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3 Jul 2021
The number of registered sex workers in Germany fell by 38% last year due to the pandemic, with many likely pushed to go underground. COVID-related shutdowns have hampered both services and registration.
14 May 2021
More than 20 women in the east of DR Congo say they were coerced into having sex with aid workers sent into their community to help them face an Ebola crisis. We speak to one of the investigators, Robert Flummerfelt. Also in the country, an anti-corruption coalition warns that DR Congo could lose up to $4 billion from murky mining and oil deals with sanctions-hit Israeli businessman Dan Gertler. And a grave dating back thousands of years has been discovered in Kenya, helping shed light on the cultural evolution of man.
8 Dec 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.⁣
30 Nov 2020
She is a civil rights activist and the founder of the “Me Too” movement which is now a global phenomenon raising awareness about sexual harassment.⁣ Here are a few facts about our Guardian Woman personality of the week.⁣ ⁣
28 Nov 2020
Blondie star Debbie Harry speaks to Eve Jackson about a life of rock 'n' roll madness. They chat about her autobiography, recently translated into French, which features stories of hanging out with Andy Warhol, taking drugs, being flashed by David Bowie and having her house taken by the tax collector – all while becoming a trailblazing rock star. It covers her adoption aged three months and goes all the way up to her recent 2017 album "Pollinator". The band has just announced a UK against-the-odds tour for November 2021 with the group Garbage.
8 Oct 2020
Oloture is the story of a young, naive Nigerian journalist who goes undercover to expose the shady underworld of human trafficking.
3 Oct 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Sunday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Sunday.
18 Sep 2020
16 Sep 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Thursday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Thursday.⁣⁣
5 Jul 2020
Tacking sexuality from the perspective of African women, the Ghanaian web and TV series "An African City" is the continent's answer to "Sex and the City". The series has well and truly hit the mainstream. Show creator Nicole Amarteifio invited us to Accra for a glimpse behind the scenes.
26 Nov 2019
A sex tape featuring two students was recently leaked and subsequently went viral, leading to the expulsion of the lady in the video by Babcock University.⁣ Not everyone is happy with the varsity’s decision though.⁣ ⁣What’s your take?⁣ ⁣Drop your comments below and don’t forget to watch the full video at our YouTube channel, Guardian Nigeria.⁣
25 Oct 2019
The government's anti-discrimination agency says victims are often frightened to speak up in case their career prospects are damaged. Firms are now being urged to train executives in how tackle the issue.

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