FA Cup: Manchester United To Face Liverpool

  Manchester United will face Liverpool in the blockbuster tie of the FA Cup fourth round, while League Two Cheltenham host Manchester City. Liverpool and United will clash for two consecutive weekends with the top two also facing off in the Premier League on Sunday. National League North side Chorley’s reward for their victory over … Continue reading FA Cup: Manchester United To Face Liverpool

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More Than 2,000 People Apply To Rewrite Chile’s Constitution

  More than 2,000 hopefuls have applied for selection to the commission that will rewrite Chile’s dictatorship-era constitution, the top electoral body said Monday. Applicants have until midnight to register their interest, after which the Electoral Service will publish the official list. The 14 million eligible voters will then elect on April 11 the 155 … Continue reading More Than 2,000 People Apply To Rewrite Chile’s Constitution

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US Redesignating Cuba As State Sponsor Of Terrorism – Pompeo

  US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday he was placing Cuba back on a blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism, a last-minute roadblock to expected efforts by President-elect Joe Biden to ease tensions. The terror designation severely hampers investment by foreigners who will now risk US prosecution and can only be removed after … Continue reading US Redesignating Cuba As State Sponsor Of Terrorism – Pompeo

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Twitter’s ‘Problematic’ Trump Ban Troubles Europe

  Twitter’s decision to impose a permanent ban on US President Donald Trump’s account has sparked some consternation in Europe, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel calling it “problematic”. The move, prompted by fears of “further incitement of violence” after last week’s attack on the US Capitol building that was partly blamed on the US president, … Continue reading Twitter’s ‘Problematic’ Trump Ban Troubles Europe

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Adoke’s Alleged Money Laundering Trial Suffers Setback

  The trial of a former Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), Mohammed Adoke, over money laundering allegations has suffered a setback. Adoke and one other, Aliyu Abubakar, are being prosecuted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on charges bordering on money laundering. The duo were charged with 14 amended … Continue reading Adoke’s Alleged Money Laundering Trial Suffers Setback

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I’ve Never Regretted Joining Arsenal – Ozil

  Arsenal star Mesut Ozil says he does not regret moving to the North London side in spite of the recent controversies surrounding his stay at the Premier League team. “Of course – there have been many ups and downs so far, but all in all I’ve never regret my decision to join Arsenal,” the … Continue reading I’ve Never Regretted Joining Arsenal – Ozil

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VIDEO: Police Arrest 45 More Fun Seekers At Lagos Nightclub

  Police in Lagos have apprehended 45 fun seekers at a nightclub in the Maroko area of the Victoria Island axis of the state. Channels Television gathered that the fun seekers were arrested by the security operatives in the early hours of Monday.   Their arrest followed similar raids on the two nightclubs in Victoria … Continue reading VIDEO: Police Arrest 45 More Fun Seekers At Lagos Nightclub

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NIN Enrolment: The Struggles, Challenges At Registration Centres

  Workers of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) continued the enrolment exercise for the National Identity Number (NIN) on Monday after a two-day strike. In continuation of its coverage of the registration process in Lagos, Channels Television crew visited more than seven local governments. While the process may have been stalled, the challenges faced … Continue reading NIN Enrolment: The Struggles, Challenges At Registration Centres

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Canada Police Launch Criminal Probe Of COVID-19 Death

  Canada’s police said Monday they have launched an investigation into a pandemic death — a first in the country — after the victim’s family accused his employer of criminal negligence. Benito Quesada, a 51-year-old immigrant from Mexico, died in hospital in May last year, weeks after he and hundreds of co-workers at a Cargill … Continue reading Canada Police Launch Criminal Probe Of COVID-19 Death

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UPDATED: Nigerian Govt To Review Resumption Date For Schools, Says Education Minister

  The Nigerian government says it is currently reviewing the January 18 resumption date for schools across the country, following the rise in COVID-19 cases. The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, stated this on Monday at the resumed briefing of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 in Abuja, the nation’s capital. On his part, … Continue reading UPDATED: Nigerian Govt To Review Resumption Date For Schools, Says Education Minister

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