Innocent Farmers Killed By Deadly Terrorists without trace In Nigeria

Innocent Farmers Killed By Deadly Terrorists without trace In Nigeria

Gunmen believed to be herdsmen/ Boko Haram members killed innocent souls without the government tracing their where about and this have caused confusion among people round the country. It Is believed that these terrorists has been posting several videos on the internet giving warnings and calling to their demands to the government and don’t hide their identity but still the government has not gotten any clue on their location and where about. And so many people have claimed that during the #Endsars protest, the government traced to the last scene…

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NPFL Coach Kennedy Boboye Sign’s A New Contract

NPFL Coach Kennedy Boboye Sign's A New Contract

The Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) coach Mr. Kennedy Boboye has just signed a new one year contract with the Akwa United FC team which will enable him work with the team till the end of 2020/2021 season. Read as tweeted below: Coach Kennedy Boboye has signed a new one year contract with NPFL side @AkwaUnited_fc that will keep him till the end of the 2020/2021 season. Coach Kennedy Boboye has signed a new one year contract with NPFL side @AkwaUnited_fc that will keep him till the end of the…

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NNPC Supporting Industrialization and Job Creation

NNPC Supporting industrialization and Job Creation

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), disclosed that they are expanding its natural gas footprint for the benefits of the youth and other unemployed citizens of the country through the ongoing gas infrastructure project. Their aim for this project is to create industrious good jobs and eradicate poverty from the community and also for the benefit of the society. This job creation is a great opportunity for Nigerian youths to wake up and do something good in order to take care of their personal responsibilities and loved ones. Together, Lets…

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NCDC Nigeria says they are Proud of the Long-Standing Relationship with EU in Nigeria & German Institutions

NCDC Nigeria says they are Proud of the Long-Standing Relationship with EU in Nigeria & German Institutions

According to a recent tweet from the Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC), the Nigerian and German government have really put effort in solving matters that concerned the Nation and have maintained a good relationship that has lasted for years working hand in hand to make sure the prevention of infectious disease is eradicated permanently from the country. Another vote of thanks coming from them also goes to the Minister of Power in Nigeria, Mamman Kwagyang Saleh for his good work, for putting in effort to work endlessly to bring…

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Australian Telescope Maps 3 Million Galaxies In Just 300 Hours

Australian Telescope Maps 3 Million Galaxies In Just 300 Hours

A powerful new telescope in outback Australia has mapped vast areas of the universe in record-breaking time, revealing a million new galaxies and opening the way to new discoveries, the country’s national science agency said on Tuesday. The radio telescope, dubbed the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), was able to map about three million galaxies in just 300 hours. Comparable surveys of the sky have taken as long as 10 years. “It’s really a game changer,” said astronomer David McConnell, who led the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation…

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Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon Surges to 12-Year High

Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon Surges to 12-Year High

Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest surged to a 12-year high in 2020, official government data showed on Monday, with destruction soaring since President Jair Bolsonaro took office and weakened environmental enforcement. In 2020, destruction of the world’s largest rainforest rose 9.5 percent from a year earlier to 11,088sq km (2.7 million acres), according to data from Brazil’s national space research agency Inpe, seven times the size of London. That means Brazil will miss its own target, established under a 2009 climate change law, for reducing deforestation to roughly 3,900sq km. The consequences for…

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Iranian Official Accuses Israel Of killing Fakhrizadeh Remotely

Iranian Official Accuses Israel Of killing Fakhrizadeh Remotely

Tehran, Iran – A senior Iranian security official alleges that Israel assassinated top Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh using remote-controlled technology. “Unfortunately, the operation was very complicated and was done using electronic equipment and no [perpetrators] were at the scene,” Ali Shamkhani, secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, told reporters during Fakhrizadeh’s burial ceremony on Monday. Shamkhani said there was no doubt that Israel and its national intelligence agency, Mossad, were behind the attack. Israel wanted to kill Fakhrizadeh for 20 years, the official said, adding “this time, the…

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Japan’s Crown Prince ‘Approves’ Daughter’s Wedding

Japan's Crown Prince 'Approves' Daughter's Wedding

Japan’s Crown Prince Fumihito said he “approves” of his daughter’s long-postponed plans to marry her university boyfriend, media reports say. Princess Mako was originally set to wed non-royal Kei Komuro in 2018, a year after they announced their engagement. The palace later denied the delay was linked to his mother’s rumoured financial problems. However, the prince reiterated the money issues must be dealt with first, according to Kyodo news agency. “In order for many people to be convinced and celebrate (the marriage), I have said it is important for the…

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Australia Demands China Apologise For Posting ‘Repugnant’ Fake Image

Australia Demands China Apologise For Posting 'Repugnant' Fake Image

Australia has demanded China apologize for posting a fake picture on a government Twitter account that depicted an Australian soldier murdering an Afghan child. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Beijing should be “utterly ashamed” for sharing the “repugnant” image. It comes amid escalating political tensions between the two countries. The image referred to alleged war crimes by Australian soldiers – murders of Afghan civilians and prisoners. Warning: This story contains an image some people might find distressing. Earlier this month, a report found “credible information” that 25 Australian soldiers were…

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Mohsen Fakhrizadeh: Iran Buries Assassinated Nuclear Scientist

Mohsen Fakhrizadeh: Iran Buries Assassinated Nuclear Scientist

Iran has held a funeral for its top nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was assassinated on Friday in an attack that it has blamed on Israel. Defence Minister Amir Hatami vowed in a speech to avenge Fakhrizadeh’s death and continue his path “vigorously”. Another official said those behind the killing had “used electronic equipment” and not been present at the scene. Israel has not commented on the claims. But it believed Fakhrizadeh oversaw a secret nuclear weapons programme. Iran insists that its nuclear programme is entirely peaceful. The funeral ceremony…

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Japan’s Tennis Champion Naomi Osaka Inspires Manga Character

Japan's Tennis Champion Naomi Osaka Inspires Manga Character

Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka has inspired a new manga character who will debut in Nakayoshi magazine next month. The three-time Grand Slam winner shared a picture of her character on Twitter on Sunday – complete with pink hair, an orange visor and a tennis racket. Osaka, the world’s highest-paid female athlete, said she and her sister grew up reading manga and were excited about the new comic. Her sister, Mari Osaka, has been involved with the character’s creation. “Growing up reading manga/watching anime was something that bonded me and…

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British Mercenaries Investigated Over Sri Lanka War Crimes

British Mercenaries Investigated Over Sri Lanka War Crimes

British mercenaries who were involved in the Sri Lankan civil war are being investigated for war crimes by the Metropolitan Police. Private security company Keenie Meenie Services (KMS) trained an elite unit of the Sri Lankan police called the Special Task Force (STF) in the 1980s to fight Tamil separatists. The STF has been implicated in a number of human rights abuses. These have included executions without trial and killings of Tamil civilians. The investigation is believed to be the first time British mercenaries have been investigated by the Met,…

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Dave Prowse: George Lucas Remembers ‘Imposing’ Darth Vader Actor

Dave Prowse: George Lucas Remembers 'Imposing' Darth Vader Actor

Star Wars creator George Lucas has paid tribute to actor Dave Prowse after his death at the age of 85, saying he made Darth Vader “leap off the page”. The US film-maker said Prowse had “an imposing stature and movement performance to match the intensity and undercurrent of Vader’s presence”. He was “up for anything and contributed to the success of what would become a memorable, tragic figure”, Lucas said. Prowse played the masked Vader in the original Star Wars film trilogy. The character’s voice was provided by actor James…

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