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International Day of Happiness: Let’s take action for a Happier World

The United Nations must be seriously unashamed not to have noticed that this year International day of happiness should have been postponed until further notice. What happiness are we celebrating…

 
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OPEC Cuts: Nigeria and Libya still on slow oil recovery path

…Niger Delta militants calm, outlook still unpredictable When OPEC reached a deal last year to cut oil output, the decision to exclude Nigeria and Libya from the restrictions was seen…

 
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NLNG Targets 10 Percent of Global Gas Sales

Nigeria is set to capture at least 10 per cent of the global market share of Liquefied Natural Gas, LNG, as part of the concerted efforts to harness the nation’s…

 
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Five business Ideas that Own the Future

Talk to any budding entrepreneur and they’ll tell you how the market is saturated and how difficult it is to leave a mark. While it is true – there is…

 
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Microsoft and Samsung React While Google, Linux Foundation and Others Remain Silent to Vault 7 CIA Leaks

The Vault 7 document and code cache released yesterday by WikiLeaks revealed that many big software companies were being actively exploited by the CIA. Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, and even…

 
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Crude Oil market fundamentals improving – Saudi Energy Minister

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Tuesday that oil market fundamentals were improving after an agreement struck with top oil producers to curb supply and end a two-year glut…

 
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Donald Trump bans six countries, excludes Iraq

An administrative official has confirmed that Trump signed the new order on Monday morning, March 6. Iraq is excluded from the initial list of seven countries in the new order….

 
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Dutch back Muslims as far-right MP vows to close mosques

Hundreds of Dutch citizens met at an Amsterdam mosque Sunday to show solidarity with the country’s Muslim population, as an anti-Islam MP again vowed to shut mosques and ban the…

 
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South Africa-Nigeria Fallout ‘Will Have Dire Consequences’

Captains of commerce and industry have warned of dire consequences for the continent as Africa’s two biggest economies intermittently fall out over violent attacks on foreigners in South Africa, especially…

 
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Spain appoints Minister of Sex

Spain has appointed a ‘sex tsar’ to help boost the country’s “catastrophically low” birth rate . This is as a result of the fact that young couples have reportedly blamed…

 
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