Germany officially returns Benin Kingdom bronzes to Nigeria

Published on : 21/12/2022 – 09:52 The German Foreign Minister, visiting Nigeria since Sunday, returned this Tuesday, December 20, 22 bronzes looted in the former kingdom of Benin. These artifacts are among some 1,130 items that Germany has pledged to return to Nigeria. With our correspondent in Lagos, Liza Fabbian The precious bronzes were handed … Read more

Germany has returned to Nigeria 22 bronzes stolen from the Kingdom of Benin

Germany on Tuesday returned to Nigeria 22 bronzes of the former kingdom of Benin, looted during the colonial era, during an official ceremony in Abuja. Thousands of bronzes from Benin, in present-day southern Nigeria – metal plaques and sculptures dating from the 16th to 18th centuries – had been stolen from the palace of the … Read more

Microsoft wants to facilitate internet access in Africa via satellite

The tech giant intends to carry out this project immediately in order to bring access to the internet for the first time to remote regions in Egypt, Senegal and Angola, Microsoft president Brad told AFP. Smith, on the sidelines of a summit in Washington bringing together 49 African leaders. “Africa does not lack talent but … Read more

Coups and the fight against terrorism on the menu of the 62nd ECOWAS summit

Published on : 04/12/2022 – 04:25 The 62nd Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is taking place this Sunday, November 4 in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. With our special correspondent and our correspondent in Abuja, Serge Daniel and Moses Gomis The new President of … Read more

The impressive image that shows three migrants who traveled 11 days on the rudder blade of an oil tanker to reach Spain | Nigerian | narration | EC Stories | WORLD

A photo shared on Tuesday shows three men who survived an 11-day journey from Nigeria to spain sitting on the rudder blade of a large oil tanker. The image was released by Spain’s Maritime Rescue, which helped the three men after they arrived at the port of Las Palmas on the island of Gran Canaria. … Read more

Death of migrants in Melilla: “Facts unacceptable from the point of view of international law”

Published on : 30/11/2022 – 07:52 On the front page of the press, this Wednesday, November 30, the revelations of several European media, including the Spanish newspaper El Pais, on an attempt to cross the border between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla, which cost the life to at least 23 migrants. Concerns about … Read more