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Slovaks In Nigeria Mark 30 Yrs Of Velvet Revolution

By Fred Iwenjora, Associate Editor Since 1989, the months of November and December every year are months of national celebration for Slovaks. It is when Slovaks both at home and in the diaspora get into the mood of euphoria and celebration because it is anniversary of the peaceful revolution which ousted one party dictatorship in […]

Ghana: Youth In Tourism Festival Goes Global

By George Egeh, Correspondent (Ghana) With barely a week left to celebrate the National Youth in Tourism Festival, “YOTOFEST 2019” Tourism Society of Ghana and collaborating organization Ghana Chamber of Content Producers are both working together to ensure the event records massive success. The festival is being organized with support from the Ministry of Tourism, […]

Nigeria Leaps Her Scathing Diplomatic Row To Lead The United Nations General Assembly

Professor Tijani Muhammad Bands, President of UNGA By Menkiti Onyebuchi Bernie, Editor Nigeria’s foreign policy engagements and global diplomatic outlook haven’t been particularly great in recent times. Rising from her diplomatic policy spat with the US over visa fee reciprocity to the issues of even more damning consequence; South Africa xenophobia attacks which induced reprisals […]

Nasimi 650: Azerbaijan’s Festival Of Youth And Culture 2019

Menkiti Onyebuchi Bernie Editor Azerbaijan is a geo-remarkable and geo-friendly country with awesome disposition to nature, typified by hill sides and the overlooking Caspian Sea. A country sometimes referred to as the the land of fire, christened Yanar Dağ, one of worlds most renowned tourist sites. Aside its beautiful natural attractions, Azerbaijan upholds her culture, […]

Nigeria To The World: 8 Year Old Nigerian Immigrant Wins Chess Championship

Tanitoluwa (Tani) Adewumi, a third grader at P.S. 116 in New York, has won the New York State Scholastic Primary Championship in his age bracket. That’s already an impressive feat in itself, but 8-year-old Tani only learned to play chess about a year ago Tani and his family of four fled northern Nigeria in June 2017, worried […]

Norway Becomes First Country To Charge Electric Taxis Over The Air

Norway’s capital Oslo will become the first city in the world to install wireless charging systems for electric taxis, hoping to make recharging quick and efficient enough to speed the takeup of non-polluting cabs. The project will use induction technology, with charging plates installed on the road at taxi ranks linking to receivers installed in […]

China: Explosion Kills 47, Injures Over 600

Sad one coming out of China. Report at our disposal indicate an explosion at a pesticide plant in eastern China has killed 47 people and injured more than 600, state media said on Friday, the latest casualties in a series of industrial accidents that has angered the public. The blast occurred on Thursday at the […]

BREXIT: EU Bears Biggest Loss, While China, US Gain Big

By Celestine Osemeilu The divorce settlement between Britain and its many ‘wives’ seem not to be ending well. This is because a hard Brexit will cost EU countries €40 billion annually, a study on the impact of Brexit on EU incomes from the German think tank Bertelsmann Stiftung has found. New tariffs after the UK […]

South Korean Police Unravelled Spycam Porn Syndicate

By Celestine Osemeilu About 1,600 hotel guests in 10 South Korean cities were victims of an illicit “spy camera” scheme, local police announced this week. The victims were recorded surreptitiously with tiny cameras hidden in their hotel rooms such as sockets and air-conditioner vent. The footage was livestreamed online for subscribers, some of whom paid […]

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