BREAKING: US Speaker Announces Formal Impeachment Inquiry Of Trump

  United States S House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the opening of a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, saying he had violated the constitution in seeking help from Ukraine to hurt Democratic opponent Joe Biden. “The actions of the Trump presidency revealed the dishonorable facts of the president’s betrayal of his oath of … Continue reading BREAKING: US Speaker Announces Formal Impeachment Inquiry Of Trump

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Tottenham Stunned By Fourth-Tier Colchester In League Cup

  Tottenham’s disappointing start to the season hit a new low as they suffered an embarrassing League Cup third-round defeat on penalties at fourth-tier Colchester on Tuesday. Mauricio Pochettino’s side were held to a 0-0 draw in normal time before losing 4-3 on penalties against opponents currently 10th in League Two. Christian Eriksen’s opening spot-kick … Continue reading Tottenham Stunned By Fourth-Tier Colchester In League Cup

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Estein’s Paris Flat Searched In French Probe

  French investigators searched disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein’s luxury Paris apartment on Tuesday, deepening a probe into allegations that the sex offender procured young women to abuse in France. Epstein, who was arrested in New York in July on charges of trafficking underage girls for sex, was found hanged in his New York jail … Continue reading Estein’s Paris Flat Searched In French Probe

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US Reps To Announce Trump’s Formal Impeachment Inquiry

  Top Democrat Nancy Pelosi will on Tuesday announce the start of a formal impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump  in the US House of Representatives, US media reported. Speaker Pelosi was to deliver a statement at 5:00 pm (2100 GMT) after consulting with party members demanding Trump’s impeachment over claims he pressured Ukraine’s leader to investigate his political rival … Continue reading US Reps To Announce Trump’s Formal Impeachment Inquiry

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Court Reserves Judgment On Ruling Which Nullifies Melaye’s Election

    The Court of Appeal in Abuja has reserved judgments in three separate appeals brought before it on the ruling of the National Assembly Election Petition Tribunal which sacked Senator Dino Melaye as the lawmaker representing Kogi West district. The three separate appeals were filed by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the Independent Electoral … Continue reading Court Reserves Judgment On Ruling Which Nullifies Melaye’s Election

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Court Reserves Judgment On Ruling Which Nullifies Melaye’s Election

    The Court of Appeal in Abuja has reserved judgments in three separate appeals brought before it on the ruling of the National Assembly Election Petition Tribunal which sacked Senator Dino Melaye as the lawmaker representing Kogi West district. The three separate appeals were filed by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the Independent Electoral … Continue reading Court Reserves Judgment On Ruling Which Nullifies Melaye’s Election

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Britain Repatriates 10 Per Cent Of Thomas Cook’s Customers

  Britain has repatriated ten percent of nationals who were stranded abroad after the collapse of travel firm Thomas Cook, authorities said Tuesday, as anger erupted over excessive management pay. The Civil Aviation Authority regulator, which is managing the UK’s biggest repatriation since World War II after Thomas Cook’s dramatic bankruptcy, said in a statement … Continue reading Britain Repatriates 10 Per Cent Of Thomas Cook’s Customers

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Pound Bounces After Supreme Court Ruling On UK Parliament Suspension

  Sterling won a boost Tuesday from Britain’s Supreme Court ruling “unlawful” the suspension of parliament, providing a spark of hope that Brexit will be more orderly than previously feared. The pound rallied against both the dollar and the euro as traders mulled the chance that Britain could now more easily avoid a no-deal departure … Continue reading Pound Bounces After Supreme Court Ruling On UK Parliament Suspension

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Boris Johnson Vows To Pursue Brexit Plan Despite Supreme Court Blow

  Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday vowed to press ahead with his plans for Brexit on October 31 despite a momentous Supreme Court ruling that found his decision to suspend parliament unlawful. The judgement dealt a huge blow to Johnson’s authority, coming after a series of defeats in parliament that have curbed his plans … Continue reading Boris Johnson Vows To Pursue Brexit Plan Despite Supreme Court Blow

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Reps To Investigate NGOs Funding

  The House of Representatives has resolved to investigate the activities and sources of funding of non-governmental organisations, for possible culpability in the unending spate of insurgency in the northeast. This was part of the resolutions reached when a matter of urgent public importance on increased funding for the nation’s security agencies was raised in … Continue reading Reps To Investigate NGOs Funding

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