing Six years ago, Catherine Corless, a local historian from County Galway in the Republic of Ireland, discovered that hundreds of babies and young children had died in a home for unmarried pregnant women, run by Roman Catholic nuns in her hometown of Tuam. Further research revealed … Read more Ireland’s Mother and Baby Scandal (Part 1) | People and Power

Will criminal charges ever be brought in Grenfell Tower case? | The Stream

Testimony regarding London’s deadly 2017 Grenfell Tower fire restarted Monday, but this time without survivors and bereaved families in the courtroom, due to coronavirus restrictions. Before the inquiry’s 17-week break, questioning centered on those involved in the public housing high-rise’s refurbishment and installation of flammable cladding, which contributed to the deaths of 72 people. Britain’s … Read more Will criminal charges ever be brought in Grenfell Tower case? | The Stream

Survivors of Srebrenica genocide honor victims 25 years on | The World

It’s been a quarter of a century since thousands of Muslim men and boys were massacred by Bosnian-Serb forces in Srebrenica – the worst mass killing on European soil since WW2. But for survivors and family members, the memory and pain lingers, as they continue to search for the remains of missing victims. (WARNING: Distressing … Read more Survivors of Srebrenica genocide honor victims 25 years on | The World

Stolen Generation survivors and relatives gather in Darwin | ABC News

NAIDOC Week celebrations may have been postponed, but that didn’t stop members of the Stolen Generations meeting up for a special brunch in Darwin. It was an eagerly awaited outing for many people who have been left isolated during the coronavirus pandemic. For more from ABC News, click here: https://ab.co/2kxYCZY You can watch more ABC … Read more Stolen Generation survivors and relatives gather in Darwin | ABC News

‘Time running out’: Japan keeps searching for flooding survivors

Japan’s government says it is doubling rescue operations as floods and landslides continue to ravage its southwest island of Kyushu. At least 50 people have died, and more than a dozen are missing since heavy rain began on Saturday. About half a million people have been advised to evacuate their homes. Al Jazeera’s Florence Looi … Read more ‘Time running out’: Japan keeps searching for flooding survivors

Indonesia’s shark fishermen: 24 went out, 20 came back. What happened on the boat?

Crew from rural Indonesian villages, recruited by suspected traffickers, endured horrendous conditions aboard an illegal Chinese-run sharking operation in the western Pacific. Four men never came home and at least three were dumped overboard on the high seas, leaving their families seeking justice and answers. Guardian analysis of exclusive survivors’ footage reveals their final days … Read more Indonesia’s shark fishermen: 24 went out, 20 came back. What happened on the boat?

Deadly floods, landslides wreak havoc in southern Japan

Dozens of people are feared dead in southern Japan, as torrential rain and severe flooding continue across several Asian countries. Many of the victims were elders who have been staying at a nursing home in the region. Rescue teams are still on the lookout for survivors. Al Jazeera’s Rob McBride has the latest. – Subscribe … Read more Deadly floods, landslides wreak havoc in southern Japan

Meet Scotland’s Youngest Covid-19 Survivor, Premature Baby Payton | Lorraine

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1KyA9sV 76,000 babies have been born during lockdown in the UK. Baby Payton was born prematurely weighing just 3lbs 5oz and was diagnosed with Covid-19 as just three weeks old. Payton is Scotland’s youngest, and one of the UK’s youngest survivors and along with her mum Tracy and dad AJ joined … Read more Meet Scotland’s Youngest Covid-19 Survivor, Premature Baby Payton | Lorraine

Abuse survivors still waiting for organisations to sign up to redress scheme | The Drum

*Warning: Some viewers may find this report distressing* Survivors of institutional child sexual abuse have been waiting two years for organisations to sign up to the National Redress Scheme – but in truth, it’s been nearly a lifetime of waiting. Hundreds have signed up, but six failed to meet the June 30 deadline. The government … Read more Abuse survivors still waiting for organisations to sign up to redress scheme | The Drum

Covid survivors may face life-long brain injuries – BBC News

Specialists in brain injury are concerned that Covid-19 is causing strokes and other types of severe neurological damage. Doctors in London say many patients may be left with life-long brain injuries. It’s thought that the disease often causes many small blood clots which can damage the brain and other organs. Huw Edwards presents BBC News … Read more Covid survivors may face life-long brain injuries – BBC News

‘Golden State Killer’ Joseph DeAngelo Pleads Guilty – Part 5 Partial

EDITOR’S NOTE: A portion of the footage will be added at a later time to complete this video. Thank you for your patience. Joseph James DeAngelo, the 74-year-old defendant alleged to be the “Golden State Killer,” pleads guilty in a hearing. DeAngelo, a former police officer, is the suspect who terrorized Californians while masked in … Read more ‘Golden State Killer’ Joseph DeAngelo Pleads Guilty – Part 5 Partial