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17 Jan 2021
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4 Aug 2020
The Olympics should be in full swing, with the Paralympics next up. But the coronavirus forced a postponement until 2021. DW spoke to athletes and coaches from around the world to find out what that's meant for them.
22 Apr 2020
Divine Oduduru is a Nigerian track and field sprinter specializing in the 100-meter dash and 200-meter dash. He spoke with GuardianTV's Solomon Fowowe about the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games, Coronavirus, the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, and his future goals.
26 Mar 2020
The first Olympics games held in the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens in 1896. It went around the continents and did not return to Greece until the 2004 Summer Olympics, 108 years later. But the years it went round did not go without incidents. Here are a few times the Olympics has witnessed disruptions or postponement.
21 Feb 2019
We'll not accept another postponement, Nigerian govt warns INEC.
20 Feb 2019
Nigeria's president Muhammad Buhari thrust himself in the eye of the storm after that statement during his party caucus meeting yesterday.
19 Feb 2019
Following the postponement of Nigeria's elections, questions continue to be raised about INEC's capacity to conduct free, fair and credible elections.
19 Feb 2019
The Independent National Electoral Commission (lNEC) on Monday lifted the ban on political parties not to campaign after it postponed the election by one week.
19 Feb 2019
As the dust settles on Nigeria's postponed general election, Nigerians have expressed their frustration with the electoral commission. But many are still optimistic their voices will be heard.
19 Feb 2019
INEC's decision to reschedule Nigeria’s elections has been received with mixed reactions, with many pointing its impact on businesses and the economy.
19 Feb 2019
Election postponement was rigging tactics by INEC, NEPP presidential candidate alleges
19 Feb 2019
Nigeria’s equities market has reversed gains from last week. Traders say it is the market’s reaction to the postponement of the Nigerian general election.

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