28 C
LAGOS, NG
Tuesday, April 25, 2017

International

British PM May wants Brexit deal that allow automakers to flourish

British Prime Minister Theresa May has been clear that her government wants to secure a Brexit deal with the European Union that will allow...

China calls for calm on North Korea UN suspension call

China urged calm and restraint on Wednesday after South Korea called for the possible suspension of North Korea's seat at the United Nations...

Iraqi army effectively cuts last main exit road out of Mosul

U.S.-backed Iraqi army units shut the last main exit out of the Islamic State group's stronghold in western Mosul, controlling access to the city...

Migrants arrival causing concerns in Europe

The Italian Coast Guard says around 2,750 boat migrants have been rescued from the sea in the past few days, as this year's arrivals...

EU border Agency accuses NGOs of encouraging traffickers

The head of European Union border agency, Frontex, has criticised charities that rescue migrants off Libya, arguing that they encourage the traffickers who profit...

Exiled Somalis return from Yemen after years of war

Somalia's new president is marking his first week in office and one of his immediate concerns will be returning the country to peace. This is...

OJ Simpson could be released as early as October after 9...

According to Sports Illustrated, former baseball legend and accused murderer OJ Simpson will likely be released from prison this summer – on parole. On...

Senate Confirms Billionaire Wilbur Ross to Be President Trump’s Secretary Of...

The U.S. Senate voted 72-27 on Monday evening to confirm billionaire Wilbur Ross as Trump's commerce secretary. The green light comes nearly three months after...

Govt moves to Bridge Seeds Gap

Rwanda should be able to fully provide own seeds for farming by 2020, according to the Rwanda Agriculture Board (RAB). To accomplish this, RAB...

Uganda Economy to Grow 5.5 Percent in the year ending June...

Uganda’s GDP will grow 5.5 percent in the year ending June 2018, boosted by higher oil sector investments and lower borrowing costs. A budget paper...
Lagos, NG
few clouds
28 ° C
28 °
28 °
78%
2.1kmh
20%
Wed
32 °
Thu
32 °
Fri
32 °
Sat
29 °
Sun
29 °

POPULAR