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Iranian woman sentenced to two years in prison for taking photo without headscarf


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The US-based human rights network HRANA announced on Friday that an Iranian shopkeeper has been sentenced to two years in prison for publishing a photo of him without a headscarf.

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The Lagos State Government has warned prospective homebuyers against patronizing property developer House Height Limited. The Lagos State Ministry of Housing said HHL is not an agent of the state government as the company previously claimed. Undersecretary of the Ministry of Housing, Faculty of Engineering Abdulhafiz Triola issued a warning following recent acts…

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Suspected Boko Haram insurgents have killed one Pastor Luca Levon of the Churches of Christ (COCIN) in Kwari, Geidam Local Government Area of ​​Yobe State. In addition to the pastor, the gunmen were tallied to have killed five other people. According to reports, the rebels entered the community around 2 a.m. Friday and…

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A ground failure at Zimbabwe's Red Wing mine, 270 kilometers west of the capital Harare, has trapped 11 subsistence miners in an underground shaft, authorities said on Friday.

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Arewa New Agenda (ANA), led by Senator Ahmad Abubakar Moalahidi, has launched an advocacy campaign aimed at strengthening access to the 2024 Hajj for Nigerian Muslims. This initiative highlights important issues surrounding the cost and accessibility of sacred pilgrimages and advocates measures to reduce the financial burden faced by those who wish to undertake the pilgrimage. According to ANA's efforts…

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