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A court in Zimbabwe has convicted a popular self-styled prophet of fraud and fined him $700 (UGX 2,575,895) for falsely claiming he had a herbal cure for HIV and Aids. Walter Magaya earlier pleaded guilty to contravening the Medicines Control Act by selling an unapproved drug. Police arrested him in November, and seized a herbal drug which he said could cure people who had HIV and Aids.
Zimbabwe has the sixth highest HIV prevalence rate in sub-Saharan Africa. (BBC News)
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President Donald Trump during his State of the Union address on Tuesday said he will meet with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un for a second time later this month in Vietnam. The meeting is scheduled for February 27 and 28, Trump said as he touted his efforts to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula. (Pulse.ng)
France will officially declare April 24th a Day of Armenian Genocide Remembrance, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday. April 24th marks Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day. According to different estimates, over 1 million Armenians were killed or starved to death by the Ottoman Empire during and after World War I. (Sputnik News)