Business Daily
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Vanguard News
Danish newspaper’s virus cartoon angers China
A Danish newspaper refused to apologise to China on Tuesday over a satirical cartoon it ran about the deadly new virus that has killed dozens and infected thousands more. The cartoon, published in Jyllands-Posten on Monday, depicted a Chinese flag with the yellow stars normally f...
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Capital FM
The global spread of the coronavirus: Where is it?
As China struggles to contain a rapidly spreading disease, cases have been identified in more than a dozen other countries, including the first confirmed patients in Canada and Sri Lanka © AFP / MOH EL SASAKYBEIJING, Jan 28 – A virus similar to the SARS pathogen has claimed 106 l...
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Daily Guide
Africa Records First Suspected Case of Coronavirus
Health authorities in La Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa, have confirmed testing a woman who travelled from Beijing, China, to Abidjan for the deadly coronavirus. According to the statement released by
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Daily Nation
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Business Day
Oil prices down for sixth day as virus spread worries market
London — Oil futures were set for a sixth day of losses as the death toll from the virus in China rose, but the heavy sell-off of recent sessions was curbed by output outages in Libya and oil cartel Opec comments designed to calm demand fears.
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