Sub-Saharan Africa faces new shocks regarding food security and little space to manoeuvre, says the IMF in a stark warning to the international community.
Nigerian Health Minister Osagie Ehanire said the first confirmed case of the virus in sub-Saharan Africa was an Italian citizen who had returned from Milan earlier this week.
Spain allowed only two immigrants into Ceuta to be taken to the hospital while the rest were returned to Morocco.
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