Lagos to scrap pension for past political office holders, Border Closure: Dangote debunks report of sole cement exporter
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How Igbo mythology, physics, and identity comes together in 'Shine Your Eyes' II The Process
Amadi, a musician from Lagos, Nigeria, arrives in São Paulo, Brazil, with a mission: to locate his brother, Ikenna, who has recently broken all ties with their family - becoming, as the Igbo say, "lost in transition" - and bring him back to Nigeria. Amadi, who was always been more laid-back and carefree, in contrast to Ikenna's more objective-driven personality, has to rise to the occasion so as to not frustrate his parents, as well as for self-serving reasons.
Brazil's Amazonas opera house reopens for the public amid the pandemic
Cultural life returns to Manaus and its famous Amazonas opera house, as it reopens for the public and follows strict protocols to prevent the transmission of Covid-19 after the city and its health sector were hard hit by the pandemic.
Brazil: aerial images of graves as coronavirus deaths surge past one million
Drone images show Manaus' Nossa Senhora Aparecida cemetery, where new graves continue to be dug as Covid-19 cases soar in the capital of Brazil's Amazonas state and deaths from the virus surge past one million worldwide.
Coronavirus digest: India caseload surges to second-highest in world
The number of cases rose to over 4.2 million, passing Brazil's total tally. Meanwhile, Australia announced it expects to receive its first batches of a potential vaccine in January. Follow DW for the latest.
Brazil’s football federation announces equal pay for women and men
Brazil’s football governing body has announced that it is adopting an equal pay policy for both women’s and men’s football, becoming one of the first countries in the world to do so.
"Death" stalks the streets as Brazil passes 100,000 virus deaths
An actor disguised as 'Ghostface', the killer from the 'Scream' film franchise, walks the streets of Brazil's Formiga municipality to keep people alert to the threat of the coronavirus. Brazil has passed a total of 100,000 coronavirus deaths, crossing the grim milestone after President Jair Bolsonaro said he had a "clear conscience" on his response to the outbreak.
Presidency suspends acting EFCC boss Ibrahim Magu, Alleged N700m Fraud: Court adjourns trial of Ize-Iyamu till July 14 and more
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