Daily Archives: July 8, 2020

Hikvision présente une série dédiée dans sa gamme de caméras DeepinView

Les caméras de cette sous-série sont équipées de plusieurs algorithmes dédiés qui peuvent être sélectionnés et engagés discrètement en fonction des besoins de l’installation, puis commutés en fonction de l’évolution des besoins de sécurité. HANGZHOU, Chine, 8 juillet 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Hikvision, un fournisseur de solutions IoT dont la compétence principale est la vidéo, a annoncé

How have Africa’s regions fared in tackling COVID-19?

08 JUL 2020 / BY LIESL LOUW-VAUDRAN AND MOHAMED M DIATTA African countries are increasingly trying to coordinate COVID-19 responses with those of their neighbours. This is done largely through regional economic communities, and is a potentially important response to the pandemic. Yet their efforts have had mixed results. In many cases the regional bodies

UNHCR calls on South Sudan leaders to reinvigorate peace efforts on 9th anniversary of independence

Nine years since South Sudan gained independence and became the world’s youngest nation, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is calling on the country’s leaders to reinvigorate efforts to establish lasting peace and bring an end to Africa’s largest displacement crisis. “It’s crucial that South Sudan continues on the road to lasting peace,” said Filippo Grandi,

Africa records over 500 000 COVID-19 cases

Brazzaville/Cairo, 8 July 2020 – COVID-19 infections in Africa today surpassed 500 000, and there is concern as a growing number of countries are experiencing a sharp rise in cases. So far, in less than five months, the virus has claimed 11 959 lives, overtaking the 11 308 lives lost in the world’s worst Ebola

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Situation Report – 170 (8 July 2020)

Highlights WHO experts will travel to China to work together with their Chinese counterparts to prepare scientific plans for identifying the zoonotic source of the SARS-COV-2 virus. The experts will develop the scope and terms of reference for a WHO-led international mission. WHO has delivered $1.6 million worth of essential COVID-19 medical supplies and equipment

Integrating Human Rights into Peace Operations Brings Missions Closer to People, Advances Inclusive Development, High Commissioner Tells Security Council

Addressing rights violations as warning signs of conflict is even more urgent in the COVID-19 era, the United Nations senior human rights official told the Security Council in a 7 July videoconference meeting*, as she spotlighted the role peacekeepers can play in monitoring virus-related stigma, hate speech and the impact of containment measures on vulnerable

Analysts See Thaw in US-Turkish Relations

ISTANBUL – Analysts say Turkey’s deepening involvement in the Libyan conflict could be the catalyst for a reset in relations with the United States, in recent years strained by regional policy differences and mutual distrust.  In January, Turkey started sending military personnel to Libya in support of the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord. The GNA