From Berlusconi to Tina Turner and Delors: Notable deaths of 2023

Here are some of 2023's most notable deaths.

Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin headed back into space after accident

The American company Blue Origin plans to launch its rocket Big Shepard Monday for the first time since an accident more than a year ago, as the firm founded by…

Saudi snares 2030 World Expo in latest success

The Saudi capital Riyadh on Tuesday won the right to host the 2030 World Expo, defeating rival bids from Italy and South Korea as well as overcoming objections from rights…

Microsoft hires sacked OpenAI boss Sam Altman

Sam Altman is joining Microsoft, the tech-giant has announced, ending speculation he might return to OpenAI just 48 hours after his chaotic ousting. Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella wrote on…

‘AI’ named Collins Word of the Year

The abbreviation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been named the Collins Word of the Year for 2023, the dictionary publisher said on Tuesday. Lexicographers at Collins Dictionary said use of…

Tinubu Meets Oil Marketers Over Subsidy Removal

President Bola Tinubu has directed the National Economic Council (NEC) led by Vice President Kashim Shettima to device an approach and begin the process of working on interventions to mitigate the impact of subsidy removal on the Nigerians.

Dangote Thanks Buhari, Tinubu, Nigerians For Supporting His Refinery

The President and CEO, of Dangote Industries Limited, Aliko Dangote has expressed thanks for the massive support he and the Dangote group got towards the creation of the Dangote Petroleum Refinery and Petrochemicals plant. 

Charles III Crowned King At First UK Coronation In 70 Years

Charles III on Saturday finally met his date with destiny after a lifetime as heir to his late mother Queen Elizabeth II, as he was officially crowned king in the first coronation in Britain since 1953.

BREAKING: UK Court Sentences Ekweremadu To 10 Years Imprisonment Over Organ Trafficking

The United Kingdom court has sentenced former Deputy Senate President of Nigeria, Ike Ekweremadu, to nine years and eight months in prison for an organ trafficking plot.

All Nigerian Students Evacuated From Khartoum –Association

The National Association of Nigerian Students in Sudan says all stranded students in the war-racked North African country have been evacuated from the country’s capital, Khartoum.