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7 Jul 2020
A woman who took a newborn girl from her sleeping mum's bedside has revealed she did it in order to fake her own pregnancy. The suspect, known as Li, from Guizhou Province in south-western China, claims to have lost her unborn child but continued to pretend she was pregnant. She told a court she believed…

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President Muhammadu Buhari is at the moment holding a meeting with his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, at the Presidential Villa in Abuja. Erdogan, who arrived Abuja Tuesday evening, is expected to also hold bilateral talks with President Buhari, as the two leaders are expected to consider about 24 agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MOU)…
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Nigerian singer-songwriter and producer, Okwudili Okoli, professionally known as 6UFF, has said songwriters, and producers deserve more credit than they receive. The Anambra-born producer stated this while addressing some major challenges confronting the Nigerian music industry. According to him, a song will be a fruitless effort without the contributions of producers, songwriters, and engineers. "A…
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Recent findings by McKinsey shows that many organizations are experiencing one or more failure modes as part of their cloud journey. The reason for these failures were attributed to lack of flexibility and cost optimisation benefits despite migrating to public cloud platforms, and chaotic on-premise cloud environments leading to security risks. As organizations continue to…
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Financial commitment aims to secure dedicated, low-cost supply of molnupiravir, if the drug is authorized by regulators; builds on long-term efforts to increase access to tests, treatments, vaccines SEATTLE, October 20, 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced today a commitment of up to $120 million to accelerate access to the investigational…
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LUANDA, Angola, 20 October 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- The South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) has seen a considerable increase in traffic as major telco players look for direct access to markets in the US and South America.When the 6 156 km intercontinental subsea cable came on stream in September 2018, latency between Africa and the Americas was almost…