Nigerians are on the international news again. Operatives of the Italian Police Force known as Polizia di Stato have arrested no fewer than 15 Nigerians and members of the ‘Eiye’ … Continue Reading Italian police bust Nigerian cult gang, arrest 15
More details have emerged about the demise of Nigeria ’s first female combat pilot , Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile , who died at the Nigerian Air Force Base in Kaduna … Continue Reading First female combat helicopter pilot hit by ex-classmate’s car – NAF
The global coronavirus pandemic is accelerating, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, with the number of daily cases surging beyond 160,000 every day in the past week, a record.WHO chief … Continue Reading Over 160,000 coronavirus cases reported every day in past week ― WHO
Inter Milan are closing in on the signing of Real Madrid defender Achraf Hakimi, according to Sky in Italy.The two clubs have reached an agreement on a deal in principle … Continue Reading Achraf Hakimi: Inter Milan closing in £36.3m deal for Real Madrid defender
Passengers travelling to or from Italy by air will no longer be able to use the overhead baggage lockers in planes after the Italian Civil Aviation Authority decided they were … Continue Reading Italy bans use of overhead lockers on flights
Nigeria’s COVID-19 cases have exceeded 20,000 as the country recorded 436 new infections.The Nigeria Centre For Disease Control (NCDC) disclosed this in a tweet on Sunday night.It said “On the … Continue Reading Nigeria’s COVID-19 cases rise to 20,244
The coronavirus pandemic is now in a “new and dangerous phase”, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said Friday, with the disease accelerating at the same time as people tire of … Continue Reading Coronavirus pandemic ‘is accelerating’, warns WHO
Juventus and Milan will be the first two teams back in action after the coronavirus-enforced break, before Napoli take on Inter the following dayItalian football will return on June 12 … Continue Reading Italian football to return on June 12 with Coppa Italia semi-finals
Italy reopened its borders to European travellers on Wednesday as the country attempts to rescue its tourism industry. However there are fears in Italy that people may be put off … Continue Reading Italy reopens borders – but will tourists travel there?
Belgium: Preschool classes will resume from Tuesday. Lessons in primary schools will be able to resume from June 8 (possibly with a “trial” day on June 5). Netherlands: Restaurants, cafés … Continue Reading European countries lifting Coronavirus restrictions this week.
Italy’s top flight is due to resume from June 20, with the Coppa Italia to be finished in the week prior, but the Italian chief has voiced his concernBrescia owner … Continue Reading Brescia owner Cellino blasts ‘crazy’ decision to resume Serie A season
The world’s biggest tourist playground has been roped off since it became a coronavirus epicenter, but as summer looms Europe is desperate to lift restrictions to get visitors pumping much … Continue Reading EU plans to Reopen borders for Tourism
Pope Francis inaugurated the full reopening of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican on Monday and Catholic churches across Italy held public Masses for the first time in two months, … Continue Reading Vatican, Italy resume public church services as lockdown eases
The Ligue 1 side’s president has revealed that the second leg of a heavyweight last-16 encounter will take place towards the end of the summerLyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has revealed … Continue Reading Champions League clash between Lyon & Juventus confirmed for August 7 by Aulas
A recent warning of the French President Emanuel Macron that the external borders of the Schengen Area and the Associated Member states may remain closed until September has extinguished the … Continue Reading COVID-19 Test Results and Later on Vaccination Will Be Required for Schengen Visa Application
The Italian government has designated €400m (£358m) for food vouchers amid brewing social unrest as the country’s coronavirus lockdown takes its toll on the poor. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte made … Continue Reading Italy sets aside €400m for food vouchers as social unrest mounts