International

Western Media slammed for using images of black people for monkey pox

The Foreign Press Association Africa has slammed media outlets using images of black people with the stories of the monkeypox outbreak in North America and the United Kingdom. Last week a number 0f countries in Europe reported the outbreak of Monkeypox but most of black people alongside the stories of this outbreak. OUR STATEMENT: The […]

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International

Monkeypox spreads across Europe

The outbreak is of the West African sub-type of the virus, which causes generally mild symptoms including a fever, muscle aches and pains, and a rash that blisters and then scabs over, has made its way to Europe. The first case reported in the UK, was on 5 May, from an individual who had recently […]

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International

Putin plans to hold ‘direct line’ news conference

Dmitry Peskov, Kremlin spokesperson has reported Russia’s president Vladimir Putin, plans to hold his traditional annual “direct line” news conference with the Russian public this year. Peskov however did not indicate when it would take place, but said “preliminary preparations were under way”, according to Russian state news agency Tass. According to Tass, last year […]

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International Politics

21-year-old Russian soldier admits to killing Ukrainian civilian

Russian soldier, 21-year-old, Vadim Shishimarin, made an appearance at the Kyiv district court on Wednesday and pleaded guilty to murdering a 62-year-old civilian in northeastern Ukraine in the first war crimes trial of the conflict. This case happens to hold a huge symbolic value to Ukraine. Shishimarin was the tank commander, took part in the […]

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Employment International

McDonald Leaves Russia After 30 Years

After serving Russia for 30 years, McDonald permanently leaves Russia, closing all its 850 restaurants in the country in March that had 62,000 employees. The decision is said to be caused by “the humanitarian crisis” in Ukraine and an “unpredictable operating environment” that McDonald’s said had made doing business in Russia “no longer tenable.” The […]

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International Politics

Violent Outbreak Disrupts The Funeral Of Palestinian Journalist, Shireen Abu Akleh

The funeral service of Shireen Abu Akleh, a former Al Jazeera journalist who was killed by a gunshot to the head two days prior, erupted into catastrophic violence and mayhem. Videos of the funeral procession shared by Al Jazeera provide disturbing visuals of a conflict breaking out between Israeli riot police and hordes of mourners. […]

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International Politics

Ambassador Sergey Andreev Shamed by Protesters

“Protesters splashed red liquid onto Russia’s ambassador to Poland on Monday as diplomats visited a Warsaw cemetery and memorial complex.” The Russian Ambassador Sergey Andreev received an embarrassing welcome from protesters, along with other diplomats. The group attended a memorial ceremony in honour of the Red Army soldiers killed in World War II. Protesters unexpectedly […]

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International

Is Elon Musk battling depression?

Mental health is the biggest issue that the world is facing right now. This leads to depression and claiming people’s lives by suicide. The study conducted by Word Health Organization has proven that men are most likely to commit suicide than women. Elon musk who is a billionaire, CEO of Tesla and an owner of […]

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Entertainment International

Elon mocks Donald Trump Truth App

Yesterday, Elon Musk, the new owner of mega social media company Twitter Inc. released an array of tweets which sent social media users into a frenzy. The erratic tweets seemed to confirm the fears held by Twitter’s most vulnerable groups – that Musk intends to remove any form of censorship platform, in favour of totally […]

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International

First known human case of H3N8 bird flu

First known human case of H3N8 bird flu was detected and confirmed in Beijing, China On Tuesday. This is the first known human case of the avain flu. Avain flu is a type of influenza that is spread among birds. A four year old boy tested positive with bird flu. The family believes he may […]

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