Monday, May 29, 2023


May 12, 2023

EU ministers to discuss China relations, Ukraine support

European Union Foreign Affairs Ministers will discuss the bloc’s future relations with China and more support for war-torn Ukraine.

EU Ministers
May 7, 2023

NAFDAC moves to rid Nigeria of hazardous pesticides

NAFDAC boss Mojisola Adeyeye expressed worries over the toxicity associated with the misuse and abuse of pesticides as it affected food safety and food security.

April 18, 2023

Kosovo citizens to travel to EU without visa from 2024

Kosovo is the last country in the Western Balkans region to be granted visa-free travel to the bloc.

Flag of Kosovo
January 20, 2023

EU, businesses collaborate on growing Nigeria’s human capital

“Both the European Union and Eurocham Nigeria are playing leading roles in the Nigeria Jubilee Fellowship Programme.”

Samuela Isopi
January 1, 2023

Scottish police begin describing paedophiles as ‘minor-attracted people’

The police action has raised concerns about softening language around child abuse in the northern side of the United Kingdom.

Police Scotland
December 8, 2022

EU to decide Schengen visa for Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania

EU home affairs ministers are in Brussels to decide on admitting Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia to the Schengen area, with the latter having the best chance.

December 6, 2022

Albanian opposition leader punched in face during protest

Sali Berisha, a former president and prime minister, is banned from entering the United States over alleged corruption.

Sali Berisha
December 1, 2022

2,000 dead fighting Myanmar junta, democracy leader says

“I have no idea when I will give up my life,” he said. “It is up to God’s will. I am already committed to sacrificing anything for my country.”

Duwa Lashi La and MYANMAR JUNTA
November 24, 2022

Air pollution killed 238,000 people prematurely in 2020: EU

The number of premature deaths from exposure to air pollution dropped by 45 per cent from 2005 to 2020.

November 16, 2022

West fuelling WW3 with Poland explosion, warns Ex-Russian President Medvedev

Former Russian President Dmitry says the deadly rocket explosion in Poland was a provocation by the West and warned of a potential third world war.