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6 Feb 2017
Legal challenges to Donald Trump's immigration order are intensifying. Netflix and Twitter are expected to file a brief in the coming hours, setting out their opposition to that immigration ban.
5 Feb 2017
Libyan authorities intercepted over 100 African migrants at sea on Sunday during an attempt to cross the Mediterranean to Europe.
5 Feb 2017
The Peruvian government has declared a state of emergency after some of the most devastating downpours in decades. At least 20 people have died, including six miners, in a landslide triggered by the heavy rains.
5 Feb 2017
About 3,000 people demonstrated in New York Saturday against Donald Trump, voicing solidarity with LGBT groups, Muslims and others they fear the US president could target.
5 Feb 2017
Ibori's return - Former Delta state governor returns to Nigeria from the UK
5 Feb 2017
A U.S. appeal court late on Saturday denied an emergency appeal from the U.S. Department of Justice to restore an immigration order from President Donald Trump barring citizens from seven mainly Muslim countries.
5 Feb 2017
Doctors in Portland, Oregon say they will perform heart surgery on a 4-month-old Iranian baby whose arrival in the U.S. for treatment has been delayed by President Donald Trump's travel ban.
5 Feb 2017
Northeast food shortage - FG rules out famine, says prediction is false
5 Feb 2017
Abuja security - vandals damage CCTV cameras.
5 Feb 2017
Protesters in U.S. cities rally against the travel ban President Donald Trump had imposed, while impacted travellers finally enter the U.S. after a judge lifts the restrictions.
4 Feb 2017
Senate Denies Fraud Allegation By FCAA
4 Feb 2017
Airlines began allowing passengers from seven majority-Muslim countries to board flights for the US, after a federal judge in Seattle, Washington, temporarily blocked the administration’s executive action on travellers and refugees issued last week.

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In India, over a million female healthcare workers known as "ASHA" ("hope" in Hindi) work tirelessly to help the country's poorest. Last month, the WHO honoured their hard work with its Global Leaders Award. Over the last 16 years, these women have become the backbone of India's healthcare system, especially for the hundreds of millions of Indians who live in rural areas. But today, they are fighting for better pay and recognition from the government. Our correspondents report.
7 hours ago
Ugandan musician and politician Bobi Wine says culture can flourish with freedom. He was part of a group of African artists invited to a DW panel to discuss opportunities for Africa's creative scene.
7 hours ago
The leaders of the US, the UK, and Canada all slammed the Supreme Court's move, which puts US women at risk of losing their right to abortion. Meanwhile, Donald Trump said "God made the decision" on reproductive rights.
8 hours ago
This news report published on June 15th by IRIB, a state-run TV news channel from Iran, is a compilation of at least seven false claims, in a total of two minutes, alleging Cristiano Ronaldo's support for Palestine and 'hatred' towards Israel. We debunk some of the most outrageous claims in this edition of Truth or Fake.
8 hours ago
Two localities in the German state of Brandenburg had to be evacuated as a large forest fire rages on the border with neighboring Saxony. Efforts to dampen the flames werre hampered because of old munitions in the area.
9 hours ago
This week on Talking Europe we take a look at some of the other countries, aside from Ukraine, that are knocking on the EU's door to join the bloc. EU leaders held a summit on Thursday with the Western Balkan states to discuss their accession process. For Albania, that started back in 2008 and still hasn't advanced to the negotiations stage. Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama spoke to FRANCE 24’s Luke Brown on the sidelines of the EU-Western Balkans leaders' meeting in Brussels.