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15 Oct 2020
The EndSARS protesters who were demonstrating peacefully in Abuja were attacked by a group of assailants Wednesday afternoon. Protesters calling for police reform gathered for the seventh day of protest Thursday morning at the Berger roundabout of the Nigerian capital.
14 Oct 2020
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25 Jan 2020
After securing a trade truce with China, the US president has now turned to the EU. Trump threatened car tariffs if European countries implement a digital tax. The EU says a new deal could come "in a few weeks."
15 Dec 2019
China has said it could waive tariffs on some US soybean and pork shipments, in a sign that trade tensions might be easing. The two countries are in early talks about the de-escalation of their long-running dispute.
18 Oct 2019
Europe braces as US tariffs kick in on $7.5 billion worth of goods
4 Oct 2019
US announces tariffs on $7.5 billion of European goods
26 Jun 2019
Starting from the first of July, Ghanaians will be paying 8.01 per cent higher for water according to the new tariffs permitted by Ghana’s Public Utility Regulatory Commission. While electricity tariffs were also raised by just over 11 per cent.
17 Jun 2019
India has imposed higher levies on a range of US products after Washington ended key trade privileges for New Delhi. The US accuses India of being a "high-tariff country" that limits access to its gigantic market.
19 May 2019
US-China trade war heats up as Trump hikes tariffs.
21 Mar 2019
China's Ambassador to the European Union Zhang Ming discusses his country's relationship with the U.S. and the EU, the trade war, tariffs, and Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to Europe. He speaks with Bloomberg's Maria Tadeo in Brussels.

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