Congo DR President Tshisekedi Takes Moderna Jab After Rejecting AstraZeneca Months after rejecting the AstraZeneca jab over fears that it was not safe, President Felix Tshisekedi of The Democratic Republic of Congo’s  has now received the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine. As recent as July, the Congo DR President expressed his fears over the safety of the […]

The wife of Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall has accepted to be the first Patron of Mirabel Sexual Assault Referral Centre, Lagos. The Duchess made this announcement via her Twitter page shared with her husband, Charles, Prince of Wales, on Tuesday. “The Duchess of Cornwall has become Patron of @MirabelCentreNG, a Sexual Assault Referral […]

WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus today announced that the body has concluded plans to set up a technology transfer hub for producing mRNA COVID-19 vaccines in South Africa. “Today I am delighted to announce that WHO is in discussions with a consortium of companies and institutions to establish a technology transfer hub in South Africa,” […]

India has registered the highest daily number of covid-19 deaths in the world. As of today, the health ministry announced 94,052 new COVID-19 cases and 6,148 deaths which is the highest number of deaths in the country since the start of the pandemic, but perhaps owing to a statistical anomaly. The sudden increase in figures […]

Alexei Navalny’s doctor, Yaroslav Ashikhmin, has reported over the weekend that the opposition leader “could die at any moment” based on tests results from Navalny’s family that indicated his kidneys were failing and that he was at high risk of cardiac arrest the Russian prison system, FSIN have announced today, 19th april,2021 which is two […]

Thirty days after president Joe Biden ordered the “rejoining of the Paris climate club”,  the us has now officially rejoined the Paris climate club today Friday the 19th of February 2021.  The US became the only country to pull out of the Paris climate club when former president Donald Trump gave the order to withdraw […]

A British PhD student has been sentenced to life in prison in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for spying. Matthew Hedges, 31, of Durham University, has said he is innocent, and that he had been researching the country’s security strategy. Prosecutors say he admitted the charges in an Abu Dhabi court, which found him guilty […]

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