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Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this News24x7 Live news highlight for April! The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following:

1.Boko Haram killed 3 children in Nigeria

Nigeria has condemned the killings of three children in Nigeria by Boko Haram, saying the extremist group should be brought to justice.

Nigeria’s National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said on Monday that the children were killed on Saturday and Sunday in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital.

“The Nigerian government strongly condemns the killing of three children by Boko Haram terrorists in Maiduguri, Borno State, on Saturday and Sunday,” NEMA said in a statement.

“The Nigerian government remains steadfast in its commitment to ensuring the safety of all Nigerians and condemns the killings in the strongest terms,” it said.

NEMA said that Nigeria was committed to bringing the perpetrators of the crime to justice.

2.Boko Haram seized 20 girls in northeast Nigeria

Boko Haram has seized more than 20 schoolgirls in northeastern Nigeria, police said on Monday, as the extremist group made a rare statement about its activities.

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a new report has revealed the way in which women are treated in the U.S. and how it compares to that of other countries; there has been an increase in the number of women joining the workforce in South Africa; and more than 2,000 women are being deported from the U.S. for being pregnant.

Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this News24x7 Live news highlight for April! The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following: a new report has revealed the way in which women are treated in the U.S. and how it compares to that of other countries; there has been an increase in the number of women joining the workforce in South Africa; and more than 2,000 women are being deported from the U.S. for being pregnant.

In a new report released by the Human Rights Watch (HRW), it has been revealed that in the U.S., women are more likely to be fired from their jobs for being pregnant than for being men. According to the report, this is because pregnant women are less likely to be asked to take time off to have their child and are more likely to be forced to take time off.

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The leader of the Opposition, Jacob Zuma, has warned the South African Revenue Service (Sars) to expect more corruption cases to be filed against him. Zuma, who is facing a corruption charges, is now planning to fight back by filing an application in the Constitutional Court.

Zuma’s comments came after Sars commissioner Tom Moyane said the agency will launch an investigation against the former president, despite his acquittal on corruption charges.

Moyane said he was “stunned” by the allegations against Zuma, who has been accused of giving irregular payments to companies linked to the Guptas.

Zuma was acquitted by the North Gauteng High Court on Friday, after spending almost a decade in custody.

The President has vowed to appeal against the judgment, which was the result of a lengthy corruption trial.

“If the case is dismissed, we will take it to the Constitutional Court. We are ready for it,” Zuma said.

He also said that he will continue to work on the country’s development.

“We are not going to be distracted. We are going to continue to work.

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