Africa’s confirmed cases pass 3.1m – Africa CDC, Trump faces historic second impeachment vote and more
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NCDC urges caution as COVID-19 cases increase in Nigeria, Anthony Joshua and Kubrat Pulev erupt at fiery weigh-in
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UK: Boris Johnson self-isolates as Brexit talks enter last leg
The British prime minister has taken the precautionary measure after coming in contact with a lawmaker who has since tested positive for COVID-19. The news comes as Britain and the EU hope to clinch a last-minute deal.
Coronavirus: Major incident declared as thousands descend on British beaches
People have been urged to stay away from British beaches as thousands flocked to the Dorset coast and a major incident was declared in the town of Bournemouth. The UK is experiencing its hottest day of the year so far.
Music show: Powerful solo debut from Savages frontwoman Jehnny Beth
Camille Berthomier, better known by her stage name Jehnny Beth, has made a name for herself leading the critically acclaimed, all-female British punk band Savages and now she's going solo. Her powerful debut album "To Love Is to Live" was released on June 12. FRANCE 24's Florence Villeminot checked in with her to talk about the record, which features raw honesty and chaotic sounds. Also, we look at new releases from American folk hero Bob Dylan, plus John Legend and Nicki Minaj.
Madeleine McCann: Prosecutors probe link between suspect and missing German girl
The suspect in the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann may have been involved in a similar crime in Germany. A 5 year-old went missing near her home in 2015.
House of Reps denies distributing 360 exotic cars, NNPC, 34 partners donate $30m to support FG's COVID-19 and more
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Violinist plays while getting tumour removed from brain to maintain musical skills
A British woman, Dagmar Turner, 53, went under the knife at King’s College Hospital in London to have a dangerous tumour removed from her brain. The complicated brain surgery saw her play her beloved violin through part of the operation, as requested by the doctors to preserve her kills.
UK car output sinks in run-up to Brexit
British car production has fallen to its lowest level in almost a decade, with the trade body warning of the dangers of Brexit. Meanwhile, French customs make preparations at ports for the UK's exit from the EU. Also, British companies react to the government's position on Huawei in 5G networks, and the global economy grapples with the impact of the coronavirus on business.
UK will not align with EU rules after Brexit, says finance minister
Finance Minister Sajid Javid urged firms to "adjust" to the reality of Brexit. British firms have warned about "huge" costs and disruption should the UK not reach a trade deal by the end of this year's transition phase.