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11 Jun
India's government is renewing a plan to create a uniform legal system that would replace a patchwork of religious codes. However, there is concern the UCC will be used to further entrench policies favoring Hindus.
20 Nov 2021
Sao Paulo's Fashion week -edition 52- stretched into Wednesday featuring designs based on fashion in the popular mobile-based game "Free Fire."
24 Oct 2021
The head of the Fairtrade Foundation says consumers, businesses and governments need a ‘reality check’ on the situation facing farmers in developing countries. CEO Michael Gidney speaks to FRANCE 24 ahead of the COP26 climate conference, where Fairtrade will be bringing a pledge for businesses. In this pledge, companies will promise to invest in more sustainable supply chains and provide guaranteed prices to farmers.
13 Oct 2021
Big Brother Naija season 6 housemates Emmanuel, Angel, and Cross from their ‘exploits’ in Big Brother’s House, paid a visit to the headquarters of The Guardian. ⁣ The housemates talked about life, future plans relationships with fellow housemates in the house, as well as what they have come to realise after leaving the Big Brother Naija season 6: 'Shine Ya Eye' edition.
8 Oct 2021
On Thursday, Big Brother Naija season 6 winner Whitemoney and second runner-up Pere, fresh from their ‘exploits’ in Big Brother’s House, paid a visit to the headquarters of The Guardian. ⁣The winner and the third-place finisher talked about their journey, life, and relationships with fellow housemates in the house, as well as what they have come to realise after leaving the Big Brother Naija season 6: 'Shine Ya Eye' edition.
7 Oct 2021
On Thursday, Big Brother Naija quintet of Whitemoney, Pere, Cross, Angel, and Emmanuel, fresh from their ‘exploits’ in Big Brother’s House, paid a visit to the headquarters of The Guardian.
23 Jan 2021
Papers in Tunisia are struggling to make sense of the protests that have flared up just after the country marked the 10-year anniversary of its revolution. Papers agree that the country's politicians are to blame for focusing on political infighting rather than the concerns of the country. We also look at alarm over ongoing violence in Ethiopia's Tigray region and a #MeToo moment over incest in France. Plus, the inauguration may be tomorrow but Joe Biden's dogs have already been sworn-in in an online "indoguration" ceremony.
22 Apr 2017
Apple Inc. is testing self-driving cars and exploring augmented reality. Recent hires suggest the company is now also looking to the skies.

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