Nigeria news today headlines : Wednesday 1st July 2020

Nigeria news today headlines : Wednesday 1st July 2020

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Ferrari Revises SF1000 For Hungarian GP

Ferrari will not have any updates at this weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix as it prepares to heavily overhaul its 2020 Formula 1 car in time for the Hungarian round. Ferrari, runner-up to Mercedes for the past three years, had a subdued pre-season campaign in Barcelona in February, with team boss Mattia Binotto playing down its …

Kuwait Confirms 671 New COVID-19 Cases,4 Deaths

Kuwait on Tuesday announced 671 new coronavirus, COVID-19, cases, bringing the total infections to 46,195. Health Ministry spokesperson Dr. Abdullah Al-Sanad was quoted by Kuwait News Agency, KUNA, as saying that four additional fatalities were also reported in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll to 354. Official spokesperson of the Ministry of Health, …



Sweden Announces Training For Beijing 2022 Hopefuls

Swedish athletes in training for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics are set to benefit from a series of improvements. Investment in training opportunities and equipment has been made at the Winter Sports Center in Östersund, while the Swedish Olympic Committee (SOK) will also offer an improved medical service. Improvements at the Center mainly relate to …

UAE Records 421 New COVID-19 Cases

UAE Health Ministry conducted 63,000 Covid-19 tests and revealed 421 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 48,667. The new cases identified are undergoing treatment. The total number of recovered cases of coronavirus has reached 37,566 with 490 cases recovered on Tuesday after receiving treatment. The ministry announced the death of one person …

COVID-19 Cases In Southeast Asia Exceed 150,000

The total number of coronavirus cases in Southeast Asian countries has reached 150,571 as of Tuesday, including 4,356 fatalities and 85,277 recoveries. The latest figures showed 2,619 new cases and 82 fatalities over the last 24 hours, with most cases reported in Indonesia and the Philippines. Indonesia, the hardest-hit country among the Association of Southeast …

Australia’s Victoria State Re-imposes Lockdown Order

Australia reported 71 new cases on Tuesday, with 64 of them in Melbourne’s suburban hotspots, the Health Ministry said. According to official statistics, the country’s overall count now stands at 7,834, including 104 deaths and 7,034 recoveries. Daniel Andrews, premier of the southern Victoria state where cases continue to spike by the day, announced that …

New Zealand Premier Not Ready To Reopen Borders

New Zealand’s premier has ruled out reopening the country’s borders immediately, saying any such move could prove “dangerous,” local media reported on Tuesday. Responding to calls by opposition figures to review border restrictions, Jacinda Ardern said New Zealand’s “hard-won gains” could be risked by reopening borders while the pandemic was far from over, according to …



Farmaajo Plans To Mend Ties With Leaders

Somalia’s President Mohamed Farmaajo has taken a step further to mend relations with federal member states and put the electoral programme back on track. On Wednesday, President Farmaajo invited all the five federal state presidents to Mogadishu to a meeting, set for July, to discuss elections, national security and economic issues. The invitation followed a …

Mafia Boss Arrested In Mexico

A dangerous mafia boss, Angel Casarrubias Salgado, alias El Mochomo, implicated in the Ayotzinapa 43 missing student teachers, was arrested in Mexico State, the government informed.An official report indicates on Monday that El Mochomo, one of the main suspects in the case occurred in Iguala, Guerrero, was detained on Wednesday, June 24, and is being …

Stay Out Of Iran- Netanyahu Warns Assad

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday he would be “risking the future” of his regime if he allowed Iran to be entrenched militarily in his country. “We will not allow Iran to establish a military presence in Syria,” he told reporters alongside visiting US point man on Iran policy, Brian …

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