Canada ranks worst in elderly care home coronavirus deaths
Canada ranks worst among 16 OECD countries for its high number of coronavirus-related deaths in elderly care homes, according to a Canadian Institute for Health Information report
Austrian president evacuated following bomb threat
Austria's president and others in the presidency in downtown Vienna were briefly evacuated on Wednesday following a bomb threat, officials said.
Austria could start loosening lockdown from April 14
Austria could start easing its coronavirus lockdown measures from next week, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Monday but warned that this depended on citizens abiding by social distancing rules.
COVID-19 and challenges of economic development
The rampaging Coronavirus otherwise called COVID-19 crept into the consciousness of the world without much fanfare. The initial response was lackadaisical as the world
Austria extends confinement measures until April 13
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Friday his country would extend strict measures put in place to stem the coronavirus pandemic until April 13.
Coronavirus: Main measures taken in Europe
Quarantine, schools, shops and borders closed, gatherings banned, here are the main measures being taken in Europe to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus. - Confinement - Italy's population of 60 million has to stay at home until April 3, but can go out to work, for health reasons or to buy food. In…
Coronavirus: latest developments worldwide
Across the world, 3,245 people have died from the virus. Nearly 95,000 have been infected in 81 countries and territories, according to AFP's latest toll based on official sources
How Ibori laundered unexplained millions of pounds - Crown Prosecutor
Ex-convict and former Delta State Governor, Chief James Onanefe Ibori had about 17 bank accounts linked to him in different locations across the world