100,000+ civil servants sacked in Turkey purge
19 May 2017 | 5:15 am
More than 100,000 civil servants have been sacked in Turkey, and another 47,000 people arrested - all alleged supporters of the US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen - since a state of emergency was imposed in the wake of the failed coup last July.
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Civil servants want FG to implement new minimum wage.
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Civil servants across Nigeria report for duty.
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Bayelsa teachers' salaries to be paid before other civil servants - Seriake Dickson.
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President, Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) Ayuba Wabba, has decried alleged government neglect of relations of civil servants who died as a result of insecurity in the country.
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Leadership of the Nigerian Labour Congress on Thursday chased out workers who defied its directive that all workers in both public and private institutions, schools, banks, fuel stations across the country down tools.
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How early payment of February salaries helped civil servants.
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Mortgage Bank disburses N2.6bn to civil servants
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Governor Zulum releases N12billion for payment of gratuities for civil servants
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We look at press coverage of the largest protests to hit Myanmar in over a decade. We also take a look at the increasingly fragile situation in Haiti following a failed coup attempt against President Jovenel Moise. Finally, we take a look at what critics have described as an assault on one of the most sacred traditions here in France: eating at the table. HAITI
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