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  • Saudi Arabia provides safe drinking water to displaced Syrians

    The Saudi National Campaign for Supporting Brothers in Syria announced on Wednesday continuing its efforts in providing safe drinking water for displaced Syrians on the Syrian-Turkish borders, said the Saudi official news agency (SPA). Points of distribution of water supplies are found five per-established stations equipped with latest filtration equipment. The campaign has been also…

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  • France: Paris terror suspect identified as Algerian illegal

    This picture is believed to show the suspected terrorist shot and arrested in connection with this morning’s attack in Paris, which saw six soldiers injured when a BMW mowed down their patrol. Hamou Bachir, 36, is under armed guard in hospital after he was ‘seriously wounded’ in a fierce gunfight close to the northern port…

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  • Naira sustains gain at parallel market

    The naira on Wednesday appreciated against the dollar at the parallel market, exchanging at N363 to the dollar from the N364 posted on Tuesday. The pound sterling and the Euro closed at N477 and N428 to the naira, respectively. At the Bureau De Change (BDC) window, the naira was traded at N363 to the dollar,…

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  • Kenya elections: Violence erupts amid allegations of fraud, 3 dead

    A bitterly divisive presidential election in Kenya descended into chaos on Wednesday after the opposition leader claimed that a government-sanctioned hacking attack had subverted the results to rob him of victory. Police shot dead three protesters as violent clashes in the capital and elsewhere raised fears that the country could again be pitched into electoral…

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  • 540 Nigerians to be deported from Libya Aug. 10

    Five hundred and forty Nigerians are set for deportation from Libya, beginning from Aug. 10, Mrs. Julie Okah-Donli, Director-General, National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons(NAPTIP), has said. Okah-Donli disclosed this on Wednesday in Osogbo, at the inauguration of the North-West Zonal Command Office of the agency. She said that the deportees would be…

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  • Zimbabwe approve $1 billion for graduate school named after Mugabe

    The Zimbabwean Government on Wednesday approved one billion dollars for the construction of the first graduate school named after President Robert Mugabe, an official said Wednesday. Jonathan Moyo, Higher and Tertiary Education Minister, said the University would focus on science and technology and have an institute focusing on research and “transformative and revolutionary leadership.” “Cabinet…

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  • North Korea considers missile strike on US Guam territory

    North Korea has said it is considering carrying out missile strikes on the US Pacific territory of Guam. The North’s official news agency said on Tuesday the plan involved firing medium-to-long-range rockets at Guam, where US strategic bombers are based. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, flying into Guam, said there was no imminent threat…

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  • Adamawa approves N300 million for dam construction in Demsa

    The Adamawa State Government on Wednesday approved N300 million for the construction of an earth dam in Nasarawo, in Demsa Local Government Area of the state. Alhaji Rufa’i Ahmed, Commissioner for Water Resources, made this known while briefing newsmen shortly after the state executive council meeting in Yola. Ahmed said that the dam, when constructed,…

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  • Ijaws youths reject FG proposal on modular refinery

    …Renews 90-day ultimatum to IOCs to relocate to Niger Delta From: Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa Ijaw youths, under the aegis of Ijaw Youth Council (IYC), have rejected the proposal by the Federal Government to have two modular refineries in the Niger Delta states. The IYC  also renewed its ultimatum of 90 days, beginning July 12 to…

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  • NEPAD boss lauds Taraba gov. rural devt.

    From: Sylvanus Viashima, Jalingo Taraba State coordinator of New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), Mr. Dennis Nev, has commended Governor Darius Ishaku for his giant steps in bringing infrastructural development to rural areas in the state. Nev, a retired Permanent Secretary Government House Administration stated this, on Wednesday, in his office in Jalingo while briefing…

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