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Nigerian singer sentenced to death for blasphemy in Kano state -

Nigerian singer sentenced to death for blasphemy in Kano stateMusician Yahaya Sharif-Aminu broadcast a song about Prophet Muhammad in March.


Mon, 10 Aug 2020 15:38:52 -0400

Mauritius oil spill: Fears vessel may 'break in two' as cracks appear -

Mauritius oil spill: Fears vessel may 'break in two' as cracks appearThe MV Wakashio, which ran aground on a coral reef on 25 July, is now leaking oil off the island.


Mon, 10 Aug 2020 15:37:35 -0400

AOC slams New York Governor Cuomo over reopening schools in autumn -

AOC slams New York Governor Cuomo over reopening schools in autumnCongresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has taken a swipe at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo over his decision to allow schools to open this fall, a rare case of Democrat-on-Democrat sparring during the pandemic."If it's not safe enough for indoor dining, what makes it safe enough for indoor schooling?" Ocasio-Cortez asked in a tweet. "And restaurants actually have soap in the bathrooms."


Mon, 10 Aug 2020 14:58:00 -0400

Sturgeon sorry for exams fiasco and admits student outrage a 'bigger problem' than grade inflation -

Sturgeon sorry for exams fiasco and admits student outrage a 'bigger problem' than grade inflationNicola Sturgeon has issued an apology to teenagers hit by this year’s results day fiasco and promised to fix the "unfair" system. After spending much of last week defending the arbitrary downgrading of 124,000 qualifications, under a “moderation” process put in place following the cancellation of this year's exams, the First Minister on Monday confirmed a government u-turn over results. Opposition parties said the First Minister’s apology did not go far enough, and claimed the reversal was motivated by a desire to keep her under-fire Education Secretary and deputy, John Swinney, in his job. The furious row over school qualifications threatened to overshadow the reopening of Scottish schools, for the first time in almost five months, from Tuesday. Many are welcoming pupils back on a “phased” basis over the coming days ahead of a full-time return next week. The EIS, the country’s largest teaching union, said a major survey of almost 30,000 members showed that only one in five were confident that schools are currently safe, with two thirds believing face coverings should be made mandatory among older pupils. However, on school qualifications, Ms Sturgeon admitted: “We did not get this right and I'm sorry for that.” Details of an overhauled system will be unveiled on Tuesday at Holyrood. It is likely that many, if not all, of the 124,000 downgrades will now be reversed. Ms Sturgeon said she had come to the conclusion that the injustice and disillusionment felt by teenagers was a “bigger problem” that the impact widespread grade inflation would have on the credibility of this year’s results.


Mon, 10 Aug 2020 14:22:35 -0400

Fact check: Masks can keep out COVID-19 particles even though smaller than dry wall dust -

Fact check: Masks can keep out COVID-19 particles even though smaller than dry wall dustMasks may not completely stop drywall dust, but that doesn't mean they aren't effective against COVID-19.


Mon, 10 Aug 2020 14:07:50 -0400