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13 Jul 2021
The Nigerian public, not just the media, have good reasons to be wary and collectively reject the media regulation bills now in the National Assembly, Abuja.
10 May 2021
It’s that time of the year when the significance of a free press is brought to the fore. Globally known as World Press Freedom Day
2 May 2021
Well, it is said that nothing good comes easy. We have to keep trying, especially the serious media. We have to earn the credibility and trust of people through our work.
12 Jan 2021
In the world over, media plays a critical role in sustenance of democracy. However, hundreds of journalists have been killed, harassed or threatened while performing their duty as watchdog of the society.
9 Mar 2019
About 15 thugs attacked The Guardian reporter on Saturday while discharging his duty at a collation centre situated at the Community Primary School in Idimu area of Lagos. When the reporter visited the centre to check the movement of election materials at about 8:15 am, some of the INEC ad-hoc staff were seen barricading the…

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China reported zero new Covid-19 infections in Shanghai for the first time since March on Saturday, as the country's latest outbreak subsides after months of lockdowns and other restrictions.
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European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell met Iran's top diplomat on Saturday after arriving in Tehran for talks on efforts to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
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A ruined village in eastern Afghanistan, just 10 kilometres (six miles) from the epicentre of this week's deadly earthquake, is struggling back to life as aid trickles into the isolated region.