Category Archives: Around The World

WHO Hails First Life-Saving COVID-19 Drug, Dexamethasone As “Major Breakthrough”

The World Health Organization on Tuesday hailed a steroid treatment for the novel coronavirus, boosting hopes that the pandemic’s mortality rate can be reduced. Surging death tolls in the Americas and South Asia, plus a new cluster of cases in Beijing, have raised fresh doubts about how soon the world can bring COVID-19 under control.…

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OB Cuisine: Watch Diary Of A Kitchen Lover’s Super Easy Recipe For Crepe Rolls

Food blogger, Tolani of Diary of a Kitchen Lover is showing us how to make the perfect crepe rolls also known as Burrito in foreign cultures and they look really yummy. She says, “Here’s how I made my Crepes. Is Crepes different from Pancake? Yes. There’s a slight difference. While Pancakes are usually thick and prepared with…

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OB Cuisine: Kickstart Your Tuesday With Kiki Foodies’ Homemade Chicken Burger

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many of us to take up new hobbies to keep busy, like cooking and our latest recipe is perfect to kickstart your Tuesday. Food blogger, Kikifoodies Kitchen is back with another vlog, and this time, she’s giving us a tutorial on how to make an homemade crispy chicken burger. INGREDIENTS: TO MARINATE CHICKEN: 2…

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OB Cuisine: Watch Maraji Prepare Delicious Catfish Stew In Her Latest Vlog

On today’s episode of OB Cuisine, popular Nigerian Comedienne, Maraji is sharing her latest lifestyle vlog which features her making a delicious catfish stew. You should absolutely try it out after watching this video below: For more Cuisine, follow us on Instagram @OnoBelloMedia @OBStreetStyle | Twitter: OnoBello | Facebook: OnoBello Magazine Leave your views in comments box below…

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Fresh Coronavirus Cases Send Districts Of Beijing Into Lockdown

On Saturday June 13, few districts in Beijing were placed under lockdown after authorities confirmed six new domestic coronavirus cases, fueling fears of a resurgence in local transmission. According to Aljazeera, people were prevented from leaving their homes at 11 residential estates in south Beijing’s Fengtai district after most of the cases were linked to a nearby meat…

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OB Cuisine: Turn Over Leftover To Rice Cakes With Telande World‘s Yummy Recipe

Every had leftover rice in the fridge and didn’t know what to do with it? Telande World just showed us a great way to eat them with her delicious fresh Rice Cakes. Watch below. For more Cuisine, follow us on Instagram @OnoBelloMedia @OBStreetStyle | Twitter: OnoBello | Facebook: OnoBello Magazine Leave your views in comments box below…

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OB Cuisine: Here’s A Recipe For Healthy Cucumber Juice From K’s Cuisine

Today on K’s Cuisine, she’s showing us how to make an Healthy Cucumber Juice. This drink is refreshing, nutrient-packed, healthy, and quick to make. Here’s what she said; “You will love these cucumber drink recipes that are cooling, inexpensive, and fresh with low calories. This cucumber drink makes use of few ingredients. Learn how to make…

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George Floyd’s 6-Year-Old Daughter, Gianna Offered Full University Scholarship

Gianna Floyd, the 6-year-old daughter of late George Floyd has received a full college-age scholarship from the Texas Southern University (TSU). The University made the announcement on Tuesday night, the day George Floyd was laid to rest in his hometown of Houston. TSU said on the school’s Facebook page: ‘The Board of Regents of Texas Southern University (TSU)…

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OB Cuisine: This Bulgur Jollof Recipe From Chef N Shopper Is Absolutely Worth Trying

Chef N’ Shopper is out with a new video on her Instagram, this time, she’s sharing a delicious Bulgur Jollof recipe. “This dish is good and healthy Replacement for a Rice Dish,” she says. it’s going to be a party in your mouth. . INGREDIENTS: ½ Cup Vegetable oil Medium Size Onion 112grams tomato paste 225grams Tomato Puree…

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New Study Reveals COVID-19 May Have Emerged In The Summer Of 2019

According to a preliminary study by researchers at Boston University and Harvard, a surge in hospital visits and internet searches related to COVID-19 symptoms from the Chinese city of Wuhan suggests the virus may have been circulating since August 2019. The pandemic, which has been linked to a virus that crossed over from animals to…

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