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4 Jul 2021
The Movistar Arena and the Colpatria tower in the Colombian capital Bogota light up in rainbow colours to mark pride month global celebrations.
31 May 2021
Every year, on May 31st, the World Health Organisation (WHO) celebrates World No-Tobacco Day to draw global attention to the dangers caused by smoking tobacco.⁣⁣ This year, the WHO seeks to advocate for strong tobacco cessation policies, increase access to cessation services, raise awareness of tobacco industry tactics, and empower tobacco users through its “quit & win” initiatives.⁣⁣
8 Apr 2021
A challenged world is an alert world. Individually, we're all responsible for our own thoughts and actions - all day, every day. On International Women's Day 2021, we celebrate women who are going against all odds, women who continually raise the bar and shatter the glass ceiling all over the world.
8 Mar 2021
A challenged world is an alert world. Individually, we're all responsible for our own thoughts and actions - all day, every day. On International Women's Day 2021, we celebrate women who are going against all odds, women who continually raise the bar and shatter the glass ceiling all over the world.
28 Feb 2021
The traditional 'Bate-Bola' (ball-beating) Carnival takes place in Madureira, a working-class neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro with revellers wearing large clown style costumes and beating the floor with plastic balls, which traditionally used to be ox bladders filled with air. Rio de Janeiro would normally be kicking off its famed carnival now, but instead of booming drumlines, glittering floats and barely clad dancers, the Brazilian city's "Sambadrome" is hosting a Covid-19 vaccination drive this year.
17 Nov 2020
UNILAG Staff, Students, Parents celebrate the return of Ogundipe Vice-Chancellor
23 Jul 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Friday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Friday.
11 Jul 2020
Here's the weekly recap of the biggest entertainment news. Join the GuardianTV team as they bring you a fresh array of gist every week! ⁣
29 Jul 2017
Pakistanis take to the streets to celebrate the ousting of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who's resigned over a corruption scandal. But the country is again without a leader, as a Sharif ally implies the military may be involved in his downfall.
2 Jul 2017
Thousands of revelers, British royals and even Bono are converging on Canada's capital on Saturday to celebrate the nation's 150th birthday with a massive party that will be held under a heavy security presence.

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