CocV: world news in brief – World Health Organisation day

Today was World Health Organisation day in response to a lack of public awareness of the coronavirus (CocV) – a coronavirus related to the “SARS” infection.

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Throughout this World Health Organization day, we’ve been tracking the world’s top news stories from the last 24 hours.

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CocV is a coronavirus related to the “SARS” infection.

In a viral hit, James Bond films recently sent movie theatre goers heading to see the new James Bond movie after it was posted online.

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After an ‘execution’ caught on tape of a man executed by the president’s intelligence agency, there’s uproar.

One government official says the action was “disgusting” but many Nigerians are divided about the act.

The BBC’s Joshua Rey: the following comments are open to a set of very strict conditions: we do not indicate the identity of any of the people quoted, although we do try and get a viewpoint.

Norway has warned its citizens to be vigilant after an outbreak of a new strain of bird flu infection.

And the BBC’s Georgina Stone: widespread public hysteria in Manchester over claims the murder victim had eaten a five-year-old child following a row.

The 30-year-old woman was killed by her fiance in the city’s Hale area after a row.

Now a man has been charged with her murder and fresh questions about safety at schools in the area.

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