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Air Peace begins regular commercial flights to Jo’burg soon

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The Air Peace says it will soon begin regular commercial flight operations from its Lagos hub to Johannesburg, South Africa. The airline spokesperson, Mr Stanley...
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Uber wins license battle in London

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Uber has won its battle to continue operating in London, one of its biggest markets globally, after a judge found that the company had sufficiently...
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Thailand takes first legal action against Facebook, Twitter over content

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Reuters Thailand on Thursday began legal action against Facebook and Twitter for ignoring requests to take down content, in its first such move against major...
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Protests Shake Bangkok, Challenging Old Guard’s Grip on Thailand

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BANGKOK — The monsoonal showers did not stop them. Nor did the specter of 8,550 police officers, whose armed presence evoked violently crushed protest movements...
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POS, Mobile transactions volume hits four-year high in Nigeria

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File Photo Despite the negative impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic witnessed by business owners, along with households across Nigeria, fresh indications have emerged that financial...
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Coup: Mali suspended from international Francophone organisation

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The international community increased pressure on the military junta that has seized power in Mali, as the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie suspended the nation...
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Protests Unlike Any in Thailand’s History

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BANGKOK — One student’s sign at the protest read, “No god, no kings, only man.” Another’s said, “You have awakened a sleeping giant.” Those protesters...
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Protests Take On Thailand’s Monarchy, Despite Laws Banning Such Criticism

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BANGKOK — The plainclothes men showed up late at night near Thammasat University in Bangkok, casing out the residence where the student activist slept. On...