First Vice Speaker of the Azerbaijani Parliament Ziyafat Asgarov has left for Serbia to participate in inauguration of the newly elected President Aleksandar Vucic, to be held in Belgrade on June 23.
Azerbaijani state oil company SOCAR is successfully holding a 2D seismic survey at the Sangachal-Duvanni-Khara-Zira block of fields.
Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja The Federal Government on Thursday said it would mobilise N2.5bn annually as equity investment through qualified fund managers for Small and Medium Enterprises under the Youth Wit
AGERPRES special correspondent to Brussels Madalina Cerban reports: Permanent structured cooperation entailing defence and security is one of the most special topics of the European Council meeting,
Champs-Elysées attacker Adam Djaziri had meant to turn his vehicle into a carbomb although it failed to explode when he rammed it into a police van on Monday, public prosecutor François Molins announc
The Czech Republic’s President Milos Zeman expressed concern over the low "quality of EU governance"
Stoffel Vandoorne of the McLaren-Honda F1 team said at a press conference in Baku June 22 that he and a fellow pilot, Fernando Alonso, may lose 15 positions each on the starting grid of the 2017 Formu
A teenage couple allegedly flogged by Bishop Daniel Obinim, ostensibly for having sex out of wedlock, have returned to the church, seeking his blessings on the product of their ‘fornication.R
The Federal High Court, Abuja, on Thursday granted the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, permission to file additional proof of evidence in the trial of Diezani Alison-Madueke’s aide Jide Omoko
Ljubljana's Photon Gallery is hosting an exhibition entitled Independence Through the Lenses featuring Finnish photographers Juha Arvid Helminen, Jaakko Kahilaniemi and Harri Palviranta, who offer
Oluwatosin Omojuyigbe The Lagos State High Court in Ikeja on Thursday ordered the remand of an American, Marco Ramirez, in Kirikiri Maximum Prisons for allegedly defrauding three Nigerians of $565,000
The Kaduna State Government said on Thursday that it expended N6.5 billion on infrastructural development in schools in the Southern Kaduna Senatorial District. The state Commissioner for Education, S
Architect Jože Ple?nik (1872-1957) is returning to Ljubljana as a living statue greeting visitors twice a week at Breg, on the left bank of the Ljubljanica.
This year’s tournament is held between June 17 and July 2 at four stadiums in Russia
There was relief and a sense of justice prevailing after two cop killers who murdered two Vereeniging police officers were given four life sentences.
More than 100 musicians will gather on Congress Square in Ljubljana on 29 June to celebrate the red star, "not a symbol of totalitarianism but a symbol of unification, freedom and resistance,&qu
Prime Minister Miro Cerar expressed satisfaction as he arrived to a two-day EU summit in Brussels on Thursday that Slovenia had significant support in its view that the final ruling of the arbitratio
The loan debt of Khalig Azizzade, who was killed in the 2016 April battles, to the Para non-banking credit organization (NBCO) has been closed and the relevant documents have already been given to the
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Tyre giant Michelin is to cut nearly 2,000 jobs worldwide by 2021 as part of a reorganisation, the company announced on Thursday, saying there would be no forced redundancies.
President Jacob Zuma insisted that he has never assisted his son Duduzane to get lucrative contracts from government and its entities.
The Police Command in Bayelsa has confirmed the arrest a 50-year-old man for allegedly defiling a 15-month-old baby girl at the Swali area of Yenagoa. The Spokesman of the command, DSP Asinim Butswat,
Rating agency Moody's has upgraded the long-term deposit ratings of the second and third largest banks in Slovenia. Abanka's was lifted by two notches, to Ba1 from Ba3, and Nova KBM's by t
Chidiebube Okeoma, Owerri The police in Imo State on Thursday handed over a ten months old boy, Tochukwu Okechukwu Peter, who was stolen and sold for N650,000, to his parents, Mr and Mrs Okechukwu Pet
Australian fans visiting Russia for the 2017 Confederations Cup have been impressed by the hospitality and efficient organization that has greeted them. Read Full Article at RT.com
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko will pay a state visit to Georgia in July.
Nigerians took to Google last week to know more about a young man who is rumoured to have been fathered by ex-American President, Bill Clinton. They also took to the search engine to know more about t
Prime Minister Miro Cerar said in Brussels on Thursday that he was sticking with the planned upgrade of the Koper-Diva?a rail track despite the fact that a referendum on the project will most likely
"Recent violations of the ceasefire resulting in further fatalities on the Line of Contact in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone are a stark reminder that the status quo is unsustainable," News.Az quo
The Great Patriotic War began at 4 am on June 22, 1941, when Nazi Germany attacked the Soviet Union
Dow Poliuretan, a division of American group Dow Chemical operating in the chemical industry, has opened a polyurethane services center in Codlea (in Romanian central county of Brasov), which will s
The military exercises dubbed "Maritime Cooperation-2017" are not directed against other countries, according to the Chinese Defense Ministry