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The outstanding camera phone – TECNO CAMON 15 Premier allows you to experience brilliant photography with big screen, big memory and big battery

HONG KONG, May 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The CAMON 15 series smartphone from TECNO Mobile (www.TECNOMobile.com) has begun its official sale, which means it’s time to dive deeper into this device that many people have heard so much …

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‘No Country Is Doing More’ Than US to Fight Coronavirus in Africa, US Official Says

JOHANNESBURG – “No country is doing more” to help African nations fight coronavirus than the United States, said the top U.S. diplomat to Africa.

Although the U.S. has suspended contributions to the World Health Organization, Ambassador Tibor Nagy said the U.S. is …

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Africa 54

On this edition of Africa 54, the White House plans to shut down its COVID-19 task force as the number of new confirmed cases in the United States continues to rise; The U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorizes the use …

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South Sudan in Focus

Sudan’s information minister self-isolates after coming into contact with people suspected of having COVID-19; Juba residents say a local public health laboratory is not using protective measures to fight the spread of the virus; and the World Health Organization urges …

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South Africa Has Affordable Ventilators, Thanks to Doctors, Engineers

South African engineers and doctors are designing makeshift, inexpensive devices to address a major challenge posed by the coronavirus – the lack of ventilators for patients.  South Africa is scrambling for thousands more ventilators as confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased to more than 7,200, with at least 138 deaths. Franco Puglisi reports from Johannesburg. Source: …

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