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Two Killed In London Stabbing Terror Attack

The Metropolitan Police on Friday said two members of the public were killed in a terror attack in London, while three others were still being treated. “It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to inform you that, …

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By Terver Akase Benue and the Brazilian state of Paraná have agreed to collaborate in various aspects of the economy for the benefit of people of the two states. This was the outcome of a meeting between Governor Samuel Ortom …

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US Congress condemns continued detention of Sowore, others

• Accuses security forces of killing hundreds Nigerians The United States Congress, Washington DC, has condemned the continued detention of the publisher of the Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore, Jones Abiri, Kofi Bartels, Samuel Ogundipe and some other journalists and activists by …

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Death Toll From Kenya Flood, Landslide Rises To 52

The death toll from floods and landslides in Kenya’s west over the weekend has climbed to 52, an official said Monday, with more heavy rain forecast to lash the region. Bodies were still being recovered in the Pokot region, 350 kilometres …

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KOICA Alumni Hold Fourth Annual Gathering 

Blessing Bature, Abuja The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) in collaboration with the South Korea International Cooperation Association of Nigeria (SKICAN), which is the KOICA Alumni Association, organized her fourth Annual Gathering yesteray, Abuja. SKICAN President, Barrister Fidelis Ugbo, revealed …

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