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22 Feb
Democratic Republic of Congo's prime minister, Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde, resigned on Tuesday (February 20), triggering the dissolution of his government, the presidency said in a statement.
29 Jan
Opinion polls and political pundits agree that Donald Trump has a real chance of winning back the White House. For many in Europe, this is a troubling scenario.
8 Jan
European Council President Charles Michel plans to run in June's European Parliament elections and quit his current post if successful. Brussels may well be seeking new Commission and Council presidents at the same time.
22 Dec
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21 Dec
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19 Dec
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17 Dec
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week talks about the restoration of the universe to Universities.
15 Dec
Nnamdi Kanu's supporters were barred from accessing the Supreme Court.
14 Dec
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13 Dec
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13 Dec
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12 Dec
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