Macron Condemns ‘Military Coup’ In Burkina Faso

  French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday condemned what he called a “military coup” in Burkina Faso, a day after soldiers said they had seized power in the West African country. Macron said that France was “clearly, as always” in agreement with the Economic Community of West African States “in condemning this military coup”.

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Suspected Bandits Attack Taraba Community, Blow Up Church

  Explosives suspected to have been planted by bandits have exploded at the St. John’s Catholic Church in Mutum Biyu, the headquarters of Gassol Local Government Area of Taraba State. This is coming barely 24 hours after suspected terrorists killed three persons in Wuro Bokki Community in the same local government area. Confirmed the incident … Continue reading Suspected Bandits Attack Taraba Community, Blow Up Church

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Yemen Rebels Lose Key District After Missile Attack On UAE

    Yemen’s Huthi rebels were driven out of a key district by the United Arab Emirates-trained Giants Brigade, the militia said Tuesday, a day after the insurgents’ latest missile attack on Abu Dhabi. The Iran-backed Huthis lost Harib district south of Marib, the strategically vital northern city they have been fighting to topple for … Continue reading Yemen Rebels Lose Key District After Missile Attack On UAE

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Joshua Denies £15m Pay-Off To Step Aside For Fury-Osyk

  Anthony Joshua said Monday “I’m in control of my own destiny” as he insisted reports he had agreed a £15 million ($20 million, 18 million euros) deal step aside from his world heavyweight title re-match with Oleksandr Usyk were false. Several stories in the UK national press suggested that Joshua was willing to allow … Continue reading Joshua Denies £15m Pay-Off To Step Aside For Fury-Osyk

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Istanbul Airport Stays Shut As Snow Pummels Mediterranean

    Europe’s busiest airport in Istanbul delayed its reopening on Tuesday and Greece declared a public holiday as the eastern Mediterranean neighbours began digging themselves out of a rare snowstorm that ground their capitals to a halt. Turkish officials ordered all private vehicles off the snow-clogged streets of Istanbul while the Greek military joined … Continue reading Istanbul Airport Stays Shut As Snow Pummels Mediterranean

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Kano Govt Revokes Licences Of Private Schools

The Kano State government on Monday revoked the certificate of all private schools in the state, with educational institutions requiring revalidating their certification before continuing with operations.

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FG Suspended Fuel Subsidy Removal Because Of 2023 Elections, Says Akpata

   President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Olumide Akpata, says the decision to postpone the removal of fuel subsidy is not far from the forthcoming general elections. He stated this on Monday during his appearance on Channels Television’s Politics Today, hours after the government said it would postpone the removal of fuel subsidy … Continue reading FG Suspended Fuel Subsidy Removal Because Of 2023 Elections, Says Akpata

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Unilever Cuts Jobs After Failed Takeover

    Unilever on Tuesday announced plans to cut around 1,500 management jobs worldwide under a major restructure of the British consumer goods giant. The announcement comes after the maker of Magnum ice cream and Dove soap failed with a £50-billion takeover bid for the consumer health care unit owned by pharmaceutical groups GlaxoSmithKline and … Continue reading Unilever Cuts Jobs After Failed Takeover

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Hanifa Abubakar: Ganduje Vows To Sign Death Sentence Without Delay

  Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has vowed to sign the death sentence without further delay if given by the court where the suspected killer of Hanifa Abubakar is facing trial. Hanifa was until her death, a five-year-old pupil of Noble Kids Comprehensive College – a school located in Kwanar ‘Yan Gana in Tudun Murtala … Continue reading Hanifa Abubakar: Ganduje Vows To Sign Death Sentence Without Delay

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Military Announces Takeover On Live TV In Burkina Faso, Suspends Constitution

  Soldiers in Burkina Faso on Monday announced on state television that they have seized power in the West African country following a mutiny over the civilian president’s failure to contain an Islamist insurgency. A junior officer announced the suspension of the constitution, the dissolution of the government and parliament, and the closure of the country’s borders from … Continue reading Military Announces Takeover On Live TV In Burkina Faso, Suspends Constitution

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