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Zulum Storms IDP Camp At Midnight, Discovers 650 ‘Ghost Households’

      Around midnight on Sunday, Borno Governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum showed up at Mohammed Goni College of Islamic Legal Studies, MOGOCOLIS, in Maiduguri, where internally displaced persons from Abadam local government area of northern Borno were being camped. Zulum immediately sealed entrance and supervise a headcount to identify actual IDPs, in order …

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Merkel’s Party Slumps On COVID-19 Woes As German Polls Loom

In this file photo taken on August 31, 2015 German Chancellor Angela Merkel addresses a press conference in Berlin stating “We can do this!” on the controversial decision to open Germany’s doors to tens of thousands of migrants. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)   With just a week to go before two key regional …

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Five Killed Following Boy’s Death In Senegal

A Senegalese Gendarme patrols and clears the streets of Dakar after supporters of Senegal’s opposition leader Ousmane Sonko gathered and violent protests broke out in the capital, on March 3, 2021.   A schoolboy was killed during a protest in southern Senegal at the weekend, officials said as several days of unrest in the West …

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France Winger Villiere To Undergo Surgery And Miss Six Nations

  France winger Gabin Villiere will miss the last three rounds of the Six Nations after injuring a hand playing in the Top 14, his club Toulon said on Sunday. Toulon said Villiere would undergo surgery later Sunday and be out for at least six weeks. He sustained the injury as Toulon beat Racing 92 …

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Israeli 5-Minute Battery Charge Aims To Fire Up Electric Cars

A display promoting fast charging batteries is pictured at the Israeli startup StoreDot headquarters in the coastal city of Herziliya on February 16, 2021. (Photo by Emmanuel DUNAND / AFP)   From flat battery to full charge in just five minutes — an Israeli start-up has developed technology it says could eliminate the “range anxiety” …

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Global Players Brainstorm To Boost COVID-19 Vaccine Output

A health worker prepares a dose of Chinese-made Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine in Belgrade Fair turned into a vaccination centre, on February 4, 2021. Andrej ISAKOVIC / AFP   Global players are gathering online from Monday to brainstorm ways to rapidly boost vaccine production and fight a still-virulent coronavirus that has hobbled the world for 14 …

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Ethiopia Gears Up For COVID-19 Vaccine Drive As First Doses Arrive

Photo: HAZEM BADER / AFP   Ethiopia on Sunday received its first 2.2 million doses of vaccine against the coronavirus, and officials in Africa’s second most populous country said the first jabs would be administered in the coming days. The doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, manufactured by the Serum Institute of India, were allocated under …

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