International report - World Water Day: many left behind in Nigeria
Today is World Water Day, dedicated each year to drawing attention to the importance of potable water. The theme for this year is 'Leaving no one behind'. But many are being left behind in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country. Even residents of the coastal city of Lagos are struggling to get potable water despite the abundance of water around the city.
The majority of the city’s residents have no government-provided pipe-borne water. The result is that the city’s residents have to provide their own drinking water. Getting potable water sometimes comes at a high cost and many people have to resort to unsafe sources.
Sam Olukoya reports from Lagos.
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International report - World's biggest humanitarian event wraps up in Abu Dhabi
The Special Olympics World Games is to wrap up today in Abu Dhabi.
As well as a sporting event for intellectually disabled people, it also happens to be the world’s biggest humanitarian event.
The closing ceremony will feature American singer Nicole Scherzinger.
Here’s correspondent Andy May with the third and final report.
International report - UN report accuses Israeli officials of war crimes in Gaza
A new United Nations' report is calling for Israeli military officials to be brought to justice for alleged war crimes against Palestinian civilians in Gaza, over the past several months.
Rami Almeghari has this report from Gaza.
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International report - Guinea's push for women entrepreneurs
In Guinea Conakry, the government has promised a new program to support women entrepreneurs. President Alpha Conde made this pledge last week during celebrations to mark international women's day in Conakry. The president said it was essential to make women economically independent. Correspondent Karim Kamara reports from the Guinean capital.
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International report - Didier Drogba shares his enthusiasm for Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi
The Special Olympics World Games are underway in Abu Dhabi.
This major sporting event for people with intellectual disabilities, gathers 200 countries.
In this report, Chelsea and Cote d'Ivoire football icon Didier Drogba, a Special Olympics ambassador shared his enthusiasm with correspondent Andy May.
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