Wednesday, 1st December 2021
Breaking News:


16 Mar
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday said European allies had increased defence spending in 2020 despite the economic pain inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic.
27 Feb
The Libyan parliament will discuss holding a vote of confidence on a new unified government for the divided country on March 8, its powerful speaker Aguila Saleh said.
18 Feb
This month marks a decade since the start of the “Afro-Arab Spring.” Led by technology-wielding youths. These revolutions toppled mummified dictatorships in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya.
17 Feb
NATO defence ministers looked to reinvigorate ties Wednesday as they held their first talks since US President Joe Biden took office after four years of tensions under Donald Trump.
17 Feb
The international community needs to take concrete actions towards protecting the vessels and crew operating in the Gulf of Guinea. A situation whereby crew members are freely taken hostage
13 Feb
The Taliban on Saturday warned NATO against seeking a "continuation of war", as the alliance weighs a planned withdrawal from Afghanistan.
6 Jan
It was a portentous statement when the Commander in Chief commented that 1400km stretch, Niger Republic – Nigeria boarder, is in the hands of God.
23 Oct 2020
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday confirmed the first test last week of a controversial Russian missile defense system, as he dismissed US criticism.
6 Sep 2020
Turkey's armed forces on Sunday began annual exercises in the breakaway republic of northern Cyprus -- an entity recognised...
26 Aug 2020
Greece and its EU allies held war games in the Mediterranean on Wednesday while Turkey conducted drills with the US navy nearby as the row between...
18 Aug 2020
The pandemic and economic disarray are playing out within the background of turbulent and in some ways conflicting trends, namely, rising nationalism, authoritarianism...
13 Aug 2020
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned on Thursday of a "heavy price" if a Turkish vessel searching for gas in disputed Mediterranean waters was attacked and hinted that one incident had already occurred.


22 mins ago
If Nigeria would be rescued from the pit of bad leadership, stakeholders must amend the faulty process through which public officials emerge.
28 mins ago
The Federal Government, yesterday, reviewed travel protocol, with an additional Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test imposed on inbound travellers as part of measures to contain the new Omicron variant.
28 mins ago
Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr. Chris Ngige, has intervened in the crisis rocking the Anambra State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and expressed
28 mins ago
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, vowed sanctions against those behind illegal recruitment into the public service, payroll padding and retention of ghost workers.
30 mins ago
Concerned stakeholders and groups in Imo State, yesterday, called for collaboration to end extortions, brutality and human rights abuses of road users by the police