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KADUNA, Nigeria (Reuters) - Bandits have released 10 more students kidnapped two months ago from a Baptist school in northwest Nigeria, the school administrator told Reuters on Saturday.
Alibaba urges online shoppers, content creators to start ‘planting grass’, kicking off new marketing campaign ahead of Singles’ Day
Alibaba’s 40-day Zhongcao campaign will start on October 1 across Taobao’s different channels, including live-streaming platform Taobao LiveThis initiative shows how China’s e-commerce market is now enhanced with a mix of promotions, social media content and live-streaming sessions
ABUJA (Reuters) - At least one million Nigerian children could miss school this year as the new term begins amid a rise in mass school kidnappings and insecurity, the United Nations children's agency UNICEF said on Wednesday.
LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) -Britain has approved plans to turn away boats illegally carrying migrants to its shores, deepening a rift with France over how to deal with a surge of people risking their lives by trying to cross the Channel in small dinghies.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Francine Niyonsaba of Burundi finished a frustrating season on a high with another impressive victory over 5,000 metres on a temporary city-centre track in the opening session of the two-day Diamond League final on Wednesday.
We need immediate strategies to deal with the mental health crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Relatives of the 298 victims of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 on Monday accused Russia of lying about its alleged role in the downing of the plane as they began testifying in the Dutch murder trial of four suspects.
LONDON (Reuters) - Bukayo Saka's penalty miss against Italy in July's Euro 2020 final produced collective groans and some diabolical racist abuse but his return to Wembley on Sunday ended with a beaming smile and rapturous applause from England's fans.
Man arrested for conning public out of RM91,000 with sob story of losing close relatives to Covid-19
KOTA TINGGI: A man working at the Pengerang Integrated Complex here has allegedly cheated hundreds of Malaysians out of donations totalling RM91,000 through viral social media posts claiming he lost 14 close family members, including his wife and children, to Covid-19.
Stopping online hate speech is hard. New research teaches machines to find white nationalist content
The goal was to train a machine to identify toxic language using conversations on white nationalist website as a model.