SP MP Bujar Çela announces the arrest of Sali Berisha, who is the close associate with 3 files in SPAK that can open "Pandora's Box" for the former prime minister
Ilir Meta sick, the former president prepares for the dark days in SPAK, here is the strategy he is following to escape from prison arrest
Berisha warns riots, resistance and protests without end until the overthrow of the government, the head of "Foltore" adds threats to SPAK
Edi Rama collaborated with Sali Berisha for Malltez's properties, "Voice of America" ??unravels the scenario of how the prime minister gave millions of euros in wealth to the son-in-law of the head of "Foltor"
Ylli Meçe calls the National Front an organization of traitors and whitewashes the scandals of the Ballistas, here is the message for Alimadhi and the facts that show that the partisans liberated Albania from the Nazis and fascists
Edi Rama celebrates November 28 as Vucic's lawyer and ruthless enemy of the Anti-Fascist National Liberation War
Chaos with properties, Myrshit Vorpsi accuses the government of massacring the owners and shows what is hidden behind the indexation, the association warns of a lawsuit in the Constitutional Court
From salary increases for doctors to new investments, the priorities of Minister Koçiu for Health and Social Protection
Mysterious disease / WHO gives the alarm, confirms the death of a child
Written by SOT.COM.AL 24 Prill 2022
The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed that a child has lost his life in connection with a mysterious outbreak of liver disease that has affected children in Europe and the United States.
The United Nations agency said Saturday night that it is aware of at least 169 cases of "severe hepatitis of unknown origin" in some states.
Cases have been reported in children aged one to 16 years and 17 of the patients had to undergo liver transplantation.
The WHO has not indicated in which country the death was registered.
The first cases have been reported in the UK, where so far 114 cases of sick children have been reported.
"It is still not clear whether there is an increase in hepatitis cases, or an increase in awareness of hepatitis cases," the WHO said in a statement.
Experts have said the cases may be linked to a virus that is often associated with colds, but research is still being done.
Although mild pediatric cases are not uncommon, severe hepatitis in healthy children is rare.
The cases identified are more unusual because they are not related to any of the types of hepatitis - A, B, C, D and E.