US Republicans force Liz Cheney out of party leadership after Trump criticism
The Wyoming representative was one of the few Republicans to not fully support former president Trump. She intends to remain in Congress, but could face a tough battle to keep her seat.
US President Joe Biden to raise refugee cap after criticism
But it's uncertain how many more refugees from Africa, the Middle East and Central America are set to benefit.
Does Willian deserve the hate from Arsenal fans? | The Nutmeg
Many Arsenal fans are fuming after the Southampton loss. Solomon Fowowe asks if Willian Borges, who has received a lot of criticism for the loss deserves all the hate while many Gooner's insists some of it has been unjustified.
Coronavirus: India's approval of local vaccines draws criticism
India's drug regulator's decision to grant emergency use approval to a local vaccine has raised eyebrows as the company developing it has not provided proof of its efficacy.
Two dead, 10 missing as gunmen attack FRSC personnel in Nasarawa, Bank loans to real estate operators hit BN666.73 and more
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Nigeria to reopen secondary schools on August 4, 2020 WASSCE to begin August 17, Google not opening
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Inside France's police academy, new recruits prepare for tough job
Over the past year in France, the Yellow Vest protest movement often descended into violence, with some police officers facing criticism for what many saw as their heavy-handed response. Our France 2 colleagues Ambrine Bdida and Mathieu Hauville take us behind the scenes of the French national police training academy, where some 330 new recruits are being prepared for the unique challenges of a demanding job.
Pope issues stinging criticism of Myanmar's treatment of Rohingyas
Pope Francis issued a stinging criticism of atrocities against Myanmar's Rohingya minority saying they had been tortured and killed because they wanted to live their Muslim faith.