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1 Sep
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
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
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
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
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
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
24 Mar
A Singaporean blogger was ordered Wednesday to pay almost $100,000 in damages for defaming the prime minister by sharing an article on Facebook linking the leader to a corruption scandal.
14 Mar
Australia is "working with Singapore" to create a travel bubble between the two nations as early as July, officials said Sunday
21 Feb
Maintaining a certain standard of living is more costly in the cities listed below than in other cities around the world: Hong Kong Hong Kong is a metropolitan area and special administrative region of the People's Republic of China. It is a highly developed territory and ranks fourth on the UN Human Development Index. The…
17 Feb
Novak Djokovic claims a majority of tennis players do not want to continue with the season if it means going through multiple periods of quarantine, reports PA.
4 Feb
The End Sars Movement changed many Nigerians. The movement started as a protest against police brutality in Nigeria but evolved into a fight against various societal injustices. The movement gave Nigerians a reason to stand up for themselves and speak out. For some creatives like Wavy The Creator, it gave her a chance to be…
Olive Ankara
15 Jan
In far away Singapore, Nigerian-Italian Ifeoma Ubby is redefining African fashion. Through her colourful pieces, Ify (short for her first name) is wooing a diverse audience who eke out a living in the cosmopolitan south Asian nation of Singapore. Born and raised in Italy by Nigerian parents, the designer who loves Fela Kuti’s music and…

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Steve Bruce has left his position as Newcastle manager by "mutual consent", 13 days after a Saudi-led takeover at St James' Park, the Premier League club announced on Wednesday. "Newcastle United can confirm that Steve Bruce has left his position as head coach by mutual consent," said a club statement. "He leaves the Magpies after…
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Facebook plans to rebrand itself with a new name next week in a bid to distance itself from multiple scandals. The social media site - Facebook- may likely retain its moniker, but the parent company, Facebook Inc., which also owns Instagram and Whatsapp, will rebrand. The Verge reports that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to…
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If you wonder who made Winmbledon's Last-16 in June, there's only one answer: Ons Jabeur, the first Arab woman to reach such a high-level achievement. Probably, we will hear about her more often. But for those who didn't follow the last Women's Tennis Association tournament or want to know more about Ons Jabeur and her…
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Nigerian youths held memorial protests in Lagos and Abuja on Wednesday, one year after security forces violently suppressed mass protests against police brutality and bad governance. Under heavy police watch, dozens of protesters rallied in a procession of cars waving green and white national flags from windows at the Lekki tollgate in Lagos, the site…