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The Nigerian Senate has given the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, one more week to appear before its plenary.
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Indian farmers atop agricultural machinery have resumed their march toward the capital, New Delhi, amid a stalemate with the government on guaranteed prices for their produce.
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Members of the Nigerian Labour Congress NLC on Tuesday morning protested nationwide over the biting economic hardship in the country.
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Broken childhoods is the summary of this week's film show: those of young film stars, at the heart of French actress Judith Godrèche's speech at France's César awards ceremony; and that of the young heroine in the film "When it Melts", which is out in France this week.
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After more than a century of conflict and the mass exodus of its Armenian population in September 2023, the self-styled republic of Nagorno-Karabakh has officially ceased to exist and is now fully under the rule of Azerbaijan.
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Polish farmers took to the streets of Warsaw demanding a ban on food imports from Ukraine. Under pressure, Poland's prime minister is considering a broader ban on Ukrainian food imports.
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Can airstrikes by the USA and its allies be effective in halting Houthi attacks on cargo ships in the Red Sea? Or will the conflict escalate across the entire region?
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The Verdi trade union has called on its members working as ground personnel for Lufthansa to strike for three days, starting on Wednesday. The short-notice action is the latest of several similar strikes.
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The documentary, directed by Mati Diop, was awarded the Golden Bear. The top prize at this year's Berlin International Film Festival was given to “Dahomey,” a documentary by the French Senegalese filmmaker Mati Diop about 26 looted artworks that were returned to Benin from France in 2021.
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