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2 days ago
Parts of eastern Canada were waking up to damage from powerful storm Fiona on Sunday, as meteorologists said the worst weather had passed.
3 days ago
Powerful storm Fiona knocked out electricity to more than 500,000 homes Saturday as it lashed east Canada with strong winds and heavy rains in conditions that police said were "like nothing we've ever seen."
21 Sep
The Conference of Speakers of State Legislatures of Nigeria is in Canada for a one-week retreat on legislative processes in government.
3 Sep
Famous entertainment lawyer, Tope Salami, is excited about the growth of his career and the positive attention it commands among entertainers within and outside the shores of the country.
25 Aug
Indeed, three natural compounds present in foods like green tea, olive oil and red wine are promising candidates for the development of drugs against the coronavirus.
17 Aug
High-riding Nigeria will look to make it a perfect group phase campaign at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup when they clash with Canada at the Estadio Alajuela Morera Soto
14 Aug
However, as betrayal is in man’s nature, at the hands of man, nature has increasingly been at the receiving end of activities that were nature not so resilient, it would have died many years ago
11 Aug
JiNigerian singer Korede Bello's 2016 monster hit song, 'Do Like That' has just been certified GOLD in Canada haven sold over 40,000 copies. Produced by Altims, "Do Like That' is one of Korede Bello's biggest hit songs that went global with the original video doing over 120 million views on YouTube. As a testament to…
3 Aug
Pope Francis on Wednesday likened hearing first-hand tales of abuse at Catholic-run schools from Indigenous victims in Canada to being slapped. Many children were physically and sexually abused at the schools, and thousands are believed to have died of disease, malnutrition or neglect in what Francis said after his Canada trip was "genocide". The pontiff…
26 Jul
Some seemed far away, others wept or applauded: a great wave of emotion swept through the crowd on Monday in western Canada's Maskwacis when the pope himself begged forgiveness for the "evil" done to Indigenous people.
24 Jul
Pope Francis left Rome on Sunday for Canada for a chance to personally apologise to Indigenous survivors of abuse committed over a span of decades at residential schools run by the Catholic Church. The head of the world's 1.3 billion Catholics will be met at Edmonton's international airport by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The…
22 Jul
Ever since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in the last week of February, four major international forums have met one after another and all these forums had three points common in the agendas and themes

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19 mins ago
The leader and four members of the far-right Oath Keepers militia who joined the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol go on trial Tuesday for the rare charge of sedition.
49 mins ago
The dollar lost a little of its strength Tuesday after starting the week by surging against major peers, including a record high versus the pound, though equity traders struggled to claw back recent losses owing to recession fears.
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He has been described as the financier of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda -- a businessman who allegedly turned his vast fortune to the massacre of some 800,000 of his countrymen.
1 hour ago
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says it plans to reveal its findings on the investigation carried out on alleged Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) found in different locations in Nigeria, in the nearest future.
2 hours ago
The 2 Brigade Nigerian Army (NA) in Uyo, says its troops have arrested two suspected kidnappers and rescued five victims on Monday.