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25 Aug 2023
If, indeed, life, as they say, begins at 40, it could be rightly said that The Guardian has come of age. It enjoys a brilliant pedigree as the citadel of excellent journalism, a reason for its acclaim as the flagship of the Nigerian press. The Guardian has evolved innovative ways and systems to sustain the averments in its motto: Truthful, Trustworthy, Yesterday and Tomorrow as “Conscience” continues to be “Nurtured by Truth”.
16 Jul 2023
Luis Martin Sanchez Iniguez was found dead in the state of Nayarit. He was last seen in Xalisco, a town that has long been linked to the smuggling of heroin and opium.
4 Jul 2023
We look at reactions from the Middle Eastern press after Israel's raid in Jenin and the West Bank. Also, papers react to Senegalese leader Macky Sall's decision not to stand for a third term. British and Australian papers continue to trade barbs over cheating allegations at the Ashes. Finally, watch Roger Federer join Coldplay for a song during their Zurich concert!
30 Jun 2023
With an increasing number of journalists imprisoned, harassed or even killed in recent years, Cameroon has come under fire for the state of its media freedom. DW speaks with young journalists, government officials and media representatives to find out why working in the media industry has become so dangerous.
8 Mar 2023
Despite 44 years of propaganda and systematic attempts at brainwashing in all educational institutions, the Iranian regime has failed to prevent women from rising up against the clerical establishment.

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