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10 Mar
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9 Mar
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18 Feb
Feared by men of the underworld, admired by his peers and superiors for his bravery, and honored by his nation for his service. DCP Abba Kyari is perceived as one of Nigeria's finest police officers until his fall from grace to grass. This is the story of the betrayal of a nation by a super cop.
23 Dec
Kim Potter fired her gun instead of her taser during the attempted arrest of Daunte Wright at a traffic stop. The death occurred during the Derek Chauvin trial.
21 Oct 2021
With COP26 to get underway in Glasgow in a few weeks, let's assess what has been achieved — and what hasn't — over the past quarter of a century of climate conferences.

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