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Nigeria is missing as the United Kingdom (UK) relaxed its COVID-19 vaccine policy for more than 50 countries. This means that fully vaccinated Nigerians travelling to UK still need to self-isolate for 10 days. Nigerian

US President Joe Biden offered his congratulations Monday to Japan’s new Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, saying the “historic partnership” between the two nations will help them face the world’s ongoing challenges. “The US-Japan Alliance

Grace Mugabe, the widow of Zimbabwe’s longtime former ruler Robert Mugabe, has challenged a court order to exhume her husband’s remains for reburial at a national shrine, court papers showed Monday. Mugabe was buried

Some 3,000 paedophiles have operated inside the French Catholic Church since 1950, the head of an independent commission investigating the scandal said days ahead of the release of its report. The commission’s research uncovered

US President Joe Biden’s administration called on a federal judge Friday to swiftly block a new law that bans most abortions in Texas and has raised concerns about women’s curtailed access to care. The

World Bank President David Malpass, in Sudan on Thursday for the first visit in nearly 40 years by a head of the development body, praised the country’s reforms but cautioned against “political slippages”. A

A Rwandan court on Thursday sentenced a prominent YouTube commentator and genocide survivor to 15 years in prison for “inciting violence” after she hit out at President Paul Kagame on her channel. Yvonne Idamange

Mamady Doumbouya, a special forces colonel who led a coup in the West African state of Guinea on September, will be sworn in as interim president on Friday, the authorities say. Doumbouya will be

A former deputy speaker in Malawi on Thursday shot himself in the head inside parliament, where he had gone for a meeting, parliament said. Clement Chiwaya, who was 50, killed himself inside the parliament

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Over a dozen children have died of malnutrition in the last six months in Afghanistan’s western Ghor province, local health authorities said on Monday. “About 300 children suffering from malnutrition have been taken to

The Super Eagles striker opened the scoring to help the Parthenopeans stretch their perfect league start with a comfortable home win Victor Osimhen continued his fine goalscoring run with his fourth Serie A goal

At least 50 Huthi rebels and Yemeni pro-government troops have been killed as fighting intensifies for the city of Marib, a key battleground of the seven-year conflict, military sources said on Sunday. Hundreds of

At least three people were killed and dozens more injured when a US train derailed Saturday afternoon in northern Montana, with rescuers rushing to safely evacuate everyone on board. Around 141 passengers and 16

The head of Chad’s military junta, Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, on Friday named 93 members of a new interim parliament, five months after declaring himself leader following the death of his father Idriss

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