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15 Oct 2020
The EndSARS protesters who were demonstrating peacefully in Abuja were attacked by a group of assailants Wednesday afternoon. Protesters calling for police reform gathered for the seventh day of protest Thursday morning at the Berger roundabout of the Nigerian capital.
14 Oct 2020
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8 Oct 2020
Back in India at a time when he's normally in his pyjamas sipping coffee, Kamala Harris's proud uncle was glued to a recording of her debate with Mike Pence -- and felt a bit sorry for the US vice president. Harris, 55, was the first black attorney general of California, the first woman to hold the post, and the first South Asian American senator ever. She and Democratic party presidential-hopeful Joe Biden face off with US President Donald Trump and Mike Pence during the 3 November 2020 US elections.
8 Oct 2020
Two high profile blasphemy convictions at an Islamic court in northern Nigeria have sparked a debate about the role of sharia law in the country after prompting a global outcry. In August, a 13-year-old boy received a 10-year prison sentence and a man was sentenced to death in the northern state of Kano, which runs sharia courts alongside civil courts. Twelve of Nigeria's 36 states apply sharia law.
7 Jun 2019
The parliamentary debate praised civil rights groups and the church for their roles in bringing about a peaceful revolution 30 years ago in former East Germany. A memorial to the victims of communism is being planned.
19 Apr 2019
Notre Dame donations spark debate on charity.
19 Jan 2019
Skepticism and optimism ahead of French 'Grand Debate'
18 Dec 2018
Ryan Selkis, Messari co-founder, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Mike McGlone debate whether digital currencies will decouple from Bitcoin.
31 Jan 2017
A parliamentary debate on the British government's plan to leave the European Union begins in Westminster.

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