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A ban on motorbikes has come into force in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, aimed at curbing crime.The city’s mayor said criminals riding motorbikes often robbed people.
Arrest warrants have been issued in South Africa for two celebrity musicians after they failed to appear in court.In March, Mampintsha, whose real name is Mandla Maphumulo, was charged with assault after a live video showed him hitting his girlfriend Bongekile Simelane, known by her stage name Babes Wodumo.The two musicians have reportedly since reconciled.
Teenagers are less likely to use cannabis in places where the drug has been legalised, a new study suggests.Researchers at Montana State University looked at health surveys of US high school pupils between 1993 and 2017.
Rapper Nicki Minaj has cancelled a scheduled performance in Saudi Arabia next week, citing her support for the rights of women and the LGBT community.
The family of a toddler who died after falling 11 storeys from an open window on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship has blamed the company for the accident.
The owner of the global restaurant chain Saravana Bhavan has lost a last-ditch appeal to avoid a life sentence for murder.P Rajagopal, 71, ordered the murder of an employee because he wanted to marry the man’s wife.
A court in Sudan has ordered the internet to be restored, five weeks after it was shut down by the ruling military council.
Denmark says it plans to regulate popular influencers after an Instagram star posted a suicide note online.The influencer, Fie Laursen, posted the note on Instagram, where she has more than 336,000 followers.
The gang rape of an 18-year-old woman in Germany has sparked a dispute about lowering the age of criminal responsibility.Two of the suspects in the western city of Mülheim are aged 12 and the other three are 14. Germany does not prosecute children under 14.