Walking Evening News: Myanmar military government executes democrats 🇲🇲

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In Dikson, a settlement in the Arctic Circle in Siberia, Russia, a female polar bear with her tongue stuck in a can and therefore unable to eat appeared a few days ago. Although the female bear was rescued by a medical team, it was probably only the polar bear population. The epitome of this : A report by a team of scientists from the United States and Canada found that polar bears’ sea-ice habitat is being lost due to climate change, forcing starving bears to increasingly rely on human communities’ garbage dumps to feed their stomachs, and for their inhabitants and species. themselves pose a new existential threat.


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The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on the 23rd that monkeypox has been classified as a “public health emergency of international concern” (PHEIC), the highest level of the WHO, and urged countries to actively respond to the epidemic. This year, monkeypox cases have occurred in at least 76 countries around the world, with a total of nearly 17,000 infections, including 5 deaths.

According to the WHO assessment, monkeypox is considered a “high risk” in Europe and a moderate risk in the global region. Since the vast majority of new cases are men who have sex with men, how should the epidemic prevention resources be used (the smallpox vaccine has been confirmed to have a certain protective effect) Focusing on high-risk groups while avoiding deepening the stigma and even persecution of LGBT people by the authorities and society will be a dilemma in the next stage of anti-epidemic work.

A military coup broke out in Myanmar in February last year. The military junta brutally suppressed the resistance. Only then did the BBC publish the testimony of military soldiers who confessed to raping and killing civilians and using the “scorched earth policy” to burn down villages. Democracy activists and other 4 people news.

It was the first execution by Myanmar authorities in decades, including veteran pro-democracy activist Kyaw Min Yu, hip-hop singer and former congressman Phouza Yadao with close ties to Aung San Suu Kyi. Four, including Phyo Zeya Thaw, were executed on suspicion of “facilitating terrorist activities”. Families do not yet know the whereabouts of their remains, and according to the Association for the Aid of Myanmar Political Prisoners (AAPP), 14,847 people have been arrested in Myanmar since the coup and more than 2,100 have been killed by the military, but the military government claims the figures are inflated.

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China’s current regulations prohibit egg freezing for single women, and assisted reproductive treatment is limited to married infertile couples. Unmarried woman Xu Zaozao sought egg freezing services from the Beijing Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital in 2018 and was rejected, citing her “violation of her personality rights” as an example. Take the hospital to court.

This first “single woman egg freezing case” in China has attracted attention from all walks of life. The first-instance judgment was released on the 22nd. The court ruled that Xu Zaozao lost the case, but she has indicated that she will appeal again, and she will not stop paying attention to the reproductive rights of single women. Last year’s documentary “Fellow People”, which was screened at the Taiwan International Women’s Film Festival, presented the mental journey of three Chinese women including Zao Zao in their struggle for “my womb I am the master”. A review of the director’s interview:


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A strong wildfire broke out in Yosemite National Park in California. Although the authorities mobilized thousands of people to fight for disaster relief, the rapid spread of the fire could not be stopped. The fire has engulfed 15,600 acres (about 6,313 hectares) of land. Governor Newsom ( Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in the surrounding area, where high temperatures, strong winds and dry weather helped the “Oak Fire” continue to burn, and more than 3,000 people have been ordered to evacuate.


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