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2 Apr 2017
A protester was killed by a rubber bullet fired by police on Saturday after violent clashes overnight sparked by a secret Senate vote for a constitutional amendment that would allow President Horacio Cartes to run for re-election.
1 Apr 2017
Driven back by police batons and snarling dogs, or beaten and robbed by the smugglers they relied on upon, migrants caught in Serbia have regularly been victims of violence as they struggle to reach Europe.
1 Apr 2017
Japan's cherry blossom season kicks off boozy parties across the country and draws tourists from far and wide.
1 Apr 2017
UNESCO advocates press freedom for Nigerian journalists.
1 Apr 2017
CBN Insists There Is Adequate Supply Of $80m Weekly To Banks.
1 Apr 2017
Participants disagree at the statutory law and policies public hearing.
1 Apr 2017
Tens of thousands of Australians are stranded by floodwaters after the remnants of a powerful cyclone swept along the country's east coast, cutting roads, destroying bridges and killing two people.
1 Apr 2017
OAU staff school teachers embark on indefinite strike.
1 Apr 2017
Lawyers differ on Ndume's suspension by the Senate.
1 Apr 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria says it would begin the sale of foreign exchange to Bureau De Change Operators twice a week from Monday.
1 Apr 2017
Ekiti state wants agric produce to meet international standard.
1 Apr 2017
2017 UTME - JAMB introduces new guidelines to curb exam malpractice.

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The prominent crime reporter was gunned down in July 2021 in Amsterdam. Prosecutors suspect that a drug gang is behind the murder.
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It's been 20 years since an overloaded Senegalese passenger ferry sank off the coast of The Gambia, killing almost 1,900 people. Our correspondent reports on the disaster dubbed "Africa's Titanic". Also, a free-falling economy and years of political unrest have taken their toll on Sudanese youth, with thousands leaving the country every day.
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The reopening was a key campaign promise from the recently elected President of Colombia, Gustavo Petro. The Simon Bolivar international bridge had been closed for seven years.
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It's just one aspect of the seemingly endless list of horrors brought on by Russia's war in Ukraine: Ukrainian authorities say they have already removed some 80,000 landmines and explosive devices across the country. While Washington has pledged $89 million to help Kyiv clear the weapons, the process could take decades.
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Started by former model Valérie Ka, the Africa Fashion Up contest highlights African talent and puts the continent’s social and economic priorities centre stage. This year’s winners hail from Ivory Coast, Morocco, South Africa, Kenya and Congo Brazzaville and will be mentored by Balenciaga and France's HEC Paris Business School. The Grand Prix was shared between South Africa's energetic Jacques Bam and laid-back Kenyan designer Muyishime Edi Patrick. We take a closer look.