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  • The Obamas receive The Trumps at the White House

    President-elect Trump and Mrs. Trump have now arrived at the White House, greeted by President Obama and the first lady on the North Portico.  “Mr President-elect how are you? Good to see you, congratulations,” Obama said to the president-elect when he emerged from the car. Mrs. Trump handed Mrs. Obama a blue box, an apparent gift. Mrs. Obama and Mrs….

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  • Murray avoids Djokovic’s fate to reach fourth round

    Melbourne, Jan. 11, 2017 (Reuters/NAN) Andy Murray eased into the fourth round of the Australian Open with a comprehensive 6-4 6-2 6-4 win over American Sam Querrey on Friday, January 20. The raging favourite after champion Novak Djokovic’s stunning second round exit on Thursday, top seed Murray also showed no sign of discomfort after an…

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  • Trump Inauguration: A dramatic change of guard at White House

    Donald John Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States at noon on Friday, on a day that is expected to offer less ceremony and flourish than previous inaugurations — while ushering in a transformative shift in the country’s leadership. Events on the Mall will begin about 11:30 a.m. For…

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  • Gambia crisis: UN says 45,000 flee country

    The political turmoil in The Gambia has made about 45,000 people, mainly children, to flee into Senegal since Jan. 1, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), has said, quoting figures from the Senegalese government. “The next few days will be critical and more people may leave the country if the current situation is not resolved peacefully…

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  • Bishop Mike Okonkwo officiates at The Sun 13th Thanksgiving

    In keeping with its tradition, The Sun Publishing company holds its annual thanksgiving today. The organisation’s annual solemn ritual has held from the second year of existence of the company when the workers assemble in every January to hold thanksgiving and awards for outstanding workers. This year’s event hosts prominent evangelist, pastor and leader of…

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  • Gambia: Adama Barrow takes oath in Senegal

    Gambia’s President-elect Adama Barrow says he will be sworn in at the country’s embassy in neighbouring Senegal, as regional forces massed at the border to force incumbent Yahya Jammeh to quit after his election defeat. In messages posted on his social media accounts, Barrow said the inauguration was going to take place as scheduled on…

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  • Trump flies to Washington ahead of Friday inauguration

    American businessman Donald Trump is flying to the Washington DC for his inauguration Friday when he will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. Trump would replaced Mr. Barack Obama, the first African American President, whose term in office ends on Friday, January 20. Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton but lost the popular vote…

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  • NAF sets up panel to investigate accidental airstrike

    The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) said it has constituted a board of senior officers to investigate the accidental air strike on 17 January 2017 at Rann, Borno State. A statement from the NAF spokesman, Group Captain Ayodele Famuyiwa said the term of reference, for the Board is to determine the immediate and remote causes as…

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  • Libya: U.S. bombs ISIS camps

    (WASHINGTON) Two United States Air Force B-2 bombers attacked Islamic State training camps outside of Surt, Libya, overnight, the Pentagon said on Thursday. Military analysts were assessing the impact of the strikes, but officials said it was possible that dozens of Islamic State fighters may have been killed. The Pentagon’s Africa Command announced on Dec….

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