“If someone were to die, it was me” (photos)

Posted on Wednesday July 15, 2020 at 7:11 p.m. Bridger, six, did not hesitate to pounce on the dog that attacked his little sister. He got away with big facial wounds… At the age of six, Bridger is a real little hero. On July 9, he saved his little sister, who was attacked by the […]

32-year-old man saves two children in sea but drowns in Germany

Posted on Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 11:32 a.m. By Sudinfo The 32-year-old German drowned just after saving the 10-year-old children. Conditions were considered dangerous on Wednesday in the German region of Ahrenshoop, off the coast of the Baltic Sea. Despite this, two children wanted to bathe but were quickly swept away by the current. […]

The Senate votes a bill which will deeply dig the “hole of the Safely”

The right-winged Senate voted Wednesday on the first reading of the social debt bills, which greatly deepen the “Hole of the Safely” after the coronavirus and act the creation of a 5th branch “Autonomy”, hotly debated part. The left voted against, believing that it is up to the state, not Social Security, to bear the […]

Museums are advancing, slowly but surely, towards reopening

The closure of the museums was hasty, driven by circumstances, but the reopening will not be at all, impetuous. If the confinement forced the almost simultaneous closure of the facilities – like all the blackouts in the cultural sector, they closed their doors between March 12 and 16 – the need to ensure the safety […]

containment saved 560 lives in Belgium, says English study

Posted on Monday, March 30, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. By Sudinfo with Belga A report from Imperial College London released on Monday estimates that measures taken in Belgium to stem the Covid-19 epidemic will have prevented 560 deaths by March 31. Taking into account the margin of error, the researchers count between 160 and 1,500 […]