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20 Mar 2021
The former member of the Gambian armed forces is suspected of involvement in crimes against humanity, murder and attempted murder under then President Yahya Jammeh.
16 Mar 2021
Police parade 101 suspects arrested for various crimes in Kano
7 Feb 2021
Thirty years after a fatal arson attack on a hostel for asylum-seekers, German prosecutors have said fresh clues pointing to a far-right crime had prompted searches of a suspect's home.
26 Jun 2020
Dubai Police have arrested and seized over $40.9m (Dh150 million) in cash and over a dozen luxury cars in the arrest of Dubai based Nigerian Instagram celebrity Raymond Olounwa Abbas popularly known as Hushpuppi. He is accused of online fraud and money laundering.
7 Jun 2020
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1 Jun 2020
Ylva Johansson is the woman in charge of the EU's Home Affairs portfolio. She's a Social Democrat who served as minister several times in her home country of Sweden. The Commissioner is now in charge of weighty EU dossiers which have come to the fore amid the Covid-19 pandemic. These include ensuring freedom of movement around Europe's Schengen area, overseeing new migration and asylum policy, plus internal security and law enforcement. Johansson spoke to FRANCE 24 about the re-opening of EU internal borders, Sweden's handling of the pandemic and the risk of an increase in crime.
3 May 2020
The woman was snatched a week ago in front of her 18-year-old son. The suspect, along with two male accomplices, overpowered the woman and forced into a car in an underground parking garage.
23 Apr 2020
Men of the Nigeria Police have continued their night patrol to wage war against the crimes and criminality in the state.
14 Apr 2020
Residents of border communities in Ogun and Lagos are living in fear following rising cases of armed robbery attacks.
6 Apr 2020
Following the outbreak of the coronavirus, scammers have gone to work, fleecing people of their money and finding dubious ways of getting their financial details. GuardianTV presents a few tips on how to avoid falling for their tricks and schemes.⁣⁣
29 Mar 2020
There is a special battalion in the Nigerian Army made up of soldiers who have proven they can hold their own in combat. They are part of an elite all-women corps known as the NAWC – the Nigerian Army Women Corps.⁣
19 Mar 2020
New Zealand lawmakers voted in favor of treating abortion as a health issue, instead of a crime. The passage of the bill was a win for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who had pledged in 2017 to decriminalize abortion.

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Germany's far-right populist AfD is desperate to turn its ailing fortunes around after terrible election results. Party leader Tino Chrupalla is under increasing pressure as criticism grows from within the ranks.
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The impact of the Russian assault will likely haunt people in northern Ukraine for years: unexploded munitions, mines and rockets pose a threat to civilians. Demining teams face the dangerous task of removing them.