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13 Sep
The European Union presidency said Tuesday it would convene another round of talks for the bloc's energy ministers to discuss the energy crisis linked to the Ukraine war.
12 Sep
Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the European Union, EU, has sounded a note of warning to politicians against interfering in the activities of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, saying that the electoral body must be allowed to operate free from outside pressure.
12 Sep
The European Union (EU) has earmarked €39 million euros (N17.94 billion) for the conduct of transparent, credible and inclusive 2023 general elections in Nigeria.
29 Aug
With Europe facing a major energy crisis, Spain wants to become the new gateway for gas through an ambitious trans-Pyrenees pipeline and is hoping supply-starved Germany will pressure a reluctant France.
20 Aug
Greece on Saturday concluded 12 years of European Union fiscal surveillance that was imposed in return for bailouts after a crushing debt crisis.
17 Aug
The Africa-China relationship is moving into a new phase with the latest policy initiatives, development strategies and financial pledges as tools for enhancing deeper
17 Aug
The European Union Agents for Citizens-driven Transformation (EU-ACT) and the British Council have stressed the need for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to comply with regulatory
8 Aug
An EU plan to cut gas consumption across the bloc by 15 percent to cope with an energy price crisis spurred by Russia's war in Ukraine comes into effect on Tuesday.
30 Jul
No fewer than 33,000 poor and vulnerable households in Yobe State received unconditional cash support, with 281 saving groups established under the European Union Building Resilience
25 Jul
The European Commission has approved a smallpox vaccine for use against monkeypox after the World Health Organization declared monkeypox a global health emergency, the Danish drugmaker that developed the jab said on Monday.
5 Jul
To boost the adoption of sustainable climate-smart agriculture and renewable energy in Nigeria and grow the country’s economy, the European Union (EU) has unveiled
30 Jun
The European Union (EU) has directed all freight forwarders, air carriers, express couriers, and postal operators transporting goods to or through the continent, to submit advance cargo information

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2 hours ago
The Director, Strategic Communications, of the National Election Management Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party, Dele Momodu, chided the All Progressives Congress on Tuesday for "window-dressing" its presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, during what he called the former Lagos governor's less than impressive engagement with his audience at Chatham House, United Kingdom, on Monday. Tinubu’s performance…
3 hours ago
The Senate Deputy President and Delta APC governorship candidate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, has said that there is nothing that looks like the ₦3.5 trillion that Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has received from various sources in the past seven and a half years. Omo-Agege made the remark while continuing his ward-to-ward campaign in the Ukwuani local government…
3 hours ago
Sergio Busquets said Spain's 3-0 defeat on penalties by Morocco was a "cruel" way to decide the World Cup last-16 clash on Tuesday, after the teams drew 0-0.
4 hours ago
The South East spokesman of Bola Ahmed Tinubu Presidential Campaign Council, Dr. Josef Onoh has said that the much-touted delegation of subordinates by Tinubu to speak at the Chatham House, United Kingdom lecture, was a creative license extended by Asiwaju to empower his team for works ahead after electoral victory. He recalled that, unlike the…
5 hours ago
Cristiano Ronaldo will aim to fire Portugal past Switzerland and into the World Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday as Morocco bids to derail Spain's bid for a second global crown.