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09 November 2022 | 6:37 pm
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A court in The Hague railed against conditions at asylum centers in the Netherlands. The situation got so bad this summer that Doctors Without Borders deployed teams over humanitarian concerns.
Shortages at fuel stations due to a refinery workers’ strike continue to impact drivers across France, resulting in long queues. TotalEnergies, which runs about a third of the country's service stations, has offered to advance pay talks but unions remain firm in their strike action.
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More judges on India's top court would now be asked to decide whether a ban on the wearing of the Islamic headscarf in educational institutions stands. A lower court's ruling against the hijab already sparked an uproar.
Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu says the state’ 30-year Development Plan aims to catalyse economic growth with its 20-point focus areas which came about through a robust engagement with stakeholders.
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The German pilots' union Cockpit said the strike is over employee workload and failure to reach an agreement on wages. It is the third major strike to hit the Lufthansa group this year.
Paris St Germain and Brazil soccer star Neymar Jr. arrived in Barcelona’s High Court on Monday where he and eight others will stand trial charged with fraud and corruption over the player's transfer to Barcelona from Santos in 2013.
Thousands of travelers are expected to be affected, but the Lufthansa budget airline Eurowings said it still hoped to operate more than half of its planned flights.
Neymar tells court he wasn't involved in negotiations for his transfer to Barcelona
Pro-Russian accounts claim that Ukrainian "propaganda" and mainstream Western media are showing fake victims, following a Russian missile strike in Kyiv on October 10. AP and Reuters reporters on the scene were able to confirm that the civilians in the viral posts are real victims of the war in Ukraine. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
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