Coffins sellers outside Zambia’s University Teaching Hospital (UTH) have been asked to leave the hospital...
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China on Saturday reported the first death from a virus believed to be from the same family as the SARS pathogen that killed hundreds in China and Hong Kong more than a decade ago. Forty-one people with pneumonia-like symptoms have so far been diagnosed with the new type of coronavirus in the central Chinese … Continue reading China Reports First Death From Mystery Virus Outbreak
Haitham bin Tariq, Oman’s culture minister and the 65-year-old cousin of late Sultan Qaboos, has been sworn in as the new royal ruler, the government said Saturday. “Haitham bin Tariq was sworn in as the new sultan of the country… after a meeting of the family which decided to appoint the one who was … Continue reading Oman Govt Swears-in Cousin Of Late Sultan As Royal Ruler
President Volodymyr Zelensky demanded Saturday that Iran punish those responsible for the downing of a Ukrainian airliner, pay compensation and apologise. “We expect Iran… to bring the guilty to the courts,” the Ukrainian leader wrote on Facebook, calling also for the “payment of compensation” and the return of remains. Tehran admitted Saturday that it … Continue reading Ukraine Demands Apology, Punishment, Compensation For Plane Downed By Iran