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23 Jul 2021
Brisbane is the first winner in the new streamlined format that allows the IOC to pick from among the initial bids and approach a host city to open uncontested negotiations.
19 May 2021
Ultra-premium vodka, Cîroc was the toast of the uber-hip party experience as The Lagos Party Animal (LPA) was hosted by superstar DJ Lambo, and packed with the crème de la crème of the entertainment industry, top Nigerian DJs, and hypemen.
18 Mar 2021
EU chief Ursula von der Leyen has announced the setting up vaccination certificates amid concerns over slow vaccine rollout and shortages.
26 Jan 2021
Evelyn Akhator talks basketball, strength, and what to expect from the Nigerian national women’s basketball team, D'Tigress at the next summer Olympics in Tokyo.

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Faisal, a Kano indigene has built a tricycle popularly known as 'Maruwa' or 'Keke Napep' from scratch in Kano State.
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After years of underwhelming relations between the EU and Indonesia, a flurry of diplomatic visits and increased trade has renewed optimism that Brussels is now strengthening ties with Southeast Asia's largest economy.
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A Belgian court agrees to admit the findings of a 22-year-old parliamentary commission into its investigation. The court is looking into the 1961 assassination of DR Congo's Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba, seen by many as one of the country's founding fathers.
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The richest man in the world, Elon Musk, is buying Twitter for the equivalent of around €41 billion. That makes the deal one of the biggest in Wall Street history.
8 hours ago
We take a closer look at the petrol shortage hitting certain French service stations. We also hear about the options that US President Joe Biden is mulling in regard to OPEC+'s decision to cut oil supply. Plus, a small French town grapples with rising energy bills.