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Saturday, 19 November 2016

Security agents shot down another bomber in Borno

Nigeria - The Borno Police Command on Saturday confirmed the killing of another suspected suicide bomber by security agents after he tried to gain entry into the Custom House Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp along Maiduguri-Gamboru/Ngala road.

Black Axe mafia gang suspects arrested in police raids across Italy

More than 20 alleged members of a feared Nigerian mafia gang called the Black Axe have been rounded up during raids in Italy.
The suspects are accused of being involved in a catalogue of criminal activities, from prostitution and protection rackets through to drug dealing and human trafficking.

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WHO declares Zika Virus Emergency over

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 The mosquito-borne Zika virus will no longer be treated as an international medical emergency, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared.
By lifting its nine-month-old declaration, the UN's health agency is acknowledging that Zika is here to stay.
The infection has been linked to severe birth defects in almost 30 countries.

Kanye West angers fans by saying he 'would have voted for Trump'

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Kanye West was booed by fans after telling them he didn't vote in the US election - but if he had, he "would have voted on Trump".
At a concert in San Jose for his Saint Pablo Tour, the hip-hop star made a lengthy speech on issues such as racism, immigration and the possibility of him running for president in 2020.
"I told you I didn't vote. But what I didn't tell you is that if I had voted, I would have voted on Trump," West said, to jeers from the audience.

Saudi-led coalition forces declare 48-hour ceasefire in Yemen

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The Saudi-led military coalition has declared a 48-hour ceasefire in Yemen after the beleaguered government agreed to a US peace plan.
Saudi news agency SPA issued a statement from the coalition on Saturday, which warned Houthi rebels to allow humanitarian aid into loyalist cities.
The Yemen government had previously rejected a plan proposed by US Secretary of State John Kerry earlier this week, believing it would undermine its authority.

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North Korea's Kim Jong-un watches women in military drills

North Korea's state-run television releases several still photographs of its leader Kim Jong Un inspecting an artillery contest for female soldiers.

Pictures have been released of Kim Jong-un overseeing a military contest of female soldiers.
The images broadcast on North Korean state television KRT show the country's supreme leader taking a keen interest as the artillery unit fired a multiple launch rocket system (MLRS) at an undisclosed location in the secretive state.

Nigerian footballer executed in Singapore for drug trafficking

Nigerian footballer executed in Singapore for drug trafficking

The Presidency yesterday lamented the execution of a Nigerian footballer, Chijoke Obioha, in Singapore for drug trafficking.
The 35-year-old footballer was said to have gone to the Asian country for trials when he was caught trafficking in hard drugs on April 9, 2007.
Consequently, he was sentenced to death about four years ago and remained on the death row until he was executed yesterday.

Multiple blasts hit Maiduguri, Nigeria yesterday

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In what appears to be a recurring incident of late, suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers yesterday caused the death of six persons, injuring many more in multiple bomb blasts within Maiduguri metropolis in the early hours of the day.
The Borno State Police Commissioner, Demian Chukwu, who confirmed the incident, said the six people, including four suspected suicide bombers, were killed in the blasts, which rocked the metropolis between 4.10am and 7.40am, killing two members of Civilian JTF at their duty posts at Muna Garage on Dikwa Road.

Saudi Policeman shot dead in Shiite-populated region

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A Saudi policeman was shot dead Saturday in the kingdom’s Shiite-populated east, the interior ministry said.
The officer was hit by gunfire from “an unknown source” as he got out of his car in a neighbourhood northwest of the city of Dammam, said a ministry spokesman quoted by the official SPA news agency.

Pep Guardiola says he would vote for Pique as Barca president

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Pep Guardiola has backed Spanish defender Gerard Pique's ambitions to become president of La Liga champions Barcelona.

While Pique cannot see himself following Manchester City boss Guardiola and Luis Enrique into management, the Barca centre-back does want to become president of the Catalan giants, admitting so last month.

Islamic State kills 12 Sunni tribal fighters, police south of Mosul

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Islamic State killed seven Sunni tribal fighters who support the Iraqi government and five policemen on Saturday in a town south of Mosul, the insurgents' last major city stronghold in Iraq, local security sources said.
The tribal fighters and police were gunned down at two fake checkpoints set up by the insurgents in Shirqat, a Sunni town between Mosul and Baghdad, they said.

Space junk 'one of Earth's greatest environmental challenges'

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Space junk hurtling round the Earth at speeds of up to 17,400mph is one of the greatest environmental problems facing humanity, an expert has warned.
Dr Hugh Lewis believes the growing problem could jeopardise future generations' hopes of living and working in space.
Speaking at the Royal Astronomical Society in London, Dr Lewis said cleaning up orbital space "may take years to achieve" with the help of engineers, scientists, lawyers and economists.

Oh boy! Giant foam 'blob' leaks from airport hangar and spreads in Santa Clara

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US - A giant 'blob' of foam has taken over the streets of a Californian town after leaking from an airport hangar.
Emergency crews say the foam is a fire retardant at San Jose International Airport which was released accidentally.

Trump agrees to pay $25 million to settle Trump University lawsuits

Donald Trump agreed on Friday to pay $25 million to settle fraud lawsuits over his Trump University real estate seminars, in what New York's attorney general called a "stunning reversal" for the U.S. president-elect.

US tell Nigeria FG to account for 300 killed Shiites last December

The United States has called on the Federal Government to account for the deaths of 300 Shi’ite members killed last December.
On December 15, 2015, following clashes between members of the Shia Islamic Movement of Nigeria and security forces in Zaria, Kaduna State, at least 300 Shi’ites were reportedly killed.

Friday, 18 November 2016

President Buhari signs Eight bills into law. Read which...

Nigeria - President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday signed eight bills into law.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate), Ita Enang told State House correspondents after the signing ceremony.

President-elect Trump nears settlement in Trump University lawsuit

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is nearing a settlement of about $20 million in fraud lawsuits relating to his Trump University series of real estate seminars, a person familiar with the matter said on Friday.

Wow! Human head transplant moves a step closer

An Italian neurosurgeon has moved closer to his goal of transplanting a human head, revealing a virtual reality system that will "prepare patients for life in a new body".
Professor Sergio Canavero wants to carry out the operation for the first time next year, saying it could help those paralysed from the neck down to walk again.

Volkswagen to cut 30,000 jobs at VW brand by 2020

The turnaround plan announced on Friday will lead to 3.7 billion euros ($3.9 billion) in annual efficiency gains and lift the VW brand's operating margin to 4 percent by 2020, from an expected 2 percent this year.

Volkswagen and its powerful labor unions agreed to cut 30,000 jobs at the core VW brand in exchange for avoiding forced redundancies in Germany until 2025, a compromise which leaves the carmaker's profitability still lagging rivals.
That target still remains below rival European carmakers such as Renault and Peugeot Citroen , which are targeting an operating margin of 6 percent in 2021.

Oh my word! India tops ranking for selfie deaths

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Next time you’re at the Taj Mahal, find yourself standing on a precarious cliff or see an approaching train, maybe just enjoy the moment rather than trying to capture the perfect selfie.
These are just three of the ways that 76 selfie-takers in India have lost their lives, according to a study published by US-based Carnegie Mellon University and Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi.

Oh boy! I’m first to live up to 70 years in my family, says former Nigeria VP Atiku

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Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, said yesterday that no member of his family ever reached the age of 70.
He spoke in Yola at an event to mark his 70th birthday by students of American University of Nigeria Academy and Primary schools.

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