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'19Jan
29

Maduro rival says taking control of Venezuela's foreign assets

CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) — Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido said yesterday he was taking control of the country's foreign assets as he piled pressure on leader Nicolas Maduro by calling for...
'19Jan
28

Africa: Are Rwanda and South Africa Irreconcilable?

Photo: Institute for Securiity Studies From left: Presidents Paul Kagame and Cyril Ramaphosa. analysisThe slow but...
'19Jan
27

Buhari, Nigeria and backsliding journey to murky nation

Home|News|General| Buhari, Nigeria and backsliding journey to murky nation Buhari, Nigeria and backsliding journey to murky nation...
'19Jan
27

Buhari, Nigeria and backsliding journey to murky nation

Home|News|General| Buhari, Nigeria and backsliding journey to murky nation Buhari, Nigeria and backsliding journey to murky nation...
'19Jan
27

Onnoghen: Why we reject interference-FG

•We won’t allow external interference in 2019 polls — Presidency •Supreme Court Justices shun Ag CJN Mohammed’s first official assignment •CCT order may have been obtained through the back door, SAN alleges •...
'19Jan
26

Catalonia: the trial will be about our ideological freedom

Carme Forcadell speaks in the Catalan Parliament after Rajoy announced the suspension of Catalan autonomy, October 2017. Jordi Boixareu/ Press Association. All rights reserved.In December 2017, Carme Forcadell...
'19Jan
26

70th Republic Day live updates | India’s military might, cultural diversity on display

India celebrated its 70th Republic Day on Saturday with a grand display of its military might and rich cultural diversity as the ceremonial parade rolled down the majestic Rajpath here in presence of South African...
'19Jan
25

Venezuela crisis: US pulls out staff and tells citizens to 'strongly consider' leaving

The US state department has urged its citizens to “strongly consider” leaving Venezuela and ordered out non-emergency government staff as the head of the country’s armed forces warned of a civil war sparked by a US...
'19Jan
24

EU reluctant to recognise self-proclaimed Venezuela president, calls for elections

Amid growing pressure by Latin American presidents to recognise the self-proclaimed president of Venezuela, opposition leader Juan Guaidó, the EU remains reluctant to follow the steps of the US and instead called ...
'19Jan
24

How US-Venezuela Escalation Unfolded From Sanctions to Backing Anti-Maduro Coup

Donald Trump, who once refused to “rule out a military option” in Venezuela, has been consistent with a hard-line approach towards the South American country under President Nicolas Maduro.READ MORE: Things to Know...

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