EFCC arrests suspected ‘Catcher’ on FBI Watchlist…US hails EFCC and more
By Guardian Exclusive
15 March 2022 | 9:19 am
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The West African nation has been under financial strain stemming from the rolling impact of the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and a range of other global economic trends.
Under growing pressure from the West, China has been doubling down on its close partnership with Russia in recent weeks. But experts say Beijing is still trying to use a "double-track approach" to maximize its interests.
The country’s power provider can’t keep up with demand. Some locals blame the government for not fixing this faster. But power mafias, corruption and theft of power makes this problem particularly complex.
US President Joe Biden was optimistic about the US averting a technical default. Republicans have refused to raise the nation's debt limit unless Democrats make concessions on spending plans.
A French climber warns that the Himalayas are becoming dumping grounds of waste as videos show the mountains covered in filth. Finally, a beluga whale suspected of being a Russia spy pops up again in Swedish waters.
Factory takeovers? Price controls? Food rations? What do European politicians mean when they stress — or dismiss — the need for a 'war economy'?
Bola Tinubu became Nigeria's president Monday during a period of unprecedented challenges for Africa's most populous country, leaving some citizens hopeful for a better life and others skeptical that his government would perform better than the one he succeeded.
In South Africa, behind a glittering facade of lavish churches and charismatic preachers, many false prophets prey upon the vulnerable and desperate. Church leaders are wanted there for sexual assault and corruption, among other sins.
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As Moscow blames Ukraine for drone strikes, the head of the EU's legislature emphasized her support for Kyiv in a DW interview.
Although climate change has been conspicuously absent from Nigeria's political agenda, the tangible effects of global warming are undeniably present. The country has one of the highest rates of desertification in the world, many of its cities are under threat from rising sea levels, and the 2022 floods resulted in hundreds of fatalities and displaced over a million people.
Should they fail with a court challenge to secure their continuous stay in South Africa, thousands of Zimbabwean nationals could be forced to leave the country. Many don't want to return home and start all over again.
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