Finally, a Cure for Cancer?

There has been a lot of coverage about cancer and its ravages on the human body. Listening to various experts, one is left wondering why a cure for this disease is so elusive. Some contend that cancer therapy is big business, and there are huge pharmaceutical companies who would do anything to block a cure. But first, let’s look at a few disturbing facts about cancer: 1,735,350 new cancer cases were diagnosed in the US in 2018. Of this, 609,640 will die. Globally, cancer killed 9.6 million people in 2018,…

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17 Students Shot Dead in Florida High School; Multiples injured

A lone gunman opened fire on students in Florida High School in the United States. According to CNN, numerous injuries were reported, with at least 16 of them being fatal. A suspected killer, Nikolas Cruz, a 19 year old, has already been apprehended by the police for questioning. The suspect is said to be a former student of the school.

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Jacob Zuma Resigns! Morgan Tsavingirai Dies!

South African president, Jacob Zuma, has resigned as the president of South Africa with immediate effect. This came on the eve of a motion of no confidence that had been sponsored by his party, the African National Congress, and was meant to force him out. For sometime now, Jacob Zuma, has been facing intense pressure from his party to resign. He has faced a barrage of corruption accusations, which he has denied.

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Global News Updates

Global News UpdatesNew Presidency, Same Sides: How Fox News, CNN, MSNBC Covered the Biden Inauguration Sputnik InternationalPresident Biden launches policy changes, calls for national unity on historic 1st day in office KSBW 8 - CaliforniaThe 22-year-old accused of stealing Pelosi's laptop and planning to sell it to Russia has been given new charges that could see her jailed for 20 years Yahoo! Voices Kenya NewsFrom Westmount High to the White House, Kamala Harris is a local 'inspiration' Read More