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Kano Shiites Killing: U.S. expresses anger

The United States Government on Friday expressed its concern over last Monday’s deaths that resulted from clashes between people in a Shia procession and the Nigeria Police in Kano. Mr John Kirby, U.S.  Department of State’s Assistant Secretary and Spokesperson, said that although the incident was under investigation, his government …

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Amexit: Americans consider New Zealand move after Trump’s win

As the pro-national sovereignty movement continues to surge in Europe following the historic British “Brexit” vote to exit the European Union, a growing push for a United States “Amexit” from the United Nations and other international institutions is gaining steam.     After the Brexit, Kentucky Republican Congressman Thomas Massie (shown being …

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IPOB declares Sept 23 protest day

The Directorate of State, DOS, Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, worldwide has declared  23rd September 2016  as the day for Biafrans worldwide to protest against the continued detention of its leader Nnamdi Kanu and for the freedom of Biafra people. In a statement signed by its Media and Publicity Officer, …

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Breaking: Oduduru makes 200m semi-finals

Nigeria’s sprinter and five-time African Junior Champion, Ejowvokoghene Oduduru, on Tuesday kept the country’s hopes of a medal in athletics alive after qualifying for the semifinals in 200 metres Olympics track event. The 19-year-old clocked 20.34 secs to come 2nd behind Usain Bolt in Heat 9.

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Olympic gold medalist, McKayla Maroney makes drastic career change, models after rapper Drake

After repetitive injuries and a loss of love for gymnastics, former Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney sidelined previous ambitions of competing in the Olympic Trials to focus on her love for making music. Ditching the leotards for red platform shoes, cleavage-complimenting photos and midriff-bearing tops, Maroney has introduced a more …

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Election: Candidate bribes elderly men with erectile dysfunction drugs to secure votes

Elderly men in South Korea have allegedly been given erectile dysfunction drugs to buy their votes in legislative elections, prosecutors said Tuesday, announcing an investigation into the suspected breach. South Koreans go to the polls on Wednesday in an election already overshadowed by North Korean nuclear threats and economic difficulties. …

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