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15 Sep 2017
The top UK counter-terrorism police officer says the underground station incident in west London on Friday was caused by an improvised bomb.
27 Jul 2017
Nigeria is spending only about N1,500 per citizen annually compared to over £2,000 per person in the UK. This falls short of the Abuja Declaration, a commitment by African heads of governments to spend at least 15% of their national budgets on the health sector.
4 Jul 2017
79 guns hidden in engine blocks seized en route from France to UK.
30 Jun 2017
It has been 53 days since President Muhammadu Buhari left Nigeria for the UK, and the big question preying on the minds of most Nigerians is ‘where is Mr President’.
26 Jun 2017
The Islamic State group is losing ground in Syria and Iraq, but as recent events in the UK and France have shown, its appeal to some young Muslims hasn't gone away.
23 Jun 2017
At least 600 buildings in the UK are fitted with combustible cladding, the UK government says. Last week, a fire at London tower block Grenfell Tower, which many believe was spread by cladding catching fire, killed scores of people.
10 Jun 2017
Students and youths in London react to UK election results.
10 Jun 2017
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the EU is ready to start Brexit negotiations despite the UK election shock.
8 Jun 2017
Polls open across the UK for the 2017 general election on Thursday, for the third time in two years.
7 Jun 2017
The UK trains Nigerian Airforce on counter-terrorism.
7 Jun 2017
Femi Falana: How Nigeria can recover, return looted funds from Switzerland, UK, US.
6 Jun 2017
Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, this morning, returned from the UK, where she went to visit her husband, who is on medical leave.

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