The FRN Daily News Brief 2020-04-05


This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 3, articles about Anglo-5, Headline-News, United-States, Canada, Finance, World, Somalia.

Tags in this brief: Coronavirus, Military, USA, Airlines, Africa.

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Number of Sailors Infected with Covid-19 on US Aircraft Carrier Climbs to 155

Published 2020-04-05 13:00:04 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Headline-News, United-States

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The number of United States Navy sailors tested positive for the coronavirus on the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier has surged to 155 within the past 24 hours, the US Navy confirmed amid the sacking of its captain for publicizing the debacle. The Navy further declared in a Saturday statement that 44 percent of the warship’s 5,000-strong service members had been tested and 1,548 of them were transferred ashore, noting that none of the infected sailors have been hospitalized, American News reported. It did not elaborate on the conditions of those that have so far tested positive… Continue ->

Tags: Coronavirus, Military, USA

‘Deepest Crisis Ever’: Industry Says Covid-19’s Effect on Airlines Dwarfs 9/11 Fallout

Published 2020-04-05 12:00:55 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Canada, Finance, Headline-News

Montreal, Canada – The coronavirus outbreak has devastated airline companies worldwide even more than the aftermath of 9/11 attacks, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced, warning that air carriers are set to lose at least $250 billion. “Airlines are desperately trying to survive in the most difficult times imaginable,” IATA CEO Alexandre de Juniac said, RT reported. “We have the people and the experience to see this through. But, to be perfectly frank, we don’t have the money,” he added. Global demand for flights fell by 14.1 percent in February compared to the same period in 2019, in the… Continue ->

Tags: Airlines, Coronavirus

The Khaleeji Intervention in Africa’s Horn-Devastating Impact On Somalia

Published 2020-04-05 11:38:36 by Guest Author in World, Headline-News, Somalia

On Saturday morning December 28th, A truck bomb exploded at a busy intersection at KM 5 + security checkpoint at in Somalia’s capital, killing at least 90 people including many University students on their way to Universities outside the capital city, Hawkers, women and children authorities said. It was the worst attack in Mogadishu in more than two years, and witnesses said the force of the blast reminded them of the devastating 2017 bombing that killed hundreds, over 500 dead. President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, PM Hassan Khaire and the entire Somali Federal Government condemned the attack as “heinous” but did… Continue ->

Tags: Africa, Coronavirus

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