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South Africa: Police Record 2,300 Gender-Based Violence Complaints in First Week of Lockdown - Not 87,000

[Africa Check] High rates of gender-based violence are a huge concern for South Africa.
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South Africa: Police Record 2,300 Gender-Based Violence Complaints in First Week of Lockdown - Not 87,000

[Africa Check] High rates of gender-based violence are a huge concern for South Africa.

Ethiopia: Govt's Emergency Decree to Stay for Five Months

[Addis Fortune] The state of emergency Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) announced today will remain enforced for five months, according to informed people within the administration.
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Ethiopia: Govt's Emergency Decree to Stay for Five Months

[Addis Fortune] The state of emergency Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) announced today will remain enforced for five months, according to informed people within the administration.

L'obésité : un facteur aggravant du coronavirus

France infos révèle que le profil des patients en réanimation à cause du Covid-19, qui a fait plus de 10 000 morts en France concerne dans la grande majorité des personnes en surpoids.
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L'obésité : un facteur aggravant du coronavirus

France infos révèle que le profil des patients en réanimation à cause du Covid-19, qui a fait plus de 10 000 morts en France concerne dans la grande majorité des personnes en surpoids.

CNN spreads the blame around as Democrats block Senate effort to pour more cash into small business relief program

A Senate bill to add $251 billion to the emergency small business coronavirus stimulus program met with opposition from Democrats, who tried to tack on their own agenda – but CNN did its best to cover for its political “team.” Read Full Article at RT.co
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CNN spreads the blame around as Democrats block Senate effort to pour more cash into small business relief program

A Senate bill to add $251 billion to the emergency small business coronavirus stimulus program met with opposition from Democrats, who tried to tack on their own agenda – but CNN did its best to cover for its political “team.” Read Full Article at RT.com

Over 300,000 Canadians may die from Covid-19 in case of ‘no control effort’ – report

The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued a report detailing the possible best and worst-case scenarios of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the most grim projections saying the death toll could go into tens of thousands. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Over 300,000 Canadians may die from Covid-19 in case of ‘no control effort’ – report

The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued a report detailing the possible best and worst-case scenarios of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the most grim projections saying the death toll could go into tens of thousands. Read Full Article at RT.com

Chad: Chad Can't Take Glory for Nigeria's War Efforts, Says Military

[This Day] Nigeria's Military High Command wednesday declared that the Republic of Chad cannot take the glory for Nigeria's war efforts in the 10-year-long insurgency war in the North-east and the Lake Chad Basin.
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Chad: Chad Can't Take Glory for Nigeria's War Efforts, Says Military

[This Day] Nigeria's Military High Command wednesday declared that the Republic of Chad cannot take the glory for Nigeria's war efforts in the 10-year-long insurgency war in the North-east and the Lake Chad Basin.

Rwanda: Kwibuka 26 - Arsenal Joins Rwanda in Commemoration

[New Times] Arsenal Football Club on Wednesday, April 08, joined Rwanda in commemorating the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi that claimed over a million lives.
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Rwanda: Kwibuka 26 - Arsenal Joins Rwanda in Commemoration

[New Times] Arsenal Football Club on Wednesday, April 08, joined Rwanda in commemorating the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi that claimed over a million lives.

Burundi: Football Team Plays Through Coronavirus Threat

[VOA] Burundi's national football club is continuing its pursuit of a championship, despite the deadly risk posed by the global spread of the coronavirus.
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Burundi: Football Team Plays Through Coronavirus Threat

[VOA] Burundi's national football club is continuing its pursuit of a championship, despite the deadly risk posed by the global spread of the coronavirus.

Russian antitrust watchdog will check information on food prices hikes

The regulator noted that it had switched to daily monitoring of prices in retail chains and online stores following the change of the economic situation
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Russian antitrust watchdog will check information on food prices hikes

The regulator noted that it had switched to daily monitoring of prices in retail chains and online stores following the change of the economic situation

International Shooting Sport Federation moves Running Target World Championship to 2021

Late last month, the ISSF announced that two European championships this summer have been cancelled as a preventive measure against the ongoing global spread of COVID-19
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International Shooting Sport Federation moves Running Target World Championship to 2021

Late last month, the ISSF announced that two European championships this summer have been cancelled as a preventive measure against the ongoing global spread of COVID-19

Oil demand may continue declining, says Russian Energy Minister

Russia is concerned of the increase in commercial oil inventories and the possibility of complete filling of oil storages, Alexander Novak said
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Oil demand may continue declining, says Russian Energy Minister

Russia is concerned of the increase in commercial oil inventories and the possibility of complete filling of oil storages, Alexander Novak said

No10 under pressure to explain Priti Patel's absence from coronavirus press conferences

Downing Street is under growing pressure to explain the continued absence of Priti Patel from the government's daily coronavirus press conferences.
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No10 under pressure to explain Priti Patel's absence from coronavirus press conferences

Downing Street is under growing pressure to explain the continued absence of Priti Patel from the government's daily coronavirus press conferences.

Coronavirus: There are THREE types and virus may be mutating

Methods used to trace the prehistoric migration of ancient humans was adapted by researchers at the University of Cambridge to track the spread of SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.
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Coronavirus: There are THREE types and virus may be mutating

Methods used to trace the prehistoric migration of ancient humans was adapted by researchers at the University of Cambridge to track the spread of SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.

Emily Maitlis blasts claims that coronavirus is a 'great leveller' of rich and poor

BBC Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis claimed those most at risk of catching the coronavirus in Britain are in low-paid jobs such as bus drivers, nurses and care home workers
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Emily Maitlis blasts claims that coronavirus is a 'great leveller' of rich and poor

BBC Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis claimed those most at risk of catching the coronavirus in Britain are in low-paid jobs such as bus drivers, nurses and care home workers

Italy reaches grim coronavirus milestone as 100th doctor dies of the disease 

The Italian doctors' federation, FNOMCEO, said today that the number of doctors who had died of coronavirus could be as high as 101. It is estimated that 30 nurses and nursing assistants have also died.
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Italy reaches grim coronavirus milestone as 100th doctor dies of the disease 

The Italian doctors' federation, FNOMCEO, said today that the number of doctors who had died of coronavirus could be as high as 101. It is estimated that 30 nurses and nursing assistants have also died.

WhatsApp group admin will be held responsible if members forward any hate or fake message on COVID-19

The Maharashtra State Cyber Cell has advised the Group admin of WhatsApp group to be careful and be safe while its members post any forwarded messages on the group related to COVID-19. The cyber police have asked the Group Admin to change the settings to Admi
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WhatsApp group admin will be held responsible if members forward any hate or fake message on COVID-19

The Maharashtra State Cyber Cell has advised the Group admin of WhatsApp group to be careful and be safe while its members post any forwarded messages on the group related to COVID-19. The cyber police have asked the Group Admin to change the settings to Admin mode only.

Lockdown! Siberian slapping champ Dumpling takes on Brazilian MMA beast in brutal JAIL face-off (VIDEO)

The Russian Slapping Championships has taken lockdown literally and in a bizarre and brutal twist pitted its champ ‘Dumpling’ against Brazilian MMA beast 'Zuluzinho' in a slap match set in prison for a cash prize. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Lockdown! Siberian slapping champ Dumpling takes on Brazilian MMA beast in brutal JAIL face-off (VIDEO)

The Russian Slapping Championships has taken lockdown literally and in a bizarre and brutal twist pitted its champ ‘Dumpling’ against Brazilian MMA beast 'Zuluzinho' in a slap match set in prison for a cash prize. Read Full Article at RT.com

'He wanted to touch the ball again': Zlatan dodges Italy lockdown and trains with Swedish club he co-owns (PHOTOS)

While Italy is under lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has trained with Hammarby – the Swedish club at the centre of the controversy that saw his statue torn down at first club Malmo. Read Full Article at RT.com
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'He wanted to touch the ball again': Zlatan dodges Italy lockdown and trains with Swedish club he co-owns (PHOTOS)

While Italy is under lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has trained with Hammarby – the Swedish club at the centre of the controversy that saw his statue torn down at first club Malmo. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Cautious hope’: Merkel says Germany’s Covid-19 curve is ‘flattening’, relaxing of lockdown might begin soon

Berlin could discuss easing restrictions on businesses and public life as early as next week, Chancellor Angela Merkel said, adding that progress has been made in the coronavirus fight but warning it could yet prove fleeting. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Cautious hope’: Merkel says Germany’s Covid-19 curve is ‘flattening’, relaxing of lockdown might begin soon

Berlin could discuss easing restrictions on businesses and public life as early as next week, Chancellor Angela Merkel said, adding that progress has been made in the coronavirus fight but warning it could yet prove fleeting. Read Full Article at RT.com

'Most of the men are your enemies': one woman's crusade in Somalia

The long, black hem of Ibado Mohammed Abdulle’s diya drags in the sand, creating mini tornadoes of dust under her sandals.
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'Most of the men are your enemies': one woman's crusade in Somalia

The long, black hem of Ibado Mohammed Abdulle’s diya drags in the sand, creating mini tornadoes of dust under her sandals.

Mogadishu Mayor contradicts govt’, says ‘many have died’ of COVID-19

MOGADISHU (HOL) - Banaadir Governor Omar Filish has warned the spread of COVID-19 could be higher in Mogadishu than the official reports by the government noting ‘many people have died’.
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Mogadishu Mayor contradicts govt’, says ‘many have died’ of COVID-19

MOGADISHU (HOL) - Banaadir Governor Omar Filish has warned the spread of COVID-19 could be higher in Mogadishu than the official reports by the government noting ‘many people have died’.

Total mess. Shut down public transport. Listen to the measures: Seychellois sound off on stay-at-home order

Citizens and businesses have diverse views on the shut down of non-essential services in Seychelles for 21 days from Thursday to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Despite strict restrictions on the movement of people, the capital Victoria still had many circu
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Total mess. Shut down public transport. Listen to the measures: Seychellois sound off on stay-at-home order

Citizens and businesses have diverse views on the shut down of non-essential services in Seychelles for 21 days from Thursday to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Despite strict restrictions on the movement of people, the capital Victoria still had many circulating on Thursday, when SNA took to the streets to get the views of people and businesses. Marie-Andre Alcindor, who lives in the central district of Roche, said she welcomes the new measures. «We need to understand that there are things that are out of our control and we need to come down to run a few errands. But we should not linger around for long,» she told SNA. Alcindor added that «people should listen to measures put forth by the Ministry of Health and if things go worse the 21 days of self-confinement should be extended.» The new measures came after a 26-year-old Seychellois man who works as a ground handling staff at Seychelles' international airport tested positive for the virus on Monday. Daniel Quatre, who works for the Seychelles Public Transport Corporation (SPTC), said that the measures are not working at all and believes that public transport should be shut down completely for the measures to be more effective. Quatre said public transportation should be shut down for the measures to be more effective. ((Daniel Laurence, Seychelles News Agency) Photo License: CC-BY «We need to close down all shops in Victoria, be it essential or not. If this is not done people will still be moving around and it will be difficult to control. It will add more work for the police,» said Quatre, who comes from the central district of Mont Fleuri.   On the order to stay home for 21 days, Quatre said: «it will make us more resilient and find ways to adapt to changes.» A shopkeeper, Micheal Morel, said there are no clear directives being given by the authority. «This is a total mess. The last directive given by the authority was that shops selling essential commodities will remain open until 6.30 p.m.  Now they are pressuring us to close down.» Josie Chetty, the owner of Health World Pharmacy, a business which falls under essential services, said that she expects people to continuously come to the pharmacy to purchase medication. «Keeping the business open during this point in time is very essential as it cuts back on people needing to go to government health services for medication to treat minor ailments. However we are enforcing social distancing to everyone surging through our doors,» she said. Chetty added that she has come up with a new plan using her Facebook page. «I stay at Aux Cap and I am selling people medication residing from my place all along to Anse Royale, using my own transport without additional cost. We need to take into account our elders that cannot go out,» she told SNA. While the retailers selling food items and pharmacies are still open, the measures put in place are having a major impact on non-essential businesses that have to shut down. The owner of a hairdressing salon, Stacy Dingwall, said that before the announcement of the new measures her business was getting clients. «Now it has gone bad to worse. It is a nightmare. We have our rental to pay. Workers are covered as the government will cover their salaries for three months. We are going to close down for 21 days and basically we will not get any revenue for a whole month. As employers or business owners we are not being covered,» said Dingwall. When making the announcement on the restriction of people's movement, Jude Gedeon, Public Health Commissioner said, «The principal objective of the measures is to break the transmission chain. So we have to stop people from circulating, detect those infected and remove them from circulation.»

There are THREE separate types of coronavirus

Methods used to trace the prehistoric migration of ancient humans was adapted by researchers at the University of Cambridge to track the spread of SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.
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There are THREE separate types of coronavirus

Methods used to trace the prehistoric migration of ancient humans was adapted by researchers at the University of Cambridge to track the spread of SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.

Boris Johnson is making 'positive steps forward' in his recovery from coronavirus says Dominic Raab

Providing the regular update on the Prime Minister's health after he spend a third night in intensive care at St Thomas's Hospital, he said the leader remained 'in good spirits'.
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Boris Johnson is making 'positive steps forward' in his recovery from coronavirus says Dominic Raab

Providing the regular update on the Prime Minister's health after he spend a third night in intensive care at St Thomas's Hospital, he said the leader remained 'in good spirits'.

Fit and healthy Uber driver died from coronavirus after woman 'repeatedly coughed' in his cab 

Ayub Akhtar, from Norwood in south London, was just 33 years old when he died of coronavirus last Friday.
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Fit and healthy Uber driver died from coronavirus after woman 'repeatedly coughed' in his cab 

Ayub Akhtar, from Norwood in south London, was just 33 years old when he died of coronavirus last Friday.

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