Quadri Adejumo

Quadri Adejumo is a reporter, sports column writer, opinion and profile writer. He tweets via @quadri_flash and has an Instagram handle of @quadri_flash.

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  • Erdogan Says No Progress On Sweden, Finland NATO Bids

    3 hours ago

    Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared there is no progress on the NATO bids of Sweden and Finland. The Turkish president reiterated that Turkey expects tangible initiatives and binding commitments from the Nordic countries...

  • G-7 To Raise $600 Billion To Rival China's Belt, Road Project

    3 hours ago

    The Group of Seven countries plans to raise $600 billion for an infrastructure program to rival China's Belt and Road Initiative. The White House said on Sunday that the United States aims to raise $200 billion in private and public ...

  • G7 Nations To Announce Ban On Russian Gold Import

    20 hours ago

    The United States has said the Group of Seven (G7) nations will ban the import of Russian gold. This is with the aim of tightening sanctions screws on Russia, which on Sunday carried out missile strikes on Ukraine’s capital Kyiv. ...

  • Sri Lanka Hikes Fuel Prices As Country Battles Economy Drop

    20 hours ago

    Sri Lanka has raised its fuel prices as officials from the US arrived for talks in an effort to support the country amid its economic crisis. The move of the high price comes a day after the energy minister Kanchana Wijesekera said there...

  • At Least 22 Found Dead In South African Nightclub

    21 hours ago

    At least 22 people have been found dead at a nightclub in South Africa’s city of East London on Sunday. Police have launched investigation into the deaths of the 22 patrons found inside the nightclub, provincial health officials ha...

  • Iran, EU Say Nuclear Talks To Resume

    1 day ago

    The European Union (EU) and Iran agreed on Saturday to resume negotiations in the coming days over reviving the 2015 nuclear pact. The Iranian foreign minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said on Saturday; "We are prepared to resume tal...

  • China Records Zero COVID-19 Case For First Time Since March

    1 day ago

    China has reported zero new COVID-19 infections for the first time since March. The country is the last major economy committed to a zero-COVID strategy, with restrictions aimed at stamping out all infections including lockdowns, mass te...

  • Tunisian Police Detains Ex-Prime Minister

    1 day ago

    The Tunisian Police raided an industrial facility in the city of Sousse and detained ex-Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali. According to a report by the Daily Sabah on Saturday, the police seized the phones of Jeabli and his wife, who was with...

  • Tsunami To Hit Arab, Mediterranean Cities By 2030 - UNESCO

    1 day ago

    The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has warned that communities in the Arab and Mediterranean are at risk of a tsunami by 2030. The Daily Sabah on Saturday reports that the organisation confirmed...

  • Morocco Says 18 Migrants Died In Mass Crossing Into Spain

    2 days ago

    Morocco said 18 migrants died trying to cross into Spain's North African enclave of Melilla on Friday. This is after a violent two-hour clash between migrants and border officers that also led to scores of injuries. It claimed abo...

  • Sweden Ends Probe Against Terrorist Groups

    2 days ago

    Swedish authorities have ended their probe into social media posts showing photos of the YPG/PKK terrorist group's flag and its imprisoned leader that were projected on public buildings in the country. The Daily Sabah on Friday repor...

  • US Supreme Court Overturns Abortion Constitutional Rights

    2 days ago

    The U.S. Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion. The ruling took place on Friday, more than a month after the leak of a draft opinion by Justice Samuel Alito indicating the court was prepared to take this mo...

  • US Welcomes Turkey’s Efforts To Broker Ukraine Grain Deal

    2 days ago

    The United States has welcomed Turkey’s involvement in brokering an agreement to get grain that has been trapped at Ukrainian ports amid the Russian invasion. The Daily Sabah on Friday reports White House National Securit...

  • UN Reports Say Israeli Gunshots Killed Al-Jazeera Journalist

    2 days ago

    United Nations findings show that Israeli forces fired the bullets that killed Al-Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh in May. U.N. Human Rights office spokesperson, Ravina Shamdasani said on Friday; "All information we have gathered ...

  • Turkey: Suspect Confesses To Arson In Connection To Wildfire

    3 days ago

    Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu said late Thursday that a suspect in connection with wildfire confessed to starting the blaze the firefighters are still battling in southwestern Turkey. Soylu said one suspect had been detai...