President John Magufuli claims, without evidence, that vaccines against COVID-19 are ‘dangerous’. Tanzanian President John Magufuli has claimed that vaccinations against COVID-19 are dangerous and instead urged Tanzanians to protect themselves from the deadly disease by using domestic measures including steam inhalation.
The European Union asked vaccine makers to redirect shipments of Covid jabs from Britain to the bloc. Diplomatic sources claimed that vaccines meant for the EU have gone to the UK instead. An insider said: “There are people in Brussels who think that
On Tuesday afternoon the new US President and his Russian counterpart spoke over the phone and agreed to maintain contact in the future. But President Biden warned Mr Putin against election meddling. Mr Biden told the Russian President that the US supported Ukraine
Buhari has been under pressure due to the deteriorating security situation in the country. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has replaced the country’s top military commanders after months of pressure over his response to the worsening security situation in the country. Leo Irabor
Marine Le Pen calls on France to abandon the ‘catastrophic’ EU A new Harris Interactive poll commissioned by CommStrat cabinet and the daily L’Opinion found that, depending on the various potential candidates on the right and the left of France’s political sphere,
Forecast says centre-right incumbent has won a second and final five-year term. Centre-right incumbent candidate Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa has won Portugal’s presidential election, according to an exit poll. The survey by the Portuguese Catholic University’s Polling Center for public broadcaster RTP
Left-wing riots have rattled a handful of cities across the U.S. even after President Biden’s inauguration – leading to vandalism of government buildings and at least 20 arrests. In Seattle Wednesday, hours after the swearing-in ceremony, dozens of protesters marched demanding the abolition
Portugal held its presidential election on Sunday with the moderate incumbent candidate strongly favoured to win a second five-year term while COVID-19 cases reached record levels. Voters queued up as polls opened in the Lisbon parish of Santo Antonio, guided by red