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28 May
Nepal's ruling party has become increasingly wary of China's expansive Belt and Road Initiative amid Sri Lanka's financial collapse, fresh loans from the US and a shift towards India.
20 May 2021
The Nigerian senate request fresh loan from President Muhammadu Buhari for the approval of N2.3 trillion as external Loan.
21 Aug 2020
'Follow the Money' traced $3.5 Million from grassroots projects
21 Jul 2020
The house of representatives has declared Julius Berger unfit to handle major projects in the country.
18 Jan 2020
Germany ended 2019 with a budget surplus of €13.5 billion. The government wants to spend on infrastructure and other projects, but critics say the money isn't getting where it needs to go.
16 Nov 2019
Reps to investigate abandoned road projects in Nigeria
29 May 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari, who won a second term in office on February 23, 2019, has rolled out an implementation plan for all projects — whether the projects were begun by his administration or whether there were inherited from the previous administration.
18 Feb 2018
Wike optimistic ongoing State projects will be delivered.
15 Jul 2017
Kwara government pledges completion of infrastructure projects.
28 May 2017
Delta townhall meeting - governor Okowa promises to complete ongoing projects.
27 May 2017
Over 20 projects commissioned in Enugu state to mark governor Ugwuanyi's 2 years In office.
22 Apr 2017
Niger-Delta region seeks quick implementation of developmental projects.

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The leader of Scotland's government said Scotland was "ripped" out of the EU as she outlined a possible route to Scottish independence, including a referendum late next year.
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