Eighteen months ago, dozens of men were rounded up and paraded before the press in a video that went viral. They still await trial, but Nigerian society has already punished them. These are their stories.
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Warren Buffett, the billionaire chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc , on Monday called the coronavirus outbreak "scary stuff" but said stocks remain a good long-term investment and that he won't sell stocks despite the threat of a pandemic.
U.S. judge rejects Roger Stone's request she be kicked off his case
A U.S. federal judge on Sunday denied a request by Roger Stone's lawyers that she be removed from the case in which she last week sentenced the long-time adviser to President Donald Trump to three years and four months in prison.
South Korea seeks 'speedy resumption' of U.S.-North Korea nuclear talks
South Korea's foreign minister called on Monday for a quick resumption of stalled U.S.-North Korean nuclear talks, adding that her government stood ready to engage with Pyongyang to facilitate dialogue.
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Cargill to challenge Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods with new plant-based burger
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Actor Jussie Smollett due for arraignment in Chicago on hoax charges
Former "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett was due in court on Monday for arraignment on renewed felony charges that he made false reports to Chicago police about being attacked in a hate crime he is accused of staging in a bid to advance his career.
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