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Unrest in Lagos after deadly Nigeria protest shooting

Several celebrities have also taken to social media in support of the protestors in Nigeria. Boxing's heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua has sent a Twitter message saying he was making a "tangible effort" to support protests on the ground. Nigeria Protests 👉 http://trt.world/1rmk #nigeriaprotests #endsarsprotests #lagosprotests

Protesters advise people to respect curfews, stay home

Protesters advise people to respect curfews, stay home

Thousands of Nigerians rally in anti-government protests

Thousands of Nigerians rally in anti-government protests

Nigeria’s protests explained

Nigeria’s protests explained

Protesters not backing down despite promise to scrap SARS

Protesters not backing down despite promise to scrap SARS

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UK families save as spending dips amid Covid-19

Korean app helps detect dog emotions

Korean app helps detect dog emotions

AI robot to be mass produced for wider market

AI robot to be mass produced for wider market

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Trump tenure led to trauma among supporters

Daesh claims responsibility for twin blasts in Baghdad

Daesh claims responsibility for twin blasts in Baghdad

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Decoded: Social Network Overlords

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Nigerian restaurants struggle as inflation rises

Egyptians are using horses to help children with special needs

Egyptians are using horses to help children with special needs

Doctors use social media to share Covid-19 information

Doctors use social media to share Covid-19 information

Biden promises 'wartime' effort to fight Covid-19

Biden promises 'wartime' effort to fight Covid-19

UK aims to vaccinate 14M people by mid-February

UK aims to vaccinate 14M people by mid-February

Pandemic tech dominates Japanese technology exhibition

Pandemic tech dominates Japanese technology exhibition

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