ICPC finally brings witnesses to court against Maryam Sanda’s mother
12 May 2018 | 6:00 am
The Independent Corrupt Practices and other offences Commission (ICPC), on Friday brought all her witnesses to testify against former Aso Savings boss, Maimuna Aliyu before an FCT high court in Jabi.
1 Jul 2020
Hungarian news portal Index has been the country's most widely read outlet for years. Now staff are sounding the alarm that Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government is plotting the end of their editorial independence.
23 Jul 2020
The owner of leading independent news portal Index.hu has dismissed its editor-in-chief, Szalbocs Dull. Hungary's media landscape has been transformed under nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
15 Nov 2020
Considered non-essential businesses, independent bookshops across England plan new ways to reach their customers during lockdown, and utimately fight the online giant Amazon, with the help of the independant online platform Bookshops.org.
10 Dec 2020
The UN has called the situation in Tigray "worrying and volatile" amid reports of continued fighting in the region. The Ethiopian government has rejected appeals for outside groups to investigate the conflict.
17 Dec 2020
The lawsuit accuses Google of violating anti-trust law with its ad revenue practices. The company and other major tech firms have been in hot water this year over antitrust and anti-competitiveness charges.
26 Dec 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Sunday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Sunday.
2 Jan 2021
Four independent journalists who have been critical of President Alexander Lukashenko face seven years in prison on charges of "large-scale tax evasion." Journalists have been detained 477 times this year in Belarus.
9 Mar 2021
In an exclusive interview with The Guardian, Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, discussed the country’s state of literature, religious practices, commercialization of arts and culture.
17 Mar 2021
Disappointment with mainstream media's portrayal of farmer protests has given rise to new independent journalism. One group has introduced a grassroots, volunteer-run newspaper to cover the demonstrations.
14 May 2021
The scale of the coronavirus pandemic could have been prevented, an independent global panel has said. Governments and the WHO have been accused of not reacting quickly enough to early warning signs.
19 May 2021
Tut.by is widely regarded as the biggest independent news portal in Belarus. Its journalists have faced jail or harrassment from authorities in the past. Now, their offices have been raided by investigators.
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At a memorial to victims of Argentina's military dictatorship, Germany's Olaf Scholz said it made him think of Iran's ongoing crackdown on protesters. He also visited a VW factory.
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The European Union is set to introduce new rules that would enable governments in the bloc to support their green industries. New laws in the USA and China are forcing the EU to adapt. France and Germany applaud the move.
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On this week's Meet the Germans, Rachel Stewart heads to the bakery to find out why Germany is the king of the crust.
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We look at press reaction stateside to the removal of Ilhan Omar from the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Also, French newspaper Libération shines a light on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's potential return to the international political stage. In other news, an Italian mafia member has been apprehended in France after 16 years on the run. Finally, the annual Groundhog Day celebrations didn't go as smoothly as planned in Quebec!
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The Adani Group conglomerate has seen tens of billions of euros wiped off its market value since a short-seller's report accused it of pulling "the largest con in corporate history" last week. It has now cancelled a €2.2 billion ($2.5 billion) share sale meant to help reduce debt levels. Billionaire founder Gautam Adani maintains that the "fundamentals" of the group are "strong".
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Humanity seems to be one step closer to the 'holy grail' of carbon-free energy production. For the first time, a fusion experiment has produced more energy than was used to start the process. One day this may create an inexhaustible source of energy.