Fire delays opening Lagos/Ibadan outbound lane, Resident doctors suspend strike and more
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Nigeria runs a large, expensive government — Osinbajo, APC ward lifts Oshiomhole's suspension and more
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Australia Cyberattack: PM Morrison blames 'state-based' actor
Australia's Prime minister Scott Morrison says his country is under a broad cyberattack from a "state-based actor" targeting government, public services and businesses, but declines to name the suspect(s) at this stage. China, Iran, Israel, North Korea, Russia, the United States and a number of European countries are known to have developed advanced cyberwarfare capabilities. But suspicions immediately fell on Beijing, which has clashed repeatedly with Canberra as it looks to increase the cost of Australia speaking out against Communist Party interests.
Messaging apps spark heartbreak and private investigations in China
WeChat and other platforms have helped revolutionise inter-personal relations in China, but are also blamed for adding to growing strain on Chinese marriages by making it easier to flirt with potential new partners.
China-India border: Beijing wants 'no more clashes'
China says it does not want to see any more clashes on the border with India after fighting that killed at least 20 Indian soldiers. Meanwhile, India is awaiting the response of nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Nigeria records 717 rape cases in five months - IG, Woman Delivered Of Twins Dies Of COVID-19 In Imo and more
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Twitter removes state-linked accounts used by China, Russia and Turkey
Twitter said the accounts were part of a network used to push propaganda, attack critics of the government and spread misinformation. A majority of the accounts were linked to China.
What future for cars? Covid-19 sparks calls for switch to electric
Can Europe's carmakers trade in their old business model without crushing jobs? As Renault talks of plant closures, François Picard's panel examines conditions for a €5 billion bailout from the state and whether what many consider an overdue reckoning for the industry will indeed accelerate the switch to electric vehicles. "Industrial sovereignty" becomes the buzzword as the planet turns from fossil fuels to batteries to power motors... batteries most often made nowadays in China.
COVID-19 cases in Africa pass 150,000, Court orders release of Orji Kalu from jail and more
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