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A Nigerian, Okonjo-Iweala Resumes Work Today As WTO DG (photo)

A former Minister of Finance in Nigeria, Mrs Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has been appointed as the new Director-General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). With her...
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    A woman undergoes a liver transplant after a nose piercing infection led to serious health problems

    A woman had to undergo a liver transplant after a nose piercing infection led to a life-threatening condition. Dana Smith, 37, got a nose piercing...

    Tiger Woods temporarily loses memory due to car crash

    Golf legend, Tiger Woods reportedly has no memory of the car accident that left him with leg injures and unaware of how badly injured...

    Pope Francis appoints new doctor as he has lost the previous one to covid19

    Pope Francis has appointed a new personal doctor weeks after the previous one died from Covid-19. The 84-year-old pontiff picked professor Roberto Bernabei, an expert...

    Ghana’s first batch of COVID19 vaccines arrives (photos)

    Ghana received its first batch of COVID19 vaccines on Wednesday February 24. The Disease Surveillance Department of Ghana's Health Service shared photos of the consignment...

    Argentina’s public prosecutor’s office to decide on Diego Maradona’s death on March 8

    Argentina's public prosecutor's office will convene a medical board on March 8 to decide whether the late football legend Diego Maradona was given proper...

    China designed secret cages to breed bats for coronavirus experiments in Wuhan – New report

    A Chinese lab in Wuhan, investigated by the World Health Organization over the origins of Covid-19 reportedly designed secret cages for breeding bats for...

    Fresh Ebola outbreak looming in Nigeria, NCDC warns

    The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) says Nigeria is at a "moderate risk" of fresh outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease, In an update on...

    Saudi Arabia shuts public spaces for 10 days amid spike in COVID-19 infections

    Saudi Arabia on Thursday February 4, shut down entertainment centres including cinemas and suspended dine-in services at restaurants for 10 days amid a spike...

    Sniffer dogs have been trained to detect coronavirus with 94% accuracy from saliva

    A German veterinary clinic has reportedly trained sniffer dogs to detect coronavirus in human saliva samples with 94% accuracy. The dogs are conditioned to pick...

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