Naira Marley remanded in prison
21 May 2019 | 8:44 am
Nigerian musician, Azeez Fashola (a.k.a Naira Marley) on Monday pleaded not guilty an 11-count charge bordering on conspiracy, possession of counterfeit credit cards and fraud. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) charged the musician before a Federal High Court in Lagos.
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Thousands of people were arrested after deadly riots in Iran, according to one lawmaker. The government claims some of the detainees received "CIA-funded training" under the cover of becoming citizen-journalists.
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The former governorship candidate of the African Democratic Party, Gbadamosi and his wife as well as hip-hop artiste, Naira Marley, have apologised to the Lagos state government for violating the lockdown order in the state.
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With the COVID-19 crisis sparking uncertainty, conspiracy theories are booming in Germany. Right-wing activists in particular are trying to stir up hatred against politicians and the democratic system, a new study warns.
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Germany's top Catholic body has repudiated a warning by several high-ranking church figures that the coronavirus crisis is a pretext for creating a world government. Such conspiracy theories are rife on social media.
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British musician Laura Marling wasn't planning to release her seventh album until the end of the summer. But when the Covid-19 pandemic hit, and her US and European tours were canceled, she decided to put it out early. The singer-songwriter speaks to Eve Jackson about London in lockdown, writing an album for her younger self and giving online guitar lessons.
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Berlin authorities have banned a rally of the coronavirus conspiracy theorist Attila Hildmann. The vegan chef claims Adolf Hitler was a "blessing" compared to Angela Merkel, accusing her of preparing a global genocide.
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