Suicide bombing at a wedding in Kabul kills more than 60 people
19 August 2019 | 10:50 am
Joy and celebration turned into horror and carnage late on Saturday when a suicide bomber targeted a packed Afghan wedding hall, killing at least 63 people in the deadliest attack to rock Kabul in months.
11 Aug 2019
Mother in Nigeria has a priceless, heartwarming eruption of joy seeing son after 5 years. After her son had been in the United States for 5 years, this mother in Nigeria has a heartwarming eruption of joy when she realizes it was him at a restaurant.
8 Nov 2019
Why Senate declined confirmation of Joy Yimebe as NDDC board member
3 Dec 2019
"It is a joy to have six Ballon d'Or and to be the only one", Argentina striker Lionel Messi says after winning a Ballon d'Or for sixth time.
11 Apr 2020
Many were looking forward to a loud and fun Easter celebration this year and couldn’t wait to organize one fun activity or the other but, due to the lockdown, Easter celebrations will be quiet this time around. Some people share how they feel about this year’s Easter with GuardianTV.
15 Sep 2020
A woman whose baby weighed 600 grams at 24 weeks old is filled with joy as her baby now weighs 1.4kg after medical intervention.
20 Nov 2020
Manager of Spain's national football team Luis Enrique commented on his squad's 6-0 victory against Germany and its qualification for the semi-finals of the European Nations League, Seville, Tuesday.
8 Dec 2020
Focus on Nigeria's Aviation sector ahead of Christmas celebration
31 Dec 2020
Pro-choice activists celebrate outside the Argentinian parliament building after the Senate approved a bill to legalize abortion that will allow voluntary terminations up to 14 weeks of pregnancy. The landmark bill in the country of 44 million succeeded despite strong opposition from Evangelical Christians and traditional Roman Catholics -- with Pope Francis tweeting his tacit disapproval of change ahead of the vote.
13 Mar 2021
The Talensi people believe that the Golongo festival brings them closer to the deities. The effects of climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic have given new reasons for the celebration.
2 May 2021
In 2016, then 25-year-old Kenny Tanovan took over the Neuhof futsal club in the eastern French city of Strasbourg. In less than a year, the team went on to win the regional championships in Alsace. Ever since, the club has been the pride and joy of Neuhof, where men, women and children are either a part of the team or die-hard supporters. The Banlieue Project team went to meet them.
27 Jun 2021
Shin Shin, a giant panda at Tokyo's Ueno zoo, gives birth to twins. The bears are notoriously bad at reproducing - around 600 live in zoos and breeding centres around the world - and an estimated 1,800 giant pandas live in the wild.
3 Jul 2021
Critic Lisa Nesselson joins us to discuss the importance of France's annual "Fête du Cinéma". We also talk about "Charlatan", the latest feature from Polish director Agnieszka Holland. In her fact-inspired drama, a Czech man who has devoted his life to diagnosing and healing people with plants faces the wrath of the Czech government.
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Zimbabwe loses 260,000 hectares of forest annually. Once a year, the group Friends of the Environment organizes a multi-day walk across the country, planting trees along the way.
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Several armored vehicles of the presidential fleet, stained with blood and riddled with bullets, could be seen near the president's residence on Monday morning after reports emerged that Burkina Faso President Roch Kabore had been detained at a military camp by mutinying soldiers. It was not immediately clear if Kabore was in the vehicle when the attack took place but residents of the president's neighborhood reported heavy gunfire overnight.
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For two years, Bulgaria has blocked North Macedonia's bid to open accession talks with the EU because of a historical row. But with new governments in Skopje and Sofia, there is hope that compromise can be reached.
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South African-American businessman Patrick Soon-Shiong was joined by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday to open a vaccine facility aimed at tackling a dearth of manufacturing capacity on the African continent
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After the violent unrest of early January, calm has returned to Kazakhstan. Many people, however, have complained of excesses during the state of emergency — including illegal arrests and searches.