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Nigeria to ease lockdown in major cities on May 4

Nigeria will begin easing a lockdown across three major cities, including Lagos, on May 4th. Restrictions on movement will be replaced by new measures which the government says will protect people's health and livelihoods. Adesewa Josh has more. #Nigeria #Lockdown #Coronavirus

Nigeria to ease restrictions despite increase in cases

Nigeria to ease restrictions despite increase in cases

Unrest in Lagos after deadly Nigeria protest shooting

Unrest in Lagos after deadly Nigeria protest shooting

Protesters advise people to respect curfews, stay home

Protesters advise people to respect curfews, stay home

Nigeria Cycling Club: Riders push for more space in bustling Lagos

Nigeria Cycling Club: Riders push for more space in bustling Lagos

Mexico detains Haitian migrants sent back from US border

Mexico detains Haitian migrants sent back from US border

Highlights of President Erdogan’s address to UN General Assembly

Highlights of President Erdogan’s address to UN General Assembly

Internet brands US police initiative ‘don’t murder me’ bags

Internet brands US police initiative ‘don’t murder me’ bags

More anti-Pakistan fake news churns out of India

More anti-Pakistan fake news churns out of India

Walt Disney's racism problem | I Got A Story to Tell | S2E11

Walt Disney's racism problem | I Got A Story to Tell | S2E11

UK approves India’s Covishield vaccine but quarantine rules still apply

UK approves India’s Covishield vaccine but quarantine rules still apply

Erdogan warns of new migrant wave

Erdogan warns of new migrant wave

President Erdogan addresses Palestine-Israel conflict at UN

President Erdogan addresses Palestine-Israel conflict at UN

UN concerned over Washington’s rapid expulsions of migrants, asylum seekers from border

UN concerned over Washington’s rapid expulsions of migrants, asylum seekers from border

Turkevi Center skyscraper opens in New York

Turkevi Center skyscraper opens in New York

French president apologises to betrayed Algerian Harkis

French president apologises to betrayed Algerian Harkis

Netanyahu mocks Biden for ‘falling asleep’ in an already debunked video

Netanyahu mocks Biden for ‘falling asleep’ in an already debunked video

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