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Protesters not backing down despite promise to scrap SARS

At least one person has been killed in protests over police brutality this week in Nigeria. On Monday, President Muhammadu Buhari officially announced the disbandment of the Special Anti Robbery Squad, known as SARS. It's the police unit at the heart of the demonstrations, and activists say officials have promised to rein it in before. The government on Tuesday evening said it will set up a new special police unit to replace SARS. Adesewa Josh has more. Coronavirus in Africa 👉http://trt.world/13f2 ##EndSARS #Policebrutality #SARSmustend

Thousands of Nigerians rally in anti-government protests

Thousands of Nigerians rally in anti-government protests

Nigeria’s protests explained

Nigeria’s protests explained

What Will It Take To End Anti-Police Brutality Protests in Nigeria?

What Will It Take To End Anti-Police Brutality Protests in Nigeria?

Protesters advise people to respect curfews, stay home

Protesters advise people to respect curfews, stay home

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Coronavirus leading to mental health pandemic

India rolls out world's largest immunisation programme

India rolls out world's largest immunisation programme

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Palestinians in occupied East Jerusalem face eviction

Palestinians in occupied East Jerusalem face eviction

Covid-19 cases surge in Brazil crippling the health sector

Covid-19 cases surge in Brazil crippling the health sector

At least 35 killed in magnitude 6.2 quake in West Sulawesi

At least 35 killed in magnitude 6.2 quake in West Sulawesi

Living through pandemic affects mental well-being of many

Living through pandemic affects mental well-being of many

Germany's CDU to vote on new leader after Merkel

Germany's CDU to vote on new leader after Merkel

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Turkey begins distribution of CoronaVac shots

Turkey begins distribution of CoronaVac shots

Govt apologises for decades of abuse at childcare homes

Govt apologises for decades of abuse at childcare homes

Camel racing makes comeback in Egypt

Camel racing makes comeback in Egypt

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