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In a world driven by economic markets, and increasingly by digital and technological innovation, are we losing a sense of ourselves and a sense of solidarity with other living things? Renowned philosopher Achille Mbembe reflects on these issues in his new book "The Earthly Community". He joined us for Perspective to tell us more.
Nigerians are still waiting for a clear picture to emerge after a general election initially scheduled on finish on Saturday. The surprise third serious contender for the presidency scored a significant win in Lagos.
For much of his political career, Nigerian President-elect Bola Tinubu has exerted power from behind the scenes, widely regarded as a "godfather" who uses an extensive patronage network to back candidates for office.
He's been compared to Alex Jones and Andrew Tate, and is known for spreading Covid-19 misinformation. This week, far-right US influencer Stew Peters posted three misleading stories about the war in Ukraine.
Taofeek Olakunle Uthman of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour of the Labour Party (LP), Babajide Sanwo-Olu of the All Progressives Congress (APC), and Funso Doherty of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) talks about plans and party manifesto if elected governor of Lagos during a debate recently held in Lagos.
The Anglican Church is one of a global group of signatories to sharply criticize a decision by the Church of England to allow the blessing of same-sex couples.
To make Jewish life visible and break down prejudice, a mobile synagogue is now rolling across Germany. The "Mizwa Mobil" also offers space for prayers and services.
An accident involving a state government bus conveying civil servants to work occurred in Lagos today. The incident happened in the early hours of today. Eye witness says the bus driving tired beating the incoming train coming from Abeokuta the Ogun State capital before getting trapped.
Six people were killed and dozens injured when a train crashed into a passenger bus in Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday, said the emergency response agency.
A shooting occurred at a Jehovah's Witnesses hall in Hamburg, Germany's second-largest city. Eight people, including the shooter, died of gunshot wounds and a number of others were injured, according to police.
As two migrant smuggling boats approached a California beach in heavy fog, one overturned in the surf, officials said. Illegal crossings from Mexico have soared under US President Joe Biden's administration.
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