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22 Sep 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday.⁣
25 Jun 2020
Federal High Court is set to deliver judgement on former minister of interior, Abba Moro alongside former permanent secretary, ministry of interior
6 Apr 2020
Following the outbreak of the coronavirus, scammers have gone to work, fleecing people of their money and finding dubious ways of getting their financial details. GuardianTV presents a few tips on how to avoid falling for their tricks and schemes.⁣⁣
12 Jun 2019
Visa Lottery: 8,000 Nigerians scammed of N560m
16 Nov 2018
Reps reveal the outcome of an investigation into NEMA's alleged N1.6bn disaster scam.
19 May 2017
Abba Moro: FG calls fresh witness against ex-Minister over Immigration recruitment scam.

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At a Tokyo art institute, more than a dozen students held up mirrors to their faces while stretching the sides of their mouths upward, fully immersed in a lesson not in their usual curriculum - a smile class.
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South Korea says Russian and Chinese warplanes entered its air defense zone without advance notice. Moscow and Beijing are carrying out joint operations to coincide with an increase in drills by the US and its allies.
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Drone footage of Istanbul's Olympic Ataturk Stadium on Wednesday showed preparations are well underway for the Champions League final on June 10. With 11 days to go until the match between Manchester City and Inter Milan, people were seen working in the stadium, Champions League signage had been applied to the stadium's gates and the hospitality tents were already setup.
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The number of wild mountain gorillas, who are at risk from humans, is increasing for the first time in years. This is thanks to the efforts of conservationists like Uganda's first-ever wildlife veterinarian, Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, who says they are truly gentle giants. There are just over a thousand mountain gorillas left, mostly high in the mountains in Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Kalema-Zikusoka has also written a book, "Walking with Gorillas", charting her life from young enthusiast to wildlife campaigner.