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R. North Macedonia: Without 1000 euros for a family of four, the month does not go by

A family of four needs almost one thousand euros to cover basic expenses in May this year. This is shown by the calculations of the Union of Trade Unions of Macedonia (SSM) for the value of the minimum union basket, which in May is 60,090 denars. Most of the expenses, that is 21 689 denars, according to the calculations of the SSM, are spent on food and drinks, for clothes and shoes a family of four needs 4 928 denars in May, and for overhead costs and rent 6 014 denars. 5,020 denars each from the family budget are allocated for transportation.

Compared to the value of the union minimum basket for April this year, which is 60,212 denars, the value of the basket for May has decreased by 122 denars.

Kurshumlija, Serbia: The situation is still difficult and uncertain, doctors in Nis are fighting for the life of the girl who was injured on the carousel in Kurshumlija

As reported by the Serbian media, on May 8, around 1:00 p.m., a merry-go-round full of children burst at the fair in Kuršumlija. 13 children were injured, of which this girl, the most seriously injured, was brought to UC Nis at about 15:30 on the same day, accompanied by an ambulance doctor from Prokuplje. After primary health care and on the basis of the emergency diagnostics performed at the Prokuplje Hospital, severe neurosurgical injuries were found. The patient was immediately hospitalized at the Intensive Care Clinic and due to her current life-threatening condition, she was intubated and is in a medically induced coma - the Nis University Medical Center announced after the admission of the seriously injured girl.

The director of the Nis University Hospital, Dr. Zoran Perišić, said on May 9 that the injuries sustained by a 12-year-old girl from Kuršumlija did not require active surgical treatment at the time. He stated that it is evident that there are brain injuries, that the child is on a ventilator and that everything is being done to stabilize her condition, after which the best assessment will be made for her further treatment.

After the incident, the Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic announced that Jovan Nedeljkovic, the tenant of the plot and Zoran Ljubomirovic, the owner of the carousel were arrested on reasonable suspicion that they committed a serious crime against public security. . After the hearing in the prosecutor's office and the court, a measure of detention was determined for them.

The other children suffered minor injuries and are being treated at home.

Fires in Roma settlements are becoming more frequent, the material damages are enormous, and there are often human casualties!

In the last few years, fires in Roma settlements across Serbia have become more frequent, causing serious concern for the safety of residents and serious consequences for the environment. While the Roma community faces a series of social, economic and environmental challenges, the fires represent an additional burden that must be faced.

The most important consequence of the fire is endangering the safety of the residents. Frequent fires often lead to loss of life, injuries and destruction of homes. Residents of Roma settlements, often faced with low socio-economic status and lack of access to basic resources, are particularly vulnerable in these situations.

In the past period, 22 Roma settlements in the south of Serbia received fire extinguishers, and local volunteer firefighters were trained to react in risky situations. Fires in Roma settlements also have serious environmental consequences. The burning of plastic, electrical equipment and other waste leads to the release of harmful gases and poisonous substances into the atmosphere, polluting the air and soil. These consequences can have long-term effects on the environment and the health of the local community.

Link: https://romaworld.rs/pozari-u-romskim-naseljima-sve-ucestaliji-materijalne-stete-ogromne-a-cesto-ima-i-ljudskih-zrtava/

 

 

 

 

UN: Nearly 282 million people worldwide face acute hunger in 2023

Nearly 282 million people in 59 countries faced acute hunger in 2023, and the Gaza Strip was the territory where most people suffered from hunger last year, according to a United Nations report.

The report said that in 2023 the number of people facing acute hunger increased by 24 million compared to 2022 due to a sharp deterioration in food security, especially in the Gaza Strip and Sudan. It also highlights that the UN has increased the number of countries in which it monitors food supplies compared to 2022. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in the introduction to the report that the conflicts that have erupted in the last 12 months have led to a catastrophic global situation.

More than 80 percent of the people facing hunger, 577,000 of them, are in the Gaza Strip and thousands of people are facing catastrophic famine in South Sudan, Burkina Faso, Somalia and Mali. According to UN estimates, about 1.1 million people in the Gaza Strip and 79,000 in South Sudan will face extreme hunger by July.

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