Cardi B’s Fashion Nova Season 2 Collection Makes $1 Million In 24 Hours

Cardi B’s second collection for Fashion Nova continues to set high bench marks. The line sold out almost completely within 24 hours of its launch, making a huge profit in the process. According to TMZ, Cardi B’s collection made the company $1 million on the first day of sales alone, outperforming her first collaboration with Fashion Nova, which… source: https://according2hiphop.com/cardi-bs-fashion-nova-season-2-collection-makes-1-million-in-24-hours/

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Top Ten News Items on Health, 10th May 2019

‘Midwives championing women’s rights to quality health care’. ‘Nigeria still at moderate risk of Ebola outbreak’. #PHC4UHC: Etsu Nupe laments medical tourism among Nigerians. Senate To Grill Adewole Over Poor State Of Healthcare. LUTH cancer centre opens to patients, promises sustainability. Ondo pharmacists protest delayed presidential assent to Pharmacy Bill. Malaria may never be eliminated in Nigeria as efforts suffer setbacks. Handwashing: NCDC launches project to protect health workers from infections. Making Basic Healthcare Provision Fund a Reality. 120,000 enroll for Lagos health insurance scheme. READ ALL STORIES HERE Share…

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Two French commandos die while freeing four hostages in Burkina Faso

Four hostages held in Burkina Faso were freed late Thursday by French special forces serving with Operation Barkhane, with two of the commandos dying during the mission. The two were identified as Cédric de Pierrepont and Alain Bertoncello, who were killed by terrorists during an operation conducted in cooperation with Burkinabé armed forces and the United States. Those freed included two French citizens taken hostage in Benin on May 1 while they were touring in Pendjari National Park, at the northwest border with Burkina Faso. Their tour guide, Fiacre Gbédji,…

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IOM: Scores killed as migrant boat sinks off Tunisian coast

A boat carrying scores of migrants has sunk in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Tunisia, killing at least 50 people, according to the United Nations migration agency. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said sixteen people survived the shipwreck on Friday, making it one of the deadliest incidents involving migrants trying to reach Europe by sea this year. “Another tragedy in the Mediterranean,” the organisation said. Only four bodies have been recovered from the scene so far, according to the IOM, with search operations ongoing. Update: IOM Tunisia reports…

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