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The World Health Organisation (WHO) chief, Tedros Ghebreyesus, on Monday arrived in Beijing for talks on the coronavirus outbreak, the WHO office in the Chinese capital confirmed.

WHO declares global emergency over virus from China

The World Health Organization declared the outbreak sparked by a new virus in China that has spread to more than a dozen countries as a global emergency Thursday after the number of cases spiked more than tenfold in a week.
According to CNN Business New York, Steve Easterbrook, has been fired as McDonald’s CEO and president after the board determined that he violated company policy. He has been replaced by Kempczinski.

McDonald’s fires CEO for dating employee

According to CNN Business New York, Steve Easterbrook, has been fired as McDonald’s CEO and president after the board determined that he violated company policy. He has been replaced by Kempczinski.

Telegram cyber attack timed to coincide with Hong Kong protests

Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets of the Chinese-ruled city in recent days to protest against an extradition bill that would allow people to be sent to the mainland to stand trial.

US partners with McDonald’s to offer consular services to citizens in Austria

Lost and hungry for help? American citizens who find themselves in distress in Austria can now seek support at an unusual address — McDonald’s.
Demonstrators clash with police as they march through Paris during annual May Day protests on Wednesday [Christopher Furlong-Getty Images]

Zamfara governor urges Nigeria to embrace biofuel, electric cars

Clouds of tear gas billowed near the Montparnasse Tower on Wednesday as police used force to suppress violence during annual May Day demonstrations marking workers' rights.
Kao Xiong, in a photo provided to the US District Court. US District Court

Man confesses after writing threat letters to Donald Trump, FBI

Kao Xiong, a California man, has pleaded guilty to sending more than 150 threatening or hoax letters in 2017 to President Donald Trump and to former presidents, FBI offices and other individuals and businesses.
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Leader of France’s ‘yellow vests’ arrested

One of the leaders of the “yellow vest” anti-government demonstrations was detained by police in Paris late Wednesday for organising an unauthorised protest, signalling a harder line by the authorities against the movement.
Tirso Martinez-Sanchez testifies during the trial of accused Mexican drug lord Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. Reuters

Witness: El Chapo ran a cocaine train from Mexico to New York

Mexican cartel kingpin Joaquin Guzman ran a cocaine train all the way from Mexico to New York City, a witness testified Monday.

Woman attacks eatery manager over ketchup

A California woman was behind bars on Wednesday for beating and choking a McDonald’s manager after discovering there wasn’t enough ketchup in her order, police said.

Ben Ayade: Cross River set to export frozen chicken

In line with its industrialisation initiative aimed at decoupling the state from its dependence on federal allocation, Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade, has unveiled plans to commence the exportation of international standard chicken soon.
England manager Gareth Southgate

Cult of Gareth Southgate grows, England World Cup fever mounts

England is basking in unexpected World Cup success as coach Gareth Southgate is elevated to national hero status, cathedral organs belt out football anthems and the country prepares to shut down for Wednesday's semi-final.

200 arrested in May Day protests in Paris

Nearly 200 anarchist protesters were arrested Tuesday after May Day riots in central Paris, where hooded youths torched a McDonald’s restaurant and several vehicles during a march against President Emmanuel Macron’s public sector reforms.

London stocks rise after Tokyo gains

London's stock market rose on Tuesday following gains in Tokyo and a slump in the pound, with most world indices shut owing to public holidays.

African economic redemption: Chimera or hope?

Now they have developed to technologies for communications, Google, Facebook, YouTube, Uber, etc. all depending on our own fascination and should I say closeness and obsession with the use of the smartphones, the owners of these technologies rely on a simple fact, that algorithm was the answer to all problems.

West Brom’s Jonny Evans, Gareth Barry start in FA Cup despite taxi incident

Jonny Evans and Gareth Barry were named in West Bromwich Albion's starting lineup for their FA Cup clash with Southampton.

Donald Trump Jr, Nikki Haley condemn Hillary Clinton, others’ jokes about President

A Grammys skit poking fun at US President Donald Trump sparked a backlash on Twitter from Trump’s eldest son and the ambassador to the United Nations.

Donald Trump has incredible genes – doctor

U.S. President Donald Trump could live up to 200 years if he had maintained a healthier diet over the past 20 years, White House physician, Dr Ronny Jackson, said.

Donald Trump fails to stop Michael Wolff’s book on White House

US President Donald Trump lashed out at a bombshell-filled book by Michael Wolff that hits the shelves on Friday, dismissing it as “full of lies” after threats of legal action failed to block its release.

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