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Tens of thousands flee attacks on northeast Nigerian town: UN
UN says tens of thousands have fled a series of attacks this week by armed groups on the town of Damasak, Borno state.
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Most Cyprus passports issued in investment scheme were ‘illegal’
Between 2013 and 2019, probe finds that thousands of passports issued to rich foreigners were handed out illegally.
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At least 21 people die after boat sinks off Tunisia
Officials say search operation ongoing after boat, that left Tunisia on Thursday, sank on the way to Lampedusa.
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Thousands of Palestinians attend Friday prayers at al-Aqsa mosque
Thousands of Palestinians offer prayers on the first Friday of Ramadan at Al-Aqsa mosque compound in East Jerusalem.
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US-funded broadcaster asks European court to block Russian fines
Moscow has moved to penalise Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty for failing to label its reports with 'foreign agent' tag.
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Pakistan cabinet shake-up sees 4th finance minister in two years
Prime Minister Imran Khan shakes up his economic team in his sixth cabinet reshuffle since assuming power in 2018.
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Pakistan police file ‘blasphemy’ case against feminist marchers
Organisers of the annual Aurat Aazdi march on International Women's Day condemn allegations as 'baseless and false'.
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US senators call on Biden to back COVID vaccine patent waiver
Relaxing intellectual property rules would allow more countries to quickly manufacture vaccines, proponents argue.
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Prince Philip’s car is now a Sri Lankan royal artefact
The Duke of Edinburgh was a car aficionado who bought the 1935 Standard Nine for 12 pounds when he was based in Colombo.
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India’s COVID vaccine maker urges Biden to lift exports embargo
Serum Institute of India, world's biggest vaccine maker, says US embargo on export of raw materials hurting production.
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The climate crisis: Is capitalism the problem?
Author Naomi Klein and politician Kshama Sawant discuss why global mass movements are key to tackling climate change.
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Germany’s Merkel pushes for widening of powers as COVID surges
Chancellor Merkel says gov't must be able to impose 'emergency brake' restrictions on regions with high infection rates.
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Iran starts enriching uranium at 60%, its highest level ever
Announcement is likely to raise tensions as Iran negotiates with world powers to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement.
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Reckoning with Foucault’s alleged sexual abuse of boys in Tunisia
We need to address the reports about the French philosopher's predatory behaviour in Tunisia.
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Pakistan temporarily blocks social media over potential protests
Government orders hours-long shutdown of social media and instant messaging platforms after days of violent protests.
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What are the Benin bronzes, and why are they so controversial?
In 1897, British soldiers looted the sculptures, which now remain in Western museums and collections.
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Opponents of Myanmar coup announce unity government
Win Myint designated as president, deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi named as state counsellor.
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India: Vaccine exclusion fears over digital ID, face recognition
Millions at risk of missing vaccines as Indian state pilots facial recognition technology at inoculation centres.
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US-China tech decoupling: IMF warns of global GDP crunch
Technological fragmentation could lead to losses of about 5 percent of global GDP, IMF research shows.
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From Germany to Ireland, a fresh push to return the Benin bronzes
As a decolonisation movement sweeps across Europe, there are efforts to return art looted by British soldiers in 1897.
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Israeli army says it targeted ‘Hamas military sites’ in Gaza
Israel claims it targeted 'weapons manufacturing site', while Palestinian media say agricultural lands also attacked.
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Turkey’s Erdogan, Pakistani PM talk before Afghan peace summit
Imran Khan reaffirms Islamabad's commitment to Afghan peace process before key talks in Turkey later this month.
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Brexit pain for UK financial hub is just beginning: Study
About 7,400 jobs and $1.4 trillion in assets have moved or could move to EU from London, New Financial study finds.
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Olympics on the line as Japan slides back into COVID emergency
Tougher measures introduced to try and slow spread of COVID-19 that is being driven by new variants.
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Pfizer CEO: Third vaccine dose ‘likely’ needed within 12 months
Researchers currently do not know how long vaccines provide protection against the coronavirus.
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