Can the Chinese breathe a sigh of relief? Xinhua reports: Its Covid 19 "peak" is over

It is alleged that the news, under the label "urgent", was published by the state-run Chinese agency Xinhua.
More than 126.000 people have been infected with coronavirus worldwide, while 4.624 have died. Cuba, Honduras and Ivory Coast have reported the first cases of infected, with Bulgaria, Ireland, Sweden and Indonesia and Greece reported the first victims.

7.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hits the Caribbean, there is a Tsunami Threat

A tsunami warning has been issued for Jamaica, Cuba and the Cayman Islands after a 7.7-magnitude earthquake struck the Caribbean, world agencies said. 

There have been no reports of casualties, injuries or damage to Cayman Islands buildings, a spokesman for the Territory Disaster Management Agency said.

A Strong Earthquake Shook Tirana

5.5 magnitude earthquake struck Tirana.

The epicentre of the earthquake, which was registered at 21.17 local time, was in the Adriatic Sea.

The quake forced people to take to the streets of the Albanian capital. So far, there is no information of there are victims.

An earthquake of magnitude 7.7 shook Cuba, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

Hungary Increases its Share in the Paid-in Capital of the International Investment Bank (IIB)

The Government of Hungary increased its share in the paid-in capital of International Investment Bank (IIB) contributing an amount of 10 million euro on January 15, 2020. This continues a new round of capitalisation of the Bank.

Granma: Trombones from Havana | Athens | December 19-21

German theater group Rimini Protokoll comes to Athens with its latest documentary play, produced by Stefan Kaegi to mark the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. The play, essentially a dialogue between the past and the future, recreates the utopian vision of the Cuban Revolution, and its disappointments, with history rewritten by the grandchildren of Castro and his comrades.