Media Watch

'19Jan
22

PDP chides Tinubu over comments on Obasanjo

Home|News|General| PDP chides Tinubu over comments on Obasanjo PDP chides Tinubu over comments on Obasanjo...
'19Jan
22

French diplomat: Spies gonna spy – there aren't any magical cyberspace laws that can prevent it

FIC2019 A French diplomat has suggested that future global regulation of cyberspace could exempt spying from regulation "as long as some specific sectors are preserved".Although he prefaced his comments by saying "...
'19Jan
22

[Analysis] France and Germany hope to revive EU with Aachen treaty

It marked the 56th anniversary of the Elysee treaty, a cornerstone of Franco-German reconciliation after the second world war. "74 years, a single human lifetime, after the end of the second world war, what seems...
'19Jan
22

Brexit or not, Britain must stay on the EU’s security team

Make no mistake: Brexit will damage our security. It will weaken the UK more, but it will weaken the EU too, writes Matthieu Borsboom.Matthieu Borsboom is a senior adviser for defence and security at BCW Brussels. ...
'19Jan
22

The ruling class that drove Brexit

Arron Banks and Nigel Farage. Photograph: Ben Birchall/PAAfter Trump’s election, millions of words were typed about how ‘blue collar’ areas had turned out to vote Republican. Yet Clinton led by 11% among voters who...
'19Jan
22

Opinion: The Derry car bomb is part of a dissident republican resurgence over the last decade

SATURDAY’S CAR BOMB attack on Bishop Street in the heart of Derry’s city centre is a very sinister development.  It is not the first time that Derry’s courthouse has been targeted in this way. In March 2011, a...
'19Jan
22

Opinion: The Derry car bomb is part of a dissident republican resurgence over the last decade

SATURDAY’S CAR BOMB attack on Bishop Street in the heart of Derry’s city centre is a very sinister development.  It is not the first time that Derry’s courthouse has been targeted in this way. In March 2011, a...
'19Jan
22

Data breaches are inevitable — here's how to protect yourself

It's tempting to give up on data security altogether, with all the billions of pieces of personal data — Social Security numbers, credit cards, home addresses, phone numbers, passwords and much more — breached and...
'19Jan
21

One couple, two seats: France and Germany renew vows after golden jubilee

French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet on Tuesday in the German border city of Aachen, known in France as Aix-la-Chapelle, to sign a new partnership between their two...
'19Jan
21

Education sector set for biggest rise in budget funds

The education sector, which forms the foundation for equitable social-economic development, is set to get the highest rise in cash allocation in the next financial year 2019/20 if Parliament — the budget-making...

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