Al Ahly Punish Kaizer Chiefs To Win CAF Champions League For 10th Time

  Egyptian club Al Ahly won a record-extending 10th CAF Champions League title on Saturday with a 3-0 final victory over 10-man South African rivals Kaizer Chiefs in Casablanca. Mohamed Sherif scored his sixth goal of the competition after 53 minutes to put the Cairo Red Devils ahead at an empty Stade Mohammed V because … Continue reading Al Ahly Punish Kaizer Chiefs To Win CAF Champions League For 10th Time

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Major Oil Producers Seeking Output Boost To Meet On Sunday

    Major oil producers seeking to boost output will meet on Sunday, OPEC said, after negotiations earlier this month became deadlocked over plans to gradually ease production cuts. The OPEC+ grouping, which includes Saudi Arabia and Russia, will meet via videoconference at 1000 GMT on Sunday, the Vienna-based OPEC Secretariat said in a statement. … Continue reading Major Oil Producers Seeking Output Boost To Meet On Sunday

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Verstappen Wins First Sprint Race To Claim British Grand Prix Pole

  World championship leader Max Verstappen won Formula One’s inaugural sprint race on Saturday to take pole position for the British Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver finished the 100km dash ahead of defending world champion Lewis Hamilton with Valtteri Bottas in the second Mercedes in third place. Verstappen went into the weekend with a … Continue reading Verstappen Wins First Sprint Race To Claim British Grand Prix Pole

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Merkel To Visit Flood-Ravaged Western Germany 

  Chancellor Angela Merkel will visit flood-ravaged western Germany on Sunday, where the worst rainfall in living memory has caused huge destruction and left more than 130 people dead, regional officials said. Merkel will travel to the hard-hit town of Schuld in Rhineland-Palatinate state, a spokeswoman for the regional interior ministry told AFP on Saturday, confirming earlier media … Continue reading Merkel To Visit Flood-Ravaged Western Germany 

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‘I Am Still In The Race,’ PDP Candidate Reacts To Exclusion From INEC List

  Candidate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party’s (PDP) in the Anambra Election, Valentine Ozigbo has announced that he is still in the governorship race. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) earlier in the list of candidates for the November 6 election and published on Friday, dropped Ozigbo’s name. INEC national commissioner and the chairman of … Continue reading ‘I Am Still In The Race,’ PDP Candidate Reacts To Exclusion From INEC List

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Europe Reels From Worst Floods In Years As Death Toll Nears 130

    Devastating floods have torn through entire villages and killed at least 128 people in Europe, most of them in western Germany where stunned emergency services were still combing the wreckage on Friday. Unsuspecting residents were caught completely off guard by the torrent dubbed the “flood of death” by German newspaper Bild. Streets and … Continue reading Europe Reels From Worst Floods In Years As Death Toll Nears 130

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CBN Restricts Sugar Importation To Dangote, Flour Mills And BUA

  The Central Bank of Nigeria on Friday limited the importation of sugar into the country to three companies: Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc, BUA Sugar Refinery Limited, and Golden Sugar Company, which is owned by Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc. According to the CBN, in a statement signed by its director of trade and exchange … Continue reading CBN Restricts Sugar Importation To Dangote, Flour Mills And BUA

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Man Sentenced To Death For Killing His Boss’s Wife

  A 37-year-old man, Adeyemi Morenikeji, has been sentenced to death after he was found guilty of killing one Mrs Racheal Ayanwale, his boss’s wife. The accused Adeyemi Morenikeji was a former truck driver for the husband of the deceased. In his confession when he was paraded at the Police headquarters of Eleyele Ibadan in … Continue reading Man Sentenced To Death For Killing His Boss’s Wife

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‘Hollywood Ripper’ Sentenced To Death

    A man known as the “Hollywood Ripper” was sentenced to death Friday for the gruesome killings of two women in their homes in the early 2000s. Michael Gargiulo, 45, was convicted in 2019 of two counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder. Among his victims was 22-year-old Ashley Ellerin, who … Continue reading ‘Hollywood Ripper’ Sentenced To Death

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Biden Says Social Media Misinformation On COVID-19 ‘Killing People’

  President Joe Biden said on Friday that social media misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccinations is “killing people” and the White House said Facebook needs to clean up its act. “They’re killing people. The only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated. And they’re killing people,” Biden told reporters at the White House, as he … Continue reading Biden Says Social Media Misinformation On COVID-19 ‘Killing People’

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