There have been international reactions over a chemical attack on a rebel-held town in Syria’s eastern Ghouta, linked with deaths of dozens of people.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has called for increased and more quality investments in Africa’s health sector to achieve universal health coverage.
AfDB made the call on the occasion of World Health Day on Saturday.
Rwanda on Saturday set alight the Flame of Hope at the 24th commemoration of genocide, where President Paul Kagame urged the preservation of the “truth” of the facts on genocide for future generations.
The Federation of Nigeria had a terrible accident January 15, 1966 and got into trauma.
By July 29, 1966, whilst still in the emergency ward being stabilized, it was attacked by those who insisted that the accident of January 1966 was orchestrated, and so Nigeria went into coma.
The attempt to resuscitate Nigeria at Aburi January 4-5, 1967 was truncated in Nigeria a few days after it woke up momentarily from coma there in Aburi.
May 27, 1967, Nigeria died.
The UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) has successfully completed its mandate after almost 15 years of supporting the West African nation in the transition to peace and democracy.
The last batch of 108 Nigerian police officers has been withdrawn from the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) after five years of service.
SERAP based in Nigeria has written a strong worded letter to the United Nations Security Council requesting its intervention in bringing to an end the killing of civillians and destruction of properties by nomadic militants
Nigeria has been ranked the 91st happiest nation of the world, and fifth in Africa in the 2018 World Happiness Report.
Some Nigerian women artistes on Sunday night “locked down” the UN headquarters complex in New York