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  • I’ll make Nigeria attractive for investment, says Buhari

    Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday reiterated his administration’s commitment to the creation of an enabling environment and making Nigeria an attractive place for business and investment. Buhari made the pledge, in his statement, at the ninth summit of the D-8 Organisation for Economic Cooperation in Istanbul, Turkey. ...

  • Buhari meets Troost-Ekong, Agu

    Super Eagles players  William Troost-Ekong and Mikel Agu met with  President Muhammadu Buhari and his Turkish counterpart Recep Erdogan in  Turkey on Thursday. Buhari is in Turkey  for the D-8 summit which begins on Friday. Troost-Ekong and Mikel, who play for Turkish Superlig side  Bursaspor, were on duty when Nigeria ...

  • EU-funded cash assistance programme reaches 1 million refugees in Turkey

    Source: European Commission's Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations, World Food Programme Country: Syrian Arab Republic, TurkeyThe Emergency Social Safety Net programme provides debit cards to refugee families, mostly from war-torn Syria, to cover basic needs such as food, rent, medicine and clothes.ANKARA – A groundbreaking programme to ...

  • “We’re also human”- Doctors in Syria under severe stress

    Source: World Health Organization Country: Syrian Arab RepublicWHO calls for mental health support for Syrian physicians as the latest survey reveals the psychological toll the crisis takes on doctors while witnessing immense suffering and being targeted.Health professionals working in northern Syria face constant fear and worry – for their patients, for ...

  • Turkey orders arrest of 25 soldiers in post-coup probe

    Turkish authorities have issued arrest warrants for 25 soldiers across Turkey and the breakaway Turkish Cypriot state in northern Cyprus, security sources said. This is part of a widening crackdown following the 2016 failed military coup. The sources said on Thursday that the soldiers, on active duty and of varying ...

  • Amnesty International's Turkey chief and others accused of aiding terror groups

    Amnesty International's Turkey chief and 10 other human rights activists in the country have been charged with allegedly belonging to and aiding terror groups. Police detained 10 activists at a hotel near Istanbul in July, arresting eight people including Amnesty International's director in Turkey Idil Eser, as well as German Peter ...

  • A federal Europe will silence voice of small EU states - Alfred Sant

    A major dilemma facing small member EU states like Malta, Cyprus, Ireland and Demark is that while it is in their interests that the EU strengthens controls on security and on  tax evasion, these same member states want to maintain their sovereignty to secure their soverignty on national governance involving ...

  • Internazionale a Ferrara 2017: edizione record con 76 mila presenze

    Internazionale a Ferrara, il festival di giornalismo organizzato dalla rivista Internazionale, diretta da Giovanni De Mauro, e dal Comune di Ferrara, si è chiuso domenica scorsa con il record di 76 mila presenze. L’undicesima edizione si è aperta venerdì con la consegna a Can Dündar del premio ...

  • Emerging markets are up and running

    IN 1875 THE Ottoman Empire defaulted on half its foreign debt, a victim of the “first major debt crisis of the developing world”, according to one account of the mess. Its creditors, led by the Imperial Ottoman Bank, forced the empire’s grand vizier to accept a humiliating solution. Rather than ...

  • Turkey orders detention of 133 workers in post-coup probe

    Turkish authorities have issued detention warrants for 133 people working in the finance and labour ministries, the state-run Anadolu news agency said on Thursday. The detention, according to Anadolu, was part of a widening crackdown  by the government following the 2016 failed coup attempt. The suspects were detained for allegedly ...

  • Travellers stranded as Monarch Airlines suspends flights

    Troubled British carrier Monarch Airlines has suspended flights after failing to resolve its financial woes, and authorities have launched a major operation to bring home 110,000 stranded travelers.The airline, the country's fifth largest, stopped trading on Monday, warning travelers it had ceased operations. It had operated chartered and scheduled flights ...

  • WHO online trainings help medics in Syria’s besieged areas save lives

    Source: World Health Organization Country: Syrian Arab RepublicDoctors from partner organizations in Turkey have reached over 200 health staff in besieged areas. They provided online training on diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, hypertension, respiratory diseases and others.“There was no health staff. Only 1 veterinarian and 2 first-year dentistry students with no ...

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