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Human Rights Watch urges Egypt to halt pre-election arrests

Human Rights Watch sharply criticised Egyptian authorities on Monday for a series of "arbitrary" arrests of political opponents of President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi ahead of next month's presidential election, which the watchdog considers "unfair."

Egypt adds detained Islamist politician to terror list

An Egyptian court has added a detained Islamist politician to a list of wanted "terrorists" over his alleged links to the country's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group.


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Martin Luther King Jr’s granddaughter appeals for ‘gun-free world’

The nine-year-old granddaughter of Martin Luther King Jr. made a rousing appearance at a huge protest for gun control in Washington on Saturday, saying that like the slain civil rights leader she too has a dream -- "a gun-free world."

2019: Presidency advises PDP against raising false alarms

The Presidency has advised the leadership of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to stop raising false alarms in order to gain public sympathy and divert attention from its abysmal past record and failures.

Presidency: Why we won’t stop talking about corruption in past government

The presidency, Saturday, night said the present administration will not stop talking about the alleged massive corruption in previous administration because of the collateral damage it had on the economy of the country.

Japan’s Sara Takanashi breaks all-time record with 54th World Cup win

Japanese ski jumper Sara Takanashi clinched the all-time record for most World Cup wins with her first victory of the season in Oberstdorf on Saturday.

IGP Ibrahim Idris directs 24-hour surveillance in schools

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ibrahim Idris on Saturday directed a 24-hour police surveillance to provide security in schools across Yobe.

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Rainstorm renders hundreds of residents homeless in llorin

Hundreds of residents in various parts of Ilorin, the Kwara capital, have been rendered homeless by rainstorm, following downpour which lasted for over three hours on Saturday evening.

NEXIM Bank board gets new chairman

A former Deputy Governor (Economic Policies) at Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Joseph Nnanna, has been named as the Chairman of Board of Nigeria Export Import Bank (NEXIM) by the federal government.

New Caledonia to vote on independence from France in November

Lawmakers on the tiny French overseas territory of New Caledonia voted on Monday to hold an independence referendum on November 4, the culmination of decades of campaigning by separatists to break from their old colonial master.

Taraba Police arrest 13-man robbery syndicate

The Taraba State police command, on Tuesday, paraded a 13-man armed robbery syndicate that specialises in terrorising business owners and homes within the Jalingo metropolis.

Ahmed Ketso: Senator Umaru a disgruntled, desperate politician

The Deputy Governor of Niger State, Ahmed Mohammed Ketso, has berated the Senator representing Niger East, David Umaru, for criticising the current administration, describing him as a “desperate politician.”