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CBN Governor’s Golf Cup to tee off in Abuja Dec. 5

Kindly Share This Story:The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that the 13th edition of the CBN-sponsored Golf Tournament would hold at the IBB International Golf and Country Club,

WAFU U-20: Dare charges Flying Eagles to win competition

Kindly Share This Story:The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Mr Sunday Dare, has charged the Flying Eagles to make Nigeria proud by winning the WAFU U-20 competition in the

‘Where people come to wait to die’: COVID-19 in US nursing homes

Ucedrah Osby heard the terrible news in a way nobody ever wants to: from a local television report, at the same time as everybody else in Bakersfield, California who tuned

Osun: People’s wellbeing heartbeat of Oyetola administration – Aide

From Clement Adeyi, Osogbo The Osun State Governor, Mr Adegboyega Oyetola, recently rolled out the drums and celebrated the second anniversary of his administration with pomp. In this interview, his

A Girl from Mogadishu review – tragedy and joy in a daring escape

Inspired by real events, this earnest but effective drama depicts how Ifrah Ahmed (played as a teenager by Malaika Herrador, and as an adult by Aja Naomi King) escaped Somalia

‘I saw people dying on the road’: Tigray’s traumatised war refugees

When Ethiopia’s army shelled Humera, a small agricultural city in Tigray, in mid-November, 54-year-old Gush Tela rushed his wife and three children to safety in a nearby town.A few days

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  • ‘Where people come to wait to die’: COVID-19 in US nursing homes

    ‘Where people come to wait to die’: COVID-19 in US nursing homes

    Ucedrah Osby heard the terrible news in a way nobody ever wants to: from a local television report, at the same time as everybody else in Bakersfield, California who tuned in. “They were doing interviews,” she recalled. “They were saying that the facility had a COVID outbreak.” Osby’s uncle, Clyde Lee Cooper, 76, lived in […]Read More »
  • Five Black British figures history forgets

    Five Black British figures history forgets

    London, United Kingdom – Amid a global uprising against racism, there has been increased interest in learning about figures in history that are often ignored in school curricula across the world.  Many of these characters relate to the US, the epicentre of the rallies calling for racial justice after the police killing of George Floyd, […]Read More »
  • Japan: Nike advertisement on bullying, racism faces backlash, boycott calls

    Japan: Nike advertisement on bullying, racism faces backlash, boycott calls

    Sharp online response over commercial showing several teenage girls bullied in school over race or other differences. A video advertisement from Nike Japan against bullying and racism that features biracial athletes and other minorities, such as those of Korean descent, has prompted a sharp online response including calls to boycott the company. The commercial, Keep […]Read More »
  • Running over the ruins of my home: Lahore’s Orange Train

    Running over the ruins of my home: Lahore’s Orange Train

    Lahore, Pakistan – Perching on a hand-woven, straw-seat stool at my uncle Zahid Mehmood’s dimly lit, rented house in the muddy streets of Gulshan Ravi, I am looking through our old family photo albums. It’s like looking at an antique film reel which projects me straight into the past. “The train rides through my house,” […]Read More »

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