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Airlines in 2021 Massively Bankrupt Without Support

Airlines will go into massive bankruptcy next year without financial support from the government. That says Alexandre de Juniac, top executive of the international trade association IATA. According to him, companies have generally taken…

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Airlines in 2021 Massively Bankrupt Without Support

Airlines will go into massive bankruptcy next year without financial support from the government. That says Alexandre de Juniac, top executive of the international trade association IATA. According to him, companies have generally taken money to keep it going for another 9 months. "They cannot cut costs fast enough to compensate for the shrinking revenues," said De Juniac. The total…

World Health Organization WHO Raises the Alarm About Europe

The World Health Organization is urging Europe to accelerate efforts in the fight against the coronavirus significantly. The WHO sees "very, very large" numbers of infections, and at the same time an increasing lack of capacity to conduct effective contact investigations. It is dangerous to let go of control, says WHO top expert Ryan. He fears that the disease will be pushed further…

Coronavirus Continues to Spread Around the US Just Before Elections

The coronavirus continues to spread in the United States shortly before the presidential elections. There, another 76,195 people were diagnosed with the contagious virus on Thursday, according to Reuters news agency. That is just below the July record of 77,299 corona cases in one day. The corona crisis complicates attempts by President Donald Trump to be re-elected in a week and a half.…

Most Famous Certifications for Basic Cybersecurity

The cyber-world is spreading out but so are the number of attacks it has to face and defend itself against on a daily basis. It won’t be an understatement to say that when it comes to the cyber attackers, we are outnumbered by a huge margin. This is why the IT industry is in dire need of people who can help make their networks securer, ensure more public awareness and more importantly choose it as…

EU Leaders Will Meet Next Week About the Flaring Virus

Next Thursday, EU leaders will meet remotely about the fight against the coronavirus, which is spreading across almost all of Europe. At their last summit in Brussels, they agreed to speak more often about the pandemic. The heads of government and heads of state can exchange experiences, set the clocks and learn something from each other, German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested in…

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