Quadri Adejumo

Quadri Adejumo is a reporter and a column writer. He covers news on World, Diaspora and Health.

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  • Southwester Hits Istanbul Again, Ferry Services Cancelled

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    Turkey’s Marmara region has been hit again by a southwester on Thursday morning, resulting in cancellations of many ferry services. Due to the unfavourable weather conditions, the Marmara Region of the General Directorate of Meteor...

  • Israel-Palestine: Israeli Airstrikes Hit Gaza Strip

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    The Israeli-Palestinian tensions escalated further after Israel launched multiple airstrikes on the Gaza Strip on Thursday. Palestinian armed groups also replied by firing rockets in the latest bout of unrest in the region. The attacks c...

  • Finland, Sweden To Discuss NATO Bid Following Turkey’s Refusal

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    The Prime Ministers of Sweden and Finland are scheduled to meet on Thursday to discuss their stalled NATO process. This comes after the recent tensions between Sweden and Turkey, which made Finland consider entering the bloc separately. ...

  • Erdoğan Vows Not To Allow Sweden Into NATO After Burning Quran

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    President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey reiterated his criticism of Sweden on Wednesday following the desecration of Islam's holy book – the Quran. He vowed his country not to allow Sweden into NATO as long as it tolerated su...

  • Europe Records Ease In Inflation In January

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    Inflation in Europe dipped in January, giving relief to consumers. The consumer price index for the 20 countries that use the euro currency reached 8.5% in January compared with a year earlier, European Union statistics agency Eurostat s...

  • Turkey Elections: Erdoğan Blasts Oppositions, Says They Lack Vision

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    Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has hit out at opposition parties for lacking vision amid the anticipated coming elections. “They worked hard to issue this joint policy text but I feel sorry for those who cling their...

  • Myanmar Marks Second Anniversary Since Military Coup

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    Myanmar on Wednesday marked two years since the military coup with a nationwide "silent strike". The overthrow of the elected government of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi in 2021 derailed a decade of reform, international enga...

  • Half A Million Workers Protest In UK’s Biggest Strike

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    Up to half a million British workers, including teachers, university staff, civil servants, border officials and train and bus drivers, protested in the largest industrial action in the United Kingdom has seen in more than a decade. This...

  • Turkey Supporting NATO’s Enlargement Amid Finland-Sweden Bid

    2 days ago

    Turkey’s Presidential Spokesperson Ibrahim Kalın has declared that the country supports NATO enlargement in principle. Speaking on Tuesday, Kalın said; "We've told them that there are necessary steps to be taken. &quo...

  • Industrial Strike Hits France Over Macron’s Pensions Plan

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    Transport, schools and the energy sector were hit by industrial action on Tuesday in France. Local buses, trains and trams in cities from Paris to Nice, as well as regional and high-speed trains across the country, were also disrupted. ...

  • Death Toll Of Pakistan Suicide Bombing Rises To 89

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    The death toll from the mosque suicide bombing inside the Peshawar police headquarters in Pakistan has climbed to 89, officials said on Tuesday. Ayaz Khan, a spokesperson for the local police revealed; "At least 89 people lost their...

  • Azerbaijan Issues Iran Travel Warning Following Embassy Attack

    2 days ago

    Azerbaijan on Tuesday issued a travel warning for its citizens planning to visit Iran amid the recent attack on its embassy in Tehran, Iran. This comes as a gunman on Friday attacked the Azerbaijani Embassy in Tehran and opened fire, kil...

  • Turkey: 241 Detained In Anti-drug Operations

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    Turkey's Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu on Tuesday said that 241 suspects were taken into custody during the counternarcotics operations in four provinces. Soylu noted that ''Rooting Out'' operations were carri...

  • Turkey Condemns Pakistan Mosque Attack

    3 days ago

    Turkey has condemned the act of terrorism on the Pakistan mosque after 34 people were killed while 150 others were injured in the suicide bomb attack on the mosque in Pakistan's Peshawar on Monday. Turkey’s Foreign Ministry sai...

  • Antony Blinken Pleads Israel, Palestine To De-Escalate Tensions

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    U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has urged Israelis and Palestinians not to escalate tensions amid the recent surge of violence between both countries. Blinken made the development as he arrived in Tel Aviv on Monday to meet with P...