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Ugandan teachers turn to coffin-making after schools close

The Covid-19 pandemic resulted in the country’s schools closing and teachers being left without jobs

Samsung boss goes on trial on drugs charges

Two months ago Lee Jae-yong was released early from a two and a half year prison term for bribery, embezzlement and other offences in connection with a corruption scandal

Facebook whistleblower to call for regulation

Ex-employee Frances Haugen is set to testify on Capitol Hill after she leaked reams of internal research to authorities and The Wall Street Journal, which detailed how Facebook knew its sites were potentially harmful to young people's mental health

Sheriff fire shot for less ‘Super’ clubs at Real Madrid

With all the talk of a European Super League for the elite, the minnows from the Moldovan league gave a timely reminder of the appeal of open competition

Netflix acquires first video game studio

Netflix had indicated its intention to venture into video games in July, eyeing potential hits based on the storylines of popular TV series

France slashes visas for Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia in migrant row

Immigration is shaping up to be a key issue in next year's French presidential election, when President Macron is widely expected to face off again against the far-right leader Marine Le Pen

Boks bank on experience against All Blacks

The world champions must win with a bonus point in Townsville on Saturday to keep their slender Rugby Championship hopes alive

Kremlin says European court’s ruling on Litvinenko killing is ‘unfounded’

The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday ruled that Russia was "responsible" for the 2006 killing of dissident agent Alexander Litvinenko

Sudan government says it foiled coup attempt linked to Bashir regime

State television broadcast patriotic songs as it announced the coup attempt and urged "the people to confront it".

UK warns on cryptocurrency ads after Kardashian post

Social media influencers are routinely paid by scammers to help them pump and dump new tokens on the back of pure speculation

UN denies Sudan refugee camps used as bolthole for Tigray rebels

Last month Sudan recalled its ambassador to Ethiopia, saying Addis Ababa had spurned its efforts to broker a ceasefire in the Tigray conflict.

Taiwan Le Mans 24 team told to remove national flag

China views Taiwan as part of its territory.

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