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Cape Verde seeks Nigeria’s support in creative industry

The Cape Verde Government has solicited the support of Nigeria in the development of its music, films and other areas of creative industry. Mr Abraao Vincente, The Cape Verde Minister of Culture and Creative Industry made the request during a...

Twins conjoined at head separated after rare surgery in Israel

  The 12-hour operation at the Soroka Medical Centre in the city of Beersheba last week took months of preparation, and included the scalp grafts for both. Dozens of experts from Israel and abroad were involved. The girls, who have not been...

Woman faces terrorism charges for belonging to terrorist organisation

A 21-year-old woman who left Germany for Syria at the age of 15 before returning in 2020 is to face charges of membership of a terrorist organisation. The Federal prosecutors said this in Karlsruhe...

65% of COVID-19 vaccine misinformation spread by 12 people

When it comes to COVID-19 vaccine misinformation, the voices of few reached many, according to a study. Approximately 65 per cent of misinformation about the vaccine that’s spread on social media can be traced...

World Bank raises growth forecast for China to 8.5%

China’s economic recovery this year could be stronger than previously thought. The World Bank on Tuesday raised its growth projection to 8.5 per cent in a new analysis of China’s economic situation – a...

China plans to bring back samples from Mars around 2030

China plans to launch a mission around 2030 to bring back samples from Mars, according to a press conference held by the China National Space Administration (CNSA) on June 12 in Beijing following the complete success of...

Highways become a fantastic window on China’s development, vitality

As of the end of 2020, China’s total mileage of highways reached 160,000 kilometers. Highways in China, which have been built from scratch and developed rapidly over the past three decades, have become...

UN Security Council concerned about COVID-19 impact on Africa, urges greater cooperation

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has expressed grave concern about the devastating impact of the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) on Africa. A presidential statement of the council, therefore, urged greater cooperation in winning a...

Mongolian schools to begin summer vacation earlier due to COVID-19 surge

Mongolia Ministry of Education and Science announced Thursday that general educational schools and kindergartens would begin summer vacation earlier than usual due to  COVID-19 surge. Kindergarten and primary school students would be on summer...

Germany bans Islamist organisation, Ansaar International

Germany has banned the Islamist organisation Ansaar International and several of its sub-organisations. “The network finances terrorism worldwide with donations,’’ Steve Alter, spokesman for Germany’s Interior Minister, Horst Seehofer tweeted on Wednesday.
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Echono And His Midas Touch At TETFUND

By Abubakar Sani The Federal Government of Nigeria established the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) in 2011 to disburse,...
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That New Sheriff at NPA

By Odumu Igbudu The name Mohammed Bello Koko might not ring a bell at the slight. But it is doing wonders at the strategic...

Xi’s trip demonstrats China’s role as a rational, confident and responsible major country

By He Yin, People's Daily From Nov. 14 to 19, Chinese President Xi Jinping attended the 17th Group of 20 (G20) Summit in Bali, Indonesiaand...

China provides solution for building secure, stable world

By Seymur Mammadov Azerbaijan is one of the earliest countries to show support for the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The initiative promotes the synergy...

Gov. Sule approves contracts for rural electrification in Gadabuke Dev. Area, says Hon Shafa

"... as 5 communities which includes karmo, tudu-uku, loko-goma, nakuse and gwargwada are benefiting in the first phase..." Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State has...