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AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson announced his retirement on Friday April 24, effective July 1, 2020. “After serving 13 years as AT&T’s Chairman and CEO, Randall Stephenson, 60, will retire as CEO but will serve as Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors until January 2021 to ensure a smooth leadership transition”, the company posted on its website. Several ups and downs...
An exclusive report by Reuters revealed that China has quickly dispatched a team to North Korea including medical experts to advise on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un This comes as the current health condition of Kim remains shrouded in mystery, with rumors all over the internet the past few days about his health issues. The team left Beijing for North...
Harvard University said on Wednesday it will not take the $8.6 million stimulus allocation offered to them as part of the massive $2.2 trillion CARES Act, approved by U.S congress to ease the financial burden of many of America’s businesses in the wave of the coronavirus pandemic. In a statement, the school said; “We are also concerned, however, that the intense...
A lot of things are currently going on in Kenya. Barely  two days after coronavirus patients escaped from quarantine center in Kenya, news just emerged from Nairobi stating that a landlord has removed his tenants doors and roof over unpaid rent. The family in Kiambiriria village in Laikipia are now left at the mercy of the rains. Jane Wamucii, 39,  a...
Social media users are reacting to a viral video of a Zambian man who disciplined his son for avoiding to sit for English and Maths exams but sat for Music exam and got a distinction. Police in Lusaka summoned the man identified as Mr. George Bester to appear for investigations, according to multiple local media sources. It is unclear when the...
The video below captured the moment coronavirus patients were escaping from isolation center in Kenya. The incident happened at the KMTC Mbagathi quarantine center on Tuesday as the meal was being served, Kenya's Citizen TV station reported. Confirming the incident, Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta said the government knew the identities of all those who escaped. “Those filmed escaping from a coronavirus quarantine...
Spain has returned coronavirus testing kits ordered from China for the second time, after claiming that the second batch is also faulty, Dailymail reported. The testing kits were manufactured and shipped to Spain by Chinese company Shenzhen Bioeasy to replace the first batch of 58,000 kits, which the Spanish government had deemed faulty be used to diagnose patients. Spain's Health Ministry confirmed...
After a critical small-business loans program ran out of money last Thursday, many people have continued to wonder why the $349 billion depleted so quickly. The U.S Congress approved the first-come-first-served Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) in March as part of the massive $2.2 trillion CARES Act, which at the time promised to ease some of the financial burden for many of...
As several countries of the world continue to battle coronavirus pandemic, 15 countries have not reported any COVID-19 case. The deadly virus which reportedly started in Wuhan China, has spread to 210 countries and territories around the world, and killed thousands of people. The following countries have no single case reported so far: Comoros, Kiribati, Lesotho, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, North...
Sex workers in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa have petitioned government to consider them essential workers amid the coronavirus lockdown. The prostitutes argue that they have lost their source of income because of the lockdown. Mombasa, Nairobi, and Kilifi, were identified as COVID-19 hotspots and placed on a 21-day partial lockdown on April 8. According to Daily Nation, the sex workers said the outbreak of the...
A TV reporter from California accidentally filmed her husband naked in the shower while reporting live from the bathroom of her home. She had to work from home due to the coronavirus lockdown. Melinda Meza, a correspondent for KCRA 3 in Sacramento, was reporting tips on how to go about hair styling while quarantined at home when viewers spotted her naked husband...
The video below shows unfortunate moment a man was shot dead by his cousin in an apparent accident. The incident happened Tuesday in northern Jordan on the day the victim was released from prison, Aljazeera reported. Sari Salem Wardat, 46, was shot in the head as he was walking towards his house as a crowd of family members and neighbors gathered to welcome...
Abia state Police Command in Nigeria Saturday announced the arrest of police officers involved in sporadic shooting in Ebem Ohafia that led to the death of unarmed young man identified as Ifeanyi Arunsi. He was shot dead by trigger-happy police officer on Friday April 17. When news of his death filtered in, youths of the area retaliated by burning down the...
Sex workers in Japan have been crippled and face being made homeless as they struggle for income amid coronavirus pandemic sweeping through Japan which has now caused a nationwide lockdown. Japan first declared a state of emergency on April 7 to curb the spread of the deadly virus. The initial declaration was limited to Tokyo, Osaka and five other prefectures at...
A woman in New York who showed no symptoms after contracting the coronavirus has unknowingly infected 17 of her 18 children, including some who were adopted. The mother, Brittany Jencik of Penfield, N.Y., near Rochester, said she infected her kids including, some who were adopted while asymptomatic about five weeks ago. 'It was terrifying. I was a little ahead of them in the...
Abba Kyari, the chief of staff to the Nigerian president, has died, two presidency spokesmen tweeted on Friday. He was 67. Kyari reportedly had underlying medical condition including diabetes before contracting coronavirus after official trip to Germany last month. He was the top official aide to 77-year-old President Muhammadu Buhari and one of the most powerful men in Nigeria. “The Presidency regrets...
A virtual meeting of Indiana’s state election commission conducted via the conferencing tool "Zoom" was reportedly hacked on Friday by an intruder who posted a pornographic video to the discussion. The meeting resumed after the racy interlude, an ABC affiliate first reported. “Holy moly. Indiana Election Commission meeting had just started on Zoom when someone switched video to them masturbating,” Mary Beth...
As fear and anxiety continue to grow over coronavirus, some U.S. life insurers are deciding not to gamble on older Americans by temporarily suspending applications from certain age groups or imposing tougher requirements, Reuters reported. Prudential Financial Inc <PRU.N>, Lincoln National Corp <LNC.N> and Protective Insurance Corp <PTVCB.O> are among the insurers that have made changes. Prudential and Protective are...
A record 22 million Americans who lost their jobs have filed for unemployment benefits in 4 weeks, wiping out a decade of job gains as the nation grapples with the unprecedented shutdown of the U.S. economy to contain the coronavirus. Just last week alone, 5.2 million Americans filed for unemployment. That number is down from the revised 6.6 million in...
More money could be going into your account every month if things work out. Two House Democrats have introduced legislation that would pay millions of Americans $2,000 a month until the economy recovers from COVID-19 The bill — the Emergency Money for the People Act — was proposed by Reps. Tim Ryan of Ohio and Ro Khanna of California. Under the Emergency...

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