Wednesday, 21st February 2024
To guardian.ng
Search

friendship

21 Jan
A booker prize nominated author has told FRANCE 24 that he wakes up every day grateful that he’s able to reflect on his own life in his work. Brandon Taylor was born into a small, Baptist, conservative community in Alabama, where he felt he never fitted in as a gay person. His books, semi-autobiographical, are full of identity politics.

Latest

3 hours ago
Nigeria's defense chief General Christopher Musa said on Tuesday (February 20) that reports into a military drone attack that killed at least 85 civilians in northern Kaduna state in December will be released by the end of the month.
4 hours ago
40% of the global population is overweight or obese. Highly processed industrial foodstuffs are largely to blame. But food companies continue to focus on products that are addictive.
4 hours ago
Eleven lions were released into the Lionsrock Big Cat Sanctuary in South Africa on Saturday, having been flown out of war-torn Sudan's capital Khartoum.
1 day ago
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday.
1 day ago
The family of Alexei Navalny has reportedly been informed that his body will be withheld for two weeks. Hundreds have been arrested across Russia for honoring the country's most prominent opposition politician.
1 day ago
The wife of Alexei Navalny fears that Russian authorities will not release her husband’s body to cover up his killing. According to toxicologist Marc-Michael Blum, however, it takes weeks if not months until traces of nerve agents are no longer detectable.