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18 Jun
Thousands of Singaporeans dressed in pink gathered at a park Saturday calling for greater recognition of LGBTQ rights, the first such rally since 2019 after coronavirus restrictions were eased.
25 May
Mrs. Rosie Glazebrook is the Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC). In this interview, she talks about efforts
14 Apr
Singapore's finance minister was handed a key role in the city-state's ruling party on Thursday, potentially paving the way for him to become the next prime minister.
15 Mar
Universities contribute solutions to local societal challenges. Here in Nigeria, university staff members serve as critical allies to governments and communities by providing comprehensive,
31 Jan
The Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) is in the process of becoming a provisional signatory to the Washington Accord (WA), which offers employment privileges
9 Nov 2021
Singapore will from next month stop paying coronavirus medical bills of those who are unvaccinated by choice, officials have said, as a fierce outbreak put the city-state's healthcare system under strain.
1 Sep 2021
Singapore's prime minister was awarded more than a quarter of a million dollars in damages Wednesday after winning defamation suits against a news website editor and writer, the latest libel cases brought by the leader.
12 Aug 2021
Singapore is looking at deepening its economic ties with Nigeria and other West African countries as its enterprises promise to increase investments in key sectors in the region.
31 Jul 2021
The United States on Friday seized a Singapore-owned oil tanker that was used to make illegal oil deliveries to North Korea, the Justice Department said.
30 Jul 2021
US Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Vietnam and Singapore next month to discuss regional security issues and the global Covid-19 pandemic response, the White House announced Friday.
31 May 2021
Singapore will start vaccinating schoolchildren against the coronavirus soon, the prime minister said Monday, after officials warned that new strains were affecting youngsters more.
26 Mar 2021
The Industrial Training Fund (ITF) has been chosen among the few agencies requested by the Federal Government to tender submission on how 100 million Nigerians

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