5 stories you may have missed today – Evening briefing
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Good evening. Here’s the top stories from today.
Nigerian designer Sefiya Diejomaoh, pictured above sporting a diamante-studded covering, did not want to stop being stylish.
Describing Flairjet’s action as callous, he said the crew was being questioned and maximum penalties could follow.
Most children use plastic bowls to beg for food
Powerful politicians in northern Nigeria are pushing for the scrapping of controversial Koranic schools after some pupils found themselves at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak, write the BBC’s Nduka Orjinmo and Mansur Abubakar.
What vocational psychologists can teach us about the new ways of working.
The COVID-19 pandemic – and the resulting lockdowns – have had a major impact on research at institutions across the world, and universities in particular.
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