Belarus president puts military on alert amid EU border tensions
Belarus says it has closed its border with EU countries. But Polish officials have described the action as just "another element of the propaganda campaign," saying the situation at the border hasn't changed.
Nigeria leads in Africa's Bitcoin transfers, transacts $8 million weekly, Guinea Election A ‘War,' and more
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Navalny poisoning, Macron in the Middle East, Schools reopen in EU, Trump & Biden in Kenosha
It was Wednesday when the German chancellor herself came out to announce it was Novichok. German scientists had determined that Alexei Navalny, the Kremlin's most outspoken critic, was poisoned with the same Soviet-era nerve agent used against former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal two years ago in Salisbury, England. What happens next?
Curing Covid-19: EU looks to secure millions of doses of vaccines
When will there be a vaccine for Covid-19? That's one of the big questions we're all asking right now - and it's a big question for policymakers in Europe too. In this episode of Talking Europe, we ask our panel of MEPs when and how European citizens are likely to get access to vaccines and treatments that would allow a return to some kind of normality.
20.8 million people recover from coronavirus globally, FG spent N113bn on Osun roads - Fashola
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Niger Govt. sacks 80 civil servants for fraud, Lagos State pledges 20 cars to outstanding teachers and more
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Malabu Scandal: FG asks Eni, Shell for $1.1 Billion, Five banks raked in N175.41bn on fees, commission and more
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Libya's UN-backed government and eastern parliament reach cease-fire deal
A ceasefire has been called in Libya, a move heralded by the UN, the EU and Egypt, which is raising hopes of an end to years of violence in the country. In Mali, thousands take to the streets in Bamako to show their support for the military that ousted former President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. And a Nigerian filmmaker has decided to release her film online in a bid to avoid censors who may take issue with the lesbian love story.
Brexit: 'Clock is ticking,' warns EU's Michel Barnier
The latest round of talks on the UK's exit from the EU ended with both sides exasperated. Negotiators are stuck on key issues surrounding fishing and competition rules.