[This Day] President Muhammadu Buhari has said there is no way a country can develop if it is hampered by severe deficit in infrastructure.
[The Point] Press Release: Gambian students in South Korea, Saturday, May 24, 2020, formed the first ever Gambian Students’Association in South Korea (GSAK).
[Shabelle] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Tuesday reemphasized that Taiwan is not part of China and has every right to pursue relations with other countries, following Beijing’s criticism of the nation’s establishment of ties with Somaliland.
[The Herald] The humanitarian and philanthropic work of First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa, yesterday got a boost after she received a consignment of personal protective equipment (PPEs) from Chinese First Lady, Professor Peng Liyuan, to control the spread of Covid-19.
China is working to be the world’s superpower “by any means necessary,” Christopher Wray said.
The WHO has acknowledged there is evidence that Covid-19 can be spread by airborne particles.
As the world battles the Covid-19 pandemic, more and more protective equipment is ending up in the sea.
The president follows up his vow to leave the world health body by formally notifying the UN.
The suspects were located following the hack of a Europe-wide phone system.
Kanye West’s apparel brand, Jared Kushner’s family and Donald Trump’s lawyer were among the recipients.