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[WHO] The current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo remains precarious, with infection transmissions continuing to occur in communities and health facilities. As of 23 July 2019 a total of 2,612 and 1, 756 deaths have been recorded. Although the number of cases have remained constant its geographical spread to Goma is of concern. As such, the United Republic of Tanzania remains at risk of cross-border transmission of Ebola, because it borders and has significant human traffic with the DRC.

[Citizen] Ladies, there is a new fad in town -- vaginal steaming. But watch out, for it can be harmful.

[Daily Trust] Damaturu -The Coordinator of National Agency For Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) in Yobe state, Lawan Musa Dadingelma, has warned residents against buying drugs from hawkers and unregistered medicine sellers.

[Nation] Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) has come under fire from artistes who are unhappy with their share of royalties.

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Babes Wodumo has been at the centre of controversy after a video of her insulting Lady Zamar surfaced on social media, and people are not having it!

[The Herald] Organisers of the most popular out-door music event dubbed Madirirano have said the recent gig was their last edition after it was marred by disturbances caused by bouncers who manhandled revellers.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Ministry of Education has assured of smooth transition of pupils in Grade III to Grade IV next year with Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha saying there will be "no turning back" on the ongoing rollout of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC).

[Observer] ... Dr. Wulu challenges graduates

[Vanguard] ActionAids Nigeria, has urged Kogi State government to invest more in education and use it as a tool to curtail violence and extremism in the state.

[Nation] There is a group of unscrupulous businesspeople, who are giving our country a bad name overseas and threatening a vital industry that earns some decent foreign exchange to meet basic needs and boost national development.

[This Day] Finchglow Travels, one of Nigeria's leading Travel Management Company (TMC), recently held training with its trade partners in Abuja, on how to collaborate and work with the new International Air Transport Association (IATA) payment and distribution system.

[This Day] There has been allegations that the downstream sector of the aviation industry is being neglected by the regulatory authority, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), other concerned agencies and that the Ministry of Transportation does not even pay attention to the sub-sector.

The new president of the European Commission's musical wishes are the German army's command. As a military tattoo honors the outgoing minister of defense, here's what the three songs she picked reveal about her.

The pioneer filmmaker was behind many groundbreaking achievements even before the beginning of the 20th century. As the Silent Film Festival in Bonn pays tribute to her works, here's more on her largely forgotten legacy.

The choir's right to artistic freedom is decisive, a Berlin court has ruled after the parents of a 9-year-old girl sued when she was rejected by the prestigious State and Cathedral Choir.

[Observer] President Weah has signed the Domestic Violence Act into law.

[This Day] The Nigerian Women Association (NWA) Verona Italy in collaboration with the Child Protection Network (CPN) Kosofe, are bent on restoring the image of Nigeria through support of victims of human trafficking while combating the recurrent menace.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The government has named an award for women leaders after the late Bomet Governor Dr Joyce Laboso, in honour of her exemplary leadership.


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