‘Break up a fight with your wit’: Magazine publishes a guide to being a ‘gentleman’
16 November 2019 | 5:00 pm
'Break up a fight with your wit': Magazine publishes a guide to being a 'gentleman'
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Security guards dragged pro-democracy legislators from the House Committee chamber. Lawmakers were meeting to determine who would head the committee, which has been without a leader since October.
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When in 2019 Nigerian painter Julius Agbaje depicted President Muhammadu Buhari as the Joker, he never imagined that a year later his portrait would become a symbol of youth protest. With the tip of his brush in his tiny studio in the popular Alimosho district of Lagos, the 28-year-old artist challenges Nigeria's institutions in order to fight social injustices.
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Turkish firefighters continue to battle deadly wildfires that forced the evacuation of entire villages and hotels on the Mediterranean coast. At least four people were reported dead Thursday and more than 180 injured.
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Kotchakorn Voraakhom believes greening rooftops is one way to combat rising temperatures.
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Teresa Xu arrives at a court in Beijing to fight for the right to freeze her eggs. A public hospital turned down her demand in 2018 and asked to see a marriage license, in accordance with national law.
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