Senegal develops one of the world's most affordable Coronavirus testing kits which costs $1 each and $60 3D printed ventilators

Senegal has reportedly developed one of the world's most affordable Coronavirus testing kits, which costs $1 each and $60 3D printed ventilators. A laboratory in Senegal used its AIDS and Ebola experience to develop a $1 COVID-19 testing kit and ventilators that cost just $60.

NHS issues urgent alert as children are being admitted to intensive care with a new Coronavirus-related 'inflammatory syndrome' (photo)

The National Health Service (NHS) has been issued an urgent alert about a spike in the number of children being admitted to intensive care with a Coronavirus-related condition. In an alert sent to GPs, health chiefs said: 'There is growing concern that a [COVID-19] related inflammatory syndrome is emerging in children in the UK. 

Students wear social distancing headgears to class as schools resume in China (photos)

Life in China is now returning to normalcy since the outbreak of Coronavirus. With some schools slowly reopening after the long hiatus, one school in the city of Hangzhou have enforced social distancing by letting students wear DIY hats with 3-foot-long horizontal plumes.

Saudi Arabia ends death penalty for crimes committed by minors after 'effectively' abolishing flogging

Saudi Arabia is ending the death penalty for crimes committed by minors, the kingdom’s Human Rights Commission has announced. In a statement published on Sunday, president of the state-backed commission Awwad Alawwad said: “The decree helps us in establishing a more modern penal code.”

UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson returns to work after recovering from Coronavirus

UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson returned to work on Monday morning, after making full recovery from Coronavirus. In his first public statement since he was admitted to St Thomas’s Hospital in London on April 5, Boris said the U.K. was beginning to "turn the tide" on the virus. 

UK Govt to give £60k life assurance payout to families of medics and care workers killed in Coronavirus line of duty

The UK government has announced that families of medics who tragically lost their own lives to Coronavirus while trying to save others will receive a £60,000 life assurance payout. 

Coronavirus: 8000 Borussia fans pay for cardboard cutouts of themselves to fill stadium if league returns behind closed doors (photos)

Coronavirus: 8000 Borussia fans pay for cardboard cutouts of themselves to fill stadium if league returns behind closed doors (photos)
Fans of the German club, Borussia Monchengladbach, ave paid for more than 8,000 cardboard cutouts of themselves to fill their stadium if the Bundesliga returns behind closed doors due to the Coronavirus pandemic. 

First patients injected as UK begins Coronavirus vaccine trial

The first human trial in Europe of a coronavirus vaccine has begun in Oxford. Two volunteers were injected out of more than 800 people recruited for the study. Elisa Granato (pictured above), a scientist, was the first volunteer to be injected and she said she volunteered because she wanted to try to support the scientific process.

Director Of Popular Cartoon “Tom And Jerry” Gene Deitch Dies At 95

Gene Deitch, popular cartoonist and director of Tom and Jerry has passed away at the age of 95. According to Metro UK, the Oscar-winning illustrator died on Thursday night at his apartment in Prague.

COVID19: Thousands of protesters shockingly take to the streets of Michigan and chant 'lock her up' after Governor Whitmer issues stay at home order (photos/video)

Shocking scenes played out in Michigan, the US as thousands of protesters took to the streets after Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer announced on Wednesday that she will be extending the state's strict 'stay at home' order. 

Huawei want someone to travel the world while trying out their latest smartphone!

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It's official. The new Huawei P30 Pro is the best-rated smartphone camera in the world and here's why it's simply glorious news.

Heartbreaking moment a mother killed her baby while fighting (Video)

A careless mother has been charged for murder after her baby fell and died, while she’s fighting. The South Georgia woman was therefore charged for murder for dropping her 3-month-old baby during a fight with another woman, leading to the baby’s death.

Popular Sports Photographer, Anthony Causi Dies Of Coronavirus At Age 48

Anthony Causi, a New York Post sports photographer, died on Sunday, April 12, from COVID-19 at North Shore University Hospital. Causi, is survived by his wife, Romina, and their children John, 5, and Mia, 2, as well as his parents, Lucille and John Causi, and sisters Maria Marangelli and Dianna Marotto.

Gospel Singer, BeBe Winans Reveals He, His Mother And Brother All Contracted COVID-19

54-year-old American gospel and R&B singer, BeBe Winans is on the road to recovery after contracting COVID-19. But touching on how contagious the novel coronavirus is, the Gospel singer also revealed that his brother was hospitalized due to the virus, and his mother also was infected.

Tyler Perry Gives Restaurant Staff $21,000 As Tips

Multiple award-winning American actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry whose birth name is Emmitt Perry Jr. have surprised many after he gave restaurant staff in Houston, Atlanta, a $21,000, as tips. According to a report by TMZ, on Sunday, April 5th, the “A Fall From Grace” producer gave each of the 42 workers at the restaurant a $500.

PHOTO: Chinese Man Born With Nine Toes Undergoes Surgery To Cut Off Four Of Them

21 years after leaving with a birth deformity, a Chinese man identified as Ajun has undergone surgery to correct nine toes on his left foot. The Chinese man has two smaller toes in a ‘v’ shape rather than a big toe and smaller digits sprouted out between his normal-sized toes in odd places.

Peru Police Arrest Chinese Man For Illegal COVID-19 Testing With Stolen Kits

A Chinese citizen has been arrested by Police in Peru on Sunday for illegally conducting rapid COVID-19 tests on the public with newly-delivered kits stolen from Peru’s health ministry. According to the Police, 36-year-old suspect identified as Tianxing Zhang was arrested in the Brena district of Lima as he was about to take samples from two women at the door of their house, police said.

We’ll not allow China maltreat Nigerians - Gbajabiamila tells Chinese Ambassador

Speaker of Nigeria's House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila has decried the maltreatment Nigerians living in China are subjected to. Gbajabiamila who had a meeting with the Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria Zhou Pingjian today April 10, confronted him with a protest video in which a Nigerian was seen challenging Chinese officials over the maltreatment.

Coronavirus: “Dead Bodies Will Litter Streets In Africa”, Bill Gates’ Wife Warns

Coronavirus: “Dead bodies will litter streets in Africa”,  Bill Gates' wife warns
While speaking on the effect of novel Coronavirus on the third world countries, American philanthropist, Melinda Gates, who is also the wife of billionaire Bill Gates, has warned that if the world does not act fast enough, then there will be dead bodies all over the streets of Africa due to the coronavirus pandemic.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson discharged from hospital after being treated for Coronavirus

UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has been discharged from hospital after being treated for Coronavirus. A No 10 Downing Street spokesman said Sunday that: "The PM has been discharged from hospital to continue his recovery, at Chequers," he said.

US becomes the first country to mark 2,000 Coronavirus deaths in 24 hours with 500,000 cases

The US on Friday, became the first country in the world to record 2,000 deaths in 24 hours making it the deadliest day from the Coronavirus pandemic any country has so far seen.

Five of Africa’s biggest ethnic groups that are truly transnational

Colonization did not allow African nations to organically form and take on identities symptomatic of a peoples’ values and history. European politicians, having arrogated to themselves the right to split the continent, also determined the future of nations in Africa. The Berlin Conference of 135 years ago set Africans on an irreversible path.

18 Most Dangerous Bridges in the World

New York Now Epicentre of Covid-19; See as Bodies are being buried in a mass grave

New York is now the epicentre of the world after the state recorded more Coronavirus infections than any country apart from the United States. The number of confirmed cases in New York state increased to 159,937 after 10,000 new infections were recorded in 24 hours. In comparison, Spain has over 152,000 cases while Italy has more than 142,000. China, which is where the Coronavirus first broke out currently has nearly 83,000 infections.


Pomeranian is a terribly active, conformable and are an extremely popular dog with its qualities and popular within the world. It comes during a wide selection of colours together with orange, lavender, sable, brindle, merle, red, chocolate and cream. They are terribly simple to coach and learn commands in no time.

Remembering Latunde Odeku; first Black African neurosurgeon trained in the U.S.

Latunde Odeku was the first African-American neurosurgeon trained in the United States and Africa’s first neurosurgeon. Born Emmanuel Olatunde Alaba Olanrewaju Odeku on June 29, 1927, in Lagos, Nigeria, Odeku received his M.D. from the Howard University College of Medicine in 1954. The son of a Baptist deacon, Odeku obtained his preliminary education in Lagos, Nigeria, attending St. John’s School, Aroloya and later proceeded to the Methodist Boys’ High School where he took and passed the London Matriculation Examination in 1945. Odeku moved to the United States in 1947, where he would receive his undergraduate and professional medical education, graduating from Howard University with a B.S. degree in zoology in 1950.

What Rev. Martin Luther King Sr. wrote about his son’s assassination.

legendary civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr., until he was fatally shot on this day in 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee, was a preacher who used the tactics of nonviolence and civil disobedience to fight for equality and justice. At 6:05 P.M. on Thursday, April 4, 1968, King was shot dead while standing on a balcony outside his second-floor room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. He had come to lead a peaceful march in support of striking sanitation workers. News of King’s death sparked racial violence, leading to the death of more than 40 people nationwide.

Zimbabwe approves herbal treatment for COVID-19

Could herbal treatment be the answer to the deadly coronavirus? The government of Zimbabwe believes so. In recent years, the treatments and remedies used in traditional African medicine have gained more appreciation from researchers in science. In Zimbabwe, the government has authorized herbalists to treat coronavirus patients. However, medical experts have urged the government to stick to WHO guidelines on how to contain the virus. 

Ugandan ‘Housemaids’ Flown Home After Being ‘Trafficked’ in Saudi Arabia

A group of Ugandan women were flown out of Saudi Arabia this week by their government and returned home, after being victims of human trafficking, reports the BBC. Seven women who thought they were relocating to Saudi Arabia for work as housemaids ended up in a shelter in the city of Riyadh because they lacked the funds to pay for their flights back home.

‘We’re sleeping outside’ – China evicts Africans from apartments over coronavirus

Chinese officials have started evicting hundreds of African residents and businessmen from hotels and apartments as they are being accused of having the novel coronavirus. The Africans say they are just being targeted under the guise of a testing campaign for the global pandemic also known as COVID-19. Some of them alleged that they have been placed under forced quarantine without being told about the results of their tests.

Michelle Obama; the baby who became the first African-American First Lady

With Barack Obama becoming the 44th President of the United States, his wife Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama became the first African-American First Lady. Barack will win reelection and thus serve two terms (2009-2017). Michelle is a formidable person in her own right. She is a lawyer and author born on January 17, 1964 to Fraser Robinson III and Marian Shields Robinson in Chicago, Illinois alongside elder brother Craig Robinson. 

15 Of The Most Incredible Discoveries Made By Divers

Temple Of Doom (Cenote Esqueleto)
Looking a little like a skull, Mexico’s “Temple of Doom”, aka Cenote Esqueleto, is an apt name as one of the most hazardous and intricate dive sites in the world. This cenote is incredibly dark, disorientating and dangerous.

French doctor apologizes after asking for new Coronavirus drug to be tested in Africa

Jean-Paul Mira, the French doctor who alongside his colleague Camille Locht asked for a new Coronavirus drug to be tested in Africa, has apologized after their statement triggered worldwide outrage.

Nigerian Coronavirus patient 'savagely bites a nurse's face in China as she tried to stop him running away from quarantine' (Photos/Video)

A Nigerian Coronavirus patient has been detained in China for allegedly attacking and biting a Chinese nurse as he attempted to escape from isolation. The man identified as Okonkwonwoye Chika Patrick, 47, reportedly beat up the nurse after she stopped him from leaving his quarantine ward at a hospital in Guangzhou on Wednesday, April 1.

Dog company asks for £1million donation to help train dogs to 'smell Coronavirus'

A dog training company, Medical Detection Dogs, which does pioneering work in cancer research and diabetes detection has opened a fundraising page to ask for £1million so it can train dogs to learn the smell of COVID-19, thereby reducing the number of people who have to use test kits.

Africa is not a testing lab - Didier Drogba and Samuel Eto'o slam French Doctors who asked for new Coronavirus drug to be tested in Africa.

Ivorian football legend, Didier Drogba and Cameroonian football legend, Samuel Eto'o have joined other Africans in calling out two French Doctors who asked for the new Coronavirus drug to be tested in Africa. It was reported earlier that Jean-Paul Mira and Camille Locht who spoke on a live TV interview insisted that Africa is the best place to conduct such test as they recalled how an experimental treatment for AIDS was carried out in Africa.

Coronavirus: Indian couple name their newborn twins 'Corona' and 'Covid' (Photo)

An Indian couple have reportedly named their newborn twins ‘Corona’ and ‘Covid’ despite the havoc caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. The two words, ‘Corona’ and ‘Covid’ were derived from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), a deadly disease that broke out from Wuhan in China. The couple from Chhattisgarh who welcomed the twins during the ongoing coronavirus-enforced nationwide lockdown decided to name them ‘Corona’ and ‘Covid’ because the kids symbolise triumph over hardships. 

Coronavirus: UK prime minister, Boris Johnson, hospitalized

UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has been hospitalized after showing persistent Coronavirus symptoms. The 55-year-old politician took to social media on March 27, to announce he tested positive for the novel COVID-19 and had been in self-isolation at his Downing Street residence for seven days.

French Doctors say potential new treatment for Coronavirus should be tested in Africa (video)

Two French doctors identified as Jean-Paul Mira and Camille Locht, have ignited outrage after being seen on a live Television advocating for the potential new treatment for Coronavirus to be tested in Africa. The French Doctors who insisted that Africa is the best place to conduct such a test for Coronavirus drugs recalled how an experimental treatment for AIDS was carried out in Africa.

Irish prime minister, Leo Varadkar re-registers as a medical practitioner to help fight Coronavirus in Ireland

Ireland's Prime Minister has re-registered as a medical practitioner to help his country during the Coronavirus crisis. Varadkar worked as a doctor for seven years before leaving the profession to become a politician. His name was removed from the medical register in 2013. 

Nine Nurses Working On The Same Maternity Ward Are All Pregnant.

Nine Nurses Working On The Same Maternity Ward Are All Pregnant
Nine nurses who work in the same American hospital are due to give birth within a few weeks of one another. Coincidentally enough, all nine of the pregnant nurses work in the labour and delivery unit of their hospital. The news was announced on the Facebook page of the Maine Medical Centre, where all of the expectant nurses work.

Stop performing or face prison – Ugandan minister warns 7-year-old rapper.

A 7-year-old rapper in Uganda has been told to stop performing due to his tender age and concentrate on his education. The Minister of State for Youth and Children Affairs, Nakiwala Kiyingi, on Tuesday, said that the country’s labour laws do not allow anyone under 18 to work.

Man Spikes Colleagues With LSD To 'Remove Negative Energy' From Workplace.

Negativity at work isn't unheard of. There are the early mornings, the fact you spend a lot of time with people you're forced to be around, and all the standard office politics and drama that can happen when it all builds up. An employee at Enterprise Rent - A - Car decided to take matters into his own hands, though, by spiking his colleagues' drinks with LSD in a bid to 'remove negative energy' from his workplace a very bold move.

Gay People To Be Stoned To Death Under Horrific New Law In Brunei.

Terrifying new laws are set to be introduced to in Brunei which could see same-sex couples beaten or even stoned to death. As part of the raft of legal changes, those convicted of robbery or adultery in the small state could have their limbs cut off. According to reports, the horrific new laws will come into action from 3 April and unsurprisingly have come under much criticism from human rights bodies. Under current legislation, same-sex marriage is illegal and those convicted of being part of the LGBTQ+ community face long term prison sentences. Rachel Chhoa-Howard, a Brunei Researcher at Amnesty International, has demanded the country's leadership reverse these changes.

The smartest 2-year-old in Ghana who knows the capital cities of over 140 countries.

Talk about impressive retentive memory, two-year-old Ghanaian toddler Jeremiah Addo, who has not even been enrolled in school yet, astonishingly knows the capital cities of over 140 countries and anytime he’s put to the test, he comfortably aces it without breaking a sweat.“He has this smartness in him that we discovered at [sic] early stage that he’s just incredible. He can do a lot of stuff that we never thought he can.

Teenager died when tapeworm eggs hatched in his brain after eating pork.

A teenage boy died when tapeworm eggs hatched in his BRAIN after he ate pork contaminated with poo. The unnamed 18-year-old began suffering violent seizures and died after the parasites began eating his brain. The patient presented himself to doctors at in Faridabad, India, suffering from swelling over his right eye and a swollen right testicle.

Doctor Assures Mom Her Triplets Are Fraternal but DNA Test Results Show Otherwise.

While the likelihood of having triplets is extremely rare, for one Liverpool mother, her trio of sons is far, far rarer than most multiple births.Then-23-year-old mom Becki-Jo Allen was nine weeks pregnant when she went to the doctor complaining of a headache.

Teen With Lupus Donates Blankets to Those in Need.

Meredith Kass, a senior at Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale, N.Y., holds a Meredith's Favorite Blanket to help those in need. (Photo by Rolyne Joseph)
Meredith Kass was a high school junior last year when she found out she had lupus. It’s news that can make a grown adult feel sorry for themselves, but Kass, 17, finds the time and energy to focus on others, making handmade blankets for those facing their own serious hardship. Kass goes to Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale, New York and enjoys going to the beach and playing outdoor sports such as lacrosse.

The Best Way to Deal With Failure.

Failure is a part of life, and we make mistakes pretty much every day. How do we cope? Or better yet, how should we cope? Academics and the mainstream media tend to offer a simple solution: Don’t let it get to you and think about how things could have been worse. These self-protective thoughts usually make you feel better. You move on. But is it possible that popular wisdom is missing a bit of the puzzle? Does setting aside the negative emotions make you any less likely to repeat the mistake? Noelle Nelson, Baba Shiv, and I decided to explore possible upsides of feeling bad about failure.

This Couple Gets Married Every Year.

Marriage can be a controversial topic in American society. Many people may wonder how old they would like to be when they tie the knot, and some dismiss the idea of marriage entirely. One couple in Rancho Palos Verdes, California has been married for 21 years, and they’ve had 24 weddings. Evan and Susan Money met each other through a friend of a friend on a surf trip in Mexico in 1990, and they got to know each other as friends.

Connecting With People to Remove Stigma of Mental Illness.

Ron Blake with one of his poster boards. He's been on a journey throughout the country to remove the stigma around mental illness. (Courtesy of Ron Blake)
Surviving a sexual assault can leave deep psychological wounds, and these scars can often manifest in the form of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Unfortunately, PTSD and other mental health disorders are frequently surrounded by stigma.

Worst April Fool's Day jokes revealed .

If we have learned anything from Brexit, it is that not every joke is a laughing matter. So on April Fool’s Day, as you take a break from the clowns in Westminster to have some fun, beware history is full of outrageous gags that seriously backfired. Here, History Revealed magazine, which is out now, shares 10 tales of hapless hoaxes and japes that really are mirth their weight in gold…
Cliff was the only one who cracked up.

Glacier calves into lagoon forcing tourists to flee as wall of ice falls into water creating giant waves.

Tourists walk out on the rocks towards the edge of the Jokulsarlon lagoon in Iceland with a tour guide
Tourists had to flee from the edge of a lagoon after a section of a glacier broke off creating large pulsating waves near the shore. The dramatic moment was captured on the edge of the Jokulsarlon lagoon in Iceland yesterday. Visitors can be seen walking out on the rocks towards the peaceful lagoon. All of a sudden, the Breidamerkurjokull glacier calves into the water creating a massive wave.