Agora So Paulo – So Paulo – Janitor’s body was broken into 17 pieces with handsaw Brazil News

08/05/2014 Report released yesterday by IML (Instituto Mdico Legal) points out that the body of the caretaker Jezi Lopes Souza, 69, was cut into 17 parts with a saw. The information matches the testimony given by one of the accused in the crime, the publicist Eduardo Tadeu Pinto Martins, 47, shortly after being arrested in … Read more

Comprehensive regional economic partnership, a milestone victory for Japan

Japanese Minister of Economy and Industry Hiroshi Kajiyama (right) and Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga in Hanoi on November 15 during the signing of the Comprehensive Regional Economic Partnership. HANDOUT / AFP Presented as a victory for China, the conclusion of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) also sounds like a success for Japan. The free … Read more

Kinshasa announces the end of the eleventh Ebola epidemic in the DRC

During a vaccination campaign against the Ebola virus in Mbandaka, in Equateur province, in May 2018. JUNIOR D. KANNAH / AFP The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) officially declared on Wednesday (November 18th) the end of the eleventh Ebola epidemic in its history, marked by the concomitant health emergencies, the use of vaccines and the … Read more

Living with the Great Wall

By Harold Thibault Posted today at 6:00 a.m. Reserved for our subscribers In images, in picturesPhotographer Xiaoxiao Xu walked around the monument and gazed at those who live at its foot. Far from the postcard, his images show the daily life of a rural China steeped in history. It is the pride of China and … Read more