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7 Mar 2022
DW's correspondents are reporting from Ukraine and the neighboring countries about the war, the refugee situation and how Europe is responding. Here's what they've experienced over the past few days.
17 Aug 2020
Alexander Burakov has been released after spending 10 days in detention. He told DW his arrest was linked to the authorities' efforts to hinder independent journalists from covering the presidential election.
5 Dec 2019
In this report, TVC News Correspondent, Ikenna Amechi speaks on the efforts by ActionAid and Delta state government to resettle Internally Displaced Persons in the state

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