Is rude, crude Nick Kyrgios actually good for tennis?
28 January 2022 | 1:31 pm
We focus on Poland after the death of a pregnant woman who was denied an abortion despite losing her twins. Her death has sparked anger over the country's draconian anti-abortion laws. Also, the Australian Open will host an all-Aussie men's doubles final for the first time in 40 years. Finally, Beijing Winter Olympics organisers warn against hugs and handshakes in a bid to promote social distancing at the upcoming Game
13 Jun 2020
Crude oil: Federal roads deplorable due to non-remittance, says Lawmaker
7 Jul 2020
If tennis players flout rules on going out in the German capital to enjoy its nightlife, they will be excluded from competing. The stern warning from organizers comes in the wake of the coronavirus-hit Adria tour.
18 Dec 2020
Oiza Yakubu and Nene Yakubu both spoke with GuardianTV about playing tennis and the challenges as a player in Nigeria.
20 Feb 2021
Coronavirus digest: Australia puts 500 tennis players, staff in isolation. A worker at an Australian Open quarantine hotel in Melbourne has tested positive, prompting new virus restrictions. The Grand Slam's chief says he's "confident" the tournament will go ahead.
5 Feb 2021
DPR clarifies crude accounting process
19 Feb 2021
Australian Open welcomes back spectators after a five-day lockdown was imposed to curb a Covid-19 outbreak from hotel quarantine in Melbourne.
14 Mar 2021
Roger Federer admits his goal is to be "100 percent" back in business by the time Wimbledon rolls around after the 20-time Grand Slam title winner saw his comeback from 13 months out with injury end in Doha on Thursday.
30 Apr 2021
Tennis legend Federer auctions £1m of memorabilia for charity
23 May 2021
She's considered a table tennis prodigy; aged just 16, Prithika Pavade is heading to the Tokyo Olympics this summer as the youngest member of Team France. Pavade says her main goal is "to gain experience" ahead of the Paris Olympics, and that victory in Tokyo would be an added bonus. The French star, who is a member of Saint Denis Union Sports, has already been crowned European champion in the under-21 category.
6 Jun 2021
Days before the French Open kicks off, a statue of Rafael Nadal is unveiled at Roland Garros.
1 Jun 2021
The four-time Grand Slam champion has pulled out of the tennis tournament citing mental health issues. Organizers had threatened to disqualify her for not attending press conferences.
Prophet T.B Joshua buried today in Lagos, Diesel price surges to N290/litre as crude rises to $74.27
9 Jul 2021
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Military analysts weigh in on the major takeaways from Russia's now three-month-old war in Ukraine. We also discuss the results of a major probe on sexual abuse in the Southern Baptist Church across the United States. Finally, what does democracy look like among crows? French paper Le Parisien gives us an idea.
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Three months after the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, we spoke to French historian Antoine Arjakovsky, a specialist on Ukraine and Russia. He told us that the conflict is a "war of civilisation" between two different visions of the world: Russia, a state that wants to become a "21st-century empire", and the "nation state" of Ukraine. Back before the Russian invasion, when Moscow already controlled Crimea, Arjakovsky gathered with 200 experts. They produced a report in 2019 explaining their fears that Russia would indeed invade the rest of Ukraine – but this warning fell on deaf ears in the West.
5 hours ago
Striking school cooks in Ghana want a year's backdated salary and an increased feeding grant. Caterers blame soaring prices on the war in Ukraine. Millions of children will not be fed until the issues are resolved.
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Since the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan last year, international aid for the country has dried up. The pandemic and the ongoing food crisis have complicated an already dire economic situation. Unicef says that as more families are pushed deeper into poverty, they are forced to make desperate choices, such as putting children to work and marrying girls off at a young age. Our France 2 colleagues report.
7 hours ago
After suffering racism while fleeing the war in Ukraine, many Africans say they are now experiencing further discrimination in Germany.