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Written by: YAHOO!News Nigeria’s Buhari tells youth to ‘behave’ if they want jobs-Written by: YAHOO!NewsBy Libby George LAGOS (Reuters) -President Muhammadu Buhari told young Nigerians on Thursday that they must “behave” in order to attract jobs and investment. Buhari, speaking on Arise TV, said security was essential in order for investment in the country, where unemployment rose to 33.3% in the fourth quarter. “Nobody is going to invest in an insecure environment. So I told them, I said they should tell the youth that if they want jobs, they will behave themselves,” Buhari said. “Make sure that the area is secure. So that people can come in and invest.” Nigeria has struggled with high unemployment and rapid population growth for decades, but the joblessness worsened since the coronavirus pandemic struck last year when the country had not yet fully recovered from a 2016 recession. Buhari has faced criticism over rising violence in nearly every region of the nation. Armed gunmen have kidnapped more than 700 students in the northwest since December, Islamist attacks in the northeast have worsened and there have been nationwide attacks that have burned down police stations and killed officers. Parliament in April called on the presidency, armed forces and police to address the security crisis and some urged Buhari to declare a state of emergency. Buhari said the government would take a tougher approach toward insecurity, particularly against bandits in the northwest and separatists in the southeast. “We have given the police and the military the power to be ruthless,” he said. “And you watch it, in a few weeks time, there will be a difference.” Attacks, particularly in the north, have targeted farmers, worsening food inflation, which stood at 22.72% in April. Buhari said if farmers could not operate safely, hunger would spread and the government could lose control. (Reporting by Libby George, Editing by Angus MacSwan) Twitter’s suspension in Nigeria will end once the US social media giant submits to local licencing, registration and conditions, the government said on Wednesday, rejecting criticism the ban had stifled freedom of expression. Nigeria’s media and activists fear their country is slipping into repression after the government suspended Twitter in Africa’s most populous nation, where hyper-connected youth embraced the platform as a means of protest. LeBron James reportedly will switch from No. 23 back to No. 6 following the release of “Space Jam: A New Legacy” this summer. The former Houston head coach has reportedly registered interest in Boston as an option to head their coaching staff. As the company tries to win back the UK business it lost, more alleged victims have come forward. President Joe Biden is heading to Europe for the first international trip of his presidency. Throughout the trip he’ll meet with world leaders in an effort to shore up alliances and build support among allies to counter emerging threats with a united front. Advocates for Americans held hostage overseas are raising concerns that the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan will make it harder to bring home captives from the country. An annual report from the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation, released Wednesday, examines the status of U.S. government efforts to secure the release of hostages and unlawful detainees in foreign countries. The report’s findings are based on interviews with former hostages and detainees or their representatives and relatives, as well as current and former government and military officials. (Bloomberg) — Follow Bloomberg on LINE messenger for all the business news and analysis you need.Singapore will increase group gathering sizes and allow dining-in at food outlets to resume after aggressive virus restrictions over the past month stemmed an outbreak in infections.From June 14, group sizes will be raised to five from two persons, while operating capacities of attractions, events and cruises will be increased to 50% from 25%, the health ministry said in a statement on Thursday. Fro The death of Ronald Greene following his violent arrest by Louisiana troopers in 2019 has prompted state police to convene a secret panel to determine if officers in the same unit systematically targeted Black motorists for abuse. (June 9) Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador meets with Harris Tuesday as she leads efforts to stem illegal immigration at the southern border. A Russian court banned any groups linked to Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny after declaring them “extremist,” on Wednesday.The move bans his allies from elections and comes just days before U.S President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin are due to hold talks in Geneva.Washington has called for Navalny to be freed, and has condemned the recent court decision. But the Kremlin says it is a domestic matter and for the U.S to not interfere.After a hearing that lasted more than 12 hours behind closed doors, Moscow’s prosecutors accused Navalny and his allies of trying to foment a revolution by seeking to destabilize the socio-political situation inside Russia.A spokesperson for the prosecutors, Alexei Zhafyarov spoke about Navalny’s network outside the court:“This organisation has regularly organised unauthorised mass public events, which frequently have ended with mass unrest.”Navalny and his allies denied the allegations, and said they were an attempt to try to crush any opposition to the ruling party ahead of parliamentary elections in September.The authorities now have the power to jail activists and freeze their bank accounts if they continue their activities.The ruling also targets Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation which has produced high-profile investigations into alleged official corruption.Over the years Navalny has built up a vast political network that sought to challenge Putin’s grip on power.In a post on Navalny’s Instagram account apparently drafted in anticipation of what was a widely expected ruling, Navalny urged his supporters to not be disheartened.The message read: “We’re not going anywhere.” A group of lawyers presented a dossier of evidence Thursday to prosecutors at the International Criminal Court that they say establishes jurisdiction for the global tribunal to investigate allegations Chinese authorities are involved in grave crimes targeting Uyghurs, a largely Muslim ethnic group. The move is the latest attempt by international human rights lawyers to get an investigation started at the Hague-based court into allegations of atrocities against Uyghurs by China, which is not a member of the court. The project has been a point of contention among environmental activists and community groups for years. Authorities search for a suspected hit-and-run driver who killed three girls as they walked along a Southern California desert highway. Here’s a letter from the Internal Revenue Service that you may actually want to receive. Approximately one month ahead of the first payouts under the expanded Child Tax Credit, the IRS announced this week it’s going to be mailing millions of letters notifying families about the money coming their way. The IRS said it’s already started sending those letters to approximately 36 million families. On his first trip abroad since taking office, Biden will be spending the night at the Tregenna Castle hotel before meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday (June 10) and attending a meeting with leaders of the Group of Seven advanced economies starting Friday (June 11).The summit is expected to be dominated by vaccine diplomacy, trade, climate and an initiative for rebuilding infrastructure in the developing world. U.S. officials see that effort as a way to counter China’s growing influence.Biden’s eight-day mission to rebuild trans-Atlantic ties strained during the Trump era and to reframe relations with Russia will also take him to Brussels for NATO and European Unions talks and, finally, Geneva for a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. For the first time since the pandemic began, the Baltimore Ravens staff were able to gather in person for a community event, volunteering their time to help two local elementary schools. “You are attacking a woman unprovoked,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star said The Indian rupee slipped against the U.S. dollar for the second straight day on Wednesday amid weakness in domestic equity markets, which fell from record highs due to losses in energy and financial stocks. Yunus Musah got his 1st start in a bit, and Reggie Cannon, Brenden Aaronson, and Daryl Dike impressed and scored goals in a 4-0 USMNT win over Costa Rica.Source:

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