Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian News on Friday 17th Of July, 2020
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Friday.
Florida announces 156 deaths in new single-day record of coronavirus deaths.
60% of alcohol-based hand sanitizers on sale in Abuja fake- PTF.
Uganda starts mass testing lawmakers for COVID-19.
France makes public mask-wearing compulsory indoors.
Wike rescues Joi Nunieh from police early morning siege.
Buhari receives Nigeria’s first artisanally-mined gold.
Gabon appoints first woman prime minister amid government shakeup.
'IS bride' wins right to return to UK to fight for citizenship.
AfDB to provide $400 million of $16 billion in largest private investment in Africa.
Pelicans star Williamson leaves NBA bubble for family issue.
Manchester University awards Marcus Rashford honourary degree.
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