Governor Seyi Makinde tests positive for coronavirus, Five coronavirus patients discharged in Lagos, Nigeria and many more
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30 March 2020 | 9:16 pm
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Eight people are being investigated for possible misconduct after a fire at a migrant facility in Mexico left 39 people dead.
The death of a popular rapper has prompted many young people in Mozambique to protest against the country's problems. The Mozambican state and the ruling FRELIMO party are responding with repression.
After widespread concern over the pontiff's health, the Vatican said he will attend the Easter mass. Francis was hospitalized just weeks after his tenth anniversary as the head of the Catholic Church.
Italy's data privacy watchdog said it was taking the temporary action "until ChatGPT respects privacy."
A massive storm system that brought numerous tornadoes has killed at least 21 people across the United States. High winds are still expected as the storms move northeast.
Bangladesh's elite counter-terrorism force is committing extrajudicial killings, DW and Netra News reveal in a new investigation. High-ranking officials are approving the executions, according to insiders.
Following a foreign exchange auction at the end of last week, Nigeria's naira currency hit a record low on Monday as the central bank grapples with dollar scarcity and a backlog of demand for foreign currency.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has criticised Florida governor and Republican presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis as being "anti-business" and "anti-Florida". The comments are part of an ongoing feud between the entertainment giant and DeSantis that started when Disney voiced its opposition to a state law banning education on LGBT issues in schools.
A shocking video captured by CCTV shows moments a massive explosion in one of the washing machines at a laundromat, which blows up the entire building, in Galician city of La Coruna, Spain. The explosion took places moments after a man left the premises.
Gunmen in Nigeria's northern Kaduna state kidnapped eight secondary school students coming from school along with an unknown number of others, authorities said on Tuesday, the latest in a wave of such abductions.
As Nigeria's Central Bank tries to rebuild trust following a disastrous introduction of new naira bills, customers' faith in the financial system is being tested, as many still battle to obtain cash.
Rail crosses are to be protected by road traffic, light signals, and full lifting barriers on each side of the railway alongside an audible warning to pedestrians and drivers to avoid accidents. GuardianTV explains why railway barriers are important.
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