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5 Aug
Millions more Mexicans have fallen into poverty because of the coronavirus pandemic, with people living in one of the country's top tourist destinations hit particularly hard, official data showed Thursday.
19 May
Not surprisingly, there have been some rancorous reactions from some aggrieved quarters in the North to the decisions taken by Southern Governors at the Asaba conference last week.
27 Apr
Wimbledon organisers announced on Tuesday that the traditional day of rest in the middle of the tournament would be scrapped from 2022 as they fine-tune plans for this year's event.
17 Mar
The Netherlands voted on Wednesday in a socially-distanced election that Prime Minister Mark Rutte cast as a choice of the best leader to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
8 Mar
The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is robbing many refugees, displaced, and stateless women and girls of their livelihoods and their future
14 Feb
Kosovars went to the polls Sunday in an early election that could see a new generation of politicians take the lead after tapping into widespread frustration and fatigue with the political establishment.
22 Dec 2020
As this extraordinary year 2020 comes to a close, the Nigerian Left appears to be faced with a mocking challenge partly orchestrated by radical and Leftwing social media: “revolution or state failure”.
9 Dec 2020
The Lagos Food Bank Initiative (LFBI) has received N115 million from a private organisation to mitigate hunger through the provision of meals to the less privileged, especially those adversely affected by Coronavirus pandemic.
15 Nov 2020
As Nigerians continue to grapple with the impact of coronavirus pandemic, the cost of foodstuffs and other commodities have continued to increase astronomically. Both the traders and consumers are expressing concern that the price increase might further impact the economy, which is already battling with inflation. According to The Guardian’s market survey, the price of…
1 Nov 2020
Simultaneously battling the twin crises of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic and a resurgence in Islamist attacks, French President Emmanuel Macron faces a defining moment that will determine the success of his presidency and even his chances of reelection.
21 Oct 2020
Barack Obama hit the campaign trail for his former vice president Joe Biden on Wednesday, saying the United States "can't afford" another four years of Donald Trump in the White House and excoriating his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
27 Sep 2020
Has it ever occurred to you that we all have a new makeup on? It comes in different shades of powder and suits well to an extent, making us worry less. This analogy is used to give a clear picture of how it is right now because since the inception of the novel coronavirus we…


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A new, heavily mutated Covid-19 variant spread across the globe on Sunday, shutting borders and renewing curbs as the EU chief said governments faced a "race against time" to understand the strain.
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Normalcy has been restored to the”bandit-infected” Abuja-Kaduna highway following President Muhammadu Buhari’s order to deal mercilessly with highway criminals across the country.
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The Police Command in Kaduna has confirmed the release of 10 out of the 13 abducted staff of the Zaria Local Government, Kaduna State...
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Paris Saint-Germain overturned an early deficit to beat 10-man Saint-Etienne 3-1 away in Ligue 1 on Sunday, with Lionel Messi setting up all three goals...
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Manchester City beat West Ham 2-1 in swirling snow on Sunday to return to second in the Premier League as Watford manager Claudio Ranieri endured a miserable return to Leicester.