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30 Mar 2021
A campaign group for bereaved families draws almost 150,000 hearts on a wall opposite Britain’s Houses of Parliament as a memorial to victims of the Covid-19 pandemic. The group Covid-19 Bereaved Families For Justice UK, which organised the event, has called for a public inquiry into the government’s handling of the pandemic. Labour leader Keir Starmer also came to see the hearts and said it was a "close reminder to all of us that we must express our voices on behalf of those who have lost someone.".
20 Mar 2021
Nearly 20 years after a brutal Maoist rebel insurgency left thousands of people dead, families of victims are still waiting for justice.
8 Mar 2021
In his first public address on his history-making trip to Iraq, Pope Francis says the minority Yazidis were victims of violent "atrocities" at the hands of the Islamic State group.
21 Feb 2021
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20 Feb 2021
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19 Feb 2021
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Saturday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Saturday.⁣
10 Feb 2021
Kaduna insecurity: we need more help - Victims of bandits attack
4 Feb 2021
Brazilians celebrate Yemanja, goddess of the sea, in Salvador, Brazil. The tradition normally attracts thousands of people, but with the pandemic only a few assisted in the ceremony this year, this time dedicated to Covid-19 victims.
4 Feb 2021
Governor Makinde empathises with victims of herdsmen attack
18 Jan 2021
Police kill two bandits, arrest thirty suspects, rescue nine kidnap victims in Zamfara
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Relatives of Italians who died from COVID-19 are suing the government for negligence in handling the outbreak. Italy was the first country outside China to be hit by the virus, which raged across Lombardy and beyond.
14 Dec 2020
More than 200 girls, women, victims of GBV undergo training in Sokoto

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