Emmanuel Macron hits back at Eric Zemmour over ‘killer’ chants
01 April 2022 | 8:00 am
There are just 13 days to go before the first round of the French presidential election. In this edition of the show, we see how the president was called a murderer by some supporters of Eric Zemmour at a rally – and how Macron reacted. We also take a closer look at far-right candidate Marine Le Pen's chaotic visit to the French overseas department of Guadeloupe.
8 Apr 2020
An ex-soldier has got 23 years jail in Slovakia for shooting dead an investigative journalist and his fiancée. Their murder in 2018 led to national protests and eventually a government downfall.
29 Apr 2020
Court remands alleged killer cop in correctional facility
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15 Jul 2020
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15 Aug 2020
Human Rights Watch has released a report saying that a growing number of countries have shown a desire for a new international treaty against fully autonomous weapons. It says 30 countries explicitly seek a ban.
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20 Aug 2020
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24 Aug 2020
Twelve days after his mysterious disappearance from Police custody, suspected serial killer Sunday Shodipe has been rearrested by traditionalists in the Iwo Road area of Ibadan.
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23 Aug 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Monday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Monday.
4 Sep 2020
Watch Daniel Oriahi (@filmic25) the director of Sylvia break down how Zainab Balogun went from a helpful imaginary friend to a psychotic spirit-spouse in Sylvia on #TheProcess. THE PROCESS is a film-focused series that offers an insight into the process behind films, documentaries, music videos, and TV commercials.
16 Nov 2020
The Austrian government is calling for a system of international ethics on the use of killer robots and drones in combat. Vienna says it wants humans, and not algorithms, to decide on matters of life and death.
3 Dec 2020
Slovakia's top court added two years to the killer's 23-year prison sentence for double murder on Wednesday. The victims, one an investigative journalist, were executed in 2018.
17 Mar 2021
The new US president is striking a much different tone from his predecessor and markets are already taking notice. Further sanctions are likely imminent.
18 Mar 2021
Russia's ambassador in the US is set to return to Moscow for urgent consultations. The embassy in Washington warned that relations with US President Joe Biden's administration were on the brink of collapse.
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On Friday 13th May 2022, a 37-year-old sound Engineer, David Imoh popularly called Dave Sound was lynched and burnt by a mob of motorcycle operators, on Admiralty way, in Lekki, Lagos. GuardianTV reached out to David's Widow, Grace who narrated her ordeal.
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Pro-choice demonstrators are rallying across the US in opposition to the Supreme Court's draft opinion that could scrap the right to abortion. Protesters say it is only the beginning of their fight against the decision.
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Top G7 diplomats meeting in Germany have warned the war in Ukraine is stoking a crisis that threatens the world's poorest. They also pledged to continue their military assistance to Ukraine for "as long as necessary."
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Nigerian entrepreneur Mustapha Gajibo has been converting petrol mini-buses into electric vehicles at his workshop, but he is now going a step further to build battery-powered buses from scratch in a push to promote clean energy and curb pollution.
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On May 9, Russians mark the defeat of Nazi Germany. But this year, Latvia has banned celebrations on that day, in light of the war in Ukraine. DW's Juri Rescheto went to Latvia's majority Russian-speaking city of Daugavpils to find out how that's going down.