The Humans of The Guardian
Since its establishment in 1983 by Alex Ibru, The Guardian Newspaper Limited has earned a prime place for itself in the African media space.
U.K. 'clear leader' in technology in Europe, says U.K. MP
Matt Hancock, U.K. secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, discusses the future of the technology sector in Europe. He speaks to Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde at the Viva Tech conference in Paris.
Everton agree deal for Swansea's Sigurdsson - reports
Media report that Sigurdsson's move to Everton has been agreed.
Amosun applauds media role in socio economic development
Amosun applauds media role in socio economic development.
Thousands of Syrians evacuated from Damascus district
According to state media, more than 2,000 rebels and their family members have been evacuated from the district of Qaboun on the edge of Damascus.
Philippines bus crash kills at least 24 - local media
A bus crash in a northern mountain range of the Philippines kills at least 24 people, local media report.
France's Fillon insists President Hollande is behind efforts to tarnish him
Le Figaro leads with accusations by conservative presidential candidate François Fillon that French President François Hollande has been orchestrating media leaks to tarnish his campaign.
George W. Bush's other passion: painting
Former U.S. President George W. Bush promotes his new book and shares his love for painting while also clarifying recent remarks he made about President Donald Trump and the media.