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Tanzanian police say 45 died in stampede at Magufuli tribute

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Thousands of grieving citizens were trying to push their way into a stadium to pay tribute to the late president.

Lebanon: Protesters forcibly disappeared, tortured, says report

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HRW report says Lebanon's military intelligence tortured and forcibly disappeared anti-lockdown protesters in Tripoli.

Myanmar rebels threaten to ‘fight back’ over protester killings

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Three ethnic armed groups urge the military to stop killing civilians as Thailand helps wounded people at the border.

Rubbish scavengers who help keep cities clean plead for vaccine

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Millions of informal workers worldwide have been excluded from the vaccination rollout, risking spread of pandemic.

Mozambique: Efforts continue to rescue civilians from Palma

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Security contractor says bodies lying on the streets of the coastal city, situation still chaotic after a rebel attack.

Female polio vaccination workers shot dead in Afghanistan: Report

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Gunmen kill three female health workers in eastern city of Jalalabad, government sources tell Reuters news agency.

The social justice activists battling racism and misogyny

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The British activist who campaigned to make ‘upskirting’ illegal and the American anti-racism activist who inspires her.

Mapping major protests around the world

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From Lebanon to India and Hong Kong, we explain some of the biggest protests around the world in five graphics.

‘The Mauritanian’: What is life like after Guantanamo Bay?

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Hit Hollywood movie tells the story of falsely imprisoned detainee.

Nissan whistle-blower questions integrity of Ghosn probe: Report

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Former top lawyer says he was surveilled and demoted after he questioned the probe, Bloomberg reports.

Saudi Arabia ready to extend oil cuts by OPEC+: Report

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A fresh wave of COVID lockdowns may cause OPEC+ to extend cuts into May when it meets Thursday, Reuters reports.

Archegos Capital fallout may wipe $6bn from global banks: Report

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Losses at Archegos Capital led to fire sale of stocks after it failed to meet a calls for more collateral.

UN seeks $10bn for Syria as COVID adds to refugee suffering

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UN says a record number of Syrians are facing hunger, malnutrition and disease 10 years after civil war began.

China approves overhaul of Hong Kong’s political system

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Sweeping changes are the most far-reaching since the territory was returned to Chinese rule in 1997.

Myanmar: Five protesters explain why they will not give up

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More than 500 have died, but protesters say they must continue fight to avoid a return to Myanmar's dark past.

Bolsonaro, under pressure over COVID crisis, reshuffles cabinet

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is facing widespread criticism as coronavirus deaths and infections surge.

US official warns of ‘impending doom’ amid rise in COVID cases

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US is averaging 63,000 new daily infections as of Monday, as coronavirus vaccine distribution continues.

Could vaccinating an entire resort town revive Zimbabwe tourism?

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Zimbabwe’s tourism sector is estimated to have lost $1bn in potential revenue last year due to coronavirus pandemic.

US stocks hover near record highs as bank losses temper gains

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Financial stocks fell amid worries about how much pain banks will take following soured trades by a major US hedge fund.

France heightens pressure on Lebanon to form government

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French foreign minister tells Lebanese leaders months of political deadlock is worsening Lebanon's economic crisis.

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