Heavyweight Champion Joshua Hits Out At ‘Virus’ Of Racism

World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua told a Black Lives Matter march on Saturday that protesters were the "vaccine" to the "virus" of racism.

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Coronavirus Deaths Approach 400,000 As Oil Producers Extend Output Cuts

The global death toll from the coronavirus neared 400,000 on Saturday with fatalities accelerating in Latin America, as oil-producing countries agreed to extend output cuts to offset a collapse in prices caused by the pandemic and lockdowns.

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Nigeria To Compensate For Overproduction As OPEC, OPEC+ Agree To Extend Oil Output Cuts

The Federal Government has agreed to make additional oil production cuts from July to September, after producing about 120,000 barrels per day more than its agreed quota for May and June.

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AfDB Approves $288.5m Loan For Nigeria’s COVID-19 Fight

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a $288.5 million loan to help Nigeria tackle the COVID-19 pandemic and mitigate its impact on people and businesses.

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No Positives In Latest Round Of Premier League COVID-19 Tests

The Premier League's plan to restart on June 17 received a fresh boost Saturday after the latest round of coronavirus tests produced no new positive cases in English football's top flight.

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Ganduje Calls On FG To Ban Entry Of Herdsmen From Other African Countries

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has called on the Federal Government to put a stop to the movement of herdsmen from other African countries into Nigeria.

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COVID-19: Seven Patients Discharged, Two Dead In Edo

  The Edo State Government has announced the discharge of seven more COVID-19 patients to reunite with their respective families. The state also recorded 13 new confirmed cases, two COVID-19 related deaths and 179 suspected cases. With the new figures, Edo has now recorded a total of 364, 19 deaths, 96 discharges and 2741 suspected … Continue reading COVID-19: Seven Patients Discharged, Two Dead In Edo

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COVID-19: 101 Patients Discharged, 14 Deaths Recorded In Sokoto

  Sokoto State Government says 101 COVID-19 patients have been discharged in the state. The Commissioner for Health, Dr Muhammed Ali Inname who disclosed this via a statement on Saturday noted that 14 persons died from COVID-19 complications in the state. He recalled that since the state recorded its index case on April 19 till … Continue reading COVID-19: 101 Patients Discharged, 14 Deaths Recorded In Sokoto

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42 More COVID-19 Patients Discharged In Lagos

  42 more COVID-19 patients have been discharged in Lagos State, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced this on Saturday. The patients who were discharged from three of the isolation centres in the state were allowed to reunite with their families. Governor Sanwo-Olu explained that the state government freed them after testing negative to the coronavirus disease. … Continue reading 42 More COVID-19 Patients Discharged In Lagos

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Tiananmen Square: US Asks Beijing To Account For Bloodshed

  The White House said Thursday that China’s “slaughter” of protesters in Tiananmen Square in 1989 has not been forgotten, urging Beijing to give its first accurate accounting of the bloodshed. “The Chinese Communist Party’s slaughter of unarmed Chinese civilians was a tragedy that will not be forgotten,” President Donald Trump’s press secretary Kayleigh McEnany … Continue reading Tiananmen Square: US Asks Beijing To Account For Bloodshed

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