Belgium’s average of new coronavirus cases falls to 430 per day

An average of 430 people per day tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19) in Belgium during the past week, according to the latest figures ...
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Back to school in September: here’s what else is new from Tuesday

The first of September marks the end of the holidays and the return of Belgium’s children to school – or to a new school in ...
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Breaking: PDP hits dead end in Kogi, Bello wins again

The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed the petition of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and its candidate, Musa Wada against the declaration of Governor Yahaya Bello ...
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Ghana replies Nigeria (Full statement)

Ghana’s minister of information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has sent a six-page response to Nigeria, over accusations of hostilities to Nigeria and harassment of Nigerians. Last ...
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Tour De France finally underway despite treacherous conditions

The world’s greatest bike race finally began on Saturday in Nice – a month late because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The circumstances in which the ...
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French doctors say 6-year-olds should wear masks when schools restart

French doctors have argued that children as young as six should be required to wear masks as schools across the country prepare to re-open after ...
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Paris looking into free Covid-19 testing amid resurgence of virus

The Paris local municipality said on Monday that it would look to make free Covid-19 testing available in all of the capital’s 20 districts (arrondissements), ...
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Trump and Biden clash after street protests in Portland turn deadly

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Sunday called violence at protests in Portland, Oregon, unacceptable and challenged President Donald Trump to stop “recklessly encouraging” it, ...
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Mustapha Adib poised to be designated Lebanon’s new prime minister

Lebanon began consultations Monday to name a new premier, with the country’s envoy to Germany, Mustapha Adib, emerging as a front-runner, as French President Emmanuel ...
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PHOTOS: Apostle Suleman Prays For APC Governorship Candidate, Ize-Iyamu To Win Election

APC’s governorship candidate in Edo state, Osagie Ize-Iyamu has gone spiritual with his ambition to become governor of the state. Ahead of the September 19, ...
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Vigilante Group Ambush Suspected Kidnappers, Kills Three

The vigilante group launched a counter-attack against the suspected kidnappers after they stormed the village where they kidnapped one person. Some members of a vigilante ...
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Farmer Arrested For Allegedly Killing Herdsman Whose Cow Grazed On His Farm In Oyo

The suspect murdered the herdsman after he caught his cattle grazing on his farmland. A 27-year-old farmer identified as Abraham Alamu who resides in Ogbomosho ...
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Belgium’s new coronavirus cases continue to go down

An average of 437 people per day tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19) in Belgium during the past week, according to the latest figures ...
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40% summer sales stocks remain unsold: ‘People do not dare to consume’

Shops have not been able to sell their clothing stock following the summer sales – brought forward to August this year due to corona-virus measures ...
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Israeli tanks hit Hamas after balloon attacks from Gaza

The Israeli army says its tanks have hit Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip on Sunday after Palestinian balloon attacks across the border continued. An ...
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All migrants moved off Banksy-funded rescue vessel stranded in Mediterranean

All of the migrants on board a rescue ship funded by British street artist Banksy have been transferred to other vessels, the team behind the ...
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Global virus cases cross 25 million as India sets grim record

Global coronavirus infections soared past 25 million on Sunday, as countries around the world further tightened restrictions to try to stop the rampaging pandemic. A ...
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India sets world’s highest single-day rise with 78,761 new coronavirus cases

India on Sunday set a new virus record when it reported 78,761 new infections in 24 hours, according to health ministry figures, passing the United ...
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French magazine’s depiction of lawmaker as a slave in chains sparks outrage

An ultra-conservative French magazine prompted outrage on Saturday by portrayed a Black female lawmaker as a slave in chains, earning condemnation nationwide as well as ...
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Helicopter Crash: Gov. Sanwo-Olu Visits Accident Scene, Promises Renovation Of Damaged Structures (photos)

Mr Sanwo-Olu also sympathised with the families of the three people that lost their loved ones during the crash. Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu ...
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