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Russia-Ukraine war

3 Nov
Thirdly, the elasticity of the definition of Europe which now includes Israel. It is instructive that Morocco, Algeria, Egypt etc. which are physically closer to Europe are excluded.
2 Sep
The Federal Government has blamed the high cost of fertiliser in the country to its inability to import Muriate of Potash (MOP), one of the major raw materials used for blending the farm inputs from Russia due to the ongoing war in Ukraine.
6 Jul
Russian prisoners, according to reports, are being offered money and, more importantly, freedom if they agree to serve alongside the Wagner Group in Ukraine - and come back alive. Relatives of inmates at two prisons outside St Petersburg, IK-7 Yablonevka and IK-6 Obukhovo, told Russian news outlet iStories this week that prisoners have been promised…
5 Jul
Russia said on Tuesday it was investigating the torture of Russian soldiers held prisoner in Ukraine and recently released as part of a prisoner swap with Kyiv in late June. The Russian Investigative Committee, which probes major crimes, said in a statement that it was "verifying facts of inhuman treatment of Russia soldier prisoners in…
18 May
A Finance expert, Mazi Iroy Orji, has urged the government to put measures in place that could address possible food insecurity resulting from the Russia/Ukraine war, predicting that the war may lead to heightened global food insecurity that will be worse than the previous food crises over the past decade.
29 Apr
Nigerian students, whose programmes were abruptly interrupted by the Russia-Ukraine war, would continue their studies online and in other admitting institutions of choice.
27 Apr
The crisis rocking Ukraine might have begun taking a toll on Nigeria and Africa, a development that appears to have prompted Africa Development Bank (AfDB) to earmark $1.5 billion
19 Apr
As Russia’s bombardment of Ukraine intensifies, more journalists have been killed. So far, a total number of 20 journalists have been lost and 13 injured since the February 24 invasion, according to Ukraine’s Ministry of Culture and Information Policy.
1 Apr
Let me serve my readers today, this Friday’s, menu and dish on Russia-Ukraine war. This dish which you shall relish comes in the form of the sole subject of an interview a Nigerian professor in Eastern Europe granted me a few weeks back.
1 Apr
To reduce the ripple effect of the Russia-Ukraine war on food security in the country, the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) has partnered with the Nigeria Agribusiness Group..
18 Mar
Federal Government, yesterday, disclosed it was working on a new trade policy with the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR) countries.
18 Mar
Global airlines have bemoaned the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war and spike in the price of aviation fuel on airline costs.


3 hours ago
London's transport system is not allowing advertising that "portrays Qatar as a desirable destination" or encourages people to attend the World Cup, under a 2019 policy response to LGBTQ laws there. The stance by Transport for London (TfL) has reportedly angered Doha during its hosting of the football tournament, with the Financial Times reporting Saturday…
4 hours ago
Robert Lewandowski, one of the most prolific strikers in club football, finally got the first World Cup goal of his career when he netted against Saudi Arabia on Saturday.
4 hours ago
A roadside bomb killed four troops in the north of Burkina Faso, an area wracked by a jihadist insurgency for years, the army said on Saturday.
5 hours ago
The Police Command in Ogun says it has arrested a 36-year-old suspected, Sikiru Ajibola, who allegedly raped 5-year-old boy to death in Ogijo area of Sagamu local government.
6 hours ago
Benin forces have clashed with gunmen near the country's northern border with Burkina Faso leaving four attackers dead, the army said. It did not identify a specific group, but Gulf of Guinea states Benin, Togo, Ghana and Ivory Coast are facing a growing threat from Sahel jihadists over their northern borders. The army said a…