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10 Nov
A Moscow court ordered Google's parent company Alphabet Inc. to pay a new fine for not deleting content Russia considers illegal. The move comes as state officials seek to rein in tech giants.
30 Sep
YouTube will ban any videos that claim commonly used vaccines approved by health authorities are ineffective or dangerous, moving beyond COVID-19 to include content targeting vaccines such as measles and chicken pox.
14 Sep
The Laibu Mkononi reconditions old smartphones, printers and even internet routers to provide e-learning content. They become suitable for settlements and far-flung places where access to electricity and internet connectivity is a mirage.
18 Jun
Hungary has passed a new law that critics say conflates pedophilia with LGBTQ+ issues. Is the government trying to deflect attention from its failures and divide the opposition?
29 May
The Indian government has slammed the posts as "completely false," with officials concerned that the term "Indian variant" could hurt the country's reputation.
8 Dec 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday.⁣
17 Oct 2020
On Inside Stuff this week. Martin Oloja talks about the fast-growing protest in Nigeria. The EndSARS movement that started a few days ago over how the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) section of the Nigerian police force has been brutalizing and killing innocent Nigerians unjustly.
12 Oct 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. ⁣
2 Jul 2020
When Nigerian social media content creator Josh 'Josh2Funny' Alfred started his #DontLeaveMeChallenge he never envisioned it would go global. Now, the viral challenge has not only been recreated locally, it has become the centre of entertainment across various social media platforms.⁣
20 Mar 2020
American video-sharing platform, YouTube has launch YouTube Music and YouTube Music Premium in Nigeria. The video platform announced that YouTube Music is free but supported by advertising. While YouTube Premium is a paid streaming subscription service that provides advertising-free streaming of all videos hosted by YouTube, exclusive original content produced in collaboration with the site's creators.
29 Feb 2020
Here is a video highlighting what some of our panelists had to share on defining and regulating 'Hate speech'. The impacts on audience needs and retention.
28 Feb 2020
Here is a video highlighting what some of our panellists had to share on various tools available to harness user experience as well as repackaging content in ways to enable the audience to connect.⁣

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23 mins ago
In January 2017, an all-female orchestra from Afghanistan performed for world leaders at the World Economic Forum, a symbol of just how far the country had come since the dark days of the Taliban. Viola player Zarifa Adiba was just 18 years old when she led that orchestra in Switzerland. Her memoir, which has just been published in French, is an extraordinary account of how music offered her a chance to show herself, her family and the world what Afghan women are capable of. She joined us for Perspective and told us about her fears for Afghan women and girls, now that the Taliban are in charge once again.
24 mins ago
With the contract killing of a fashion magnate by his ex-wife, amid the sort of squabbles and underhand dealing that could easily feature in a soap opera storyline, the Gucci saga was irresistible to director Ridley Scott. As "House of Gucci" premieres in London, we check out its stars Lady Gaga, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons and Adam Driver on the red carpet.
24 mins ago
India fears that a Taliban-controlled Afghanistan would benefit Pakistan. The government is trying to protect its strategic interests.
2 hours ago
Kabul residents on Tuesday said the first 100 days after the Taliban takeover had been difficult, expressing ongoing concerns about security and girls' education.
2 hours ago
The benchmark price for natural gas in Europe continued to rise in early trading on Wednesday, after spiking by 18 percent on Tuesday. The move comes after Germany's energy regulator temporarily suspended certification for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that would link the country to Russia. Gas supplies in Europe have been under pressure for months, with prices rising sharply for consumers since the summer. Also, we look why factories in China are experiencing a shortage of workers.
2 hours ago
Photos on social media claim to show the skeleton of a slain DR Congo human rights activist, Fidèle Bazana, who was assassinated in 2010. The posts also claim the remains were found at the property of a high-ranking police officer. But most of these skeletons are actually archaeological findings from 2019. Also, a fake photo of a Day of the Dead light show in Mexico emerges online. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.