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FG appoints new registrar for PTI


Ovie Okpare, Warri Federal Government has appointed Mr Abubakar Tanimu as the new Registrar and Secretary to the Governing Council of the Petroleum Training Institute, Effurun, in the Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State. The new registrar, until his appointment was a Deputy Director, Human Resources Department of the Institute and a graduate of […]

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President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has today viewed the conditions created at Narakand complex which includes a fish farm, park, catering, entertainment and recreation center in Pirallahi district,
The new US administration remains committed to participating in the process of the Nagorno-Karabakh settlement in OSCE Minsk Group format.
Rotterdam fishmonger Ruud den Haan sells the best Dutch herring in the country, according to the annual herring test organised...
State Secretary for Bilateral and Strategic Euro-Atlantic Affairs with Romania's Foreign Ministry (MAE) George Ciamba stated on Thursday that he hopes for the Trade Winds mission - a commercial promo
A Dutchman jailed for 12 years in China for killing a neighbour has had the sentence cut to 4.5 years...
Amsterdam city council on Thursday evening voted in favour of the controversial plan to build bicycle-pedestrian bridge linking the city...
Greek, Bulgarian, Romanian and Hungarian gas transmission companies DESFA, Bulgartransgaz, Transgaz and FGSZ and ICGB AD consortium, the contractor for the Greece-Bulgarian Interconnector (IGB) pipeli
A full-scale model of the Spitnik-1 satellite first orbited the Earth on October 4, 1957 was sold for $18,500
Michael Romanov was the Tsar of Russia from 1613 to 1645 and founder of the Romanov dynasty, which ruled Russia until 1917. He was crowned on July 21, 1613 in Dormition Cathedral. Alexei Tolstoy desc
PwC suffered the latest blow to its reputation late on Thursday as Ukraine’s central bank pulled its bank auditing rights in the country for failing to identify alleged improprieties that led to
Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Friday, 21 July:
International benchmark Brent crude futures were at $49.28 per barrel 0501 GMT, down 2 cents from their last close.
Looking at the latest row between the EU and Poland, Delo writes on Friday that Poland has missed the opportunity to become one of the leading three countries in the bloc.
All four of the gas turbines that were delivered in the summer for power plants in Taman, southern Russia were illegally shipped to Crimea, Siemens said in a statement, citing reliable information it
The Police have smashed a four-man armed kidnap syndicate terrorizing Aba and its environs. Police detectives attached to Omoba Division got the upper hand on the syndicate on Wednesday at Ovungwu, Is
"I really hope that a serious partnership and mutual dialogues will lead to positive results."
The Russian and Chinese seamen, as well as marine aviation crews, will train to organize anti-submarine, anti-aircraft and anti-ship defense
Official exchange rate of the US dollar and euro to Azerbaijani manat for July 21 was set at 1.7012 manats and 1.9783 manats, respectively.
Five Ukrainian soldiers were killed in action (KIA), another eight were wounded in action (WIA) amid 29 attacks on Ukrainian troops in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, from 06:00 on Thursday, July 20, until 0
Prime Minister Mihai Tudose discussed on Thursday with representatives of the Dacia Renault (Group Renault Romania) about the investments' development in the auto industry, mentioning on this occasio
Three Guyanese miners were shot dead, while three other persons were wounded in an early morning attack on Wednesday, when their camp at Imataka, on the Venezuelan side of the border, was raided by gu
Businessman Andrif Gillard yesterday told a Commission of Inquiry (CoI) of how his neighbour allegedly offered him money to assassinate President David Granger and the subsequent runaround he was subj
Members of the STEMGuyana team, having adeptly represented the country at the just-concluded First Global Games, where they finished in 10th position, received a warm welcome upon arriving in Guyana o
Wrongfully dismissed New Building Society (NBS) Manager Maurice Arjoon, was yesterday awarded just over $79M, which the Society owes him for loss of earnings, severance and pension benefits plus inter
John Da Silva and Kevin Fitz Gordon, the two men held on a boat in the Pomeroon River, Essequibo, with 210 pounds of cocaine, were yesterday both charged with drug trafficking and remanded to prison.
Taxi driver Noel De Freitas, who was charged earlier this year with causing the death of a pedestrian along Mandela Avenue, had the charge against him dismissed yesterday after a city magistrate uphel
Kellon Mc Leod,  also known as ‘Pinny’, 29 years, a miner of Victory Valley, Wismar, Linden who was found in possession of a .38 revolver and seven matching rounds early Wednesday morning in Mackenzie

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