Dino Melaye reacts as tribunal affirms Smart Adeyemi’s victory
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Dino Melaye reacts as tribunal affirms Smart Adeyemi's victory
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Belgian supporters at a Brussels bar celebrate their team's 2-0 win over Finland, sealing their place in the last 16. Belgium qualified top of Group B after winning their three group matches.
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28 Jun 2021
Belgium fans celebrate their side's last-16 win against Portugal, knocking them out of Euro 2020.
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Italy fans from London to Rome celebrate a 4-2 victory over Spain on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the Euro 2020 semi-final.
12 Jul 2021
A plane carrying coach Roberto Mancini and his Azzurri touched down at Rome's Fiumicino airport at dawn after Italy won their first European Championship title since 1968, a success widely seen as a rebound from the heartbreak failure of not qualifying for the last World Cup. After the landing, Mancini's side boarded a bus on the tarmac that will take them to the Parco dei Principi hotel in Rome until meetings later in the day with Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
27 Jul 2021
Last week, lawmakers at California's 2nd District Court of Appeal agreed with the Maleficent star that John Ouderkirk should have disclosed prior business dealings with Pitt's lawyers
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World leaders and climate activists are in agreement that something has to change to avoid a climate crisis. It remains to be seen if they will follow through.
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The Taliban are on the brink of total victory in Afghanistan, with its fighters ordered to wait on the outskirts of the capital and the government conceding it is preparing for a "transfer of power".
21 Aug 2021
The militant group said it would form an inclusive government and protect citizens' rights, but many Afghans fear that the new Taliban regime will not be very different from the hard-line government in the 1990s.
18 Aug 2021
The Taliban's victory in Afghanistan could raise the morale of various Islamist extremist groups. Analysts believe that this will lead to new alliances and an increased danger of terrorist attacks.
Tax Evasion: Tribunal orders DSTV to pay FG N900bn tax backlog, Lagos PDP Chairman dies of COVID-19
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The press is widely covering Thursday’s attack at the Kabul airport. From expressions of horror to political finger-pointing, columnists are discussing what the attack, and the United States withdrawal, mean for the Afghan people and for US troops. We also discuss some hopeful medical news when it comes to treating malaria. Finally, we find out how one teacher is trying to inspire young, female musicians.
Guardian Nigeria's Political Editor, Muyiwa Adeyemi speaks to GuardianTV on the leading candidates in a fierce battle to succeed Governor Kayode Fayemi in the 2022 Ekiti governorship election.
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Europe's annual song and dance extravaganza wasn't short on either entertainment or pyrotechnics, but voting remained nail-biting until the end.
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As Peru slowly emerges from the devastating Covid-19 pandemic, the government is trying to help the country's Covid orphans. According to the medical journal The Lancet, around 100,000 children in Peru lost at least one of their two parents to the pandemic; more than anywhere else in the world. The poorest Peruvians have been hit the hardest and many Covid orphans and widows are struggling to survive, both financially and emotionally.