France relaxes some COVID-19 school measures, and potentially the world’s worst Zoom meeting
From today in France, the Covid-19 rules in primary schools are being relaxed. But with cases continuing to rise, the move is worrying some parents and teachers. Meanwhile, the UK is bringing in new restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus, as the public mood grows more critical of the government. Finally, we take a look at reactions to the UN General Assembly's 75th session - a virtual event which is also being called the world's worst Zoom meeting.
'Flying car' SD-03, gets off ground with one person aboard in Japan
A Japanese venture company, SkyDrive has successfully conducted a test flight of an experimental flying car with one person on board.
Covid-19: Nigerian's level of compliance to NCDC safety protocol
As the world continues to battle the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, health experts and the NCDC have advised the compulsory use of face masks as an additional layer of physical distancing to help block the spread of respiratory droplets from person to person.
Boko Haram recruiting fresh members, targeting IDPs- Gov. Zulum, Acting UNILAG VC Soyombo steps down and more
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Here is the World's first under screen camera smartphone
ZTE is currently working on launching the world's first smartphone an under-screen camera on September 1. The Axon 20 5G will be the first “mass-produced” smartphone with the new in-display selfie camera. That means the phone will have no notch or punch-hole cut-out, making the device bezel-less.
Belgrade zoo marks 83 years with Muja, world's oldest captive alligator
Muja has lived through multiple bombing campaigns and several countries -- all while never leaving a tiny pool in Belgrade's zoo for 83 years, making him the world's oldest captive alligator. While zookeepers don't know his exact hatch day, the reptile arrived in Belgrade this week in August of 1937 from a German zoo. He officially became the world's oldest captive alligator when Moscow zoo's famous Saturn, born in 1936, died in May.
$1.5M face mask for sale
An Israeli jewelry company is working on what it says will be the world’s most expensive face mask against the coronavirus. The gold and diamond-encrusted face mask will be yours with a price tag of $1.5 million.
Covid-19: Sallah 2020 Eid-el-Kabir to hold under strict conditions over the world
This year's Sallah celebration will hold under strict conditions all over the world. The celebration always falls on the 10th day of Dhu-Hijjah and lasts for two days. This year, Sallah will go down in history because there won't be any celebration.
Nigeria to reopen secondary schools on August 4, 2020 WASSCE to begin August 17, Google not opening
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