The Metrowoman Talk Show: Is cohabiting hurting or helping your relationship?
04 July 2020 | 11:41 am
On this episode, we discuss the issue of cohabiting and how it affects single women. Our question is from Vera, a single lady who lived with her boyfriend for 5 years, he dumped her and is now getting married to another woman. She is distraught and looking for answers; what did she do wrong?
Party delegates have voted by a large majority to join formal negotiations with the Social Democrats and the neoliberal FDP to form the next government.
With divergent platforms and a promise to have a new government before Christmas, the Social Democrats, Greens, and business-focused Free Democrats have their work cut out for them.
A US envoy said North Korea's recent weapon tests were "concerning and counterproductive." Last week, the isolated nation carried out tests of a new type of ballistic missile launched from submarines.
Oludemilade Martin Alejo also known as YCee in this exclusive interview with GuardianTV talks about his music, new album, life, and his feeling for actress Genevieve Nnaji.
Iranian officials say they will restart the long-stalled talks over reviving the 2015 nuclear deal. The new government has been slow to resume discussions, prompting international concern.
It's being dubbed the world's last opportunity to tackle the climate crisis. Annette Young talks to Osprey Orielle Lake, who's the executive director of the Women's Earth and Climate Action Network, on what needs to come out of the COP26 talks.
World leaders are gathering in Rome this weekend for the first in-person G20 summit since the pandemic. Thousands of protesters marched to demand climate action.
Ethiopia PM Abiy Ahmed talks tough as Tigray forces claim gains
General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan said the army takeover was "not a coup" but just an adjustment to the democratic transition. The US and UN are calling for the return of the government.
Golf is a club-and-ball game in which players use various clubs to hit balls into a series of holes on a course. The sport dates as far back as the 15th century and it is one of the most popular outdoor games around the world. Even though the game is not really popular in mainstream Nigeria, it has often been regarded as a male and elite sport, but this set of women are changing the narrative, to them, golf is more than just a game. Some female golfers took out time to share their experiences playing a sport that is mostly dominated by men.
India fears that a Taliban-controlled Afghanistan would benefit Pakistan. The government is trying to protect its strategic interests.
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, said talks with Iran would continue and that an additional round of negotiations between the regional rivals was expected soon.
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