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20 Apr 2021
A panel of inquiry has been inaugurated by the Gombe state government to investigate the cause of the violent protest in Billiri town and make recommendations to the government.
4 Jul 2020
Insecurity: Coalition on Terrorism Makes Demand on PMB to Sign Executive Order For Prosecution of Sponsors, Promoters of Boko Haram.
8 Jun 2019
A woman who has accused Brazilian soccer star Neymar of raping her in a Paris hotel has testified to Sao Paulo police. His sponsors are backing out, but Neymar still enjoys massive support in his home country.
9 Dec 2018
Alice Zhang is living her dream. She earns money playing computer games. But to survive in China's booming gaming scene you have to keep winning and attract sponsors. And, in this male-dominated industry, that's far from easy.

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In 2021, sub-Saharan Africa counted the most internal movements, with more than five million displacements reported in Ethiopia alone, as the country grappled with the raging and expanding Tigray conflict and a devastating drought. That marks the highest figure ever registered for a single country.
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For the first time in its over 50-year history, the annual gathering in the Swiss resort town is taking place against the backdrop of a major war in Europe. But that's not the only thing which sets this year's WEF apart.
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Fifty prominent Austrians are openly questioning the country's stance on neutrality. Yet, Austria, unlike Sweden and Finland, lacks majority support for joining the NATO defense alliance. Here's why.
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Turkey is forcing Finland and Sweden to keep knocking on NATO's door a bit longer despite other allies’ eagerness to let them in. Teri Schultz takes a look at how the accession process may now unfold.
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The UN human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, has traveled to China at Beijing's invitation. But the US has raised doubts about Chinese officials giving her "necessary access" to asses the situation.
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