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22 Nov
Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok is set to return to power in Sudan just weeks after being ousted by the country's military. The military also pledged to free all political detainees.
25 Oct
The hard-line TLP party has agreed to suspend a three-day-long march after the government agreed to drop charges against its leader and consider expelling the French ambassador over caricatures of Prophet Muhammad.
9 Aug
James Corden has reportedly been offered £7 million to host ‘The Late Late Show’ for at least two more years, ahead of his current contract coming to an end in 2022.
2 May
The EU has ratified the bitterly debated trade deal between the bloc and its former member, Britain. The bare bones deal was agreed last-minute in December last year.
27 Jan
Thomas Tuchel has been named Chelsea manager in the wake of Frank Lampard's sacking, the Premier League club said on Tuesday. The 47-year-old German, the former Borussia Dortmund, and Paris St Germain coach have agreed on an 18-month contract with the possibility of an extension.
19 Jan
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11 Jan
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9 Jan
People in Saudi Arabia welcome the breakthrough in the three-year Gulf crisis after Riyadh overnight re-opened its borders to Qatar. Saudi Arabia had led a coalition of countries that cut ties and transport links with Qatar in June 2017, saying that it was too close to Iran and backed radical Islamist groups -- allegations Doha has always denied.
4 Dec 2020
His country is very much at the heart of the as-yet unresolved Brexit negotiations, facing the prospect of a “no deal” scenario in the middle of a pandemic: FRANCE 24 spoke to Ireland’s Foreign Minister Simon Coveney. He says that bridging gaps such as the ones on fisheries and fair competition “is not an easy political compromise to strike” between Britain and the EU. Brexit however, has to be resolved “within days”, he says, warning that the absence of an agreement would result in “huge uncertainty and costs that both economies and societies can’t afford right now”.
16 Sep 2020
Silicon Valley tech giant Oracle is "very close" to sealing a deal to become the US partner to Chinese-owned video app TikTok to avert a ban in the United States, President Donald Trump says.
28 Aug 2020
There are international calls for Mali to transition to civilian rule as soon as possible. The junta that ousted President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita last week says it's hoping for a three-year post-coup transition. In Tanzania, campaigning has kicked off ahead of October’s general election that has already led to opposition claims of persecution. And more Cameroonian farmers are using fish to cultivate their crops as they invest in Aquaponics in the hope that the system can help boost output.
5 Jul 2020
New Delhi is racing to contain the pandemic, as the Indian capital remains hardest-hit by the outbreak in the country. More than 500,000 cases were recorded nationwide. Follow DW for the latest.

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Miss Waldron's red colobus monkeys were thought extinct. But researchers think they may have heard some of them in a forest in Ivory Coast. Now locals need to be convinced to help find and save these endangered primates.
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Germany's top court is reviewing the case of an accomplice to the neo-Nazi NSU terror cell. Prosecutors are hoping to increase his sentence from 2.5 to 12 years.
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The Observers, we caught up with a Syrian migrant who filmed himself crossing the Maritsa river from Turkey to Greece, in order to reach the European Union. He recounts his various trials crossing the river and being confronted by Greek border guards. Then, we go to the United States, where an unprecedented number of people are quitting their jobs, after being fed up with corporate culture and work-life balance during the Covid-19 pandemic. They've shared their #QuitMyJob stories on TikTok.
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Gambian voters will cast their votes on December 4 in a hotly contested presidential election. Observers view the polls as a crucial litmus test of Gambia's democracy.
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South Africa's president warns of a "health apartheid", criticising travel bans once again. This as Omicron becomes the dominant strain of Covid-19 in the country. Meanwhile in Cameroon, we meet survivors of sexual violence from the Anglophone regions. Rape and abuse are being used as weapons of war in the conflict. Finally, our reporters are in Gambia ahead of Saturday's presidential poll. We bring you a report on voters waiting to take part in the country's democratic transition.
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Today is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) and Guardian TV’s Victor Odogwu sat down with Eleanora Boyo, the founder of House of Eleanora Foundation to talk about gender and disability-based violence, as well as other issues affecting Persons Living With Disabilities (PLWDs).