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Nigeria ends Twitter ban after seven months | Social media news

Nigeria suspended Twitter after it removed a post by the president that threatened to punish regional separatists. Nigeria will lift the ban on Twitter from midnight (23:00 GMT) on Wednesday, a senior government official said on Wednesday, after the social media platform pledged to open a local office, among other agreements made with authorities in …

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Novak Djokovic’s Australian Open Visa Canceled

Australian authorities revoked the visa of the world’s No. 1 tennis player, Novak Djokovic, on Thursday after he failed to provide proper evidence about his exemption from rules requiring foreigners to be vaccinated, officials said. The decision was made after the Serbian player was questioned overnight at Melbourne airport by federal officials amid widespread anger …

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Dozens of migrants take shelter in an oil platform in the Mediterranean | immigration news

Rescue workers say 65-70 people were on a Shell oil rig where they were “holding all night”. Energy giant Shell and a rescue charity said up to 70 migrants seeking to cross the Mediterranean have taken refuge on an oil rig before being handed over to Tunisian authorities. Rescue vessel Louise Michel announced in a …

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The images show a year of catastrophic events due to climate change

If you think the pandemic lasts forever, prepare for the future of climate change. This year felt like a major disaster followed in another wake, with heat waves, hurricanes, fires, floods and freezing weather all contributing to a major disaster. deadly year – the death toll was Alarmingly underrated. Concerns about resources, particularly water, are …

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At least 20 dead in floods in the Brazilian state of Bahia | flood news

“We are living through the worst disaster in Bahia’s history,” the state governor said. At least 20 people have died in floods in northeastern Brazil, local officials said Monday, as the region braced for more rain. Home to about 15 million people, weeks of intermittent flooding have intensified in Bahia state in the past two …

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The rise of a new Hun: Cambodia’s ruling party meets to plan its future | News

Cambodia’s ruling party is set to choose a successor to Prime Minister Hun Sen at an extraordinary conference on Friday, with the results set after the 69-year-old leader. supported The eldest son of the position. Hun Sen, who has ruled Cambodia for nearly 37 years, announced on December 2 that “Hon Maneh is one of …

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Chinese tennis star denies sexual assault accusation | sports news

It appears that Shuai Bing alleges that former Chinese Vice Prime Minister, Zhang Gaoli, sexually assaulted her in the past. Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai claims she has never accused anyone sexually assaulted her A post on social media in November was misunderstood. Ping’s well-being became a concern for the global tennis community and rights …

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Russian forces in satellite imagery on the Ukrainian border

Satellite imagery provided to BuzzFeed News and a slew of videos on social media show that new Russian troops and heavy artillery have been moved to strategic locations around the virtual summit of Biden and Putin. by Christopher Miller Reports from Kiev, Ukraine Christopher Miller BuzzFeed News Reporter Reports from Kiev, Ukraine Posted on December …

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Ex-Barcelona youth coach investigated for sexual assault | football news

Albert Benignis, accused of sexually assaulting dozens of former students at a public school, denied the accusations. Today, Saturday, Spanish media reported that the former director of Barcelona’s youth teams, Albert Benagues, was accused of sexually assaulting dozens of former students at a public school where he worked in Barcelona. Catalan newspaper Ara reports that …

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