Nigeria can store up to 400,000 doses of virus vaccine – FG, FIRS rakes N4.9trn in 2020 – Official
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Gov. Zulum facilitates enrolment of 1,163 IDP children in school, Twitter drops by 8.5% in early trading over Trump's ban and more
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Gulf states sign 'solidarity and stability' deal
People in Saudi Arabia welcome the breakthrough in the three-year Gulf crisis after Riyadh overnight re-opened its borders to Qatar. Saudi Arabia had led a coalition of countries that cut ties and transport links with Qatar in June 2017, saying that it was too close to Iran and backed radical Islamist groups -- allegations Doha has always denied.
Irish foreign minister on Brexit: ‘We won’t strike a deal at any cost’
His country is very much at the heart of the as-yet unresolved Brexit negotiations, facing the prospect of a “no deal” scenario in the middle of a pandemic: FRANCE 24 spoke to Ireland’s Foreign Minister Simon Coveney. He says that bridging gaps such as the ones on fisheries and fair competition “is not an easy political compromise to strike” between Britain and the EU. Brexit however, has to be resolved “within days”, he says, warning that the absence of an agreement would result in “huge uncertainty and costs that both economies and societies can’t afford right now”.
Trump says Oracle 'very close' to TikTok deal
Silicon Valley tech giant Oracle is "very close" to sealing a deal to become the US partner to Chinese-owned video app TikTok to avert a ban in the United States, President Donald Trump says.
US offers Sudan $330m terror list deal
There are international calls for Mali to transition to civilian rule as soon as possible. The junta that ousted President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita last week says it's hoping for a three-year post-coup transition. In Tanzania, campaigning has kicked off ahead of October’s general election that has already led to opposition claims of persecution. And more Cameroonian farmers are using fish to cultivate their crops as they invest in Aquaponics in the hope that the system can help boost output.
Coronavirus latest: India cases surpass half a million
New Delhi is racing to contain the pandemic, as the Indian capital remains hardest-hit by the outbreak in the country. More than 500,000 cases were recorded nationwide. Follow DW for the latest.
Why Speed Darlington bribed Nigerian police, Lagos Govt pulls down Fela's statue and many more
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Mexico sends 6,000 National Guardsmen to control migrants at Guatemalan border
As Mexico negotiates a tariff deal with its northern neighbor, the National Guard has been sent to stem the flow of migrants coming from Central America. The US is pressing for changes in asylum law.
Saudi Aramco debt orders grow to $75B
Saudi Aramco has received orders worth $75 billion for its debut bond sale. The deal is one of the most anticipated events of the year, showing investor hunger for high-quality credit after major investors briefly shunned the kingdom after the killing of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi.