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13 Nov 2016
Iraqi forces said Sunday they had recaptured the Nimrud area, the site of an ancient Assyrian city blown up by the Islamic State group, as they battled the jihadists south of Mosul.
13 Nov 2016
A few weeks ago, at a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) forum, Nigeria joined some other countries to vote in favour of a resolution that was provocative to Israel.
12 Nov 2016
After nearly two decades of living her dreams as a marketing veteran, working with some of the world’s biggest multinationals, Mrs. Bolajoko Bayo-Ajayi ...
10 Nov 2016
In a bid to ensure equitable, inclusive and quality education, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), is partnering the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), to...
6 Nov 2016
Worried by the falling standard of education and poor funding of the sector in 2016, students of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, have called on the Federal Government ...
4 Nov 2016
Wife of the Vice President, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo, has called for collaborative effort between governments and non-governmental organisations to eradicate illiteracy in the country.
2 Nov 2016
Today, Nigeria will join the global movement of media groups to mark the 2016 edition of the United Nations’ International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists.
1 Nov 2016
The NUC had, the other day, claimed, after a meeting with vice-chancellors in Abuja that they “have taken far-reaching decisions on the university system to make it one of the world best.”
29 Oct 2016
Israel apologised on Saturday after a deputy minister said an earthquake in Italy was punishment for a UNESCO resolution on east Jerusalem that has angered the Jewish state.
29 Oct 2016
Iraqi paramilitary forces launched an operation Saturday to retake Tal Afar from the Islamic State group, opening a new front in the nearly two-week-old offensive to recapture jihadist-held Mosul.
23 Oct 2016
Every day, we are being reminded that insecurity, poverty, unemployment and our mono-cultural economy are more pressing problems than education in Nigeria.
22 Oct 2016
Prince Adewale Laoye is a modern master of the African talking drum, as such he is regarded as the voice of the ancestors, speaking in a language of divinity through rhythm.

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