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  • nouSpargere: Senate orders IG to restore Obiano’s security aides
    The Nigerian senate on Wednesday ordered the Inspector General of Police, Dl. Ibrahim Idris to restore the security aides of Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra state.The post Breaking: Senate orders IG to restore Obiano’s security aides appeared fi
    - 24 minute în urmă 15 Nov 17, 12:03p.m -
  • nouMugabe: Liberation hero turned despot
    Zimbabwe's veteran leader Robert Mugabe once quipped that he'd rule his country until he turned 100.The post Mugabe: Liberation hero turned despot appeared first on Vanguard News.
    - 43 minute în urmă 15 Nov 17, 11:44a.m -
  • nouEU concerned by Zimbabwe crisis, urges ‘peaceful resolution’
    EU concerned by Zimbabwe crisis, urges 'peaceful resolution'Zimbabwe's military was in control of the country on Wednesday as President Robert Mugabe said he was under house arrest, although generals denied staging a coup.The post EU concerned by Z
    - 46 minute în urmă 15 Nov 17, 11:41a.m -
  • Nigeria’s inflation drops to 15.91 % in October–NBS

    - 1 acum o ora 15 Nov 17, 11:17a.m -
  • Buhari calls for calm, respect for constitution in Zimbabwe
    President Muhammadu Buhari has called for calm, peace and respect for the constitution in Zimbabwe.The post Buhari calls for calm, respect for constitution in Zimbabwe appeared first on Vanguard News.
    - 1 acum o ora 15 Nov 17, 11:16a.m -
  • Mugabe confined to home but fine – Zuma
    President Jacob Zuma of South Africa spoke to Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday, and Mugabe told Zuma that he was confined to his home but that he was fine.The post Mugabe confined to home but fine – Zuma appeared first on Vanguard N
    - 1 acum o ora 15 Nov 17, 11:13a.m -
  • Man, 62, jailed 5 years over possession of hard drugs
    A Federal High Court sitting in Jos on Wednesday sentenced a 62-year-old man, Hycinth Njoku, to five years imprisonment for unlawful possession of hard drugs.The post Man, 62, jailed 5 years over possession of hard drugs appeared first on Vanguard
    - 1 acum o ora 15 Nov 17, 11:00a.m -
  • Buhari to Igbo: My appointments based on merit, tract record
    President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday night in Abakikili explained that many appointments in his administration were done purely on merit and proven track records.The post Buhari to Igbo: My appointments based on merit, tract record appeared first o
    - 1 acum o ora 15 Nov 17, 10:58a.m -
  • Zimbabwe military chief’s visit was normal visit – China
    China said on Wednesday that Zimbabwe military chief Gen. Constantino Chiwenga’s visit to China on Friday was a normal military visit, after the southern African nation’s military said it had seized power.The post Zimbabwe military chief’s vis
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:56a.m -
  • Zimbabwe Army detains finance minister: Govt source
    Zimbabwe’s military detained Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo on Wednesday after seizing power in an attempt to root out “criminals” around President Robert Mugabe, a government source said.The post Zimbabwe Army detains finance minister: Govt
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:54a.m -
  • Kaduna govt. reviews Agric Investment Plan to attract investors
    Kaduna State Agriculture Core Delivery Team (CDT) is reviewing the State Agricultural Investment Plan to attract local and direct foreign investment to the sector.The post Kaduna govt. reviews Agric Investment Plan to attract investors appeared firs
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:52a.m -
  • NGO lauds Anyanwu-Akeredolu for life-transforming programmes in Ondo State
    The founder of Forum for Emerging Leaders (FELs), un ONG, Mr Blessing Akinlosotu, has commended the Wife of the Ondo State Governor, Mrs Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu for embarking on life-transforming programmes in the state.The post NGO lauds Anyanwu-Ak
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:48a.m -
  • Barman docked over alleged misappropriation of N392,750
    The Police have arraigned a 26-year-old barman, Williams Gabriel, before a Masaka Upper Area Court, Nasarawa State, for alleged criminal misappropriation of N392,750.The post Barman docked over alleged misappropriation of N392,750 appeared first on
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:47a.m -
  • Zuma says Zimbabwe takeover should not lead to unconstitutional govt
    President Jacob Zuma of South Africa expressed hope on Wednesday that there would not be unconstitutional changes of government in Zimbabwe after the military seized power in Harare.The post Zuma says Zimbabwe takeover should not lead to unconstitut
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:44a.m -
  • Kenyan apex court orders commission to grant opposition access to poll returns
    The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the Kenyan Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to give access to election returns to parties challenging President Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory in the October presidential election.The post Kenyan ape
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:43a.m -
  • Cultist jailed 3 years in Jos
    A Jos Upper Area Court sitting at Kasuwan Nama on Wednesday sentenced a 38-year-old man, Idris Umar, to three years imprisonment for cultism.The post Cultist jailed 3 years in Jos appeared first on Vanguard News.
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:42a.m -
  • 5.4-magnitude earthquake hits south-east South Korea
    A powerful earthquake struck the South Korean city of Pohang on Wednesday, with local media reporting that resulting tremors were felt hundreds of kilometres away in Seoul.The post 5.4-magnitude earthquake hits south-east South Korea appeared first
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:41a.m -
  • Cambodia’s former opposition leader announces return to politics
    Former Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy on Wednesday announced his return to politics after having resigned as head of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) earlier this year.The post Cambodia’s former opposition leader announces return
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:41a.m -
  • ILO urges stronger global collaboration to eradicate child labour by 2025
    The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has called for stronger global collaboration among stakeholders to ensure total eradication of child labour by 2025.The post ILO urges stronger global collaboration to eradicate child labour by 2025 appea
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:38a.m -
  • Video: TB Joshua’s prophesy on Mugabe’s death by Military?
    This video showing Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua predicting impending military intervention in the government of a Southern African country has been circulating like wildfire on social media in Zimbabwe.The post Video: TB Joshua’s prophesy on Mugab
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:37a.m -

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  • nouPICTURED: California gunman Kevin Janson Neal, 43
    The gunman opened fire on Bobcat Lane at 7.52am, injuring neighbors before fleeing in a stolen truck to head towards Rancho Tehama Elementary School around 1.9 mile distanță.
    - 4 minute în urmă 15 Nov 17, 12:23p.m -
  • nouMigration report builds pressure for new housing
    A new report from Migration Watch said it was 'false and misleading' for Sajid Javid (ilustrat) to say two-thirds of housing demand has 'nothing to do with immigration'.
    - 43 minute în urmă 15 Nov 17, 11:44a.m -
  • nouThe pinta you can drink with a milk intolerance
    A new study supported by British experts found the intolerance to cow’s milk may actually be triggered by a protein, rather than lactose. A Shropshire herd is producing milk without the suspect protein.
    - 58 minute în urmă 15 Nov 17, 11:29a.m -
  • France to set legal minimum age of consent for first time
    Activists argue the age of consent should be 15. They waved placards that read 'for him impunity, for her a life sentence' in reference to a man recently being cleared of raping an 11-year-old.
    - 1 acum o ora 15 Nov 17, 11:24a.m -
  • Matthew Sheehan attacked by Raymond Anthony Burrell dies
    Matthew Sheehan was 34 when he was pulled into the street in Adamsdown, Cardiff, by 15-stone Raymond Anthony Burrell who punched, kicked and stamped on him.
    - 1 acum o ora 15 Nov 17, 11:11a.m -
  • British explorer Benedict Allen missing in PNG jungle
    Fears are growing for explorer Benedict Allen (ilustrat), 57, from Bristol, was dropped by helicopter into the remote jungles of Papua New Guinea three weeks ago but has not been heard of since.
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:51a.m -
  • Mother claims son was sent home for 'extreme' braids
    Trisha Jukes, 34, says her son Jordan Waterfield (ilustrat) was first sent to isolation before teachers ordered him to leave RSA Academy in Tipton, West Midlands.
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:35a.m -
  • Inside the unusual wedding reception of Charles Bronson
    Katie Price's ex Alex Reid (left) and a Charles Bronson impersonator were among the dozens of guests to attend the famous prisoner's unusual jailhouse wedding at HMP Wakefield.
    - 2 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:34a.m -
  • Woman horrifically burned by plug-in perfumed oil diffuser
    Emily Smith, from London, suffered chemical burns from a device which was spreading the aromas of patchouli oil and others around her house, as she stayed in on Bonfire Night with her injured fiance.
    - 4 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:23a.m -
  • Goodwin Smith shoe advert is ruled 'degrading' to women
    Watchdogs ruled that the multimedia adverts for Goodwin Smith Shoes - accompanied by an image of three models wearing just knickers - ‘objectified’ women.
    - 4 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:23a.m -
  • London police smash car window to haul 55 bags of cannabis
    This the moment a police officer smashed an abandoned car's window to pull out 55 bags of cannabis in Poplar, East London, before inviting the drug dealer to contact them about the damage.
    - 4 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:23a.m -
  • Cameron aide: I am not the Downing Street groper
    Speculation grew yesterday after Daisy Goodwin said a man who had worked under David Cameron had touched her breast. The former prime minister yesterday expressed his 'alarm'.
    - 4 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:22a.m -
  • 50-year-old murder case sparked by Facebook picture
    David Dearlove, 71, always maintained that Paul Booth, 19 months, died as the result of an accidental fall from his bed in Stockton-on-Tees in 1968 - but Paul's brother claims otherwise.
    - 4 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:20a.m -
  • Developers swallow up more UK beauty spots
    Despite having the highest level of protection, a loophole in planning law means councils in Britain have to let developers build new homes in beauty spots.
    - 4 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:20a.m -
  • Russia has hacked Britain's national grid
    National Cyber Security Centre chief Ciaran Martin (ilustrat) will confirm in a speech today the assault on major power companies ordered by the Kremlin.
    - 4 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:18a.m -
  • QUENTIN LETTS sees Remainers and Brexiteers clash
    Chests were puffed, order papers waved, sneers smeared across superior chops: Our parliamentary betters (that’s how they see themselves) started the first of several days of scrutiny of the EU Bill.
    - 4 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:15a.m -
  • Father loses court battle to enter hospital treating child
    Lanre Haastrup, pictured with his partner Takesha Thomas, failed to overturn a ban imposed by Kings College Hospital in London over allegations he was 'verbally abusive' and 'physically aggressive'.
    - 4 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:13a.m -
  • Fury as Tory rebels side with Labour on Brexit Bill
    As the EU Withdrawal Bill began its detailed scrutiny in the Commons, the rebel group said they were ready to inflict a series of damaging defeats on the Government.
    - 5 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 7:53a.m -
  • Kim Jong-un looks delighted as he rides a tractor
    Kim Jong-un paused on his nuclear weapons programme to take a ride on a tractor in one of his agricultural factories. The North Korean dictator appeared delighted as he got behind the wheel.
    - 10 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 2:49a.m -
  • The 455 peers who claim £22,000 in expenses each
    The Electoral Reform Society dubbed 33 of them 'couch potato peers' for taking part in less than a quarter of votes and yet claiming £462,510 in expenses – an average of £14,015 each.
    - 10 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 2:20a.m -
  • How Russia's spewing out propaganda from Moscow TV station
    On the 16th floor of Millbank Tower in London, a team of journalists are busy at video mixing desks, preparing bulletins and programmes and telling the news Kremlin-style.
    - 10 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 2:08a.m -
  • Marriage equality supporters gather for same-sex results
    Same-sex marriage supporters have gathered across Australia for the landmark announcement of the same-sex marriage postal survey results.
    - 10 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 2:07a.m -
  • Police release actor and gran over 'murder' of Gaia Pope
    Police have released Nathan Elsey under investigation after arresting him and his 71-year-old grandmother last night on suspicion of murdering Gaia Pope (ilustrat).
    - 10 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 2:02a.m -
  • Three in four homes' broadband slower than advertised
    Experts compared the actual download speeds families are getting versus the figure claimed by internet service providers. Ashfield, Nottinghamshire (ilustrat), was worst hit, 60% below expectations.
    - 10 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 2:00a.m -
  • Will Robert Mugabe's hated wife be the tyrant's downfall?
    With tanks on the streets of Zimbabwe and enemies at the gates of his plush mansion, are we witnessing the end of Robert Mugabe’s remarkable and blood-stained rule?
    - 11 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 1:46a.m -
  • Emma Dent Coad posts sick sketch of a man hanging
    Labour MP Emma Dent Coad (ilustrat) reportedly posted an image of a stick man hanging from the tree in the Conservative logo on her blog in 2010, it emerged last night.
    - 11 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 1:37a.m -
  • BBC to give fortnightly show complaint updates
    The BBC has finally bowed to pressure to disclose details about its complaints and will give fortnightly updates of objections registered by viewers across the UK.
    - 11 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 1:36a.m -
  • A quarter of nurses hold down two jobs
    One in four nurses has taken up a second job to boost their pay, figures reveal, as the NHS faces a shortage of 40,000 in England.
    - 11 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 1:32a.m -
  • Hammond's Budget will be a car crash fears the Cabinet
    The Budget has been billed as a ‘make or break’ moment, which could either mark the start of a Government fightback or deepen the crisis surrounding Theresa May’s administration.
    - 11 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 1:32a.m -
  • Biggest diamond ever sold at auction sells for £25m
    The 163.41-carat diamond (ilustrat), suspended from an emerald and diamond necklace called The Art of Grisogono, sold tonight at the Christie's autumn jewel auction in Geneva, Switzerland.
    - 11 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 1:16a.m -
  • Russian mistress 'ordered burglary on lover's home'
    Priya McKednrick and her daughter were subjected to a four-hour ordeal at their home in Alderley Edge. Karine Solloway hired men to carry out the raid to get back at Robert McKendrick.
    - 11 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 1:07a.m -
  • What Philip exclaimed to Queen after Charles was born
    When the King's private secretary Tommy Lascelles brought the good news, Philip bounded upstairs into the Buhl Room. he declared that Charles looked like a plum pudding.
    - 11 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 1:03a.m -
  • 'Hoverbikes' and robotic trucks tested by British Army
    This futuristic footage shows driverless 4x4s being directed through Michigan by unseen British soldiers using games console-style controllers the first trial of its kind.
    - 11 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 1:00a.m -
  • Six university adverts that misled undergraduates
    In one example, former polytechnic Teesside University, ranked 101st in the Complete University Guide, wrongly claimed that it was 'top in England for long-term graduate prospects'.
    - 12 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 12:46a.m -
  • Durham mum claims B&M copied her Christmas elf toy idea
    Sarah Greenwell, of Durham, said she came up with the idea for the children's toy after struggling to find a similar product which encouraged children to be well-behaved.
    - 12 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 12:45a.m -
  • Royal Mail identity theft advert is banned
    The video advert seen on ITV Player on August 9, showed a gang of men in balaclavas with baseball bats entering a bank and shouting: 'This is a robbery.'
    - 12 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 12:30a.m -
  • NHS patient's 812 days waiting as delays 'out of control'
    Some have been languishing on hospital waiting lists for more than two years when they are meant to be treated within 18 weeks (file image).
    - 12 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 12:27a.m -
  • Clarifications and corrections
    A court report on November 6 about a theft claim made by Russian tycoon Evgeny Klyucharev said that he is chief executive of Red Wings Airlines.
    - 12 ore în urmă 15 Nov 17, 12:00a.m -
  • NHS staff let parents of Down's Syndrome girl down
    Six-month-old Iris Day, who was born with a heart defect and Down's Syndrome, died after her operation was scheduled and cancelled three times at Colchester Hospital.
    - 13 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 11:21p.m -
  • Iraqi officials want to send jailed ISIS brides home
    After driving ISIS out of most of their country, Iraqi officials are holding around 3,000 jihadi wives and children. The foreigners are locked up in a secure prison in Tal Keif, near Mosul.
    - 13 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 11:19p.m -
  • Silent Justice snare paedophile by posing as a 12-year-old
    Mark Shah, 43, was jailed for grooming the fictional 12-year-old girl and attempting to meet her for sex in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire. He was snared by paedophile hunters Silent Justice.
    - 13 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 11:08p.m -
  • London siblings go missing after judge put them in care
    Mr Justice Keehan said on Tuesday he was 'very seriously concerned' for the eight-month-old baby's welfare after she went missing from her home in London with her brother and sister.
    - 14 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 10:17p.m -
  • Briton and Canadian friend found dead in Cambodian hostel
    Briton Natalie Jade Seymour, 22 and her 27-year-old Canadian friend, Abbey Gail Amisola, were found dead in the Monkey Republic Guest House in Kampot, southwestern Cambodia.
    - 14 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 10:15p.m -
  • Venezuela defaults on £45bn debt after missing payments
    Caracas faced the first of what could be a cascade of defaults on its enormous foreign debt Tuesday as financial experts declared the South American country in 'selective default'.
    - 14 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 10:12p.m -
  • Sir Isaac Newton 50p coin sells for £120 on eBay
    The Sir Isaac Newton 50p coin was first introduced in September this year at Woolsthorpe Manor, where the physicist was born — and Britons are beginning to find it in their pocket change.
    - 14 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 9:57p.m -
  • Motor racing expert killed as he cleaned shotgun in Surrey
    Robert 'Bobby' Bell died at the farmhouse in Surrey he shared with his wife Aline on Monday afternoon when his shotgun accidentally went off.
    - 15 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 9:46p.m -
  • Tim Flach's Endangered highlights threatened animals
    Acclaimed photographer Tim Flach spent years tracking the animals and documenting the movements of the world's most threatened species from the African desert to the Arctic ice caps.
    - 15 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 9:34p.m -
  • Anthony Bird ‘killed the mother of his children'
    Defendant Anthony James Bird, 48, of Kinmel Bay, North Wales, became enraged after finding out his partner of seven years, Tracy Kearns, was having an affair with another man.
    - 15 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 9:26p.m -
  • Acid attack victim 'had injuries from past assaults'
    Mark van Dongen was left with 'gashes' around his neck and torso inflicted by his girlfriend Berlinah Wallace (ilustrat), Bristol Crown Court was told.
    - 16 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 8:13p.m -
  • Man thrown from bike by pothole and killed in Ramsbottom
    Roger Hamer suffered fatal injuries after hitting a pothole in Ramsbottom, Greater Manchester, on March 5 2016. Potholes deeper than 40mm will now investigated instead of filled.
    - 17 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 7:56p.m -
  • Greggs has been forced to apologise for advent calendar
    Bakery chain Greggs came under fire after one of their publicity photographs for their new advent calendars showed one of their sausage rolls in a manger instead of baby Jesus.
    - 17 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 7:39p.m -
  • North Korea will be able to 'nuke London within 20 months'
    General Sir Richard Barrons made his comments to the MPs on the Commons Defence Committee as he warned years of defence cuts have left Britain's armed forces 'close to breaking'.
    - 17 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 7:25p.m -
  • Bristol clubber forced to urinate in front of male police
    Bianca Durrant, who is mixed race, sued Avon and Somerset Police over the early-hours incident in Bristol in June 2009 when an argument with a taxi driver escalated.
    - 17 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 7:22p.m -
  • Millennials should make their own lunch to afford deposit
    Research suggests that 'relatively small changes' could see buyers save enough for the capital city's average deposit of £64,000 in five years - with a bit of help from the Bank of Mum and Dad.
    - 17 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 7:15p.m -
  • Saudi strike destroys navigation station at Yemen airport
    Houthi rebel leaders said on Tuesday that the radio navigation system at Sanaa International Airport had been destroyed in a Saudi airstrike, cutting off a vital aid supply line.
    - 17 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 7:01p.m -
  • 'Hobby zoo' face being stripped of licence in Wales
    An 18-month-old Eurasian lynx named Lillith escaped from Borth Wild Animal Kingdom in Wales on October 29 and was shot dead by a sniper the zoo employed last Friday.
    - 17 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 6:59p.m -
  • Antique firearms dealer found guilty of supplying guns
    Paul Edmunds, 65, from Hardwicke, Gloucestershire, was found guilty of supplying guns and ammo to gangsters.
    - 17 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 6:57p.m -
  • Leeds schoolboy who killed teacher showed knife to pupils
    Pulp Fiction-obsessed Will Cornick, acum 19, is serving a minimum 20-year sentence for stabbing Ann Maguire during a Spanish lesson at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds.
    - 18 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 6:56p.m -
  • Birmingham bombing victims' families are refused legal aid
    Julie Hambleton, whose elder sister Maxine was one of 21 killed when two bombs went off in Birmingham city centre in 1974, said families have been left 'with our backs against the wall'.
    - 18 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 6:46p.m -

BBC News »Africa

  • EU migrant deal with Libya is 'inhuman' - UN
    Monitors saw "thousands of emaciated men, women and children piled on top of each other" in detention.
    - 21 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 3:11p.m -
  • Nick Hope: How taekwondo saved an Olympian from bullying
    After a tough childhood in West Africa and exile in France, Mahama Cho tells how taekwondo helped save him from bullying.
    - 1 zi în urmă 14 Nov 17, 9:34a.m -
  • Angola's flawless diamond up for auction
    Diamond lovers are in for a treat with this flawless stone up for auction in Geneva.
    - 1 zi în urmă 14 Nov 17, 5:53a.m -
  • The Nigerian rapper who loves dressing modestly
    Rapper Haddy Rapia is making a name for herself in a traditionally conservative and mainly Muslim area of northern Nigeria.
    - 2 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 12:13a.m -
  • Madagascar's 'worst plague outbreak' în 50 ani
    The island is one of the global hotspots most prone to the deadly disease.
    - 2 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 12:07a.m -
  • Visibility poor
    A shortage of weather data is holding back many African economies. Some start-ups are changing this.
    - 2 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 12:02a.m -
  • Gaydar founder Henry Badenhorst dies in South Africa
    Henry Badenhorst created the dating website after a friend complained he was too busy to find love.
    - 2 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 3:10p.m -
  • Ten of the best
    As part of the BBC's African Footballer of the Year season, BBC Africa Sport selects the top 10 unforgettable African moments in 25 years of the Premier League.
    - 2 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 6:26a.m -
  • Instant justice
    Joseph Warungu marvels at how legal services are offered on Ghana's streets.
    - 2 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 1:21a.m -
  • African Footballer of the Year - meet the five contenders
    Find out more about the five contenders - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Naby Keita, Sadio Mane, Victor Moses and Mohamed Salah.
    - 4 zile în urmă 11 Nov 17, 6:58p.m -
  • African Footballer of the Year 2017: Naby Keita profile
    BBC Sport profiles Guinea and RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita, a nominee for the BBC African Footballer of the Year 2017 award.
    - 4 zile în urmă 11 Nov 17, 6:51p.m -
  • Christian Parkinson: What is going on in Cameroon?
    Authorities are cracking down on Anglophone separatists as President Paul Biya marks 35 years in power.
    - 5 zile în urmă 10 Nov 17, 6:41p.m -
  • Repent and rejoice
    A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
    - 5 zile în urmă 10 Nov 17, 12:54a.m -
  • Fallen heroes
    We name buildings after people, or put up statues to them, because we respect them. But what if we discover they did wrong?
    - 6 zile în urmă 9 Nov 17, 4:34a.m -
  • Fishy business
    A BBC investigation reveals how a fishing firm based in Namibia manages to avoid paying taxes.
    - 7 zile în urmă 8 Nov 17, 6:12p.m -
  • Change makers in Uganda
    How people fleeing South Sudan have managed to create work – for themselves and others – in their new home of Uganda.
    - 8 zile în urmă 7 Nov 17, 2:34a.m -
  • Esther Namuhis: Tanzania's deaf cafe
    Customers can learn sign language from a chalkboard in this cafe where every member of staff is deaf.
    - 9 zile în urmă 6 Nov 17, 12:31a.m -
  • Travel advisors
    Would-be migrants who failed to make it to Europe are being helped to come home and tell others of the dangers of making the attempt.
    - 12 zile în urmă 3 Nov 17, 9:49p.m -
  • Elizabeth Ohene: Cultural colonialism
    Journalist Elizabeth Ohene argues that African identities remain in thrall to the continent's colonial past.
    - 12 zile în urmă 3 Nov 17, 1:08a.m -
  • Reality check
    Do people on South Africa's farms get killed more often than other people in the country?
    - 12 zile în urmă 3 Nov 17, 1:01a.m -
  • #WeNeedToTalk
    #WeNeedToTalk slogan gets hijacked by activists ahead of the World Youth Forum in Egypt.
    - 13 zile în urmă 2 Nov 17, 12:53p.m -
  • Holiday home
    The 2CV is a vintage French car. But it is the car of choice for taxi drivers in the African island of Madagascar.
    - 18 zile în urmă 28 octombrie 17, 11:02p.m -
  • Yousra Elbagir: Why #MeToo won't work in Sudan
    Journalist Yousra Elbagir looks at why the #MeToo hashtag was not widely used in Sudan.
    - 21 zile în urmă 25 octombrie 17, 11:28p.m -
  • Photo of butchered rhino wins top award
    A shocking image of a dehorned black rhino makes Brent Stirton Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
    - 29 zile în urmă 18 octombrie 17, 12:14a.m -
  • Mannir Dan Ali: Why Nigeria is struggling to educate its children
    Why is Africa's most populous country struggling to educate its children?
    - 29 zile în urmă 17 octombrie 17, 11:20p.m -
  • Joseph Warungu: Bible-bashing in Kenya's election
    Joseph Warungu reflects on how the Bible has taken centre stage in the battle for the Kenyan an presidency.
    - 44 zile în urmă 2 octombrie 17, 11:25p.m -
  • Wrecked lives of Kasai
    Violent clashes between government and rebel forces has led to huge civilian displacement.
    - 52 zile în urmă 24 septembrie 17, 11:20p.m -
  • Food security
    Helping communities feed themselves during political and environmental instability.
    - 58 zile în urmă 19 septembrie 17, 12:04a.m -
  • One month after the mudslide
    One month ago, a mudslide devastated parts of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
    - 62 zile în urmă 14 septembrie 17, 12:37a.m -
  • Where 'spirits' come to life
    Egungun - the festival where "spirits" come to life. Photographs by Charlie Northcott & Joshua Akinyemi.
    - 84 zile în urmă 23 Aug 17, 3:34p.m -
  • Surviving Sierra Leone's mudslide
    Five survivors of Sierra Leone mudslide give harrowing accounts of their loss and how they escaped death.
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    • nouCelebrations as Australians back same-sex marriage
      Celebrations swept across Australia Wednesday as voters emphatically endorsed same-sex marriage after more than a decade of divisive debate, and political leaders immediately began moves to enshrine the historic shift in law by Christmas. Thousands o
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    • nouIllegal firearms possession: Court dismisses Dasuki’s application for indefinite adjournment
      Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Federal High Court in Abuja on Wednesday dismissed a motion by the detained immediate-past National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd), seeking an order to suspend and adjourn indefinitely his trial on charges of ille
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    • nouAnambra poll: LP suspends chairman, 7 others over alleged endorsement of Obiano
      The Anambra chapter of Labour Party on Wednesday announced the immediate suspension of its chairman, Dl. Uche Ugwuoji, for alleged anti-party activities. The party also suspended seven other members for “collaborating’’ to endorse the candidatu
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    • nou[PHOTOS] Military vehicles block road outside Zimbabwe parliament
      Military vehicles block road outside Zimbabwe parliament. See the photos, courtesy, AFP:
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    • Serena to wed fiancé, Alexis Ohanian, on Thursday
      Global tennis sensation and new mom, Serena Williams, is set to marry fiancé Alexis Ohanian, the multi-millionaire co-founder of social news website Reddit, this Thursday at New Orleans. The event has been slated to take place at the Contemporary Ar
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    • UPDATED: Mugabe under house arrest – Zuma
      President Robert Mugabe is under house arrest in Zimbabwe, South Africa said Wednesday, adding it was sending envoys on behalf of the region’s bloc after the army apparently took over. “President Zuma spoke to President Robert Mugabe earlier toda
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    • SPARGERE: Spot-on Jedinak fires Australia into World Cup
      Captain Mile Jedinak scored two penalties and forced an own goal as Australia swept into next year’s World Cup in Russia with a 3-1 aggregate playoff victory over Honduras in Sydney on Wednesday. The Aston Villa midfielder’s free kick went in o
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    • For unlawful drugs possession, 62-year-old man gets five-year jail term
      A Federal High Court sitting in Jos on Wednesday sentenced a 62-year-old man, Hycinth Njoku, to five years’ imprisonment for unlawful possession of hard drugs. Njoku was sentenced after he pleaded guilty to the crime and begged for leniency. Prosec
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    • Buhari wants respect for constitution in Zimbabwe
      Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday called for calm, peace and respect for the constitution in Zimbabwe. According to a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dl. Femi Adesina, the President urged all pol
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    • SPARGERE: Senate condemns IG, demands reinstatement of Obiano’s security aides
      Leke Baiyewu, Abuja Members of the Senate have lambasted the Inspector General of Police, Dl. Ibrahim Idris, for withdrawing security details attached to Governor of Anambra State, Dl. Willie Obiano. The lawmakers took turns to condemn the police bos
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    • Israel destroys home of Palestinian who killed three
      The Israeli army on Wednesday destroyed the home of a Palestinian who killed three Israelis at the entrance to a settlement in the occupied West Bank, the army said. An army spokeswoman said the demolition of the apartment, in Beit Surik village nort
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    • Power slips from Mugabe as military steps in
      Zimbabwe’s military appeared to be in control of the country Wednesday as generals denied staging a coup but used state television to vow to target “criminals” close to President Robert Mugabe. Mugabe’s decades-long grip on power was dramatic
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    • SPARGERE: Inflation declines for consecutive months to 15.91% – NBS
      Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja The National Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday released the Consumer Price Index which measures inflation with the index dropping year-on-year from 15.98 per cent in September to 15.91 per cent in October. The bureau in the re
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    • I didn’t know my ministers, top government officials -Buhari
      Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari says he did not know many of his appointees, including ministers, as of the time he appointed them into top government positions. He said he only came across their names from the records which he wor
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    • UPDATED: No to ‘unconstitutional’ change of Zimbabwe govt – South Africa
      South Africa on Wednesday urged neighbouring Zimbabwe to resist any “unconstitutional changes” of government as President Robert Mugabe’s grip on power appeared threatened by the military. President Jacob Zuma “has expressed hope that devel
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    • Zimbabwe army detains finance minister – Govt source
      Zimbabwe’s military detained Finance Minister, Ignatius Chombo, on Wednesday after seizing power in an attempt to root out “criminals” around President Robert Mugabe, a government source said. Chombo was a leading member of the so-called ‘G40
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    • SPARGERE: JAMB fixes dates for 2018 examination
      Olaleye Aluko, Abuja The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board said on Wednesday morning that the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination in 2018 would hold on March 9 to March 17, 2018. The JAMB Registrar, Prof Is-haq Oloyede, announced this d
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    • Qualifiers for 2018 World Cup
      The 30 nations that have already booked their place for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, after Denmark qualified on Tuesday: Europe: Belgium, England, Germany, Iceland, Poland, Russia (as hosts), Serbia, Spain, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Croatia,…
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    • 5.4-magnitude quake hits South Korea
      A rare 5.4-magnitude earthquake hit South Korea’s southeast Wednesday afternoon, the second most powerful quake on record, in a country that seldom experiences significant tremors. The quake, which was felt across much of the country including in t
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    • Sublime Eriksen propels Denmark to World Cup
      Christian Eriksen’s magnificent hat-trick inspired Denmark to a 5-1 demolition of the Republic of Ireland in Tuesday’s second leg of their play-off in Dublin to clinch a spot at next year’s World Cup. Following Saturday’s stalemate in Copen
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    • Former Argentine football official commits suicide
      A former Argentine football official committed suicide Tuesday, the same day he was accused of bribe-taking in the FIFA corruption trial that opened in New York this week, Argentine media reported. Jorge Delhon threw himself under a train in a Buenos
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    • Celebrations as Australians back same-sex marriage
      Emotional celebrations erupted across Australia Wednesday as voters emphatically endorsed same-sex marriage after more than a decade of divisive debate, and political leaders immediately took the first steps to enshrine the historic shift in law. Tho
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    • Peace corps asks IG to unseal headquarters
      Afeez Hanafi The Peace Corps of Nigeria on Tuesday urged the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to respect the ruling of a Federal High Court in Abuja which held that its headquarters be unsealed. The PCN also asked the police to comply with
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    • 258 more Nigerians arrive from Libya
      Maureen Ihua-Maduenyi About 258 Nigerians were on Tuesday evacuated from Libya by the International Migration Organisation. The National Emergency Management Agency which received them, said 238 females were trafficked and were on their way to Europe
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    • Avengers’ threat calls for emergency dialogue
      APPREHENSION defined public reaction to threats by the Niger Delta Avengers to resume hostilities in the oil-rich region by bombing oil installations. The Federal Government, governors and opinion leaders from the region should see this development a
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    • Next Titan: Eucharia, Joseph, Prisca evicted
      The Next Titan Entrepreneurship Reality Show has evicted three more contestants. These are Eucharia Chima, Joseph Oniegbu and Prisca Ugbaja. While Chima is a home health care nurse with a vision to start a home health care agency, Onuegbu is the CEO,…
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    • Buhari rewards D’Tigress
      President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday redeemed his promise to reward D’Tigress for winning the 2017 Afrobasket in Mali. According to Nneka Anibeze, media adviser to Sports Minister Solomon Dalung, each player got N1m while the five coac
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    • How to enjoy banks’ automatic bill payment plans
      Nike Popoola Personalbanking@punchng.com Most of us are always on the lookout for ways to cut the amount of time we spend on mundane chores. One of the ways online banking has helped to free up our time is through the advent of automatic bill payment
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    • Research workers hospitalised after police, students clash
      Olufemi Atoyebi, Ibadan Two workers of the Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Moor Plantation, Ibadan, Oyo State, are receiving treatment at the University College, Ibadan, after they were hit by bullets during a clash between the polic
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    • Navy warns N’ Delta Avengers against threat to resume hostilities
      Mudiaga Affe, Calabar The Chief of Naval Staff, Vice-Admiral Ibok-Ete Ibas, has warned members of the Niger Delta Avengers against their threat to resume hostilities on oil facilities in the region. The militant group had recently announced plans to
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    • Aguero rushed to hospital
      Sergio Aguero was taken to hospital after fainting at half-time in Argentina’s friendly defeat against Nigeria, the Argentine Football Federation announced, telegraph.co.uk reports. The Man City striker scored after 36 minutes in Krasnodar, Russia,…
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    • Man impersonates Mike Okiro, defrauds lawmakers’ relatives, friends
      Samson Folarin The Zone 2 Police Command, Onikan, Lagos State, has arrested a 37-year-old man, Emmanuel Ebuzoma, for allegedly defrauding relatives and friends of some National Assembly members in a police recruitment scam. The Delta State indigene w
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    • Why Ndi Anambra should ignore IPOB
      Jide Ojo Anambra State, fondly called the Light of the Nation, is set to witness the election of a new governor come next Saturday, November 18, 2017. The Independent National Electoral Commission had on February 23rolled out the timetable for this
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    • More Africans are coming to Nigeria for surgeries – UCH CMD
      Bukola Adebayo The Chief Medical Director, Prof. Temitope Alonge, has said that the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Oyo State has fulfilled its mandate to train the best specialist doctors and health professionals in Nigeria. Alonge spoke on the
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    • Fans attack Argentina coach
      Festus Abu Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli came under fierce attack after La Albiceleste’s stunning 4-2 defeat by Nigeria in their friendly match in Krasnodar, Russia, on Tuesday. The Super Eagles recovered from 2-0 down to beat the Lionel Mes
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    • FG links 2,671 seized rifles to Nnamdi Kanu
      Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Federal Government said on Tuesday that the 2,671 pump action rifles illegally imported from Turkey but intercepted by the Nigeria Customs Service on four different occasions in 2017 alone could be linked to the leader of t
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    • Osinbajo tasks D-8 countries on industrial cooperation, alții
      Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Tuesday called on ministers of industry, trade and investment from the developing eight countries to fashion out workable strategies that would boost the level of industrial cooperation and economi
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    • Labourers escape death as truck crashes in Gombe
      Many labourers narrowly escaped death in Gombe last Sunday when a truck laden with sacks of grains crashed near the Federal College of Education roundabout. Though no one died in the accident, many of the labourers, who were riding in the truck, sust
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    • 2018 budget: FG targets N311bn from asset sale, privatisation
      Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja The Federal Government is aiming to generate of N311bn from privatisation of public properties and the sale of national assets next year to partly finance the 2018 budget. This is contained in the 2018 budget proposals submitted
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    • Blackout delays Medview aircraft’s landing at Abuja airport
      Okechukwu Nnodim, Abuja Panic gripped passengers on a Medview Airlines flight coming from Lagos to Abuja on Tuesday as the plane could not land immediately due to outage at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport. The aircraft hovered in the air for
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    • Work begins on Apapa-Oworonshoki Expressway next week
      Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja The President, Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, on Tuesday, disclosed that reconstruction work would start on the Apapa-Oworonshoki Expressway next week. Dangote said this in an interview with State House correspondents af
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    • Court reserves judgment on FG’s appeal against Saraki’s acquittal
      Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Court of Appeal in Abuja on Tuesday reserved its judgment on the appeal filed by the Federal Government to challenge the acquittal of the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, by the Code of Conduct Tribunal. The three-man pane
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    • AGF writes to Reps, seeks review of EFCC Act
      John Ameh, Abuja The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Dl. Abubakar Malami, on Tuesday, sought a comprehensive review of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Act to remove many lacuna in the law and strengthen the an
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    • N1.1bn subsidy scam: Court adjourns Arisekola’s son, others’ trial
      Oladimeji Ramon The Lagos State High Court in Ikeja has adjourned further proceedings till November 28 in the case of Mr. Abdullahi Alao — a son of the late Ibadan business mogul, Arisekola — who is being tried for alleged fuel subsidy scam of N1
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    • Demystifying the Cock President
      Tunde Odesola Where on earth is good, old Bongos Ikwue? da, Bongos Ikwue, the Idoma crooner, who was both profound and simple in his soulful, folksy and instructive songs such as ‘Amen’, ‘Mariama’, ‘Still Searching’, ‘What’s g
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    • Debt servicing may derail 2018 budget
      Lekan Sote lekansote@yahoo.com 08050220816 President Muhammadu Buhari presented the 2018 budget proposals to a joint session of the Senate and the House of Representatives amidst claps of applause and hums of disagreement last week Tuesday. In real t
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    • Nasarawa corps members accuse officials of diverting N98m allowances
      Umar Muhammed, Lafia The 2017 Batch B, Stream 1 și 2 of the National Youth Service Corps members have accused Nasarawa State officials of the NYSC of diverting their allowances amounting to N98m. The corps members made the allegation on an online pl
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    • Ndume resumes today as legal battle continues
      Leke Baiyewu, Abuja The Senate on Tuesday unanimously resolved to allow Senator Ali Ndume (Borno-South) to resume on Wednesday (today) from his six-month suspension by the chamber. The Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, who presided over
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    • Nigeria’s debt grows by N8tn in two years
      Everest Amaefule, Abuja Nigeria’s total debt stock rose by N8tn between September 2015 and September 2017, according to statistics provided by the Debt Management Office. The DMO said the country’s total debt stock as of the end of September this
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    • Teachers’ sacking: Fayose knocks Buhari for backing El-Rufai
      Kamarudeen Ogundele, Ado Ekiti The Ekiti State Governor, ayodele Fayose, has condemned President Muhammadu Buhari’s support for the Kaduna State Government’s planned sacking of about 22,000 teachers that failed competency test conducted by the go
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    • Farida Waziri simply hired to attack me, says Jonathan
      Former President Goodluck Jonathan has reacted to claims by the former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC) Farida Waziri, that she was sacked because she refused to back down on a suspect during the oil subsidy scandal. M
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    • Malami tells Senate panel: I met with Maina in Dubai
      Justice minister admits writing commission ‘Maina ran account through sms, e-mail’ A clearer picture of Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami’s role in the reinstatement of fugitive civil servant Abdulrash
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    • Maina ran bank account through sms, email, EFCC tells court
      A Federal High Court in Abuja heard yesterday how huge sums belonging to pensioners were allegedly diverted by former Head of Service of the Federation (HOSF) Stephen Oronsaye and former Chairman, Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulras
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    • Govt to raise N311b from assets sale
      •Alcohol, tobacco duties to go up HOW will the Federal Government fund next year’s N8.6tr budget? The government plans to generate N311 billion from privatisation and outright sale of assets to partly finance the budget. Budget and National Plann
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    • Buhari: more development for Southeat
      President Muhammadu Buhari got a rousing reception yesterday on his first visit to the Southeast since he came into office in 2015. He got traditional titles and gift items – 2,000 tubers of yam and 2,000 bags of rice. Ebonyi State is a leading pro
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    • Patience Jonathan’s N350m frozen
      The Federal High Court in Lagos yesterday granted an order temporarily freezing N350 million allegedly traced to former President Goodluck Jonathan’s wife Dame Patience. The money is in an account domiciled in Stanbic IBTC, the Economic and Finan
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    • Lagos faults Amnesty’s claim on demolition
      The Lagos State Government yesterday described the Amnesty International (AI’s) report as “bias, inaccuracies and exaggerations.” Commissioner for Information and Strategy Steve Ayorinde said the inter-ethnic clashes that led to the burning of
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    • Mining: Good roadmap, slow implementation
      Mining has immense capacity to dislodge oil as the mainstay of Nigeria’s economy. But moves by the Federal Government to diversify its revenue base with the implementation of the roadmap for the sector’s development seem slow in yelding the desir
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    • Bode George consistent, dogged, says Ayade
      Cross River State Governor Ben Ayade has described Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chairmanship aspirant Chief Olabode George as a dogged icon of purity, purpose, sagacity, finesse and political suavity. Ayade said this yesterday when he received Ge
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    • Council poll: parties sign peace pact
      Ahead of Saturday’s local government election in Kwara State, political parties have signed an undertaking to ensure a peaceful poll. The State Independent Electoral Commission (KWSIEC) and security agencies resolved that the parties would sign the
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    • PSC Delegates Team To Monitor Police Conduct In Anambra Election
      The Police Service Commission (PSC) will send a high-powered team of monitors to Anambra State for the governorship election scheduled to hold on Saturday, November 18. A statement issued Tuesday by the Head, Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu An
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    • Ogun Govt Empowers 20,000 Women
      Ogun State government has empowered more than 20,000 women drawn from various parts of the state. The women were empowered as government disbursed single-digit loan towards boosting their business ventures and making them more financially buoyant. Pe
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    • FRSC Commissions Special Marshals To Reduce Road Accidents
      As part of efforts to reduce road accidents during the ember months, the Federal Road Safety Corp on Tuesday commissioned more 150 volunteers popularly known as special marshals. Some illustrious sons and daughters of Ekiti state including legal lumi
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    • Amnesty International’s Claims On Forced Evictions Inaccurate – Lagos Govt
      The Lagos State Government has rejected Amnesty International’s report on forced evictions in the state, saying it is biased and contains inaccuracies and exaggerations. In a report entitled ‘The Human Cost of a Megacity: Forced Evictions of the
      - 20 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 4:09p.m -
    • Amnesty International Asks Lagos Govt To Stop Forced Evictions
      Peste 30,000 people have been forcibly evicted from settlements in Lagos State in defiance of court orders. That is according to Amnesty International Nigeria. In a new report titled, “The Human Cost of a Megacity: Forced Evictions of the Urban P
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    • Traders Lament As Fire Destroys Goods Worth Millions In Ondo
      Hundreds of shops located along the Akure/Ilesa High way, Ondo State, were on Tuesday morning reportedly razed down by an inferno. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained but victims are calling on the state government to come to their aid. Go
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    • Fayose Criticises Buhari For Backing El-Rufai In Sacking Teachers
      Governor Ayodele Fayose on Tuesday criticised President Buhari for supporting Governor Nasir El-Rufai in the planned sack of Kaduna teachers who failed the recently conducted competency test in the state. Buhari had yesterday backed El-Rufai’s deci
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    • Anti-Grazing Law: FG Holds Peace Meeting
      The Federal Government has moved to reduce the tension within the Benue valley, following tension arising from the ban on open grazing and encourage state governments to positively engage youths in peace building process. The Director General of the
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    • Senate Recalls Ndume After 90-day Suspension
      The Senate has agreed that its former Majority Leader, Senator Ali Ndume can resume duties on Wednesday, November 15th. The Borno, All Progressives Congress (APC) Senator was placed on suspension, ninety days ago, following the recommendation of the
      - 22 ore în urmă 14 Nov 17, 2:13p.m -

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