Nigeria news today headlines : Tuesday 30th June 2020

Nigeria news today headlines : Tuesday 30th June 2020

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Unilever Reveals Plans To Merge Five UK Offices Into Campus HQ

Unilever has revealed plans to consolidate employees from five locations in the south east of England into one campus site in Kingston upon Thames. The proposal would bring together all employees from the company’s Leatherhead, 100 VE (Blackfriars), Kingston, PITCH, and Richmond sites. These locations will all be closed with the exception of 100 VE, …

Intercom Gives Staff Week Off

Irish-founded technology company Intercom has given its entire workforce a week off, encouraging staff to take a break in the middle of the pandemic. The move is an acknowledgment of the additional stress workers have been under as large swathes of the global workforce have moved to working from home amid varying lockdown measures to slow the …



Hotel Provides Guests With Reassuring Insight Into Safety Steps

Guests of Barrow’s newest and biggest hotel – the Holiday Inn Express – are being provided with a reassuring insight of what to expect even before they check in. The hotel has produced a special video showing in detail the comprehensive range of COVID-secure measures it has taken to keep its customers and staff safe. General manager …

Norman Broadbent Group Returns To Profit

Headhunter Norman Broadbent PLC on Monday posted a swing to profit for 2019 but said it expects the UK recruitment market to take some time to recover from the hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. Shares in the professional services firm were trading 7.4% lower at 6.02 pence each on Monday morning in London, but 17% …

Judge Orders ICE To Release Immigrant Children

A federal judge has ordered Immigration and Customs Enforcement to release immigrant children from its “family detention centers” due to concerns over rising coronavirus infections. The order affects two immigrant prisons in Texas and one in Pennsylvania, as well as facilities housing unaccompanied minors. Last week, court documents revealed 11 immigrants held inside a prison …

Authorities Close Bethlehem As Virus Cases Surge

The Palestinian authorities say they are tightening coronavirus restrictions in the cities of Hebron and Bethlehem, where a new lockdown is being imposed starting Monday amid a rise in the number of new COVID-19 cases. A new 48-hour closure in Bethlehem will start on Monday morning, at 03:00 GMT, the governor of Bethlehem, Kamil Hmeid, …

Facebook, Twitter Shares Suffer Losses

Earlier, multiple companies, including Coca-Cola, US telecommunications firm Verizon, and consumer goods giant Unilever announced they were pulling their ads from Facebook and Twitter as part of the #StopHate4Profit campaign, initiated by the US National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and other minority rights groups. Facebook Inc. shares declined by about 4 per cent in …



China Forces Birth Control On Uighurs To Repress Population

The Chinese government is taking draconian measures to slash birth rates among Uighurs and other minorities as part of a sweeping campaign to curb its Muslim population, even as it encourages some of the country’s Han majority to have more children. While individual women have spoken out before about forced birth control, the practice is …

South Sudan Denies Allowing Egyptian Military Near Ethiopia

South Sudan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation issued a statement resolving the controversy over its approval of Cairo’s request to establish a military base near the Ethiopian border. The ministry announced in a statement on Wednesday that the information circulated on social media about this agreement is unfounded. The statement indicated that: “No …

COVID-19: Waitrose Delivery Expansion Create 800 Jobs

The John Lewis Partnership said it expected the fulfilment centre, in the Greenford area of west London, would create 800 jobs once completed. The COVID-19 lockdown since March has forced the supermarket sector to bolster online shopping capabilities to cope with a rising tide of orders. Waitrose said it had seen online orders surge by more than …

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