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A family in the Eastern Cape is burying relatives who died from COVID-19. Nomakhasazana Soyizwaphi passed away on Friday and her daughter-in-law Lungiswa Zoyizwaphi died a few days later. It's suspected Lungiswa got infected while taking of care of the late Nomakhasazana.

Turkish authorities should immediately free human rights defender following a European court ruling. Council of Europe ministers should urge Osman Kavala’s release at their meeting tomorrow and urge #Turkey  to drop all charges against him. @coe 

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Three New Zealand police officers charged over death of man in custody

Saudi authorities have already said the haj and umrah pilgrimages -- which attract millions of travellers from around the world -- will remain suspended until further notice. #jakpost 

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DOST says to provide gadgets to Pisay students with no learning device

South Korea approves emergency use of Gilead's anti-viral drug to treat COVID-19

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The chaos on American streets, viewed from abroad, has reinforced a sense that the conflicts President Trump so often seems to sow have caught up with him

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