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4 Aug 2023
A nationwide strike called by Nigeria's labor unions to protest against the removal of a petrol subsidy and demand a new minimum wage got off to a slow start on Wednesday as most businesses were open, though with reduced traffic in some spots.

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Gaza bloodbath complicates ceasefire negotiation. Is there no end in sight to war in Gaza?The week began with a flurry of diplomacy to seal a truce before Ramadan, but that is now gone quiet, what with more than a hundred civilians killed after a scramble surrounding an aid convoy delivery in Gaza City.
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Parliament scrapped a rarely enforced colonial-era law criminalizing sex between men. However, it introduced a constitutional amendment that stands in the way of marriage equality.
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India professionals who sought their fortune in the USA or Europe in the past have changed their minds. More and more are opting to stay at home and make a career in their own country.
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This documentary investigates the shady business of pesticides. Many pesticides that are banned in Europe are exported to nations where their use is permitted, despite their toxicity. First and foremost, they are exported to Brazil.
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German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has visited Ukrainian troops training in Germany. He was joined by Germany's defense minister and Ukraine's ambassador to Berlin. Around 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers have undergone training on battle tanks since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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If you've ever loved and lost a pet, you may have dreamt of being able to bring it back to life. In China, where animal cloning is legal, this already possible. Several companies offer cloning services to pet owners, using the DNA of the dead animal to create a new pet that's very much like the old one.