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- The homepage of Wikipedia largest encyclopedia in the world, in protest of the anti-piracy law in the U.S. which it believes will damage free and open Internet. The blackout is for 24hours.
- A Nigerian in Ojodu, a suburb in Lagos, Southwestern region of Nigeria, expresses his discontent at President Goodluck Jonathan's decision to remove fuel subsidy which has resulted in hyper-increase in cost of living. Photo taken by Ololade Adewuyi.
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Bio: Your Pal got an Honorary Mention at the 2014 CNN/MultiChoice African Journalist of the Year award; 2nd Prize Winner, 2014 Hala Nigeria Story Contest, organized by the International Center For Journalists (ICFJ); He is an Alfred Friendly Press Fellow, USA; a Visiting Journalist, at the Sun-Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; member, Investigative Reporters and Editors, USA; a member of the International League of Young Journalists, Russia; associate member, National Association of Black Journalists, USA; a Joel Belz International Media Fellow, USA; an alumnus of the International Institute for Journalism of InWEnt Germany, and an alumnus of The Fund for American Studies/European Journalism Institute, Prague, Czech Republic. He was the winner, 2007 Nigerian Young Journalist of the Year award. He is a digital/online/multimedia journo/aficionado skilled in use of audio/video editing software - Apple’s Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, Windows Movie Maker and Audacity, and in use of Adobe Master Collection CS6 tools for creating apps for the App Store/iTunes Store.
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