Tuesday, 19th October 2021
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European Union

3 Oct
The European Union in collaboration with German International Population Project and supported by Jaiz Bank Plc, have uplifted the economic viability of 280 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
1 Oct
Cases of COVID-19, particularly the delta variant, have surged the world over, largely in the United States, Great Britain, the European Union and Africa. This coincides with when schools
23 Sep
World Food Programme (WFP), Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and United Nations Women have completed livelihood projects initiated by the European Union (EU) in Borno State.
22 Aug
Agricultural commodities exporters and other stakeholders in the sector have bemoaned the continuous rejection on some of the country’s agro produce, which they attributed to alleged ineptitude of the regulatory agencies.
21 Aug
"It's mathematically impossible" for the US and its allies to evacuate tens of thousands of their Afghan personnel and families by August 31, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell warned Saturday.
27 Jul
In a bid to eradicate the high rate of child abuse and injustice meted out to vulnerable communities, Right Enforcement and Public Law Centre (REPLACE) in partnership with European Union
12 Jul
The European Union on Monday formally established a military mission for Mozambique to help train its armed forces battling jihadists in the north of the country.
21 Jun
Borno State Government has prayed the European Union (EU) to extend the completion duration for their projects in the North East.
17 Jun
The European Union (EU) has committed €11 million to address food crisis in some states close to the Sahara Desert. EU Programme Manager, Temitope Omale, who lamented food insecurity in the states during Oxfam’s Pro Resilience Action...
16 Jun
A novel vaccine candidate to prevent Lassa fever is set for second round of clinical trials on adults and children in Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
15 Jun
When Vladimir Putin meets Joe Biden for their first summit on Wednesday the Russian leader will not be looking for progress on arms control, the lifting of sanctions or even an apology for the US president saying he is a "killer".
13 Jun
There are growing concerns over billions of naira worth of foreign exchange, being lost by the country to the incessant rejection of its agro produce internationally. The rejection has been largely on safety and quality grounds.


1 day ago
Insurgency in Nigeria started precisely in the Northeast and it has already taken over the whole nation as at today with the ongoing attacks on military facilities
1 day ago
Gunmen from a suspected criminal gang attacked a village market in northwest Nigeria's Sokoto state, killing 43 people, the state government said Monday. Heavily armed gangs known locally as bandits have terrorised northwest and central Nigeria for years, raiding and looting villages, but attacks have become even more violent in recent months. "Forty-three people have…
1 day ago
The Japanese government has earmarked 260,000 dollars in its bid towards combating piracy and kidnapping in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG).
1 day ago
Belgian officials announced Monday they had broken up a cocaine smuggling gang, arresting 27 people in a series of raids during which they seized drugs, guns and luxury goods -- including horses.
1 day ago
FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Monday his controversial plans to hold a World Cup every two years will help spread the fund's football generates away from a handful of super clubs.