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14 Apr 2015
Secretary of State John Kerry spent a second day Tuesday urging US lawmakers not to interfere in sensitive Iran nuclear talks, hours before senators vote on giving Congress a say on the accord's fate.
14 Apr 2015
Hillary Clinton arrives in Iowa on Tuesday during an overland road trip to begin a series of low-key meetings with ordinary voters and set the tone for her campaign.
12 Apr 2015
IN order to meet the demands of its core consumers, Unilever, manufacturers of the Sunlight soap and detergent brand, has packaged its latest gift, Alarambara, for its esteemed consumers.
energy
9 Apr 2015
The Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN) said it would collaborate with the National Board for Technology Incubation (NBTI) to commercialise its research and development products nationwide.
8 Apr 2015
THE March 28 Presidential election outcome has thrown up an interesting dimension to the nation’s march towards greatness. The people now have the ability to vote in, and vote out a president as they wish. It has shut the doors against the traditional political rabble-rousers who decimated the socio-political environment for their selfish advantage. The presidential poll has put forward a cream of Progressives that are expected to give Nigerians a clean break from the past and usher in a more robust positive change laden with economic growth and prosperity at the federal level.
8 Apr 2015
An Austrian law graduate spearheading a class action suit against Facebook for alleged privacy breaches said ahead of the first hearing Thursday he hopes the case will eventually lead to an overhaul of a "Wild West" approach to data protection. Max Schrems and 25,000 other Facebook users are suing the social network for various rights…
7 Apr 2015
Libya's internationally recognised government has moved to divert revenues from the long-established state oil company and Central Bank to its own coffers -- in an effort experts warn is "risky" and likely to fail.
7 Apr 2015
The United States Treasury said Tuesday it and Saudi Arabia were imposing sanctions on a charity fund alleged to provide financing "terrorist" groups including Al-Qaeda, the Taliban and Lashkar-e-Taiba.
7 Apr 2015
Eight Iranian border guards have been killed in a clash with Sunni rebels who had infiltrated from neighbouring Pakistan, Iran's official IRNA news agency reported on Tuesday.
7 Apr 2015
THE All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate in Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode, has restated his commitment to lead a government of inclusion where every Lagosian, irrespective of tribe or ethnicity, is carried along in the quest to make the state greater. He stated this yesterday while receiving a donation of 20 buses from the Nigeria…
BokoHaram-GUNS
6 Apr 2015
Suspected Boko Haram gunmen opened fire on villagers and torched a number of buildings in a new attack in northeast Nigeria, witnesses said Monday.
4 Apr 2015
DIRECTOR of Corporate Communications & CSR, Airtel Nigeria, Emeka Oparah, has called on reputation managers and Public Relations practitioners to continuously engage and connect with their various stakeholders, stating that effective stakeholders’ engagement is a critical element in successful crisis management especially in the new communication world order ruled by social media.

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Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr on Thursday praised his dictator father's rule after being sworn in as the country's new leader, completing a decades-long effort to restore the clan to the country's highest office. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr, 64, won last month's elections by a landslide, securing the biggest victory since his father and namesake…
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