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Germany deports man with ISIS flag to Nigeria

Germany has deported an alleged Islamic extremist deemed dangerous by authorities to Nigeria. The Dpa news agency reports that the 22-year-old man, who was born in Germany and who hadn’t committed a crime, arrived Lagos on Thursday, the Associated Press …

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Russia Sends Warships Toward U.S. Navy after Syria Bombing

Russia deployed its most advanced Black Sea frigate Friday into the eastern Mediterranean, where U.S. Navy destroyers had launched an airstrike earlier that day against the Moscow-backed Syrian military. As Russian leadership condemned the U.S.’ first intentional attack on the …

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Boat Carrying Migrants Sinks In Mediterranean

A rubber boat packed with 147 migrants sank in the Mediterranean and all but one of its passengers drowned, the sole survivor – a 16-year-old Gambian boy – told rescuers, the International Migration Organization (IOM) said on Wednesday. A Spanish …

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President Kenyatta makes historic visit to KDF in Somali

NAIROBI, 18 March 2017 (PSCU) – President Uhuru Kenyatta today made a historic visit to Somalia, meeting Kenyan troops serving under the African Union Mission in Somalia at Dhobley Military Camp. The Commander-in-Chief, dressed in military fatigue, met KDF and …

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Obama Denies Tapping Trump’s Phone

Former President, Barack Obama has denied allegations of tapping into President Donald Trump’ phones. According to Obama’s Spokesman, Kelvin Lewis, neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any U.S citizen. Trump had earlier tweeted that …

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Kim Jong Un’s Brother Killed At Malaysian Airport

Half brother to North Korean Leader, Kim Jong Un, has been killed in an attack in Malaysia. Kim Jong Nam, who was the older half-brother of Kim Jong Un; was known to have spent most of his time outside of …

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