India's First International News Journal

India's First International News Journal

Sunday, September, 25, 2022

Topic: South Africa

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The coronavirus has already claimed more than 500,000 lives worldwide

According to the reports based on official sources at least, 10,063,319 were infected of which 500,108 have died, particularly in Europe, the most affected...

Renaissance Dam conflict, Egypt and Ethiopia agreed to postpone

Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia agreed, on Friday, to postpone filling the Renaissance Dam, until a final legal agreement binding on all parties regarding the...

The first African country to cross the barrier of 10 thousand infected with Coronavirus

South Africa has become the first African country to cross the 10,000-point marker of coronavirus infection, after it registered, on Sunday, May 10, 595...

Colombia: association denounces slanderous article on Western Sahara

The Colombian Association of Friends of the Saharawi People (Acaps) denounced information contained in a slanderous article on the conflict in occupied Western Sahara,...

World : Czech Republic removes restrictions amid COVID

The Czech government has been around for weeks Exit restrictions surprisingly lifted. This will apply from Friday, said Health Minister Adam Vojtech late Thursday...

Africa: Curfew is a big problem, army on the ground in civil matters

What works in Europe can go wrong in Africa. This applies, for example, to the lockdown. The Nigerian government imposed a total curfew in...

COVID-19 developments and challenges in developing countries

COVID-19 Developments COVID-19 media coverage has largely been focused on China, European countries, and the United States. However, a quick shift of attention to developing...

If you don’t go outside the door you have nothing to eat

In contrast to other African countries, Senegal has so far been restricted to a curfew at night. But even that is tough for many...

360 return campaigns worldwide: Lufthansa challenged

Frankfurt / Main » The Lufthansa Group has planned around 360 flights worldwide to bring stranded Germans back home. The travel restrictions of the...

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