Man cries unconsolably at burial of his Relative Killed By COVID-19

A man was spotted crying and grieving over the death of his relative who died of COVID-19 at Rorotan cemetery in Jakarta, Indonesia. The man watched as his relative was

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South Africa’s ex-president Jacob Zuma gets jail reprieve after 11th hour legal maneuvre

Former South African President, Jacob Zuma, got a stay on the 15-month prison sentence he got for contempt of court after the country’s top court agreed to hear his application

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Amb. Yabo presents letters of Credence to King Ibn Al Hussein of Jordan

The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan with Concurrent Accreditation the the Republic of Iraq, His Excellency, Faruk Malami Yabo,

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ECOWAS Parliament: S/Leone Delegation says country enjoying Press freedom under president Bio

Republic of Sierra Leone delegation to the ECOWAS Parliament has informed the parliament that the current regime of President Julius Maada Wonie Bio has done so well in improving press

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Mali: Akufo-Addo says ECOWAS will resist anti-democratic forces in the region

President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana has stated that ECOWAS will resist any act that tend to threatens or stalls the process of entrenching Democracy across the States in the region.

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China ends two-child policy, Couples can now have three Children

China has announced that it will allow each couple to have up to three children, marking the end of a strict two-child policy. According to state media outlet Xinhua, the

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ECOWAS Parliament: Liberia VP pushes for more women representatives

The Vice President of Liberia, Jewel Taylor has pushed for increased women representation in the ECOWAS parliament stressing that it is improper for the body to have less than the

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UK makes U-turn on Asylum policy granted IPOB AND MOSOB

The British Government has pulled down a notice it published regarding its asylum policy in relation to separatist pro-Biafra groups including; Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Movement for the Actualization

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Amnesty International alleges that scores of civilians are been massacred in Ethiopia’s Tigray crisis

Amnesty International has stated that “Scores and probably hundreds” of civilians have been massacred in the growing conflict in Tigray in northern Ethiopia. Witnesses blamed forces loyal to the Tigray

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Jerry John Rawlings of Ghana is dead

Latest information coming from the city of Accra, Ghana has it that former Ghana President, Jerry John Rawlings is dead. He is said to have died Thursday morning at the

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