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Russia Finally Approves The World’s First Covid-19 Vaccine

Russia coronavirus vaccine gives hope

The president of Russia Vladimir Putin says his government has approved the world’s first coronavirus vaccine, and even given his daughter a shot of the treatment, despite concerns that the product has not been properly tested. “I know that it works quite effectively, forms strong immunity, and I repeat, it has passed all the needed checks,” Putin said on Tuesday, according ...

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Police Arrests 11 Suspects Involved In Demolishing St. Peter’s Church Ndeeba

Police Arrests 11 Suspects Involved In Demolishing St. Peter’s Church Ndeeba

Kampala Metropolitan Police is investigating circumstances under which St. Peter’s Church of Uganda, Ndeeba, was demolished this morning disregarding government directives that stopped all evictions during this COVID-19 period. Katwe Police Station got information of the demolition at 0100 hours and a team was dispatched to the scene. Police were not informed about the eviction and demolition as the practice ...

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SENSATIONAL: How Super Odds Easily Won Shs2.4 Million From Fortebet

SENSATIONAL: How Super Odds Easily Won Shs2.4 Million From Fortebet

From just his 5K, this week’s winner pocketed a cool 2.4 million from Fortebet Yes, 2.4 million. Well, 2.4 million may sound very little, but what makes it a huge win is the colour of this winning ticket. The winner picked ONLY 6 matches from Italy and Norway. Under normal circumstances, these few matches can’t win unless you applied magical ...

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Lions Need To Be Protected To Avert Extinction

Lions need to be protected to avert extinction

As the world marks World Lions Day today, World Animal Protection warns that the King of the Jungle may soon be extinct if urgent measures are not taken. Edith Kabesiime, Campaigns Manger at World Animal Protection says, “African lions are facing human and nature induced threats hence the need to prioritize their protection. We have witnessed the population of lions in Africa declined ...

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If We Run Out Of Names For Storms, It’s Because We’re Running Out Of Ice

running out of ice

The collapse of Canada’s largest ice sheet, the 4,000 year old Milne ice shelf, should be setting off alarm bells everywhere. Our world is fast losing the air conditioner that stabilizes the whole global climate system: Arctic ice.  As 43% of the ice sheet broke into pieces at the end of July, Tropical Storm Isaias became the earliest ninth named storm on record. Isaias proceeded to hammer the Caribbean, U.S. East Coast and Southern Canada with rain and fierce winds, killing eleven and leaving millions without ...

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