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India, Thailand risk landing on currency manipulator watchlist

India and Thailand may have to give freer rein to the rupee and baht this year to avoid triggering US accusations that they’re manipulating their currencies to support exports.

South Korea seizes Panama vessel for alleged North Korea ties

South Korea has seized a Panama-flagged ship suspected of transferring oil products to North Korea in breach of UN sanctions, a report said Sunday.

I have survived several coup as APC chairman – John Odigie-Oyegun

The APC chairman also said that left for the nation’s elites, President Muhammadu Buhari would never become President, adding that President Buhari’s Presidency was made possible by the common people in the country.

South Korea seizes Hong Kong ship for oil transfer to North Korea

South Korea briefly seized and inspected a Hong Kong-registered ship in November for transferring oil products to a North Korean vessel and breaching UN sanctions, a foreign ministry official said Friday.

China denies allegation of illicit oil sale to North Korea

China on Friday denied reports it has been illicitly selling oil products to North Korea, after U.S. President Donald Trump said he was not happy that Beijing allowed oil to reach the isolated nation.

Chinese military causing regional instability – Taiwan’s Tsai Ing-wen

China’s frequent military activity is causing regional instability, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said on Thursday adding that the island’s forces have been keeping a close eye on what they are up to.

China’s world largest amphibious aircraft makes maiden flight

China’s domestically developed AG600, the world’s largest amphibious aircraft, performed its maiden flight on Sunday from an airport on the shores of the South China Sea.

Gambia’s Adama Barrow visits China seeking development cooperation

Gambian president Adama Barrow has secured the establishment of a Confucius Institute qt one of the country’s leading universities, in addition to several cooperation agreements with China in the fields of economy, trade, investment, technology, infrastructure construction and human resources development.

China sentences 13 Taiwanese nationals for telecom fraud

China sentenced 13 Taiwanese to prison on Thursday for telecom fraud following their extradition from Kenya, in a move likely to further sour cross-straits ties.

China Air Force drills in Sea of Japan, around Taiwan

China’s Air Force carried out another round of long-range drills, on Monday, flying into the Sea of Japan, prompting South Korean jets to scramble, and again around self-ruled Taiwan amid growing tension over China’s assertiveness in the region.

Federal govt reaffirms Nigeria’s position on One China policy

The federal government yesterday reaffirmed its One China policy as part of its drive to strengthen and deepen the bilateral relationship between the two countries.

Federal govt to stop budget loans to defaulting states

The federal government yesterday said it would stop giving budget support loan to states that fail to comply with the conditions agreed under the fiscal responsibility plan.

Federal govt formalises One China policy

The Federal Government has issued a directive to all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) restating its affirmation of “One China policy” as part of its drive to strengthen and deepen the bilateral relationship between Nigeria and China.

Panama’s president visits China following break with Taiwan

Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela was making his first state visit to Beijing on Friday after breaking off relations with Taiwan and establishing formal ties with China five months ago.

Vietnam and China agree to avoid conflicts in South China Sea

Vietnam and China agreed Monday to avoid conflicts in the hotly contested South China Sea, as a new pathway to dialogue on easing tensions was opened with other Southeast Asian nations.

China, Vietnam leaders reach South China Sea consensus

The Communist leaders of China and Vietnam reached a “consensus” on handling the contested South China Sea, Chinese state media reported Sunday, hours after US President Donald Trump offered to mediate in the dispute.

Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen lands in Hawaii despite Chinese objection

Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen landed in Honolulu en route to the island's diplomatic allies among Pacific nations, despite strong objections to the visit from China.

Tell Taiwan president not to transit through our territories – China tells US

China’s Foreign Ministry on Friday called on the United States not to allow Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen to transit through its territories on her way to and from Taiwan’s diplomatic allies in the Pacific.

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President Buhari sympathizes with victims of Onitsha tanker explosion

President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed sadness over the death of a mother and her child as a result of an oil tanker accident in Onitsha, in Anambra State.

Shoemaker in court over theft of N7 million bitumen

A shoe maker, Kayode Owolabi, 25, on Thursday appeared in an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court over alleged theft of bitumen chemicals worth N7 million.

NAWOJ uges Oyo government to take action on family court

The Nigeria Association of Women Journalist (NAWOJ), Oyo State chapter, has called on the Oyo State government to hasten actions towards achieving a befitting family court for state.

Swedish embassy spotlights Nigerians living with disabilities

The Swedish embassy has documented the lives of some Nigerians living with disabilities to promote conversations on their rights.
Manchester United star Paul Pogba is considering a January exit from Old Trafford, it has been revealed.

Manchester United ready to spend huge amount on six players

Manchester United is prepared to splash out the cash to sign six top players over the next two transfer window in a bid to reclaim their fading imagine.