Kaduna Attack: Victims Ask Govt To Rebuild Their Homes

  The victims of gunmen attack at Nandu Gbok community in Kaduna State have appealed to the State Government to help them rebuild their homes. They made the plea after the attackers invaded their community on Saturday in Sanga Local Government area of the state. The attack has displaced several residents from their homes, as … Continue reading Kaduna Attack: Victims Ask Govt To Rebuild Their Homes

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Suarez Suffers Badly Sprained Ankle – Valverde

  Luis Suarez suffered a “bad sprain” to his right ankle during Barcelona’s win over Real Betis on Sunday, coach Ernesto Valverde confirmed. Suarez was taken off for Philippe Coutinho in the 89th minute of the 4-1 victory, in which he scored one goal and set up the second of a Lionel Messi hat-trick. “He … Continue reading Suarez Suffers Badly Sprained Ankle – Valverde

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Onnoghen Present For Trial At CCT After Health Issues

  The suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Onnoghen, is present for his trial at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), after attending to his health issues. Justice Onnoghen’s trial was adjourned last week following his absence on health grounds. His counsel, Adeboyega Awomolo, had tendered a letter from the CJN, explaining that he … Continue reading Onnoghen Present For Trial At CCT After Health Issues

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Fantastic Messi Hat-Trick Blows Away Betis

  Even the Real Betis fans were applauding by the end as Lionel Messi scored another spectacular hat-trick to fire Barcelona to a 4-1 victory on Sunday and leave them with one hand on the La Liga trophy. Messi’s treble, his second in a month in Seville, fourth of the season and 51st of his … Continue reading Fantastic Messi Hat-Trick Blows Away Betis

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Convicted French Cardinal Barbarin To Resign

  French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, who received a six-month suspended jail sentence for failing to report sex abuse by a priest under his authority, is to meet Pope Francis at the Vatican to tender his resignation on Monday. The private meeting is expected to take place around 0900 GMT, according to his diocese, with the … Continue reading Convicted French Cardinal Barbarin To Resign

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No Certificate Of Return For Okorocha, INEC Insists

  The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has insisted that it would not present a certificate of return to Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha. INEC’s National Commissioner, Information and Voter Education, Mr Festus Okoye, said this during his appearance on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Monday. He explained that the electoral body took the decision because … Continue reading No Certificate Of Return For Okorocha, INEC Insists

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Indonesia Flood: Baby, Father Reunite Amidst Increasing Death Toll

  A baby trapped under rubble after flash flooding destroyed his home in Indonesia has been reunited with his father after the disaster killed the rest of their family, officials said Monday, as the death toll hit 77. The five-month-old was plucked Sunday from debris inside a house where his mother and siblings were found … Continue reading Indonesia Flood: Baby, Father Reunite Amidst Increasing Death Toll

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New Zealand Pledges Gun Control As Mosque ‘Gunman’ Sacks Lawyer

  New Zealand will tighten gun laws in the wake of its worst modern-day massacre, the government said Monday, as it emerged that the white supremacist accused of carrying out the killings at two mosques will represent himself in court. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said her coalition was unified on the need to reduce the … Continue reading New Zealand Pledges Gun Control As Mosque ‘Gunman’ Sacks Lawyer

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Four Children Die In Bayelsa After Inhaling Generator Fume

Four children have lost their lives after inhaling poisonous carbon-monoxide fume expelled from a generator that powered their house. The incident was said to have occurred on Saturday at Aghoro II community in Ekeremor Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. The kids – Lucky, Ebitimi, Ruth London, and their cousin Ebi Binasoudei, had just finished … Continue reading Four Children Die In Bayelsa After Inhaling Generator Fume

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Dutch Military Police Boost Security At Airports, Key Buildings

  The Netherlands has boosted security at airports and other key buildings after a shooting on a tram on Monday in which one person was killed and several wounded, Dutch military police said. “In connection with the situation in Utrecht, the Royal Military Police is on high alert at the airports and at other vital … Continue reading Dutch Military Police Boost Security At Airports, Key Buildings

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