Saturday, 3rd December 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

The 6 dirtiest things in your home

By Reuters
14 March 2020   |   11:00 am
The 6 Dirtiest Things in Your Home Most of the germs we encounter are found in our homes. Here are 6 spots in your home you may want to give an extra scrub. 1. Kitchen sponge 2. Video game controller 3. Coffee Reservoir 4. Cutting board 5. Smartphone 6. Purses

Related

12 Sep 2021
A report by Amnesty International contradicts some governments' views that Syria is now safe to return for refugees. Returnees have faced detainment, torture, disappearance, and sexual violence.
8 Sep 2021
At a compound set to host attendees of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, a few hundred Afghan refugees await their fate, hoping they will be accepted in Europe or America. Some like Ahmad Wali Sarhadi, who hasn’t spoken to his wife and five children since he left them behind in Kandahar, have no idea what lies ahead.
13 Sep 2021
Taliban fighters have taken over the glitzy Kabul mansion belonging to the warlord and fugitive ex-vice president Abdul Rashid Dostum.
15 Sep 2021
In a makeshift training centre at Kabul airport, dozens of dogs that were left behind during last month's chaotic evacuations from Afghanistan have found a new home -- and new handlers.
20 Sep 2021
Paris Saint-Germain fans say he 'waited a long time' to witness football star Lionel Messi's home debut on Sunday's Ligue 1 game, played against Lyon. Messi was taken off part way through the match and substitute Icardi headed in a cross at the death to secure a win that looked unlikely for long spells.
30 Sep 2021
The price of electricity in Spain has skyrocketed in recent months, leaving some consumers with difficult choices to make about their spending. The Spanish government has announced measures including a VAT cut and a windfall tax on energy company profits to try to combat the price increases, which have been triggered by the rising price of gas. Also today, the troubled Chinese property developer Evergrande faces a major debt deadline.
4 Oct 2021
Dancers in angel and demon costumes perform the "Diablada" or Dance of the Devils, the central dance at Bolivia's world-famous Oruro carnival, during the first parade held in the city since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
5 Oct 2021
Marines from the battalion that suffered ten casualties - nine marines and one sailor - in the August 26 Kabul airport terrorist attack return to their home base of Camp Pendleton, California.
17 Oct 2021
8 amazing home remedies to get rid of dark spots
18 Oct 2021
A young Congolese designed a wind turbine in his parents’ backyard in Kinshasa. It generates enough electricity for his household. Now, Francy Kalonji plans to expand production to supply his neighbors with electricity.
22 Oct 2021
US federal authorities have searched the home of Putin ally and billionaire Oleg Deripaska, in what the FBI described as court authorized "law enforcement activity."
25 Oct 2021
Kenyan runner Agnes Tirop, a rising star in Kenya's athletics scene, was buried on Saturday (October 23) at a funeral attended by more than 1,000 people. Tirop was found stabbed to death in her home in the Rift Valley town of Iten on October 13, in an incident that has shone the spotlight on violence against women in Kenya. Her funeral was held on the day she would have turned 26, the Vicar presiding over her funeral service noted.