Day: December 26, 2022

BITPOINT Launches Japanese Weeks for Crypto Users in Latin America

BITPOINT Latam is continuing to expand its services in Latin America, a market that is seeing rapid growth in cryptocurrency adoption. BITPOINT’s executives have stated that their recent focus on the Japanese market is part of their plan to increase education and commercial activity in the cryptocurrency space. Featured Image

Junshi Biosciences and Hikma Sign Exclusive Licensing Agreement for Cancer Treatment Drug Toripalimab for the Middle East and North Africa Region

SHANGHAI, China, Dec. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Shanghai Junshi Biosciences Co., Ltd (“Junshi Biosciences”, HKEX: 1877; SSE: 688180), a leading innovation-driven biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery, development, and commercialization of novel therapies, today announces a new exclusive licensing and commercialization agreement with Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC (Hikma), a multinational

How science is solving food waste

Worried about food waste? Here’s how researchers are working to solve the problem As many of us lean back after our holiday feasts, waist-bands groaning, thoughts turn to all the left-overs. According to the United Nations, around 17 percent of all food produced globally is thrown away from shops, restaurants or households.

Deadliest Year for Rohingya at Sea in Years as 180 Presumed Drowned

NEW DELHI/DHAKA, BANGLADESH — The possible sinking of a boat in recent weeks with 180 Rohingya Muslims on board could make 2022 one of the deadliest years at sea in almost a decade for the community, a U.N. agency said, as refugees try to flee desperate conditions in Bangladesh camps. Nearly

Rohingya Refugees Adrift for Weeks at Sea Land in Indonesia

BANGKOK — A broken-down boat ferrying over 180 ethnic Rohingya men, women and children landed Monday afternoon on the shores of Indonesia’s Aceh province after weeks adrift with more than a dozen reported deaths, two rights groups that have been tracking the vessel told VOA. It comes on the heels of

More Rohingya Refugees Reach Indonesia After Weeks at Sea

PIDIE, INDONESIA — A second group in two days of weak and exhausted Rohingya Muslims landed on a beach in Indonesia’s northernmost province of Aceh on Monday after weeks at sea, officials said. At least 185 men, women and children disembarked from a rickety wooden boat at dusk on Ujong Pie