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CNN President Resigns Over Affairs With Colleague

Zucker, 56, joined CNN in 2013 from NBC and was credited with driving the cable news to rating success in the run-up to the 2021 presidential election

High-voltage Power Cable Snaps In Kinshasa Market Kills 25

Police on Wednesday said a high-tension power cable snapped and fell on houses and a market in the outskirts of the Congolese capital, Kinshasa, killing 25 people.

2 Police Officers Shot Dead During Traffic Check

Two police officers were fatally injured by gunfire during a traffic check in western Germany in the early hours of Monday, according to local police.

Improve Resistance To Neglected Tropical Diseases, WHO Urges Countries

WHO and other stakeholders fighting NTDs have been holding several events to mark it, which this year, coincides with World Leprosy Day.

Crude Oil Prices Falls As Looming U.S Rate Hikes Spook Investors

Oil prices fell on Thursday as the U.S. dollar strengthened following signs that the Federal Reserve will tighten monetary policy soon in the world’s biggest oil user.

UN Chief Urges Burkina Faso Coup Leaders To Lay Down Arms

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday strongly condemned any attempt to take over the government by the force of arms in Burkina Faso.

Burkina Faso President Kabore Detained In Military Camp – Sources

Several armoured vehicles of the presidential fleet, riddled with bullets, could be seen near the president’s residence. One was spattered with blood.

Presidential Election Kicks Off In Italy

The Italian presidency is up for grabs on Monday when lawmakers elect the successor of incumbent President Sergio Mattarella.

Key Suspect In Haitian President’s Murder Extradited To U.S

Earlier, media reported that Jaar, a Haitian businessman, and convicted drug trafficker, was arrested in the Dominican Republic.

WHO Recommends Lifting COVID-19 Travel Restrictions

The WHO also urged states to recognise all vaccines that have received WHO authorisation, particularly in the context of international travel.

ICRC Hit By Massive Cyberattack, Compromising 515,000 People’s Data

ICRC’s Director-General, Robert Mardini, said “we are all appalled and perplexed that this humanitarian information will be targeted and compromised.

Millionaires Demand Higher Tax On Rich

The groups Patriotic Millionaires, Millionaires for Humanity, and Tax Me Now called on governments to “tax us, the rich, and tax us now”.

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