Russia Airstrikes Hits Kyiv, Other Ukrainian Cities Overnight

Russia attacked military and infrastructure targets across Ukraine early on Tuesday, including in the capital Kyiv and the western city of Lviv, Ukrainian officials said. Ukraine said it had shot down 32 of 35 Iranian-made Shahed drones launched from Russia’s Bryansk region and the Azov Sea. But a “critically important …

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Harvard Morgue Manager Charged For Trade Stolen Body Parts

The morgue manager at America’s prestigious Harvard Medical School allegedly took dead body parts from his workplace without permission and then sold them, US prosecutors said on Wednesday. Cedric Lodge, 55, has been charged with trafficking in stolen human remains, the US attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania said …

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Econet Trebles Data Tariffs

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, the country’s largest mobile network operator has with effect from today (Tuesday) hiked data bundles by up to 300 percent. “We are reviewing our ZWL data and SMEs bundle prices effective Tuesday, 20 June 2023,” it said in a brief notice. An 8 gig private WIFI data …

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Sudanese Rebels Raid Zimbabwe Ambassador’s Home

Sudanese rebels ransacked the office and home of Zimbabwe’s ambassador to Sudan Hilda Mafudze and stole valuables belonging to the envoy. In a statement, Sudan’s foreign ministry condemned the attack and urged the international community to also speak against the ‘terrorist and criminal behaviour’. “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemns …

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20 Chinese Firms Eye US$13bn Mapinga Industrial Park Project

About 20 Chinese investors with cumulative turnover of nearly US$40 billion have shown keen interest to invest in the proposed US$13 billion mine-to-energy industrial park in Mapinga, Mashonaland West Province. The development of the multi-billion dollar industrial park is firmly on course with the investors awaiting the Government to finalise …

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Kasukuwere Declares Run For Presidency As Independent Candidate

Zimbabwe cannot afford another five years of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s misrule characterised by toxic political differences, a failed economy and social strife, former Zanu PF stalwart Saviour Kasukuwere said on Monday. In a statement to officially announce plans to submit his papers to the nomination court sitting tomorrow, Kasukuwere, commonly …

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