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Tunisia ruling party suspends prime minister over president’s son row

Tunisia’s ruling party has suspended Prime Minister Youssef Chahed in the latest escalation of a row with the president’s son that has paralysed key decisions on the troubled economy.

Tunisia votes in first free municipal elections

Tunisians head to the polls on Sunday for the first free municipal elections since the 2011 revolution, seen as another milestone on the road to democracy in the birthplace of the Arab Spring.

Tunisia’s parliament votes to abolish human rights commission

Tunisian MPs voted not to renew the human rights commission's mandate that is set to expire in May, a move being legally challenged because not enough legislators were present in the assembly.

Tunisia cabinet reshuffle strengthens president

Tunisia's president Beji Caid Essebsi strengthened his grip on power late on Monday when parliament approved a cabinet reshuffle ahead of key elections.

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Ola Aina: Players helped me settle in Super Eagles squad

Italy-based defender Ola Aina has revealed that Nigeria’s players have helped him settle into the Super Eagles squad.

APC Primaries: NWC report indicts Ogun chapter of fraud

The election committee deployed by the National Working Committee (NWC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to conduct legislative primaries into both the National and State House of Assembly seats in Ogun State, has indicted state leadership of the party of fraud.

Dollar gains for a second day as markets eye Fed minutes

The dollar edged higher on Wednesday as a rally on Wall Street boosted risk appetite, although gains were capped before the release of Fed minutes later in the day.

Borno APC women decry marginalization after losing primary elections

Some women in Borno on Wednesday said that they were marginalised during the primary elections of candidates for various elective posts in the state.

Gynaecologist: Family planning not abortion

A gynaecologist, Dr Aminu Magaji, has said that family planning is not abortion as being erroneously claimed in some religious circles, stressing that it is aimed at protecting the woman against many hazards.