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How Nigeria's Prez abducted an ex-minister in London and stuffed him inside a container

Ghana Web 14 Jun 2021
Dikko, an opponent of Buhari's military dictatorship, reportedly disguised himself as a priest and fled to London. While in London, he remained a vocal opponent of the military regime, which accused him of corruption and stealing millions of dollars from a rice distribution scheme he oversaw.
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How Nigeria govt in 1984 abducted an ex-minister in London and stuffed him inside a container

Ghana Web 14 Jun 2021
Dikko, an opponent of Buhari's military dictatorship, reportedly disguised himself as a priest and fled to London. While in London, he remained a vocal opponent of the military regime, which accused him of corruption and stealing millions of dollars from a rice distribution scheme he oversaw.
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Black hair takes centre stage as London fashion week focuses on identity

The Guardian 14 Jun 2021
... burden of heritage have all been reflected in key shows at this year’s London fashion week as political identity took centre stage.
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England Footballers Taking the Knee Engaged in ‘Gesture Politics’: UK Minister

The Epoch Times 14 Jun 2021
... politics.” The England team was booed by some fans in London’s Wembley Stadium on June 13 when players took the knee before kick-off in their match with Croatia in Euro 2020.
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Campaigners criticise G7 pledges on virus, climate

The New Arab 14 Jun 2021
"There is only one kind of multilateralism, that is, the genuine multilateralism based on the purposes and principles of the UN Charter and international law, and featuring equal treatment, cooperation and mutual benefits, not pseudo-multilateralism serving the interests of a small clique or political bloc.". - Chinese embassy London spokesman ....
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Campaigners dismiss G7 summit as ‘missed opportunity’

Dawn 14 Jun 2021
There is only one kind of multilateralism, that is, the genuine multilateralism based on the purposes and principles of the UN Charter and international law, and featuring equal treatment, cooperation and mutual benefits, not pseudo-multilateralism serving the interests of a small clique or political bloc.” - Chinese embassy London spokesman ... .
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A Nasa boffin, a BBC arts guru... and a banker who took a 98% salary ...

The Daily Mail 14 Jun 2021
I thought the evening might be a brief respite from grief ... We sat in the office of a West London academy’s head teacher, who looked barely 40, while he nodded politely and said it was an interesting idea but teacher training was exhausting for people in their 20s and frankly he couldn’t see how people in their 50s would be able to manage it ... Christ!.
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Stop arming Israel

Press TV 13 Jun 2021
In this edition of The Debate, Press TV interviews Yousef al-Helou Palestinian journalist and political ...
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Neil vows to expose ‘growing promotion of cancel culture’ at GB News launch

Irish Independent 13 Jun 2021
High-profile signings including former Sky Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher, ex-BBC presenter Simon McCoy and former ITV presenter Alastair Stewart offered viewers a taste of their respective programmes from various locations around the GB News studio in Paddington, west London.
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British backing for Israel helps to sustain the unbearable status quo

The Observer 13 Jun 2021
I often tell my first-year politics students that the study of politics is the study of power ... International governments’ support for Israel has continued even as Israeli political ... Rafeef Ziadah is a lecturer in comparative politics of the Middle East at Soas University of London.
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"We need more": UN joins criticism of G7 vaccine pledge

Gulf Daily News 13 Jun 2021
While the head of the United Nations welcomed the move, even he said more was needed ... "We need more than that," he said of the G7 plan. "We need a global vaccination plan ... U.S ... read more ... read more. Alex Harris at Wellcome, a London-based science and health charitable foundation, challenged the G7 to show the political leadership the crisis demanded ... .
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Europe keeps aiding companies to avoid surge of covid-19 insolvencies

Live Mint 13 Jun 2021
Rousselle Industrie SA ... Economies such as the U.S ... “If the phasing out of the measures currently in place is done too quickly, companies could be pushed over the edge," said Martin Oehmke, a professor of finance at the London School of Economics and Political Science who co-chaired a report by Europe’s top financial stability supervisor on the topic.
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WATCH LILLEY UNLEASHED! Is calling Canada racist a political agenda or a trigger?

Canada Dot Com 12 Jun 2021
WATCH BELOW as political columnist Brian Lilley breaks down NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s recent comment ...
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G7 gathers to bolster ties, cooperation

China Daily 12 Jun 2021
"The (summit's) main point will be to emit the message of optimism to the global public that normalcy is slowly returning," said Vuk Vuksanovic, a political analyst at the London School of Economics' foreign policy think tank known as LSE IDEAS ... Mary University of London, said.
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Biden puts Ireland into the UK-US ‘special relationship’

Irish Independent 12 Jun 2021
His words devastated London’s political elite and drew acres of newsprint from the Tory press. Acheson bluntly rubbished as “played out” Britain’s ambition to be a world political player in part via its “special relationship” with the USA ... UK prime minister Harold Macmillan delivered a fiery public retort ... Daily Update Newsletter ... .
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