Amazfit T-Rex Pro leaks amazing Features

Amazfit T-Rex Pro leaks amazing Features

According to a report and details Amazfit is expected to launch a new smartwatch, called T-Rex Pro. A YouTuber from Turkey has posted a hands-on video with the wearable that is yet to be officially announced, and the device looks pretty much identical to its predecessor, the Amazfit T-Rex. Price of Some Watches, However the […]

Power returns but water an issue as Texas reels from icy storm

Historic storm leaves dozens dead and millions without water as power returns to US state of Texas. Power is returning in the storm-hit US state of Texas, but challenges remain as millions still face water-boil notices and power lines remain downed across the second-largest United States state on Friday. All power plants in the state […]

Live Updates: Power Comes Back in Texas, but Water Systems Are Crippled

Here’s what you need to know: Ben Lozano cleaned up his garage on Thursday after a pipe burst behind his washing machine in Austin, Texas.Credit…Tamir Kalifa for The New York Times The end of frigid conditions across Texas is in sight on Friday, but many residents who fled their homes this week in search of […]

US: Severe cold, power outages cause major water problems

According to Report About 7 million people in Texas – a quarter of the United States’s second-most populous state – have been told to boil their water or stop using it entirely as homeowners, hospitals, and businesses grappled with broken water mains, burst pipes and power outages. Winter storms during the past week in the […]

Ecuador’s Cuenca votes to ban future mining projects

Quito, Ecuador – As the results of this month’s presidential elections in Ecuador remain disputed, another important vote was held that could have wide-reaching implications for the South American nation. Residents of the Andean city of Cuenca and the county’s rural outskirts on February 7 voted to prohibit future large-scale mining activities in five nearby […]

In Pictures: Protest in Cyprus draws water cannon, arrests

Police in Cyprus have used water cannon and tear gas to break up a protest against corruption and lockdown measures imposed over the COVID-19 pandemic, witnesses said. Several hundred people had gathered to protest on Saturday just beyond the medieval walls of Nicosia, the capital of the east Mediterranean island. At least one person who […]

Hacker tries to contaminate US town’s water supply

Authorities thwart an attempt by a hacker to poison the water supply in a Florida town of 15,000 people. Pinellas County’s sheriff says a hacker broke into the computer system of a facility that treats water for about 15,000 people in the town of Oldsmar near Tampa in the US state of Florida and sought […]

‘Dangerous Stuff’: Hackers Tried to Poison Water Supply of Florida Town

Beginning around 2012, Russian hackers started probing American energy companies and electrical utilities. Three years later, in 2015, they used similar access to Ukraine’s utility companies to shut off the power for several hours to Western Ukraine, and again one year later to Ukraine’s capitol, Kyiv. In 2017, Russian hackers reached far enough into an […]

China to build the world’s biggest dam on sacred Tibetan river

In the foothills of the Himalayas, where the ancient Yarlung civilisation established the first Tibetan Empire, China has plans to build the world’s biggest hydroelectric dam. In November of last year, China’s state-owned media shared plans for a 60-gigawatt mega-dam on the Yarlung Tsangpo river in the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR). Now with the aim […]

Sudan warns Ethiopia against second filling of dam without deal

Irrigation minister said citizens living near Blue Nile downstream at risk as Addis Ababa plans to begin second filling of GERD. Sudan’s Irrigation Minister Yasser Abbas has warned Addis Ababa against a planned phase second filling of a controversial dam reservoir without signing an agreement with the stakeholders, adding that the move threatens the safety of Sudanese […]

Solar technology assists Gaza’s contaminated-water emergency

Gaza City – Water in the Gaza Strip is mostly undrinkable and loaded with health hazards. Large-scale desalination plants, funded by international donors and private businesses struggling to mitigate the crisis, are in full swing in the besieged Palestinian enclave. But a new high-tech effort is coming from an unlikely source: a company based in […]

Police fire water cannon as Tunisians march on parliament

Tunisian riot police on Tuesday turned water cannon on protesters outside the heavily barricaded parliament as they tried to quell the largest rally yet since demonstrations began this month over inequality and police abuses. Hundreds of protesters marched from the Ettadhamen district of the capital where young people have clashed nightly with police for more […]

Two former health officials charged with manslaughter in Flint

The water contamination in majority-Black Flint, Michigan is seen as an example of environmental injustice and racism. Two former Michigan health officials have been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of nine people who got Legionnaires’ disease during the Flint water crisis. Prosecutors revisiting how the city’s water system was contaminated with lead and […]

Ex-Michigan Governor Rick Snyder charged over Flint water crisis

Former Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has been charged with willful neglect of duty after an investigation of ruinous decisions that left the US city of Flint with lead-contaminated water and a regional outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease. The charges, revealed in an online court record on Wednesday are punishable by up to a year in jail […]

Egypt summons Ethiopia diplomat over Nile dam remarks

Cairo condemns what it calls an ‘attack on Egyptian state’ and accuses Addis Ababa of using an ‘aggressive tone’. Egypt’s foreign ministry has said it has summoned Ethiopia’s top diplomat in Cairo over comments by an Addis Ababa official regarding a controversial dam on the Nile. The Egyptian ministry “summoned the Ethiopian Charge d’Affaires in […]

‘Blood cheaper than water’: Outrage over Trump Blackwater pardons

US President Donald Trump’s issuance of pardons for security guards convicted of killing at least 14 Iraqi civilians in a 2007 Baghdad massacre has caused international uproar, including in Iraq where people expressed outrage and sadness. Trump issued pardons for the four Blackwater security contractors who were convicted of murder and manslaughter six years ago. […]

As water becomes more scarce, new futures trade provides buffer

Starting this week, farmers can hedge against water shortages, while others could make money betting on rising prices. Water is joining gold, oil and other commodities traded on Wall Street, highlighting worries that the life-sustaining natural resource may become scarce across more of the world. Farmers, hedge funds and municipalities alike will be able to […]

Dance, water and prayers: Celebrating the goddess Yemoja

Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria – During the annual festival to celebrate Yemoja, the goddess of the river, the day begins with music, dance and prayers. There are 400 gods – called òrìsà in the Yoruba language – each representing a force of nature. Yemoja is considered the mother of them all, such is the importance […]

India police use tear gas, water cannon to stop farmers’ march

Thousands of protesting farmers scuffled with police during a march against new laws, which they fear will benefit corporations. Police in India have fired several rounds of tear gas and used water cannon on thousands of farmers on the outskirts of the capital New Delhi to prevent the protest march from entering the city centre. […]

Thai police use water cannon on protesters in Bangkok #duzline #duzlinenews #follow4follow

Pro-democracy protesters in Thailand were confronted by riot police and sprayed with water cannon as they tried to approach Bangkok’s Grand Palace to deliver letters about their political grievances addressed to the country’s king. The pro-democracy movement has been pushing a bold challenge to reform the country’s monarchy with almost daily demonstrations. Sunday marked the […]