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Troops foil attacks by insurgents disguised as aid workers in Borno.

The Nigerian Army has repelled attack by Boko Haram insurgents who disguised as humanitarian workers at Gudunbali community in Borno.   In a statement on Sunday,...

Rapper J Hus bags eight months jail term for carrying knife

J Hus has been sentenced to eight months in jail after admitting carrying a knife in a public place. The 23-year-old rapper was caught with...

Buhari describes Anti-Boko Haram war as “fight to finish”

President Muhammadu Buhari says the war against Boko Haram "is a fight to the finish". He stated this in his address at the extraordinary summit...

Ondo cleric charges Nigerians on unity of purpose ahead Christmas celebration.

Christians have been enjoined not to be carried away with the euphoria of Christmas celebration but rather reflect on the birth of Jesus Christ...

Local Government Service Commission warns workers against sharp practices.

The local government service commission in Ondo state has charged local government staff to comply with rules and regulations of the service or face...

Koscielny stages major comback as Arsenal end EUROPA Group phase with Qarabag victory

Laurent Koscielny played for the first time since May as Arsenal completed their near-perfect Europa League group stage with an easy one nil win...

Senators vote to end US backing for Saudi war on Yemen

The US Senate has voted to withdraw US military aid for Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen and to blame the kingdom's crown prince for...

Brexit: EU says no to May on renegotiating deal

European Union leaders have said the Brexit withdrawal agreement is "not open for renegotiation", despite appeals from Theresa May. She wanted legal assurances on the...

Strasbourg Christmas market attacker Chekatt shot dead

French police have shot dead the man who attacked Strasbourg's Christmas market on Tuesday. A police unit came across Cherif Chekatt in a Strasbourg street...

Blurred Lines: Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams to pay $5m in final verdict.

The long-running copyright case over hit song Blurred Lines has finally ended, with Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams told to pay $5m (£4m). The ruling...
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