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PSG face Barcelona and Real Madrid face Atleti – Champions League draw in full

UEFA Champions League Trophy

(Goal) – Paris Saint-Germain will face Barcelona and Real Madird  will meet city rivals Atletico in the quarter-finals of Champions League. 00    Read More »

Islamic State video purports to show Kurdish peshmerga beheadings

A destroyed building with a wall painted with the black flag commonly used by Islamic State militants, is seen in the town of al-Alam

(Reuters) – Islamic State has published a video purporting to show the beheading of three Kurdish peshmerga fighters in northern Iraq by militants who threatened to kill “dozens” more of those being held captive. 00    Read More »

NNPC tackles Emir Sanusi over missing $20 billion

NNPC tackles Emir Sanusi over missing $20 billion

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, on Tuesday attacked the former Central Bank of Nigeria and current Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, accusing him of attempting to hang the corruption tag on it by all means. 00    Read More »

US Vice President calls President Jonathan, backs use of card readers

U.S. Vice President calls President Jonathan, backs use of card readers

The United States Vice President, Joe Biden, has expressed his country’s support for the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to deploy voter card readers for Nigeria’s upcoming elections. 00    Read More »

Tunis Bardo museum: Nine suspects arrested for links to attack

Tunis Bardo museum: Nine suspects arrested for links to attack

Nine people have been arrested in connection with a gun attack in Tunis that saw 23 people killed on Wednesday, including 20 foreign tourists. 00    Read More »

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