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30 May 2016
Speaking to Al Jazeera from Geneva, William Spindler, a UNHCR spokesman for Europe, said there had been a spate of incidents in the Mediterranean last week.
30 May 2016
Fresh from their 1-0 defeat of Mali in an international friendly in Rouen, France, on Friday, the Super Eagles have arrived in Luxembourg to prepare for their last game in the two-game tour of Europe.
30 May 2016
“Countries with different levels of development and from different regions and often differing views on many issues, found a common vision in Paris.
27 May 2016
Trade union members were seen slowing traffic at the Gravelines Nuclear Power Station, handing out leaflets and encouraging drivers to join the strike.
27 May 2016
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry said unclear economic policy had fuelled worsening inflation.
27 May 2016
At above $50 per barrel, crude oil prices have finally strongly surpassed Nigeria’s budgetary benchmark of $38 a barrel.
27 May 2016
Another setback hit the nation’s oil production yesterday as the militant group, Niger Delta Avengers (NDA), blew up a facility belonging to Chevron Nigeria Limited.
27 May 2016
Yusuf, who assumed the Eagles’ mantle on the exit of Coach Sunday Oliseh, believes today’s match will show the whole world that Nigeria has not lost its lustre despite its recent failings.
24 May 2016
Amidst speculations on why President Buhari cancelled his scheduled official visit to Lagos, the presidency yesterday insisted it had nothing to do with an illness.
24 May 2016
The Chairman of the NEITI Board, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, at the presentation of the report yesterday in Abuja, said some revenues that should have gone to the Federation Account in 2013 didn’t make it .
24 May 2016
The United States (U.S.) has lifted a decades-old arms embargo on Vietnam in a historic move that follows the country’s growing assertiveness against China’s influence in the region.
24 May 2016
Africa's football ruling body, CAF, will today in Cairo, Egypt, decide the opponents for Nigerian side, Enyimba, in the group stage of the continent’s Champions League.

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Maize Farmers in Nigeria would soon regain strength from the economic losses from insect pests and drought running into N9 billion annually as the Institute for Agricultural Technology Research (IAR), Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, sets to deploy hybrids Maize (Tela Maize) to farmers. With a population of over 200 million, maize production capacity is still…
35 mins ago
Chairman, House committee on security and intelligence, and gubernatorial aspirant, Hon. Shaaba Ibrahim Sharada narrowly escaped an attempted assassination on Thursday at the Sani Abacha stadium, the venue of the APC gubernatorial primary in Kano. The member, representing Kano municipal in the house representatives, who lost the APC governorship primary to Governor Abdullah Umar Ganduje's…
57 mins ago
The Youth Coalition For Responsible Leadership (YCRL) has called on members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Lagosians to ignore claims by a group named Badagry Division Alliance for Ideal Democracy (BDAID) against an aspirant for the Lagos West Senatorial District, Dr Idiat Oluranti Adebule. The youth said the claims are part of desperate…
2 hours ago
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has licensed Starlink, a satellite internet constellation operated by SpaceX, providing satellite internet access coverage to 32 countries. This licensing followed a visit to Nigeria by the company’s team in May last year. Elated Elon Musk took to his Twitter handle to announce this development today. The NCC has equally…
2 hours ago
The United States is extending for another six months exemptions from punitive tariffs for some medical products from China, the US Trade Representative announced Friday.