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1 Oct 2019
As Nigeria prepares to celebrate its 59th Independence, Political gladiators have been asked to focus on developing a Nigerian dream that will be upheld by the young generation, rather than dividing the Country on Political and religious lines.
21 Jul 2019
Eight years after independence, South Sudan still struggles to address media challenges. Independent journalists continue to fear for their freedom. Many choose to abandon either the country or their profession.
27 Apr 2019
Miguel Otero-Iglesias, senior analyst at Elcano Royal Institute, discusses Spain’s upcoming election and the key issues facing voters. H
4 May 2018
Calls for independence go back decades and lie rooted in the deep inequality that continues to exist between the native Kanak people and the Europeans.
19 Mar 2018
Kosovo is Europe’s youngest nation. Last month, it celebrated the tenth anniversary of its independence.
17 Mar 2018
Ambassador Osakwe laments poor record-keeping in Nigeria since independence.
30 Dec 2017
Spain's prime minister says that the new Catalan parliament should hold its maiden session on Jan. 17, the first step in reinstating local government after Madrid fired the old regional administration for illegally declaring independence.
28 Oct 2017
After a declaration of independence in Barcelona, Spain's national government triggers article 155 of the constitution approving direct rule over Catalonia.
22 Oct 2017
The Spanish government decided on Saturday to sack the secessionist leadership of Catalonia and force the region into a new election, saying it had to take the unprecedented step to prevent the region pushing ahead with independence.
7 Oct 2017
Guinness Nigeria clothes national monuments to celebrate Nigeria's 57th independence.
7 Oct 2017
Panel of international journalists looks at the situation in Spain after the banned independence referendum in Catalonia; the worst mass shooting in the history of United States; Trump's remarks in Puerto Rico; the King of Saudi Arabia paying a surprise visito to the Kremlin; three US scientists getting the medicine prize, rewarded for their decades on chronobiology.
4 Oct 2017
At least 17 people have been reported dead and several injured in Cameroon’s restive anglophone belt at the weekend. Those killed and injured were part of a separatist group demanding independence from Cameroon.

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