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    COVID-19 CURE: Scientists recommend Asthma plant for Coronavirus symptoms’ treatment

    Some scientists at the University of Ibadan have recommended a plant called Euphorbia Hirta as a herbal alternative to mitigating some of the diseases associated with...

  • Aussie gov’t “flexible” on extending wage subsidy: minister

    Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has revealed that the government is open to extending its wage subsidy scheme. Dutton said on Friday morning that the...

  • Interview: Zimbabwe keen to see deeper China-Africa cooperation, says official

    Zimbabwe hopes to see a continuous deepening of cooperation between Africa and China within the framework of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), a cabinet minister...

  • Colombian capital extends quarantine until mid-June

    Bogota Mayor, Claudia Lopez, on Thursday extended the quarantine in the Colombian capital until June 15 and said no new economic sectors will be activated in...

  • White House not to release economic projections this summer: media

    White House officials have decided not to release updated economic projections this summer, breaking from precedent as the U.S. economy is on track to a deep...

  • Flood kills 3 in Afghanistan’s Badakhshan province

    Heavy rains and flash flood have claimed the lives of three persons and three others went missing in Yamgan district of the northern Badakhshan province, head...

  • IOM deplores killing of 30 trafficked migrants in Libya

    The International Organisation for Migration (IOM), on Thursday, deplored killing of 30 trafficked migrants in western Libya. “The tragedy that occurred is a smuggling warehouse in...

  • Fed official says COVID-19 pandemic worsens U.S. inequality

    The COVID-19 pandemic is worsening U.S. inequality in income and race, a senior Federal Reserve official said Thursday. “This health crisis has not so much changed...

  • Mongolia reports 18 new COVID-19 cases

    Mongolia reported 18 new cases of COVID-19 over the last 24 hours, bringing the national count to 179, the country’s National Center for Communicable Disease (NCCD)...

  • NITDA clarifies on licensing law firms as DPCOs

    The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) says licensing some law firms as Data Protection Compliance Organisations (DPCO) is to protect constitutional rights. This clarification is...

  • India reports biggest daily jump of 7,466 new COVID-19 cases as total reach 165,799

    India’s federal health ministry on Friday morning reported 175 more deaths and 7,466 new positive cases due to the COVID-19 pandemic, taking the number of deaths...

  • Libya reports six new COVID-19 cases

    The Libyan National Center for Disease Control reported six new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, raising the nationwide tally to 105 with five deaths and 41 recoveries....

  • Nepali government targets 7 pct growth next fiscal year

    The Nepali government has targeted the economic growth of 7 percent in the next fiscal year 2020-21 despite severe impact of COVID-19 on the economy as...

  • Fijian police seek legal advice to charge ninth COVID-19 patient

    The Fijian Police are seeking further legal advice to charge the island nation’s ninth COVID-19 patient, who returned from India and infected several other persons. Fijian...

  • Brazil sets new record for daily COVID-19 infections

    Brazil registered 26,417 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, the highest single-day surge so far, raising the tally to 438,238, authorities said Thursday. A...

  • Dozens arrested in New York City protest over George Floyd’s death

    Some 40 people were arrested in New York City on Thursday during a protest over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, local media reported....

  • Face masks ‘79% effective’ in slowing COVID-19 spread at home

    Wearing face masks at home can prevent pre-symptomatic transmission of the new coronavirus in households, according to a new study published in the British Medical Journal. The findings,...

  • Keeper in critical condition after lion attack at Australian zoo

    An Australian zookeeper has sustained critical injuries to her head and neck after being mauled by a lion at Shoalhaven Zoo in the State of New...

  • UN declares Sept. 9 International Day to Protect Education from Attack

    The United Nations General Assembly on Thursday proclaimed Sept. 9 as the International Day to Protect Education from Attack. President of the Assembly, Amb. Tijani Muhammad-Bande,...

  • New Zealand confirms no new case of COVID-19 for a week

    New Zealand reported no new case of COVID-19 on Friday for the seventh day in a row, with the combined total of confirmed and probable cases...

  • Germany’s COVID-19 cases rise by 741 to exceed 180,000 — RKI

    Germany’s COVID-19 cases rose by 741 within one day to 180,458, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) said on Friday. The death toll in the country rose...

  • Live COVID-19 updates: Egypt’s cases surpass 20,000, with new record in daily rise

    The following are the updates on the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. – – – – CAIRO — Egypt on Thursday set a new record...

  • Rwanda, U.S. sign agreement on military cooperation

    Rwanda and the United States on Thursday signed an agreement aimed at strengthening existing military cooperation between the two countries. The agreement, dubbed Status of Forces...

  • Fijian police seek legal advice to charge ninth COVID-19 patient

    The Fijian police are seeking further legal advice to charge the island nation’s ninth COVID-19 patient who returned from India and infected several other persons. Fijian...

  • China-Laos railway starts recruiting local employees

    The China-Laos railway project has started interviewing local job applicants for future operation since Thursday. At the Confucius Institute of the National University of Laos in...

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