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Monthly Archives: January, 2022

UK premier receives highly anticipated lockdown party report

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson received on Monday a highly anticipated report into lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street. The report was commissioned by Johnson and...

Fuel scarcity: NNPC urges Nigerians to avoid panic buying

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Limited has reassured Nigerians that it has enough Petroleum Motor Spirit (PMS), popular called petrol, in stock, saying...

Intel scores big win in billion-euro appeal against EU antitrust fine

The US technology giant Intel on Wednesday scored a major win in a years-long dispute with the European Commission over a fine for the...

Adidas announces plans to hire 2,800 new employees in 2022

Global sports brand Adidas announced plans to hire around 2,800 new employees on Wednesday. The company said that the recruitment drive was aimed at filling...

How I recovered my Samsung phone 19 days after I was robbed

By Kukogho Iruesiri Samson The average Nigerian is subjected to a tragic double tragedy: they are pursued by criminals and exploited by the police when...

Israeli president to make first state visit to UAE

Israeli President Isaac Herzog will head to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Sunday in the first-ever visit by an Israeli head of state...

Germany’s Scholz warns Russia after meeting Macron

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz warned Russia of the consequences of an attack on Ukraine after he met with French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday...

What your poo says about you

We go to the smallest room to do our most private and - literally - pressing business. And we don't talk about the outcome...

‘Never Forget’: German encyclopedia on persecuted Jewish footballers

The German Football Museum will publish an online encyclopedia on Jewish players and officials who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Titled "Never Forget", the...

1,163 new plaintiffs join Brazil dam collapse trial in Germany

A trial against a German company after a disastrous collapse of a dam in the Brazilian city of Brumadinho in 2019 now includes 1,170...

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