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3 Nov
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. ⁣
3 Nov
The much-awaited Anambra gubernatorial election comes up this Saturday, and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is assuring residents of its readiness to organise a hitch-free poll.⁣⁣⁣
14 Sep
China is facing its biggest rebound of COVID-19 infections. Meanwhile, the UK is set to announce its strategy for booster jabs ahead of the winter months.
8 Sep
The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting massive production disruptions in Southeast Asia will lead to greater diversification and a major reshaping of global supply chains, according to experts.
8 Jul 2021
The UN's top human rights official condemned Myanmar's ruling military junta and said it was using "disproportionate force" against the opposition.
21 Dec 2020
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Saturday that millions of people in London and southeast England would have to cancel Christmas plans and stay home, owing to a new strain of virus that is spreading far more quickly.
1 Jul 2020
DG, Marketing and Quality Management Agency, Abia State Sam Heart talks about the lessons learned from Aba market, a production hub in southeast Nigeria during the covid-19 pandemic period.
1 Jan 2020
Experts have warned the death toll is expected to rise as bushfires continue to engulf the southeast coastal region of the country. The military has been deployed to bring relief. Smoke has reached as far as New Zealand.
13 Aug 2019
After years of exile in Laos for violating lese-majeste laws, the Thai protest band Faiyen arrived in France, seeking asylum and singing songs forbidden at home. Their escape comes as more activists are disappearing.
3 Dec 2018
Railway Rehabilitation: Southeast senator accuses transport minister of neglecting zone.
15 Nov 2017
President Muhammadu Buhari is on a two day visit to the pro-Biafran separatists in the south-east for the first time since he took office in 2015.

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