Trump, US Race Violence Leave Trudeau At Loss For Words

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared at a loss for words Tuesday, pausing for 20 seconds when pressed for his thoughts on US President Donald Trump's threat of military mobilization against violent US protests.

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Senegal Arrests 70 Over Violent Protests Against COVID-19 Curfew

  Senegalese police arrested more than 70 people on Wednesday after protests tinged by violence broke out in several cities across the West African country demanding a nighttime coronavirus curfew be lifted. The protests over the 9:00 pm and 5:00am curfew started on Tuesday and continued into the night, their severity prompting an appeal for … Continue reading Senegal Arrests 70 Over Violent Protests Against COVID-19 Curfew

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 Edo, Ondo Elections: Falana Calls For Maximum Security To Douse Tensions

  Human Rights lawyer and Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Mr Femi Falana, has called for maximum security in Edo and Ondo states. Falana made this call on Wednesday during the Citizens’ Townhall on Voting Amidst COVID-19 ahead of the September 19 governorship elections in the two states. He noted that the move is necessary … Continue reading  Edo, Ondo Elections: Falana Calls For Maximum Security To Douse Tensions

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Charges Filed Against All Four Police Officers Involved In George Floyd’s Killing

Three Minneapolis policemen were charged Wednesday for their role in the killing of a handcuffed black man that ignited nationwide protests, while more serious charges were filed against the officer primarily responsible.

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US Suspends Flights By Chinese Airlines In New Spat With Beijing

Washington on Wednesday ordered the suspension of all flights by Chinese airlines into and out of the United States after Beijing failed to allow American carriers to resume services to China.

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#JusticeForUwa: New Edo CP Condoles With Family, Vows To Arrest Culprits

The new Commissioner of Police in Edo State, Johnson Kokumo has promised that efforts would not be spared in ensuring that the culprits involved in the circumstances that led to Uwaila Omozuwa's death are apprehended and made to face the law.

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I Don’t Think INEC Should Provide Face Masks To All Voters – Professor Of Pol Science

A professor of political science, Adele Jinadu, has said that it is not feasible for the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to provide face masks for all the voters in the upcoming Edo and Ondo state governorship elections.

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Edo Ready For Governorship Election Despite COVID-19, Says Obaseki

  Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, says the state is ready for the governorship election despite the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. The governor made this known on Wednesday during the Citizens’ Townhall on Voting Amidst COVID-19 which aired on Channels Television. According to him, the state government is determined to manage the current 336 … Continue reading Edo Ready For Governorship Election Despite COVID-19, Says Obaseki

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20 More COVID-19 Patients Recover In Lagos

Twenty more COVID-19 patients have recovered in Lagos State.

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Reps Will Continue To Engage NLC For Improved Workers’ Welfare – Gbajabiamila

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has given an assurance that the House will continue to engage the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to improve the welfare of Nigerian workers.

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