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17 Sep
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades welcomed Saturday a "landmark" decision by Washington to fully lift a decades-old arms embargo, conditional on Nicosia continuing to block Russian warships from its ports.
14 Sep
After a long and patient wait in the sun and the rain, the first members of the public, some in tears, gained access to Queen Elizabeth II's lying-in-state Wednesday in the thousand
14 Sep
Twitter whistleblower Peiter Zatko told the US Congress Tuesday that the platform ignored his security concerns, in testimony that came as company shareholders greenlit Elon Musk's $44 billion takeover deal.
13 Sep
The US Department of Justice will accept the appointment of one of the judges proposed by Donald Trump as a "special master" in the investigation of classified documents seized from the former president's Florida home last month, it said Monday.
12 Sep
President Joe Biden will sign an executive order Monday seeking to bolster the trailblazing US biotech sector's efforts to take on growing commercial rivals in China, officials said.
11 Sep
The United States on Sunday observed the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, with President Joe Biden recalling Americans' sacrifice and honouring the nearly 3,000 people killed
10 Sep
Peru's Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Rodriguez resigned on Friday, becoming the fourth diplomatic chief to step down under President Pedro Castillo whose government has been wracked by political instability.
10 Sep
Britain's Charles III will officially be proclaimed king in a ceremony on Saturday, a day after he vowed in his first speech to mourning subjects that he would emulate his "darling mama", Queen Elizabeth II.
9 Sep
President Joe Biden said Friday at a ceremony to break ground on a semi-conductor plant that making sophisticated computer chips is an issue of US national security in the face of an assertive China.
9 Sep
As queen, Elizabeth II's family life was far from traditional -- she was often away for long stretches, was frequently occupied by work and had at times complicated relationships with her four children.
9 Sep
The United State of America has decried the use of cryptocurrency in the buying and selling of drugs and contrabands items across the world. U.S. said the development is becoming a major concern as it diminishes the importance and benefits of digital assets.
7 Sep
Former US president Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama will finally be honoured Wednesday with the official unveiling of their portraits in the White House, resuming a tradition that fell by the wayside under Donald Trump.

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Switzerland earned a 2-1 win over Spain in the Nations League on Saturday in Zaragoza to knock Luis Enrique's side off top spot in the group.
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Defender Diogo Dalot scored twice as Portugal eased past the Czech Republic 4-0 in Prague on Saturday to get within a point of reaching the UEFA Nations League play-offs.
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Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has urged Nigerians to shun sentiments and religion when electing leaders but must ponder about the future of the country and elect their leaders wisely.
1 day ago
Operatives of Ikorodu Division of the Lagos State Police Command have intercepted two commercial buses loaded with large quantities of live cartridges, three dismantled motorcycles and some personal effects at Poromope Estate, Ijede Road, Ikorodu, Lagos State.
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The Presidential candidate of the ruling All progressive congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has offered an insight as to why Vice president Prof Yemi Osinbajo was left out of the 422-member campaign council.