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Sudan: Protests over cost hikes continue for fifth day

Demonstrations in parts of Sudan continued for the fifth successive day on Sunday, as doctors prepared to strike over the increasing expense of bread and fuel. A minimum of 10 individuals have actually been killed since the presentations started on Wednesday after the federal government treked the rate of a loaf of bread from one Sudanese pound to three (about $0.02 to $0.06). Protesters are…
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LOCALNEWS

Okowa, Ibori calls for soul winning for Christ

As Divine Method Baptist Church Clocks 25 Years DELTA State Governor, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa and former Guv of the state, Chief James Ibori have contacted Christians to be actively associated with ministration to win souls for Christ. They spoke on Sunday…
LOCALNEWSPOLITICS

Osinbajo satisfies Hausa community leader in Lagos

The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, on Sunday took his door-to-door project to the Hausa commuity leader of Agege, Alhaji Musa Dogonkadai. Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo (middle); Lagos State Guv, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode (left) and APC Governorship Candidate…
NEWSSPORTS

From one Club World Cup to another: Whatever that's changed at Real Madrid in a year

Club World Cup – Real MadridTwelve months have passed From one Club World Cup to another A year has actually passed and something remains the exact same. In2018, Real Madrid end the year by winning their third successive Club WorldCup, a seventh in their history, just as they ended 2017 by raising the trophy. On December 23, 2017, prior to a Clasico, Sergio Ramos revealed the prize…
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LOCALNEWS

OPEC in a 'Whatever It Takes' Moment to Prop Up Oil Rates

Reuters. OPEC in a’Whatever It Takes’Minute to Prop Up Oil Rates (Bloomberg)– OPEC hasn’t even started implementing its new six-month arrangement to cut output, and currently members accountable for the majority of the decreases have actually vowed to extend or even deepen it.Authorities from Iraq, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates agreed with Saudi Arabia’s…
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NEWS

Death Toll From Indonesia Tsunami Rises To 222

A volcano-triggered tsunami has left a minimum of 222 people dead and hundreds more injured after slamming without warning into beaches around Indonesia’s Sunda Strait, officials said Sunday, voicing worries that the toll would rise further.Hundreds of buildings…
FOREIGNNEWS

Baghdad's Green Zone opens its gates to public after 15 years

For 15 years, most Iraqis have been unable to access the heart of Baghdad. But the tall concrete walls and barbed wire that have actually closed off the Green Zone for many years are finally boiling down. The Green Zone, a 10 square kilometre location in central Baghdad, has…
FOREIGNNEWS

Guatemalan family mourns Jakelin Caal, 7, who died in US custody

San Antonio Secortez, Guatemala-Nine-year-old Audel Caal brings a small arrangement of artificial white flowers as he diminishes the dirt course leading to his grandfather’s home in the rural Guatemalan town of San Antonio Secortez. Paying attention to the details, he carefully positions the arrangement in a glass and aligns a framed photo of the younger sister, Jakelin. “I’m…
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