Greece Golden Dawn: Neo-Nazi Leaders Guilty of Running Crime Gang

Greece Golden Dawn: Neo-Nazi Leaders Guilty of Running Crime Gang

After a trial lasting more than five years, the leadership of Greece’s neo-Nazi party has been convicted of running a criminal organization. Big crowds gathered outside the court in Athens as the judges gave verdicts on 68 defendants. Golden Dawn won 18 MPs in 2012 as Greeks were battered by a financial crisis. The criminal inquiry into the party began with the murder of an anti-fascist rapper in 2013. Leader Nikos Michaloliakos and six colleagues were convicted of heading a criminal group. Supporter Giorgos Roupakias was found guilty of murdering…

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Jonathan Urges Niger Delta Youths To Shun Violence

Jonathan Urges Niger Delta Youths To Shun Violence

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has urged Niger Delta youths to shun violence to support the economic development of the region and the country. Jonathan spoke on Tuesday in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital, when executives of the Movement for Survival of Izon Ethnic Nationality in the Niger Delta (MOSIEND) visited him. Jonathan said the youth remained the focus of most developmental policies of government, noting that any attempt at restiveness and violence was against their strategic interest. He said: “The future belongs to the youth who are at the centre…

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Feeding Toddlers: Feeding Chart, Meal Ideas, and Serving Sizes

feeding toddlers

WebMD archives content after 2 years to ensure our readers can easily find the most timely content.Your child is walking, climbing, running, and “talking” nonstop now. Such developmental milestones mean his nutritional needs have changed, too.Welcome to toddler territory. Armed with some basic know-how, you’ll discover how best to nourish your child up to age…

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Abiodun Gives BBNaija Winner Laycon House, N5m

Abiodun Gives BBNaija Winner Laycon House, N5m

Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun has appointed Olamilekan Moshood Agbelesebioba, popularly called Laycon, winner of the just-concluded Big Brother Naija Season 5, as the state’s youth ambassador. Prince Abiodun, who made the announcement when he hosted Laycon in his office at Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, also gave him a three-bedroom bungalow and five million Naira. The governor hoped that his good character, excellence, good virtues, calmness and integrity would serve as a model to youths. ”It is hoped that you will help inspire our teeming youths to channel their energies towards positive…

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Eric Trump Sat for deposition as part of Investigation by New York Attorney General

Eric Trump Sat for deposition as part of Investigation by New York Attorney General

New York Eric Trump, who runs day-to-day operations of the family real estate empire, sat for a deposition on Monday as part of the New York Attorney General’s investigation into whether the Trump Organization improperly inflated the value of its assets, a person familiar with the matter. The deposition follows a court battle over whether he would sit for testimony and provides a key step in the New York civil investigation into the Trump Organization. Trump, who according to court records was scheduled to sit for the deposition on Monday,…

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US Supreme Court Allows SC Vote-by-Mail Restriction to Proceed

US Supreme Court Allows SC Vote-by-Mail Restriction to Proceed

The Supreme Court on Monday granted a request from South Carolina Republicans to reinstate the state’s witness-signature requirement on absentee ballots pending appeal. The court’s order on the first day of its new term is a loss for the Democratic National Committee. There were no noted dissents.The court said, however, that any ballots cast before it had acted, and received within two days of the order, cannot be rejected for failing to comply with the witness requirement. Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch indicated they would not have…

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Buhari To Nigerians: Seek Reform For Laws You Don’t Like

Buhari To Nigerians: Seek Reform For Laws You Don’t Like

Nigerians who feel uncomfortable with certain laws should be patient and seek their reform, where necessary, President Muhammadu Buhari said on Monday. The President spoke on Monday while declaring open a two-day joint Executive/Legislative leadership retreat at the Presidential Villa in Abuja. President Buhari noted that the processes and procedures involved in law making as well as governance are ever evolving. He urged those who feel bad about some laws to explore the process of reforms, in line with democratic norms. President Buhari assured Nigerians that the intentions of his…

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Scientists Find Cure For Hepatitis B, Win Nobel Prize

Scientists Find Cure For Hepatitis B, Win Nobel Prize

Houghton,Harvey Alter and Charles Rice,all British scientists, have jointly won the 2020 Nobel Prize in Medicine for discovery of Hepatitis B cure. The Nobel Prize Committee said their discoveries ultimately “saved millions of lives”. The virus is a common cause of liver cancer and a major reason why people need a liver transplant. More than 300 million people have chronic liver infections globally and about 600,000 people die annually from acute or chronic complications of Hepatitis B infection. The highest prevalence of Hepatitis B infection is in sub-Saharan Africa with…

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Ravichandran Ashwin gives ‘Final Warning’ after Aaron Finch Non-Mankad

Ravichandran Ashwin has given a “first and final warning” for the rest of the Indian Premier League after reigniting the controversial ‘Mankad’ debate. The bowler opted not to run Aaron Finch out at the non-striker’s end in Monday’s match between Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore when the Australian left his crease early. Ashwin hinted he would complete the dismissal if other opportunities arose. He did complete a Mankad in last year’s IPL to dismiss England’s Jos Buttler. The dismissal – named after India bowler Vinoo Mankad who ran out…

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Big Brother Naija, Nigerian Youths And The Future

Big Brother Naija, Nigerian Youths And The Future

Big Brother is inspired from George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four with its theme of continuous oppressive surveillance. The first version of the show was broadcast in Veronica in the Netherlands in 1999. The format has become an international TV franchise. While each country or region has its own variation, the common themes is that the contestants (housemates), are confined to the house and have their every action recorded by cameras and microphones and that no contact with the outer world is permitted. The Nigerian version of the show, so far…

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Court Remands Man For Allegedly Defiling His 9-Year-Old Step Daughter

Court extends order on Sugar’s family

An Ebute Meta Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos on Monday ordered that a 37-year-old man, Hameed Ayinla, who allegedly defiled his nine-year-old stepdaughter be remanded in a custodial centre. The police charged Ayinla with defilement. Chief Magistrate F.M Kayode–Alamu, who did not take the plea of Ayinla, ordered that he be remanded in the Ikoyi Custodial Centre. The magistrate ordered the police to file the matter at the Ikeja Sexual and Domestic Violence Court. Kayode–Alamu adjourned the matter until Dec. 10, for mention. Earlier, the Prosecution Counsel, Olu Olubiyi told…

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Flawless 102-Carat Diamond a ‘Bargain’ at $16m

Flawless 102-Carat Diamond a 'Bargain' at $16m

A rare 102-carat white diamond has sold at auction for $15.7m (£12.1m) in what experts say is a “bargain”. The gemstone went to an unnamed telephone bidder. The auction was held online by Sotheby’s in Hong Kong due to the pandemic. The diamond was taken from a 271-carat stone which was discovered at a Canadian mine in 2018. Only seven other diamonds larger than 100 carats and of the same quality have gone under the hammer. The stone did not have a reserve price – a minimum price that the…

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Geraint Thomas Pulls out of Giro D’Italia with Fractured Hip

Geraint Thomas Pulls out of Giro D'Italia with Fractured Hip

Britain’s Geraint Thomas has been forced to pull out of the Giro d’Italia because of a fractured hip. The Ineos Grenadiers rider, 34, crashed just before the start of Monday’s third stage after a drinks bottle became lodged under his front wheel. The Welshman completed the stage but lost more than 12 minutes, effectively ending his hopes of winning the race. A scan on Monday was inconclusive but a second on Tuesday morning showed a fracture. “It’s so frustrating. I’d put so much work in to this race,” said Thomas,…

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