Xenophobic Attacks: The Need For Nigeria’s Foreign Policy Readjustment

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Durodola Tosin

Brexit came as a shock not only to Europe but also to the entire World. After my coherent analysis of several factors and actors, I didn’t expect such an unwavering support by the people to reach such a decision.

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Sheroes: Women of courage

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Jose Kalathil

Not far from the white marble mausoleum, Taj Mahal, built in 1632 by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, in memory of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal, in Agra, about 200 kms from New Delhi, stands Sheroes Hangout, the world’s first cafe run by acid victims, who were either spurned by their lovers for rejecting their advances or marriage proposals or by step-mothers or others.

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Fresh evidence of cluster bombs being used by Saudi coalition forces in Yemen

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Amnesty International

Human Rights NGO Amnesty International has corroborated new evidence showing that the Saudi Arabia-led military coalition recently fired Brazilian-manufactured rockets containing banned cluster munitions in the middle of Sa’da city in Yemen, injuring two civilians and causing material damage.

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The Budget: Head vs Heart?

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Hazel Speed

The live UK Budget broadcast had a most surprising twist for this writer, but first let us consider the presentations in the order they took place. I leave the fine detail to the link herein but rather, my observations were as follows.

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