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COVID-19: Germany donates items worth 300,000 euros to Nigeria

  The German Consulate in Nigeria, has donated personal protective equipment (PPE) kits and consumables to Nigeria’s law enforcement and security agencies to combat the...

UNILAG scholars attract N115.5m research grants from UK, Germany

The Office of Research and Innovation, University of Lagos (UNILAG), says some scholars of the institution have been awarded grants worth N115.5 million for...

German police attempt to break up anti-racism rally in Hamburg

Hamburg (dpa) Police in the northern German city of Hamburg on Friday said they had intervened to disperse attendees of an anti-racism rally they...

German state to fine face mask violators up to 5,000 euros

Munich (dpa) The Southern German State of Bavaria on Friday said arrangement had been concluded to impose fine of up to 5,000 euros (or...

Germany restricts movement of troops in Iraq following U.S. strike

Berlin (dpa) Germany is restricting the movements of its troops in Iraq following the strike on Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, a spokesman for the...

IPOB members attack Ekweremadu in Germany, former Deputy Senate President laments

The immediate past Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Enweremadu has confirmed a physical assault on him by some members of the proscribed...

Women’s World Cup: Germany beat Nigeria 3-0

By Ijeoma Okigbo Germany qualified for an eighth consecutive quarter-final appearance at the FIFA Women’s World Cup by beating the Super Falcons 3-0 at Stade...

103-year-old German jumps from window to escape fire

Hamburg (dpa) A 103-year-old man jumped out of a window to escape a fire that broke out in his room at a convalescent home...

Osinbajo heads to Berlin, to address German business community on Monday

  By Chijioke Okoronkwo   Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, will address a group of notable German business leaders in Berlin, Germany, on Monday, the Presidency said...

France not in possession of Khashoggi tapes – Foreign Minister

French Foreign Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, on Monday said that France was not in possession of recordings related to the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Nigerians spend about $13 billion annually to fuel generating sets – EU

By Olufemi Adediran, Abeokuta The European Union Representative in Nigeria, Kurt Cornelius, on Friday disclosed that  poor supply of electricity in the country is responsible for an...

France, Germany announce new joint fighter jet programme

By Stephen Carlson Paris (UPI) France and Germany announced they are planning to develop a new joint fighter plane following a French-German cabinet meeting Thrusday. French...

Germany survive Chile onslaught to win Confederations Cup

ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) - Germany survived a whirlwind assault by Chile and capitalised on an awful mistake by the South Americans to claim a 1-0...

Germany’s genocide in colonial Namibia haunts today’s leaders

By Joe Brock OKAHANDJA, Namibia (Reuters) - Namibia's Herero people are heartened that Germany is keen to atone for the genocide of their ancestors, but...

Germany spies on Nigeria-based journalists, others

BERLIN (AP) -- The German weekly Der Spiegel reports that the country's spy agency had at least 50 numbers and email addresses of journalists...

Nigerian, Algerian arrested in Germany over terror plot

Hanover (dpa) A Nigerian and an Algerian national suspected of planning to carry out a terrorist attack have been arrested in the German city...

Germany closes mosque, for promoting violence

Germany closes mosque, for promoting violence Stuttgart (dpa/NAN) Reinhold Gall, German’s Interior Minister of Baden-Wuerttemberg State, said a mosque in southern Germany had been shut...

Germans hold anti-migrant rally today

Istanbul (AFP) - Germany's PEGIDA movement holds an anti-migrant rally on Monday a year on from its formation, highlighting a European backlash towards a...

‘Germany can’t cope with 800,000 refugees per year’

Berlin (dpa/NAN) German Interior Minister, Thomas de Maiziere, confirmed on Thursday that Germany has been taking nearly half of all refugees arriving in the European...

Racist crimes surge in eastern Germany

A spate of arson attacks have hit refugee homes or would-be shelters. Red Cross staff setting up a tent city for 800 mostly Syrian refugees also came under attack from far-right thugs in late July in the eastern city of Dresden.

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