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Anasticia Sholik

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What's next for African economies

Returning African treasure

We're obsessed with leopard print

Coronavirus is shaking the global order...

...and the World Health Organization says containment is still possible. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told the global press corps that it's too early to label COVID-19 a pandemic, and that "this virus can be contained."Reuters

Virus can still be beaten, too early to declare pandemic: WHO

Not with Japan infected. Japan has a habit of ignoring or hiding problems until they are too big too hide, by which time damage is done and it’s too big to contain. Hospitals are refusing to check infected people. They’re trying to hide it here

I have to agree with Emma Jun's assessment. There are big holes in the map of recorded cases. The largest holes are in Africa and South America. Is there a magic immunity or more likely in the absence of medical care and the presence of poverty cases of Covid simply are overlooked.

Another concern

I have to agree with Emma Jun's assessment. There are big holes in the map of recorded cases. The largest holes are in Africa and South America. Is there a magic immunity or more likely in the absence of medical care and the presence of poverty cases of Covid simply are overlooked.

Another concern are all the cargo ships traveling the globe and stopping at multiple ports. We have to wait .

...and ruining fashion season.

The Friends cast cashes in

The unprecedented rise of TikTok

SoftBank and the state of the startup

Trump in India

Donald Trump says $3 billion worth of military deals will be inked with India. Speaking at the “Namaste Trump” event in Ahmedabad’s newly-built Motera cricket stadium today, the US president said America looks forward to selling the “best and most feared” equipment to India.Quartz

Trump hopes to ink a US-India trade deal despite “tough negotiator” Modi

Good that leaders visit other countries. But the country shouldn't try to shield the reality from view. What is, is. You can't hide your slums, you can't hire people to attend the event. The bare truth will still be obvious. Instead try to highlight the significant strengths of the country and benefits

Good that leaders visit other countries. But the country shouldn't try to shield the reality from view. What is, is. You can't hide your slums, you can't hire people to attend the event. The bare truth will still be obvious. Instead try to highlight the significant strengths of the country and benefits that can be availed being cordial and supportive of each other. After all we all live on one planet: Mother Earth.

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