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Major bridge repairs worsen Lagos residents' traffic woes

The closure of Africa's second-largest bridge in Lagos is expected to worsen the city's already terrible traffic congestion. The bridge connects the commercial district of the city on Lagos Island to the mainland, where most residents live. An economist says daily losses in productivity will amount to millions of dollars. Adesewa Josh has more. #Lagos #Traffic #ThirdMainlandBridge

Revamping Cars: Nigerian mechanic restores abandoned vechiles

Revamping Cars: Nigerian mechanic restores abandoned vechiles

Nigeria Building Collapse: Building housing school collapses in Lagos

Nigeria Building Collapse: Building housing school collapses in Lagos

Nigeria Building Collapse: Authorities call of search and rescue efforts

Nigeria Building Collapse: Authorities call of search and rescue efforts

Nigeria school collapse leaves at least eight dead

Nigeria school collapse leaves at least eight dead

President Mirziyoyev confirms civilian, police casualties

President Mirziyoyev confirms civilian, police casualties

Moscow claims full control over Ukrainian city of Lysychansk

Moscow claims full control over Ukrainian city of Lysychansk

In Focus: How is the act of genocide defined and can it be prevented?

In Focus: How is the act of genocide defined and can it be prevented?

Stargazers flock to Türkiye's Lake Van

Stargazers flock to Türkiye's Lake Van

Iran hopes Hajj will mend Saudi relations

Iran hopes Hajj will mend Saudi relations

Bangladeshi lives ruined by rising sea levels

Bangladeshi lives ruined by rising sea levels

Kosovars frustrated with EU visa delay

Kosovars frustrated with EU visa delay

UK scientists make gene-edited tomatoes

UK scientists make gene-edited tomatoes

Hundreds of flights cancelled across US, Europe

Hundreds of flights cancelled across US, Europe

Heat wave and fires badly damaging Tunisia's grain harvest

Heat wave and fires badly damaging Tunisia's grain harvest

Balkan states turn to diaspora communities for local investments

Balkan states turn to diaspora communities for local investments

Turkish President Erdogan speaks to journalists following NATO summit

Turkish President Erdogan speaks to journalists following NATO summit

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