Saturday, 13th August 2022
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4 Aug
Italian anti-immigrant leader Matteo Salvini on Thursday takes his campaign for September elections to the tiny island of Lampedusa, the landing point for thousands of migrants trying to reach Europe.
1 Aug
A Nigerian Alika Ogorchukwu has been confirmed dead after being assaulted in Civitanova Marche city in the Province of Macerata, Marche region of Italy. The Nigerian Embassy in Rome said it is collaborating with relevant Italian authorities to ensure justice and provide succor to Ogorchukwu's family. Ogorchukwu's death was followed by a wave of protests…
24 Jul
More than a thousand migrants arrived in Italy within a few hours while hundreds of others, rescued by humanitarian vessels, were waiting for a port to receive them, NGOs and authorities said Sunday. Between January 1 and July 22, 34,000 people arrived in Italy by sea compared with 25,500 during the same period in 2021…
21 Jul
Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi resigned Thursday after efforts to bring the country's fractious parties to heel failed, kicking off a snap election campaign which could bring the hard right to power.
20 Jul
Italy's popular Prime Minister Mario Draghi told the country's fractious parties Wednesday they would have to support him at a crucial confidence vote or accept responsibility for a crisis analysts say could end in snap elections.
5 Jul
Italian President Sergio Mattarella met with his Mozambican counterpart Filipe Nyusi in Maputo on Tuesday to discuss gas supplies as Rome seeks to reduce its reliance on Russia. Mattarella praised energy cooperation between the two countries during the visit, which came ahead of the opening of an offshore gas project run by Italian energy company…
2 Jul
Pope Francis has called on all youths globally to be messengers of hope. The Pope sent this message of support to young participants at the ongoing UNWTO’s first Global Youth Tourism Summit in Sorrento, Italy.
30 Jun
A new study shows politicians have a considerable survival advantage over the members of the public they represent in Parliament.
26 Jun
Last week, thousands marched in the streets of London to protest the soaring cost of living in Britain and demand the government do more. The story was the same in Italy, Israel, in Australia
30 May
Davido has alleged that the promoter for a show in Italy duped him. Taking to Twitter on Saturday evening the Stand Strong singer revealed that the promoter failed to keep his end of the bargain after his (Davido’s) arrival in Italy. Davido noted that the promoter refused to pay him despite selling thousands of tickets. He pointed…
19 May
Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi said Thursday his country could be independent of Russian gas by the second half of 2024, longer than earlier estimates.
16 May
Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have foiled a fresh bid by drug cartels to export tramadol, 3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), commonly known


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Some repentant Boko-Haram members were on Saturday engaged in sanitation of maiduguri as part of measures preparing them for reintegration.
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The Ikom Calabar Federal High Way has been overtaken by flood, as motorists and road users were trapped in Okuni community after a heavy downpour in the early hours of Saturday
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Kyiv and Moscow accused each other on Saturday of striking the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southeastern Ukraine, which has been shelled repeatedly in the past week.
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Steven Gerrard won his first managerial clash with former England teammate Frank Lampard as Aston Villa beat Everton 2-1 to get off the mark in the Premier League.
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Baby weaning can be tricky, and finding the right food for them takes a lot of careful consideration.  In many Nigerian homes, brown pap is one of the first foods introduced during baby weaning. Depending on the tribe, pap has several names; the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria call it Akamu, the Yorubas call it…