- French embassy protest: Paris strikes back, raid home of Cameroon minister February 24, 2020
- Protesters storm the French embassy in Yaounde February 24, 2020
- Biya supporters roast Macron on social media for belittling the strong man at Etoudi February 23, 2020
- Ngarbuh massacre: Tchiroma says Nigeria lost 2 million lives to maintain national unity. February 23, 2020
- South Sudanese President appoints five Vice Presidents February 22, 2020
- Canaries hotel locked down over coronavirus as Spain reports first mainland case February 25, 2020A large Canary Islands hotel was locked down for coronavirus tests on Tuesday after a guest and his wife were found to be infected, as Spain also reported its first case of the disease on the mainland.
- First Iraqis catch coronavirus amid fear of Iran epidemic spillover February 25, 2020Iraq shut schools and universities on Tuesday and told citizens to avoid mass gatherings, as it rushed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus from its neighbor Iran, hit by what appeared to be the worst outbreak outside of China.
- Coronavirus increases Iran's isolation, strains South Korea and Italy February 25, 2020Iran's coronavirus death toll rose to 16 on Tuesday, the highest outside China, increasing its international isolation as dozens of countries from South Korea to Italy accelerated emergency measures to curb the epidemic's global spread.
- Swiss authorities confirm first case of coronavirus February 25, 2020A 70-year old man tested positive for the coronavirus in the southern canton of Ticino, on the border with Italy, Swiss health authorities said on Tuesday, confirming its first case.
- U.S. health officials urge Americans to prepare for spread of coronavirus February 25, 2020The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday alerted Americans to begin to prepare for community spread of the new coronavirus after reports this week of new cases in several more countries.
- Republicans see echoes of Trump's improbable rise in Sanders' surge February 25, 2020Bernie Sanders' surge to the front of the Democratic presidential contest has echoes of Donald Trump's improbable 2016 nomination, according to Republican strategists who tried and failed to stop the man who later won the presidency.