The life of a Nigerian protester under the Buhari adminstration

In many democratic countries, people freely express themselves in response to the policies of the government to either applaud or protest them. They may protest by embarking on strike action,…

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Iran to defy US sanctions and sell oil, Rouhani reportedly says

(Reuters) Iran will sell its oil and break sanctions reimposed by the United States on its vital energy and banking sectors, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told economists at a meeting…

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US reinstates tough sanctions on Iran, hitting oil, banking and shipping

(BBC)The US unleashed its “toughest ever” sanctions against Iran on Monday, a move that has already sparked mass protests in the oil-rich nation. The Trump administration reinstated all sanctions removed…

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ASUU begins indefinite nationwide strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has declared an indefinite nationwide strike. The strike is to protest the poor funding of Nigerian universities and failure of the federal government…

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North Korea warns of returning to nuclear policy

(AFP) North Korea has warned the United States it will “seriously” consider returning to a state policy aimed at building nuclear weapons if Washington does not end tough economic sanctions…

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Trump says troops will not fire on migrant caravan

(Reuters) U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that illegal immigrants who throw rocks at the military would be arrested, but not fired upon by troops. He made the remarks…

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A rare and colourful Mandarin duck

A newly arrived rare and colourful Mandarin duck fascinated passersby in New York with its vibrant blues, purples, greens, and gold colours. The Mandarin duck native to East Asia excited…

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