Update: Trump Tests Negative For Coronavirus As U.S Expands Europe

Following concerns over the exposure of the President of America, Mr Donald Trump, to a disease that has paralyzed the globe, his Physician, Dr Sean Conley has said the President tested negative for the novel coronavirus. Mr Trump agreed to the test after coming in contact with several members of a Brazilian presidential delegation visiting […]

Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 3,000 As Second Man Dies In

The global death toll from the new coronavirus epidemic has surpassed 3,000, after dozens more died at its epicentre in China and cases soared around the world, with a second fatality on US soil. Channels TV reports that the virus has now infected more than 89,000 people and spread to over 60 countries after first […]

U.S Peace Deal With Taliban ‘Very Close’ – Trump

President Donald Trump has said the United States is “very close” to a peace deal with the Taliban guerrillas in Afghanistan. Speaking on Geraldo Rivera’s “Roadkill” radio show o’n Thursday, February 13, 2020, President Trump said: “I think we’re very close. I think there’s a good chance that we’ll have a deal and we’ll see.” […]

World Leaders Mourn Kenya’s Ex-President Moi

Many world leaders including African Heads of State have commiserated with the Kenyan people following the death of its longest-serving President Daniel Moi, who passed on at a Nairobi Hospital. Leaders across the world have sent their condolences to Kenya and the family of the late former President Moi who died on Tuesday morning, February 4, […]

Eight People Dead In U.S Boat Dock Blaze

Eight people were killed in a late-night fire that swept through docked boats on a lake in the southern U.S State of Alabama, the local fire chief said Monday. T he fire chief of Scottsboro, Alabama “At this point, I can confirm eight fatalities,” said Gene Necklaus, t, a town of 14,000 on the banks […]

29 People Killed By Lassa Fever, 195 Infected – FG

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has disclosed that 29 deaths and 195 confirmed cases of Lassa fever have been reported in 11 States. The Director-General, NCDC, Dr Chikwe Ihekweazu, who disclosed this in a statement in Abuja, explained that the current figures were as of Friday, January 24, 2020. Dr Ihekweazu said out of […]

U.S Confirms Second Case Of Coronavirus

A second case of the deadly new strain of coronavirus sweeping China has been confirmed in the U.S., health officials said on Friday. A person who returned to the U.S. state of Illinois from Wuhan in central China, where the outbreak originated, is the second to be diagnosed with the new strain in the U.S., […]

Libya Warlords Meet In Moscow To Sign Ceasefire Deal

The heads of Libya’s warring sides met in Moscow to sign a ceasefire deal ending nine months of heavy fighting. The meeting follows a diplomatic push by Turkey and Russia, which is keen to bolster its status as a powerbroker in the Middle East and step into a diplomatic void left by what observers see […]

U.S Condemns Latest Missile Attack On Iraqi Base

U.S Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo says he was “outraged” by another missile attack on an Iraqi air base where U.S forces have been stationed, as neighboring Iran signalled a wish to de-escalate tensions. “Outraged by reports of another rocket attack on an Iraqi airbase,” Pompeo tweeted. “These continued violations of Iraq’s sovereignty by groups […]

Trump’s Iraq Sanctions Threat ‘Not Very Helpful’ – Germany

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has said President Trump’s threat to slap sanctions on Iraq should Baghdad expel U.S troops based there “is not very helpful’. “I don’t think you can convince Iraq with threats, but with arguments,” Maas told Deutschlandfunk radio on Monday, January 6, 2020, warning that years-long efforts to rebuild Iraq “could […]