Sunday, 29th May 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search
Breaking News:

talks

2 Sep 2015
Libya's Tripoli-based authorities said Wednesday they had not yet decided whether to take part in crucial peace talks, a day before their expected start in Geneva. The talks, aimed at ending more than a year of violence and political chaos in the North African country, are due to take place in the Swiss city on…
14 Apr 2015
The EU, Russia and Ukraine will resume talks in Brussels next week on Moscow's concerns about the European bloc's free trade pact with Kiev, EU officials said Tuesday.
14 Apr 2015
Finland's Nokia announced on Tuesday that it was in advanced talks to purchase all of its Franco-American rival Alcatel-Lucent.
26 Mar 2015
Hawkish French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius plans to join nuclear talks between Iran and major powers in Switzerland on Saturday morning, a French foreign ministry spokesman said Thursday.
26 Mar 2015
US Secretary of State John Kerry launched a new round of nuclear talks Thursday with his Iranian counterpart, starting the final countdown to a March 31 deadline.

Latest

2 mins ago
Donning Liverpool jerseys, Egyptian soccer fans cheered "Mo Salah! Mo Salah" even as they struggled to hide their disappointment over the Reds' loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
11 mins ago
Real Madrid is champions of Europe for a record-extending 14th time after Carlo Ancelotti's side beat Liverpool 1-0 in Paris on Saturday, but rarely have the Spanish champions taken a more chaotic road to glory.
19 mins ago
Police in Taraba on Saturday rescued the four members of the committee to conduct primary elections of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for Senate and House of Representatives from being lynched.
22 mins ago
Former Gov. Abdul’aziz Yari of Zamfara on Saturday picked the All Progressives Congress (APC) ticket for the Zamfara West senate seat unopposed.
28 mins ago
About two dozen Afghan women chanting "bread, work, freedom" protested in the capital on Sunday against the Taliban's harsh restrictions on their rights.