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's medical strike suspended as unions give government more time
Our correspondent in Nigeria brings us the latest on the doctors' strike there which has now been suspended. Also, flooding across western and central Africa has killed over 200 people and affected nearly a million – we find out what's causing it. Finally, we see how the coronavirus pandemic has driven people to return to a local delicacy in Malawi: roasted field mice.
Boko Haram recruiting fresh members, targeting IDPs- Gov. Zulum, Acting UNILAG VC Soyombo steps down and more
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Maidan veterans see echoes of Ukraine uprising in Belarus
Ukrainians who fought in the Maidan uprising have expressed solidarity with protesters in Belarus. The government fell after months of demonstrations in Kyiv. What can Belarusians learn from their cross-border comrades?
Magu: VP Yemi Osinbajo's lawyer writes IGP, demands probe of 4bn allegation, Jeff Bezos' net worth now $180 Billion
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Covid-19: FG palliatives rotting under rain, sun in Kano
On May 17, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Farouq, delivered 110 truckloads of food items to the Kano State government to be distributed to the vulnerable and less privileged whose means of survival were affected by the lockdown directive. Two weeks later, the food items have not been distributed and have been left to rot in the open.
Remote working: Preventing digital eyestrain during Covid-19 period
To keep businesses going during this Coronavirus pandemic period, remote working has been the way out for most big and small enterprises. Here are a few things to know about digital eyestrain.
No evidence' you can't get Covid-19 twice - WHO, Nigerian banks allegedly hit by $3.Bn fine from CBN
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French gender equality minister on helping victims of domestic violence during lockdown
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Marlène Schiappa, France's minister for gender equality, discussed the rise in domestic violence during the country's Covid-19 lockdown and the measures taken by the French government in response.