Euro 2020: Portugal Drawn With France, Germany

    Reigning European champions Portugal will come up against World Cup winners France and Germany in the standout group at Euro 2020 following Saturday’s draw for the tournament in Bucharest. Neither France nor Portugal were in Pot One for the 24-team competition being held in 12 cities across Europe, making them the teams to … Continue reading Euro 2020: Portugal Drawn With France, Germany

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Van Dijk’s Brace Help 10-Man Liverpool Beat Brighton

  A first-half brace from Virgil van Dijk lifted Liverpool 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League in a 2-1 win over Brighton that was filled with drama after the sending off of home goalkeeper Alisson. The Brazilian was dismissed on 76 minutes as he raced out of his area to handle … Continue reading Van Dijk’s Brace Help 10-Man Liverpool Beat Brighton

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Van Dijk’s Brace Help 10-Man Liverpool Beat Brighton

  A first-half brace from Virgil van Dijk lifted Liverpool 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League in a 2-1 win over Brighton that was filled with drama after the sending off of home goalkeeper Alisson. The Brazilian was dismissed on 76 minutes as he raced out of his area to handle … Continue reading Van Dijk’s Brace Help 10-Man Liverpool Beat Brighton

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BREAKING: West Ham Defeat Chelsea At Stamford Bridge

    Aaron Cresswell eased the pressure on Manuel Pellegrini as the West Ham defender fired his struggling side to a shock 1-0 win at Chelsea on Saturday. Pellegrini was reportedly given two games to save his job this week, but the Hammers boss might have earned much-needed breathing space with a first win in … Continue reading BREAKING: West Ham Defeat Chelsea At Stamford Bridge

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FG To Open Kara Axis Of Lagos-Ibadan Expressway On Sunday

    The Federal Government has announced plans to open the Kara Bridge of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway on Sunday. The Federal Controller of Works, Lagos, Mr Adedamola Kuti, confirmed this to Channels Television on Saturday. According to him, the road would be opened by 9am to ease the flow of traffic on the highway, especially … Continue reading FG To Open Kara Axis Of Lagos-Ibadan Expressway On Sunday

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Fragment Of Jesus’ Manger Arrives In Bethlehem From Europe

    A wooden fragment believed to be from the manger of Jesus arrived in his birthplace of Bethlehem on Saturday amid great ceremony after more than 1,300 years in Europe. A Palestinian scout band playing bagpipes, drums and saxophones accompanied the relic as it arrived in Manger Square, an AFP reporter said. Housed in … Continue reading Fragment Of Jesus’ Manger Arrives In Bethlehem From Europe

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Albania Quake: Four Children, Family Members Buried As Search Ends

    The search for survivors of a deadly Albanian earthquake was called off on Saturday as eight family members, including four children, killed in the port of Durres were laid to rest. The 6.4 magnitude quake that hit the Balkan country before dawn on Tuesday was the most deadly and destructive in decades. The … Continue reading Albania Quake: Four Children, Family Members Buried As Search Ends

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Real Madrid Go Top After Alaves Win

  Sergio Ramos scored a goal and conceded a penalty as Real Madrid battled past Alaves on Saturday to go top of La Liga before Sunday’s game between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.  Barca and Atletico face off at the Wanda Metropolitano and Madrid did all they could to take advantage, with Dani Carvajal the unlikely … Continue reading Real Madrid Go Top After Alaves Win

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Iraqis Keep Up Anti-Govt Protests Despite PM’s Vow To Resign

    Iraqis kept up anti-government protests in Baghdad and the south on Saturday, dissatisfied with the premier’s vow to quit and insisting on the overhaul of a system they say is corrupt and under the sway of foreign powers. Protesters have hit the streets since early October in the largest grassroots movement Iraq has … Continue reading Iraqis Keep Up Anti-Govt Protests Despite PM’s Vow To Resign

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Crowd Lynches Two Suspected Militants As UN Envoy Visits DRC

    A crowd in eastern DR Congo on Saturday lynched two people they suspected of being members of a militia blamed for the killing of more than 100 civilians over the past month, an AFP journalist said. The killings came on the same day that the United Nations peacekeeping chief arrived in eastern DR … Continue reading Crowd Lynches Two Suspected Militants As UN Envoy Visits DRC

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