“This will be my last World Cup for sure” – Lionel Messi, Atiku names fourth campaign spokesperson
By Guardian Exclusive
07 October 2022 | 8:10 pm
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Saturday.
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Leaders in Iran announced several arrests amid an ongoing wave of school poisonings. Tehran's Interior Ministry has accused some of those arrested of having ties to "foreign-based dissident media."
Maids in India risk being assaulted, tortured and forced to work under laws that deny them even the most basic labor rights. On International Women's Day, DW looks into the struggle to improve their position.
The UN has recently cut food aid to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Observers fear this will lead to severe health problems, and also increased crime. They say refugees must be allowed to work.
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday.
Niger, one of the world's poorest nations, has resisted a recent spate of coups and inroads by Russian mercenaries seen in neighboring countries and is set to benefit from millions in US aid.
The president-elect, Bola Tinubu has cast his vote in his polling unit at Alausa in Ikeja, Lagos state.
Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwoolu, Labour Party candidate Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour and PDP candidate, Dr. Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adeniran (Jandor) voted in Lagos.
GuardianTV compiled the violence and voter harassment that mar the Lagos House of Assembly and governorship election.
Tunisia is seeing a surge in xenophobic violence against people from sub-Saharan Africa after the president claimed in February that migrants from the south were part of an in-ternational plot to change the country's demographic makeup.
This question is mostly for residents of Lagos or those who have at some point in their life resided in Nigeria’s former federal capital: what comes to your mind when you hear the phrase ‘Lagos is no man’s land?’
The excitement of democracy and the opportunity to make their voices heard motivated voters across various parts of Nigeria's commercial capital to come out and vote in the governorship and state houses of assembly elections that took place on Saturday.
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Monday.
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