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9 May
Barrister Oluwatodimu Ige, a legal practitioner spoke with GuardianTV about paternity fraud and when it becomes a crime according to the Nigerian legal framework.
24 Apr
Infusions, anti-aging creams or anti-stress drops made from cannabis are some of the food supplements that Morocco will begin to market imminently and that are already on display at the International Agriculture Exhibition (SIAM) inaugurated this Monday, after legalization of this plant in 2021 for pharmaceutical and industrial uses.
3 Nov 2023
In India, the idea of live-in relationships is considered a cultural taboo. Despite progressive laws, tradition and morality continue to have an iron grip on how society functions and treats women.

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