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31 Oct
Several blasts shook Kyiv on Monday, days after Russia blamed Ukraine for drone attacks on its Crimea fleet in the Black Sea.
10 Oct
Three loud blasts were heard in central Kyiv early on Monday, according to AFP journalists in the city, a day after Russia's leader blamed Ukraine for an explosion on a key Crimea bridge. The explosions took place around 0815 local time (0515 GMT), with air raid sirens sounding in the Ukrainian capital more than an…
25 Sep
Pro-Russian authorities in the occupied southern Ukrainian city of Kherson accused Kyiv's forces of killing two people including a former lawmaker on Sunday in a missile strike on a hotel.
25 Sep
A Moroccan prisoner of war released as part of an exchange between Moscow and Kyiv said he wanted to draw attention to the "struggle" of Ukraine as he returned home Saturday.
8 Sep
Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday made a surprise trip to Kyiv as the United States unveiled nearly $2.7 billion in new military support to Ukraine and neighbours to face Russia.
8 Aug
Four more ships loaded with grain set off from Ukrainian ports on Sunday, as Moscow and Kyiv blamed each other for a new strike at a Russian-occupied nuclear plant.
30 Jun
The Zamfara State Government has officially directed the inhabited communities of the state to carry arms for self-defence as a result of the insurmountable bandit’s attack shattering the state
18 Jun
Hundreds of Ukrainians gathered at a central Kyiv monastery on Saturday for the funeral of a 24-year-old activist killed during fighting with Russian forces in eastern Ukraine.
18 May
The United States reopened its embassy in Kyiv Wednesday after closing it for three months due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the State Department said.
18 May
The first Russian soldier on trial in Ukraine for war crimes during Moscow's invasion pleaded guilty on Wednesday, facing possible life imprisonment in Kyiv.
1 May
US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi voiced support for Ukraine's "fight for freedom" at a meeting with President Volodymyr Zelensky on a visit to Kyiv, US and Ukrainian officials said on Sunday.
22 Apr
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday accused Kyiv of refusing to allow Ukrainian troops to surrender in the besieged port city of Mariupol, as he spoke to EU chief Charles Michel.


Again, stakeholders have reiterated that the proposed plan by the Federal Government to introduce a 20 per cent ad-valorem tax on non-alcoholic beverages will only succeed in collapsing the widely consumed Carbonated Soft Drinks [CSD] segment of the economy. The Founder and Chairman of Proshare Limited, Mr. Olufemi Awoyemi, at a press briefing to lament…
The Bishop of Sokoto diocese, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah says the hatred and violence against one and across zones in Nigeria has no religious or ethnic inclination. Bishop Kukah made the declaration in a paper presented at the National Inter-Religious Conference on; Harnessing Nigeria’s Religious Diversity for Sustainable Peace and National Development, organized by the…
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Widows and Orphans Empowerment Organization (WEWE) with support from Irish Aid, has hosted a one-day roundtable meeting with stakeholders in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), to unite in action against gender-based violence.
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Leading drama and live show outfit known as Performing Arts Workshop and Studios (PAWS), Nigeria, has packaged this year’s edition of Abuja Fringe Festivals.
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The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has tasked the Federal Government to close leakages to boost revenues, while raising debt quality to reduce interest payment. The Director-General, LCCI, Dr Chinyere Almona, gave the charge while expressing concerns over the recent downgrade of Nigeria’s sovereign risk profile by three global risk agencies, according to…