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Turkey says Gulf Arab rift damages Muslim world as minsters visit Qatar

Turkey says Gulf Arab rift damages Muslim world as minsters visit Qatar

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Turkey said on Wednesday that Qatar’s rift with fellow Gulf Arab states and Egypt was damaging the Islamic world and it would do all it could by diplomatic channels to prevent any ...

University disowns Trump on climate research cited by U.S. president

University disowns Trump on climate research cited by U.S. president

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) officials said U.S. President Donald Trump badly misunderstood their research when he cited it on Thursday to justify withdrawing the ...

Nigeria lags behind ECOWAS countries on arms marking – PRESCOM

Nigeria lags behind ECOWAS countries on arms marking – PRESCOM

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The Presidential Committee on Small Arms and Light Weapons (PRESCOM) has said that Nigeria is lagging behind other ECOWAS countries the tracing, marking, security and safe-keeping ...

DSS Foils attack on UK, US Embassies

DSS Foils attack on UK, US Embassies

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The Department of State Services (DSS) wishes to inform the public about its continued effort in ensuring that the activities of Boko Haram insurgents, kidnappers and other ...

Abike Dabiri calls for calm in India attacks

Abike Dabiri calls for calm in India attacks

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Following multiple distress calls by Nigerian students in India on concerns on their safety as a result of renewed attacks on them, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Senior Special ...

Xenophobic attacks: Nigerian Senate cancels trip to South Africa

Xenophobic attacks: Nigerian Senate cancels trip to South Africa

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The Senate has announced the cancellation of plan to send a delegation to South Africa over the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in that country. Briefing plenary after a ...

South African police fire tear gas to disperse anti-immigrant protesters

South African police fire tear gas to disperse anti-immigrant protesters

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South African Police fired tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets to disperse hundreds of citizens and non-nationals marching in the capital on Friday, following looting of ...

Trump travel ban sparks protest in Rome

Trump travel ban sparks protest in Rome

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Protesters chanted outside the U.S. Embassy in Rome on Thursday against President Donald Trump’s order to restrict entry into the United States for refugees and citizens of seven ...

36,000 Nigerians crossed Mediterranean to Italy in 2016

36,000 Nigerians crossed Mediterranean to Italy in 2016

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Illegal migrants from Nigeria account for 21 per cent of the total 171, 299 immigrants that braved the Mediterranean odds to arrive Italy in 2016. Figures from the Italian ...

Cote d’viore cabinet resigns

Cote d’viore cabinet resigns

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Cote d’Iviore prime minister, Daniel Duncan, on Monday, announced that he and his entire government were stepping down. According to report, a cabinet reshuffle had already ...

Nigeria won’t let Guinea Bissau down, Buhari assures

Nigeria won’t let Guinea Bissau down, Buhari assures

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President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday assured that as the Chairman of ECOWAS Contact Group on Guinea Bissau, he will do his best to ensure that the country did not relapse into ...

Obama: I could’ve defeated Trump

Obama: I could’ve defeated Trump

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Outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama said he could have defeated Republican Donald Trump in the November 8 presidential election if he had run against him. Mr. Obama told his ...

EU pledges $20 million to rebuild North-East, Niger Delta

EU pledges $20 million to rebuild North-East, Niger Delta

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The European Union, EU, has pledged $20 million to support the Federal Government to rebuild mainly markets and warehouses in the North-East and Niger Delta regions. The EU ...

Nigeria pledges continuous support for South Sudan peace process

Nigeria pledges continuous support for South Sudan peace process

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President Muhammadu Buhari Monday in Abuja called for stronger commitment to the implementation of the peace process in South Sudan while assuring that the Federal Government will ...

Denmark pledges to help Nigeria improve local milk production

Denmark pledges to help Nigeria improve local milk production

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Denmark’s Minister Counsellor in Nigeria, Jacob Erikstrup, on Wednesday said his government and some Danish companies’ planned to support Nigeria in boosting her local milk ...

Buhari congratulates Trump

Buhari congratulates Trump

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On behalf of the Government and people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari congratulates President-elect Donald Trump on his victory in the United ...

CODE’s Observer Delegates Departs for the United States

CODE’s Observer Delegates Departs for the United States

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A leading Nigerian Civil Society Organization (CSO), Connected Development with Observer Status to monitor the US Presidential elections departs ahead of time for the United ...

Iraqi forces enter eastern outskirts of Mosul

Iraqi forces enter eastern outskirts of Mosul

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Iraqi anti-terrorism forces on Tuesday penetrated Gogjali village on the eastern outskirts of Mosul as part of an offensive to liberate the city from Islamic State militants, a ...

Trump vows to `totally accept’ election result if he wins

Trump vows to `totally accept’ election result if he wins

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Republican candidate Donald Trump on Thursday said he will accept the results of the U.S. presidential election if he wins. “I would like to promise and pledge to all of my ...

Red Cross spends $138 million on displaced persons in Lake Chad Region

Red Cross spends $138 million on displaced persons in Lake Chad Region

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The International Committee of the Red Cross, ICRC, has said it budgeted 136 million Swiss francs (about $138 million) for humanitarian services in the Lake Chad Region in 2016. ...

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