Monkey pulls off finger of 5 year old boy after biting him while he stood near cage

A monkey pulled off a five-year-old boy’s finger off in a shocking attack at a Portuguese zoo on Friday morning, April 9. The youngster was with his family and playing by the monkey’s cage according to local reports. The monkey then bit the boy’s finger and pulled it from the rest of his hand. A… Continue reading Monkey pulls off finger of 5 year old boy after biting him while he stood near cage

Stalled At First Jab: COVID-19 Vaccine Shortages Hit World’s Poorest Countries

LONDON (AP) — As many as 60 countries, including some of the world’s poorest, might be stalled at the first shots of their coronavirus vaccinations because nearly all deliveries through the global program intended to help them are blocked until as late as June. COVAX, the global initiative to provide vaccines to countries lacking the… Continue reading Stalled At First Jab: COVID-19 Vaccine Shortages Hit World’s Poorest Countries

Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo flaunts her baby bump in new photos

Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo is expecting her second child. The 34-year-old actress took to her Instagram page to flaunt her baby bump in the new photos she shared. See full photos below. Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo flaunts her baby bump in new photos?Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo flaunts her baby bump in new photos?Nollywood actress, Uche… Continue reading Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo flaunts her baby bump in new photos

COVID Cases Are Surging In Michigan. Should It Get More Vaccines?

If you look at a heat map for cases of COVID-19 in the United States, Michigan stands out. Its alarming spike in cases has fueled calls to flood extra vaccine doses to the state, but the Biden administration isn’t sold on the idea. The White House said in a briefing Friday that it is offering… Continue reading COVID Cases Are Surging In Michigan. Should It Get More Vaccines?

Germany edges toward national lockdown; considers Russia’s Sputnik vaccine

Germany is a step closer to nationwide lockdown Friday as Chancellor Angela Merkel moved to standardize restrictions across the different states. “The infection protection law will be amended to provide the federal state with the necessary power,” a government spokesperson said in Berlin on Friday. The update to the law is expected to be approved… Continue reading Germany edges toward national lockdown; considers Russia’s Sputnik vaccine

He’s still alive – DMX’s manager, Steve Rifkind says after false reports surface that he passed away

Social media posts paying tribute to DMX broke out on Thursday night, stating that the American rapper passed away at the age of 50 after being taken off life support. Comedian and actress, Luenell, also helped fuel the rumours when she posted to her stories that her friend was “gone” following his hospitalization for a… Continue reading He’s still alive – DMX’s manager, Steve Rifkind says after false reports surface that he passed away

Covid vaccine maker CureVac hopes shot will get EU approval in June

Coronavirus vaccine maker CureVac has said it hopes its Covid shot will receive European approval in the second quarter. CureVac’s CEO Franz-Werner Haas told CNBC Thursday that the vaccine maker was close to finalizing the recruitment for the vaccine’s Phase 3 clinical trial. Approval could come not long after, he said, given the urgent need… Continue reading Covid vaccine maker CureVac hopes shot will get EU approval in June

Task Force Investigates Whether Trump Separated Families Earlier Than Known

President Biden’s family separation task force is scouring through thousands of unreviewed files to determine whether the Trump administration began separating families within the first six months of coming into office. The task force uncovered 5,600 files from the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement from Jan. 20, 2017, the day… Continue reading Task Force Investigates Whether Trump Separated Families Earlier Than Known

Newlywed Rwandan couple spends first night in a stadium after being arrested for breaking Covid-19 rules

A newly wedded couple spent their first night in an open stadium after they were arrested for breaking Covid-19 rules in Rwanda. The couple and their guests were among 60 people who were arrested over the weekend at the Le Printemps Hotel in Gasabo District during their wedding reception. They were taken to an empty… Continue reading Newlywed Rwandan couple spends first night in a stadium after being arrested for breaking Covid-19 rules