In Mali werden Menschenrechte von ganz verschiedenen Akteuren verletzt. Wichtig sei zuerst, das Leid der Opfer anzuerkennen, sagt Ousmane Sidibé. mehr...
Speaking ahead of today’s International Donors’ Conference in solidarity with Venezuelan refugees and migrants, jointly organised by the European Union, the government of Spain and with the support of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), S&D Eurolat MEPs reiterated their call for a democratic, pacific and negotiated solution to the crisis in Venezuela and an end of sanctions for humanitarian reasons.
Javi López, S&D MEP and co-chair of EUROLAT, said:
EUROFER welcomes the EU Recovery Plan
Brussels, 26 May 2020 – The European Commission will tomorrow, following the request by the European Council, present its EU Recovery Plan to support a climate-neutral, digitalised and resilient EU economy, helping to rebuild after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Im Krieg gegen Islamisten in Mali und Burkina Faso nehmen extralegale Hinrichtungen und Armeegewalt zu. Staat und Volk trauen einander nicht. mehr...
Nigeria’s External Reserves Up By 7% In 21 Days The continuous increase in Nigeria’s external reserves appears to have been sustained as it recorded a third consecutive week of growth at the end of last week. Available data from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) show that the country’s external reserve had risen […]
Petrol Price May Rise As Brent Stabilises Around $35/barrel Brent, the oil against which Nigeria’s crude is priced, has hovered around $35 per barrel for about one week, raising concerns of a possible hike in petrol price in Nigeria any time soon. An analysis of global oil trading rates on Monday showed that Brent […]
Banks’ Investments In Software Rise To N46.2bn Ten Deposit Money Banks reported fresh investments valued at N46.2bn in software in the first three months of the year in order to deliver hitch-free digital banking services to customers. Findings showed that in the first quarter of the previous year, the same banks spent N3.76bn […]
W/Bank’s Approval For Nigeria’s $1.5bn Cash Coming July The World Bank will take final decision in late July on a $1.5 billion loan to support Nigeria as it fights the novel coronavirus, the bank’s country director said at the weekend. The World Bank is working on packages that could provide more than $3 […]
Stock Market Gains N700bn On Positive Sentiment Trading activities on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange closed bullish last week following gains recorded by most blue-chip stocks. The NSE All-Share Index and market capitalisation appreciated by 5.59 per cent to close the week at 25,204.75 and N13.136tn respectively. All other indices finished higher […]
We’ll Ease Nigeria, Others’ Debt Burden – Chinese Minister Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, has said China will work with other G20 members to implement the debt service suspension initiative to ease the debt burden of Nigeria and other African countries. In a statement by China’s Consul General in Lagos, Chu Maoming, the minister […]