Border closures see demand for Europe's fruit and vegetable dry up
Picture a traditional English summer. For many, Wimbledon and strawberries come to mind.
Since 1877, the lawn tennis tournament at Wimbledon, a suburb of London, has been a fixture in Britain
Italy, Catalonia MotoGPs postponed over coronavirus
The start of the MotoGP season has been pushed back to 21 June at the earliest after organisers on Tuesday postponed the Italian and Catalonian Grands Prix due to
Three graphs that show a global slowdown in COVID-19 deaths
Almost as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic began, graphs and many other visualisations charting the rise of the virus started to multiply. Many show the cumulative number of deaths attributed to the v
France records highest daily Covid-19 death toll of 833
Official says Boris Johnson on oxygen support, not ventilator
ondon [UK], April 7 (ANI): British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is not on a ventilator but has had some oxygen support, Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove said on Tuesday. "He's not on a ventilator
20 Mali soldiers killed in jihadist attack
Some 20 Malian soldiers were killed in an apparent jihadist attack on Monday, local politicians and a military official said, in the latest bout of violence in the war-torn West African state.<
Guinean president enacts new constitution
Guinea's President Alpha Conde has enacted a new constitution following a referendum last month on changes that critics fear are aimed at extending his time in office.
Changing the constituti
African bank chief accused of multiple violations
The head of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina, has been accused by bank staff of multiple abuses and breaches of the bank's code of ethics, charges he flatly denied.
A group of a
Cheetahs announce contract extensions of 6 key players
The Cheetahs have announced six contract extensions as the PRO14 continues to be suspended in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
Props Aranos Coetzee and Charles Marais and
Etzebeth 'grateful' to arrive back in SA just before lockdown
Star Springbok lock Eben Etzebeth is "grateful" to his French club Toulon for allowing him to return home during the coronavirus pandemic.
In an interview with Afrikaans news
Kyrgios offers to drop off food to hungry people during lockdown
Controversial tennis star Nick Kyrgios has offered to deliver food to people finding themselves hungry during the coronavirus lockdown, his latest charitable effort after spearhead
Call of Duty League reveals full online schedule
The Call of Duty League will return to action on Friday as the full schedule for online matches was revealed Monday. The CDL's inaugural season featuring 12 city-based teams was paused following Week
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