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16 Oct
The parliamentary deputy leader of Germany's neoliberal Free Democrats has said he thinks that the so-called "citrus coalition" talks with the Green Party are likely to be productive.
15 Jun
Controversial US lawmaker Marjorie Taylor Greene apologizes for remarks in which she repeatedly equated mask mandates with Nazis forcing Jews to wear yellow stars in World War Two-era Germany.
3 Feb
Prominent US lawmaker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has revealed that she is a survivor of sexual assault, in an emotional video message Monday in which she also described fearing for her life during the deadly storming of the US Capitol on January 6.
21 Jan
Family denies news of Abia Lawmaker, Prestige Ossy's demise
12 Dec 2020
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21 Aug 2020
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18 Aug 2020
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8 Aug 2020
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28 Jun 2020
Lawmaker denies allegation of multi-million contract in NDDC
18 Jun 2020
Post COVID-19- It's time to look away from oil, focus on agriculture, lawmaker tells FG
11 Jun 2020
Nigeria's economic diversification shouldn't be born out of oil crisis, lawmaker tells FG
9 Jun 2020
Lawmaker blast transport minister Rotimi Amaechi over loan plan

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