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The hurdles still remain, as Asia-Pacific countries are gradually easing off travel restrictions

Asia-Pacific countries including Australia, Singapore and Japan are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow, in hopes of helping...

UK: Impromptu game of Cricket breaks out after 10pm curfew in Peckham street

Described as "sweet and exuberant moment of joy", the participants gathered by Peckham Rye Station with a bat and ball, surrounded by...

Margaret Nolan – “Goldfinger” model and the legendary British artist died @ 76

Margaret Nolan, who served as the iconic golden-plated babe portrayed in the opening sequence of "Goldfinger" -- has died.

Seven Sri-Lankans convicted of oil theft were deported by the Nigerian government

According the the Nigeria's Punch News reports, in a statement made available on Friday in Abuja, Public Relations Officer of the Nigeria...

WHO: Africa records decrease in COVID-19 cases

The number of coronavirus cases in the WHO African Region is now at 1,149,940 with 25,008 deaths. Since our last External Situation...

ECOWAS declared to lift Mali Sanctions

In Mali's capital, Bamako, an incoming interim Malian President Bah Ndaw will be sworn in on Friday for an 18-month term.

Libya’s PM says he wants to resign amid political tensions in Tripoli

Libya’s internationally recognised Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj said on Wednesday he wants to quit by the end of October, which could feed...

Zimbabwe’s nurses union call off three-month strike over payment of salaries in U.S. dollar

Earlier on Wednesday, Zimbabwe’s biggest nurses union said it was encouraging its members to end a pay strike which began in June...

Cameroon declares first regional polls in December… include English provinces

Cameroonian President Paul Biya has declared the country's first regional elections in December, including in English-speaking provinces where years of conflicts between...

Three month state of emergency declared by Sudan’s council due to deadly floods

Sudan's Security and Defence Council has announced a national state of emergency for three months because of floods that have killed 99...

Zimbabwean leader of the anti-government protests against corruption, granted bail in fourth attempt

Jacob Ngarivhume, Zimbabwean opposition politician has been granted bail in his fourth attempt since being arrested on July 20 after requesting anti-government...

Mauritius: Two sailors involved in oil spill clean-up were killed… as their tugboat collided with a barge

The island nation's prime minister said, two crew members from a tugboat involved in an oil spill cleaning up in Mauritius were...

Nigeria: A 11-year-old boy gets scholarship over a viral video of his ballet move rehearsal

A viral video won the young Nigerian ball dancer a scholarship at the American Ballet Theater in New York City.

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EU executives insist on tough enforcement rules in Brexit deal – Financial Times report

French President Emmanuel Macron and other EU leaders will insist on tough enforcement rules for any trade deal with Britain, warning that...

The hurdles still remain, as Asia-Pacific countries are gradually easing off travel restrictions

Asia-Pacific countries including Australia, Singapore and Japan are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow, in hopes of helping...

UK: Impromptu game of Cricket breaks out after 10pm curfew in Peckham street

Described as "sweet and exuberant moment of joy", the participants gathered by Peckham Rye Station with a bat and ball, surrounded by...