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Recent News

Furious 7 is fastest film to take $1 billion worldwide

The latest film in the Fast and Furious franchise took just 17 days to break the $1bn barrier, compared to 19 for Avengers and the final Harry Potter.

(BBC) – Furious 7 has broken box office records as the fastest film to take more than $1 billion (£669.5 million) worldwide. 00    Read More »

Mrs. Udensi lied over Rivers elections – Peterside campaign outfit

Recent views expressed on Africa Independent Television, AIT, by Mrs. Eno Udensi, President of a South African-based Non-Governmental Organisation, NGO, that elections in Rivers State were free and fair, have been dismissed and described as an afterthought from a biased observer. Mrs. Udensi, who, also, in the same television program, said the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, deserved commendation for ... Read More »

Gunfire and explosions heard in Libyan capital

(Reuters) – Clashes broke out in a district and a suburb of Libya’s capital on Saturday, home to groups opposing an alternative government controlling Tripoli and parts of western Libya, residents said. 0-1    Read More »

South Africa violence: Arrests follow Johannesburg attacks

Foreigners have been arming themselves after coming under attack

(BBC) – More than 30 people have been detained by police in South Africa after a fresh outbreak of anti-foreigner violence. +1-3    Read More »

Boko Haram slit throats of 12 as army tries to save civilians – sources

(Reuters) – Boko Haram militants have slit the throats of 12 people in northeast Nigeria as the army was trying to evacuate civilians from the area, a military source and a witness said on Friday. +2-2    Read More »


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