UNICEF, EU train medical workers in Kebbi
The United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and European Union (EU) have improved the capacity of 5,733 health officers in Kebbi State between 2016 and 2019.
UK, EU nationals land in Britain after virus ship ordeal
A plane carrying dozens of Britons and a few EU nationals who had spent more than two weeks on a cruise ship quarantined off Tokyo landed in Britain on Saturday
Panama back on EU tax-haven blacklist
The EU on Tuesday put Panama back on its blacklist of tax havens after deciding the country had not done enough to meet global transparency standards.
EU, UNICEF urge use of renovated PHCs in Bauchi
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has advocated proper use of the 40 primary healthcare centres (PHCs) it renovated in collaboration with European Union (EU) in Bauchi State.
Google, EU bring battle to court
Google and the EU battled in court Wednesday as the search engine giant tried to persuade judges that it was unfairly accused of ill-treating rivals of its Shopping service.
PDP protests, petitions UN, EU, France over alleged dictatorship in Nigeria
Worried about what it called “increasing abuse of democratic principles and institutions in Nigeria”, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday in Abuja embarked on peaceful protests
Britain embarks on new future outside EU
Britain on Saturday began an uncertain future outside the European Union, hours after the historic end to almost half a century of EU membership was greeted with a mixture of joy and sadness.
Britain leaves the EU - then what?
Britain leaves the European Union on Friday, ending more than four decades of economic, political and legal integration with its closest neighbours.