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10 Oct 2023
As the UN mission winds down in Mali, the army is putting on a brave face in a looming fight with separatists. Can Mali's ruling military junta deal with insurgents? And why is discrimination is at the heart of the country's problems? The Flipside takes a look.
2 Jul 2023
In the latest installment of Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian talk about Federal character and nation-building under the current administration.
25 Jun 2023
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja this week examines the 'The Student Loans' (Part 2). Beyond the student loans. The Nigerian University system needs more than student loans.
18 Jun 2023
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja this week examines the 'The Student Loan'. Beyond the student loan. The Nigerian University system needs more than the student loan.
11 Jun 2023
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja this week examines the race to become the next Nigeria Senate President and Speaker House of Assembly. And its consequences if Nigeria gets it wrong next Tuesday.
4 Jun 2023
From May 29, 2023, our nation’s eyes once again turned toward public leadership for a new direction and meaning. And so as most governments, especially in the last 24 years have appeared to us as unprepared for governance, we need to encourage the new administration in Abuja and 28 states to begin to manage priorities in the public sector as if it were in the organised private sector
26 Apr 2023
As Israel prepares to mark Independence Day, the country appears to be at a crossroads. A planned judical reform by the far-right government has led to deep divisions.
23 Apr 2023
Sales of manga comic books are booming, both in Japan and the United States, thanks to innovative story lines that appeal across age groups, eye-catching graphics and the growing availability of titles online.

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Talking Europe hosts the head of the largest political group in the European Parliament, the centre-right European People's Party. Manfred Weber, a prominent German CSU politician, is hoping that the June 9 EU elections will re-confirm the EPP's pre-eminent position, but he is cautious on the possibility of alliances with the hard-right ECR group. We also touch on the "Russiagate" and "Piepergate" controversies, the EPP's contentious plan to reform the EU's asylum system, as well as French President Emmanuel Macron's "unwise" – according to Weber – remarks about potentially sending French troops to Ukraine.
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The allies of South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol have suffered a resounding defeat and lost their majority in parliament. Yoon might yet get a chance to recover, however, as his rivals battle legal issues.
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A man went on a rampage with a knife in a Sydney shopping mall, killing six people as he did so. Police continue to interview witnesses and are calling on the public to share video footage with them.
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Abortion is legal in the UK, but England and Wales are both experiencing a rise in abortion prosecutions; using a law that dates back to 1861. In the last 18 months, six women have been prosecuted and at least one woman has been jailed.
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Here's what's been making the business headlines in sub-Saharan Africa this week.