Pakistani hospital sinks as water-borne diseases spread

The hospital in Sehwan, southern Pakistan, is overcrowded Patients flock from flood-affected areas Thousands suffer from water-borne diseases WHO warns of ‘second disaster’ after catastrophic floods SAHWAN, Pakistan (October 3) (Reuters) – The emergency room of the main government hospital in the small town of Sehwan in southern Pakistan is overcrowded. On a recent visit, … Read more

In an apparent criticism of the Russian patriarch, the pope said that God does not support war

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NUR-SULTAN (Reuters) – Pope Francis said on Wednesday that God does not direct religions to war, in an implicit criticism of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill, who supports the invasion of Ukraine, and boycotted a conference of religious leaders. On his second day in Kazakhstan, Francis … Read more

The United Nations says more than 700 children have died in Somali feeding centres

Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register GENEVA/Mogadishu (Reuters) – Hundreds of children have died in feeding centers across Somalia, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Tuesday, a day after the world body warned parts of the country would face starvation. the coming months. An official in one Somali region … Read more

7 killed in an air strike on a stadium in Ethiopia’s Tigray region – hospital

NAIROBI (Reuters) – An air strike on a children’s play area killed at least seven people in the capital of northern Ethiopia’s Tigray region on Friday, medical officials said, the first such attack after a four-month-old ceasefire collapsed. week. Officials said three children were among the dead, but a federal government spokesman denied any civilian … Read more

Analysis: Forget showering, it’s eating or heating up for shocked Europeans who have an energy crisis

The share of energy in household spending has reached record levels in Europe Higher bills force households to reduce energy use The crisis in Europe looks worse than in other advanced economies LONDON (Reuters) – No more ironing, limited oven and showers at work – Europeans are trying to cut their energy consumption but bills … Read more