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Vaccines: Interpol issues global warning to organized crime that has engaged in "unprecedented opportunistic and predatory" behavior
The international criminal police organization on Wednesday alerted states to the need to "ensure the security of the supply chain" and "identify illicit websites selling fake products".

Interpol issues a "global warning", in a statement released Wednesday, December 2, against "organized crime networks targeting the Covid-19 coronavirus vaccines, both physically and online". The pandemic has unleashed "unprecedented opportunistic and predatory criminal behavior" and member states must prepare for "an attack of all types of criminal activity", warns the international criminal police organization. "Falsification", "theft", "illegal advertising of Covid-19 and influenza vaccines". Some criminals have not hesitated to sell and administer "fake vaccines," Interpol says.

The international criminal police organization warns states of the need to "ensure the security of the supply chain" and "identify illicit websites selling fake products". Criminal organizations want to "infiltrate" or "disrupt supply chains" for vaccines, Interpol Secretary General Jürgen Stock said in this statement. For this, real coordination is needed between law enforcement and health regulatory bodies, which guarantees the safety of the population.

Beware of "fake websites"

Interpol also warns the population about "bogus websites" and "bogus remedies" and calls for increased vigilance when "international travel gradually resumes". Criminal networks may increase the production and distribution of "unauthorized and falsified test kits". "3,000 websites associated with online pharmacies suspected of selling illicit drugs and medical devices", were counted by the cybercrime unit of Interpol. Of those 3,000 sites, "about 1,700 contained cyberthreats, particularly phishing and spam malware," warns Interpol.

We must therefore be wary of offers that "seem too good to be true" and always check with "national health authorities or the World Health Organization, the latest health advice concerning Covid-19".

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NBA: Brad Wanamaker leaves Boston for Golden State

Golden State has found Stephen Curry's understudy: it will be Brad Wanamaker, left free by the Celtics.

Left free by the Boston Celtics, Brad Wanamaker was recruited by Golden State where he will be the lining of Stephen Curry, double MVP and absent for much of last season following a broken hand. At the Celtics, for the past two years, the 31-year-old point guard was already serving as a back-up to Kyrie Irving and then Kemba Walker.

Big size in European basketball, including CSP Limoges (2012-2013 when the club returned to Pro A), Brad Wanamaker has only just completed his second season in the NBA. A sober and experienced player, his recruitment cost the Golden State Warriors only $ 2.25 million.

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Pompeo Warns China Over Interference With U.S. Journalists in Hong Kong 🇭🇰

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday he believed China had threatened to interfere with the work of U.S. journalists in Hong Kong, and warned Beijing that any decision impinging on Hong Kong's autonomy could affect the U.S. assessment of Hong Kong's status.
"These journalists are members of a free press, not propaganda cadres, and their valuable reporting informs Chinese citizens and the world," Pompeo said in a statement.

Britain returned Hong Kong to China in 1997, and the territory was promised a "high degree of autonomy" for 50 years. The system formed the basis of the territory's special status under U.S. law, which has helped it thrive as a world financial center.
Pompeo announced on May 6 that the State Department was delaying a report to Congress assessing whether Hong Kong enjoyed sufficient autonomy from China to continue receiving special treatment from the United States.

He said at the time the delay was to allow the report to account for any actions Beijing might contemplate in the run-up to China's May 22 National People's Congress.
Tensions between Washington and Beijing have spiked in recent weeks, as Pompeo and President Donald Trump have complained about China's early handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
The United States and China have also clashed over journalists working in each other's countries.

In February, the Trump administration said it would begin treating five major Chinese state-run media entities with U.S. operations the same as foreign embassies, requiring them to register their employees and U.S. properties with the State Department.

Beijing then expelled three Wall Street Journal correspondents - two Americans and an Australian - following an opinion column by the newspaper that called China the "real sick man of Asia".
In early March, the United States slashed the number of journalists allowed to work there at four major Chinese state-owned media outlets to 100, from 160 previously.

In retaliation, China said it was revoking the accreditations of American correspondents with the New York Times , News Corp's Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post whose credentials expire by the end of 2020.
Beijing said the expelled journalists would not be permitted to work in mainland China, Hong Kong or Macau. The expulsion is expected to affect at least 13 journalists, according to the Foreign Correspondents Club of China.

(Reporting by Patricia Zengerle; Editing by Daniel Wallis and Raju Gopalakrishnan)
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After four days of suspense, the Democrat is given the winner with 273 voters, according to CNN, NBC and CBS. He will become the 46th President of the United States.

Joe Biden won the White House race against Donald Trump, US media reported on Saturday.

"I am honored and humbled by the trust the Americans have placed in me and the Vice President-elect," Joe Biden said in a statement. "With the campaign over, it is time to leave the anger and fiery rhetoric behind and come together as a nation," he added. "It is time for America to come together and heal its wounds."

The Republican candidate and incumbent president, for his part, denounces fraud in the election and has announced that he wants to take legal action to contest the result.

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