I want to banish yellow buses this year – Governor Ambode
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I want to banish yellow buses this year - Governor Ambode
13 Apr 2019
French tourism at record high in 2018 despite Yellow Vest protests.
25 Apr 2019
Dressed in yellow from head-to-toe, Abu Zakkour is hailed as part of the "heritage" of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, along with its mediaeval citadel and its ancient covered markets.
25 Jul 2019
Tour de France: Could France get its first yellow jersey in 34 years?
31 Jul 2019
As predicted by recent catwalks, a rich shade of golden yellow is very much in fashion for 2019! Goldenrod is trending on the sidewalks and the red carpets, preferred by celebs from Eva Longoria to Cardi B.
17 Sep 2019
Protests in the western French city of Nantes grew violent as police fired tear gas in clashes with protesters. At least 18 people have been reportedly arrested by police.
4 Feb 2020
Lagos state government through the state bus service has added sixty-five new buses to its fleet to cover new routes to alleviate transportation challenges.
Crowded buses, rowdy ATM points on first day of lockdown ease in Lagos, South Africa starts coronavirus trial and more
4 May 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Tuesday.
20 Jul 2020
Lagos State police have impounded ten luxurious buses for flouting the COVID-19 guidelines.
12 Nov 2020
The Scottish city of Aberdeen, famous for building its economy on North Sea oil, is preparing to launch a fleet of 15 of the world's first double decker hydrogen powered buses onto its streets as it transitions from oil to green energy.
2 Dec 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Thursday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Thursday.
12 Dec 2020
Yellow fever outbreak: Wife of Delta governor gives drugs to inmates
19 Feb 2021
They were omnipresent on the streets of New York City day and night, as emblematic of the Big Apple as the Empire State Building or Yankees caps. But the pandemic has made yellow taxis scarce and facing an uncertain future.
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Russia's war in Ukraine is raising concerns in Taiwan that China could carry out a similar invasion of the island. Many ordinary people are signing up for self-defense courses to ensure they are prepared.
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Some pro-Russian web users in West Africa have been sharing a photo that allegedly illustrates the destruction of a Ukrainian military base in Odesa on September 25. However, the photo has nothing to do with the war in Ukraine. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
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Elizabeth Shoo speaks to Somali human rights activist Ilwad Elman, the winner of the 2020 German African Prize. Having left Somalia at a young age, she returned to her homeland in 2010 to follow in the footsteps of her activist family. Today her organization rehabilitates child soldiers and victims of sexual violence.
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He is the candidate of hope and renewal for some, a demon of the past and a symbol of corruption for others. Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who became Brazil's first left-wing president in 2002, hopes to return to the country’s top job after the presidential election, whose first round takes place on October 2.
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The African Union plans to build a huge, modern rail network to connect capitals across the continent by 2033. But the ambitious project needs financing, a lot of work and much political good will.
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