The Yemen war has caused 85,000 children to starve to death, and the statistics are “the tip of the iceberg”

Over the past three years, civilian casualties caused by the Yemeni war have been constantly updated.

On October 25, 2018, in Yemen, Yemen, children were treated at the hospital. According to the “Washington Post” reported on November 21st, the latest report of the International Non-Governmental Organization “Save the Child” shows that since the Saudi-led coalition forces intervened in Yemen three years ago, More than 85,000 children have died of hunger.

“ Tens of times more children die from hunger than children killed by bombs and bullets, which is completely preventable. & rdquo; & ldquo; Save the Children’s Association, Yemen Kirolos, Yemen project director said.

According to the report, “Save the Children”, using historical mortality and conservative United Nations data on malnutrition in Yemen, estimated that more than 25,000 children have died each year since April 2015. The figure is about 20% to 30% of local acute malnutrition children. The agency also pointed out that this figure may still be lower than the actual number of deaths.

China-Japan Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Forum was held in Beijing, and the two countries confirmed the strengthening of hydrogen energy cooperation.

[Global Network Reporter Wang Huan] The Chinese and Japanese governments and private enterprises discuss cooperation in the field of environmental protection “China-Japan Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Comprehensive Forum” in November Held in Beijing on the 25th. The two sides confirmed that they will cooperate to promote infrastructure construction and marine plastic waste countermeasures for hydrogen energy applications such as fuel cells.

According to a report by the Kyodo News Agency on November 26, about 800 people participated in the forum. Japan’s economic industry, Shigeo Hiroshi, said: “Dissing through deepening win-win cooperation, Japan and China can contribute to a society in which environmental and economic growth are harmonious. “Right, the leader of the National Development and Reform Commission of China, expressed his hope that Japanese companies will actively participate in China’s environmental protection cause.

The private enterprises of the two countries exchanged agreement documents on 24 specific cooperation projects in the hydrogen energy field.

The forum was first held in Tokyo in 2006 and the twelfth in 2018. In addition to the Japanese government’s implementation of the so-called “nationalization” of the Diaoyu Islands, which was interrupted in 2013, it was held every year.

US polls: 1/3 Europeans “know little about the Jewish massacre” “I don’t know”

(Data Sheet: Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Poland Photo credit: Reuters)

[Global Network Reporter Zhang Feiyang] During World War II, Nazi Germany’s massacre of Jews was one of the most notorious atrocities during World War II. However, a poll conducted by CNN and ComRes polls showed that one-third of Europeans interviewed admitted that they knew little about the massacre. “ Don’t know at all.

&nbspquo;Russia today said in a report on the 28th that the survey showed that one in every 20 Europeans had never heard of the Jewish massacre. Among them, the French “Ignorance” is especially serious. Among the young people between the ages of 18 and 34, one in five people said that they had never heard of the massacre.

And in Austria, Hitler’s birthplace, 12% of young people said they had never heard of the Nazi Holocaust. 40% of Austrian adults say they know a little bit about the Holocaust.

Tampered interview score refused to recruit female staff South Korea a state-owned enterprise manager was sentenced to 4 years

China News Service, November 5th According to South Korea’s “Asia Daily” report, for most Korean young people, finding a job can be described as a top priority in the young age. However, because of the deep-rooted thinking of “male and female”, many outstanding female job seekers are more or less discriminated against when they are looking for a job. Not long ago, the South Korean media broke the news that caused a lot of anger. — A state-owned enterprise manager refused to recruit women when recruiting employees. This incident caused public outcry in Korea.

According to the media, Park Ji-soo, the president of the Korea Natural Gas Safety Corporation, has repeatedly asked the personnel department of the company to “report the spirit”, asking them to exclude female job seekers when recruiting new employees. outer. After the incident was exposed, the Korean prosecutor immediately began an investigation into Park Ji-soo and filed a lawsuit in the court.

The South Korean Grand Court issued a second-instance judgment on this case. Park Ji-hyun was sentenced to four years in prison for a violation of the law on the equality of women and men in employment, with a fine of 300 million won and the original sentence.

Fire in downtown Seoul, at least 18 casualties

China News Agency, Seoul, November 9 (Reporter Zeng Wei) A fire broke out in downtown Seoul, South Korea on the 9th. According to Korean media reports, at least 7 people have been killed and 11 injured, and the number of casualties is likely to continue to increase.

A reporter from the China News Agency saw the scene at the scene of the fire. The incident occurred in the Jongno-gu district of downtown Seoul. The small commercial buildings on the street were mostly low-rise buildings. The surrounding lanes were narrow, except for roadside parking. Outside the area, there is only one lane for vehicles to pass.

According to the reporter’s observation, most of the buildings in the fire house are three-storey, with four floors in some areas, restaurants on the first floor, and most of the remaining floors are residential areas; three windows on three floors have been burnt. The colored signboard on the roof was blackened and disappeared.

The second trial of the Naha branch of the Fukuoka High Court rejected the relocation and suspension of the work of the Putian, and maintained the original judgment.

[Global Network Reporter Wang Huan] The relocation of the US military Futenma Airport to the Okinawa area of ​​Okinawa Prefecture, the Okinawa Prefecture government has previously mentioned The lawsuit required the Japanese central government to stop construction. The second-instance judgment of the Naha branch of the Fukuoka High Court on the 5th was not to approve the suspension of construction, and supported the judgment of the Naha District Court in the first trial to reject the appeal.

According to a report by the Kyodo News Agency on December 6, this is part of the ongoing court battle between Okinawa Prefecture and the central government since the late former governor Weng Changxiong, who advocated the relocation. In the previous judgments, the county’s claims were rejected. The central government plans to invest sand on the ancient coastal areas of the border area on the 14th.

The US and Japanese governments reached an agreement in 1996 to return to the Futenma Airport adjacent to the city. The Japanese government emphasizes the elimination of danger and believes that “the wilderness is the only solution”. The governor Yucheng Danny believes that “no migration must be the military and geographical necessity of Okinawa”.

Brazil’s GDP in the third quarter of this year increased by 0.8% from the previous month.

China News Service, Sao Paulo, November 30 (Reporter Mo Chengxiong) On November 30, local time, the latest data released by the Brazilian Bureau of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) showed that Brazil’s third quarter gross domestic product (GDP) ratio The growth rate was 0.8%, which was at the level of the first half of 2012.

Data show that in the third quarter of this year, Brazil’s GDP reached Rs. 171,162 million (at the current exchange rate of approximately US$445.8 billion), an increase of 1.3% year-on-year, the best quarterly results this year. In the first and second quarters of this year, Brazil’s GDP increased by 0.2%.

In the third quarter of this year, Brazil’s agriculture grew by 0.7% from the previous quarter, ranking first in the three major industries. Secondly, the service industry grew by 0.5% from the previous quarter, the best performance since the second quarter of 2017. The third is an industry growth of 0.4%, the first increase since this year.

Dominica helicopter crashed 5 people died

On November 23, local time, the official of the Dominican Republic confirmed that five people had died in a helicopter crash. The head of the country’s aviation accident investigation committee said that the helicopter with the model EC20 lost contact after receiving passengers at the tourist attractions in the northern sea on Thursday. A rescue team consisting of the Dominican civil aviation department and military agencies went to the coastal city in the southeast of the country for search and rescue. According to local media reports, there are 6 people on board, including a crew member and 5 tourists. The crash helicopter is the product of Europe’s largest helicopter manufacturer, Eurocopter. Further information has not been announced. (Reporter Zhao Yijun)

Austrian Foreign Minister Calls on Russia and Ukraine to Use Unarmed Weapons to Resolve Conflicts

[Global Network Comprehensive Report] According to a report by Reuters on November 27th, Austrian Foreign Minister Karin & Bull; Kneiss said on the 27th that Russia and Ukraine should ease the situation in the Azov Sea and not resolve the conflict by force.

“ What should be done now is to downgrade the conflict. & rdquo; Kneiss said at the Berlin Security Conference. She urged the parties to engage in dialogue through the United Nations or the OSCE. “The point is that the two sides should solve the problem through dialogue and not use military means. ”

On the 25th, three Ukrainian warships attempted to cross the Kerch Strait near Crimea and were blocked by Russia. During the confrontation process, the Russians opened fire on the Russian warships, causing damage to the Ukrainian ships and injuries. At present, three warships have been detained by Russia. After the incident, the Ukrainian president implemented a wartime martial law in the eastern part of the country and said that this move is necessary to strengthen the country’s defense against Russia. (Internship Compilation: Meng Xiaoyi Review: Tan Liya)

Japanese junior boys’ confession: Thanks for being polite after being refused, turned and secretly shed tears

[Global Network Comprehensive Report] On November 10th, the video of a first-time boy’s confession on the Japanese variety show fired again on social networks.

The video originated from a variety show broadcasted in Japan in 2017 with the theme “Love Summer & mdash;— Roof Whitening Conference”.

In the video, a first-time boy named Kimura Hiroshi stood on the rooftop and confessed to the girl in front of the classmates. Shouting: “I have a super super favorite girl, four shifts a year, Sakuma Yulin!”

Because he likes her too much, so he screams with all his strength Out of counts "like you! Like you!”

Take a look at the little boy’s high-energy confession process:

But the girl still said “sorry”.

Finally, the boys are strong enough to maintain their smiles, but they can’t control the tears …

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