Jideofor Elumogo | ANG - Part 3
  • July 24, 2024

UN says nearly 40 million people had HIV in 2023

Nearly 40 million people were living with the HIV virus that causes AIDS last year, over 9 million weren’t getting any treatment, and the result was that every minute someone died …

US elections: Could Kamala Harris be the first female president?

Already a trailblazer, Kamala Harris could be on the way to becoming the first woman to serve as president in the United States. Biden announced Sunday that he was stepping aside …

Sierra Leone court finds 11 involved in alleged coup guilty

A Sierra Leone court found 11 people guilty of treason and other offenses following what authorities have called an attempted coup, with their leader sentenced to almost 200 years in prison, …

Sports:UEFA Euro 2024 Champion Spain: victory parade in Madrid

The Spanish national football team celebrated their UEFA Euro 2024 victory in Madrid. After landing, Coach Luis de la Fuente’s team met with Spain’s prime minister and then paraded through central …

Forty dead as heavy rains hits eastern Afghanistan

Heavy rains in eastern Afghanistan have killed at least 40 people and injured nearly 350 others, Taliban officials said Tuesday. Separately, at least 17 died when a bus overturned on a …

Kagame wins fourth term with 99.15% of the vote

President Paul Kagame has won 99% of the vote in provisional results from Monday’s presidential election in Rwanda, electoral authorities said, an outcome that was widely expected as the country’s long-time …

Sports:Argentina claims 16th Copa America Championship with 1-0 win over Colombia

Argentina clinched its second consecutive Copa America title by defeating Colombia 1-0 on Sunday night with Lautaro Martínez’s 112th-minute goal, despite Lionel Messi’s injury in the second half. Messi suffered a …

Business:Kenya to cut spending by nearly 2% in revised budget

Kenya plans to reduce its 2024-25 spending by 1.9% and widen the fiscal deficit to 3.6% of GDP, following the rollback of tax hikes due to protests. In response to protests …

Vote counting begins in Rwanda’s presidential election

Vote counting has begun in Rwanda following the closure of polling stations on Monday in a presidential election poised to extend President Paul Kagame’s long tenure. Kagame, who has led the …

Nairobi quarry unveils grim truth as suspected serial killer confesses to 42 murders

In Kenya, authorities have apprehended a suspected serial killer after uncovering multiple bodies at a quarry in Nairobi. On Monday, Mohamed Amin, the head of the Criminal Investigations Directorate, announced that …

Egypt and Jordan criticises Israel’s continuing aggression in the Gaza

The foreign ministers of Egypt and Jordan have strongly criticized Israel’s continuing aggression in the Gaza Strip after holding talks in Cairo on Wednesday. “Minister Safadi and I have emphasized our …

Migrant raft crashes into rocks and sinks off Turkish coast, killing 7

A life raft carrying migrants crashed into rocks off Turkey’s Aegean coastal town of Cesme on Tuesday, killing seven people on board, the Turkish coastguard said. One person was rescued from …

Kenya’s president warns of major fallout after $80 billion debt relief effort fails

The ballooning debt in East Africa’s economic hub of Kenya is expected to grow even more after deadly protests forced the rejection of a finance bill that President William Ruto said …