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That is why we make an overview of the positive and cheerful news.

OECD: World economy is recovering faster than expected

The global economy is recovering from the corona crisis faster than initially thought.

This is mainly because the outlook for China and the United States is now better.

At least that is what the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), a partnership of 37 countries, expects.

See also: OECD: World economy is recovering faster than expected

Fifteen thousand sleeping bags for Greek refugee camp Moria

Within a week, fifteen thousand sleeping bags were collected in the Netherlands for refugees on Lesbos, says initiator of the campaign Steffi de Pous in the

NOS Radio 1 Journaal.

Many people there sleep on the street.

The sleeping bags will be brought to the island soon.

French free diver holds his breath for minutes and breaks a depth record

French free diver Arnaud Jerald broke the world record for diving with two fins on Tuesday.

Jerald reached a depth of 112 meters off the coast of the Greek city of Kalamata.

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French free diver holds his breath for minutes and breaks a depth record

American billionaire donates entire fortune before his death

An American billionaire who wanted to donate all his assets to charity before his death has officially succeeded, reports

Forbes

.

Chuck Feeney, 89, has distributed at least $ 9 billion (nearly € 7.6 billion) in almost four decades.

The American built his fortune with his company Duty Free Shoppers, whose shares he sold for billions of dollars.

However, due to his advanced age, Feeney wanted to get rid of the fortune, "because you cannot take it into the grave".