South African virus cases pass half million mark

More than half million coronavirus have been confirmed in South Africa, according to the country’s health minister. Zwelini Mkhize announced 10,107 new cases on Saturday, bringing the tally to 503,290, along with 8,153 deaths. South Africa is the hardest-hit country on the continent and accounts for half of all reported infections in Africa. It also has the fifth-highest number of

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South Korea side FC Seoul fined £66,500 for filling empty stadium with SEX DOLLS advertising X-rated shop – The Sun

FC SEOUL have been fined £66,500 for filling empty seats with sex dolls at their recent home match. The South Korean club placed 30 “premium mannequins” in the stands for their behind-closed-doors clash against Gwangju FC. Some of the dolls were holding signs advertising X-rated websites – that is despite pornography being banned in South Korea. With fans unable to

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Saudi coalition calls for end to escalation in Yemen, immediate return to Riyadh agreement

CAIRO (Reuters) – A Saudi Arabia-led coalition said on Monday all parties need to return to the status that existed before the Southern Transitional Council (STC) in Yemen declared an emergency in Aden, according to a statement published by the kingdom’s state-run news agency. The coalition said any steps that contradict the Riyadh agreement should be cancelled, and it called

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South Africa clears quarantined vessels after suspected coronavirus case

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa ports authority said on Thursday that tests have come back negative for those onboard a cruise liner and cargo vessel which had been held under quarantine off Cape Town’s port limits due to a suspected coronavirus outbreak. Countries around the world have barred cruise liners from entering their ports, fearful the large ships could fuel

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