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Three US marines die in plane crash

Three U.S. Marines who were missing in the crash of an Osprey aircraft have been declared dead, according to reports.

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I knew Neymar was in a ‘difficult moment’ after Barca fight – Nelson Semedo

Barcelona's Nelson Semedo says he understood Neymar was going through a "difficult moment" when the two clashed in preseason, but adds he was annoyed by the incident at the time.

Bayern Munich’s Jerome Boateng considers move abroad

Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng has told Sport Bild that the idea of another transfer abroad "is always in the back of my mind."

Ghana’s Kwesi Appiah cautions Egypt about Mohamed Salah dependency

Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah has warned Egypt about their over-reliance on talisman Mohamed Salah as the Pharaohs prepare to make a return to the World Cup.

Willian happy at Chelsea despite Manchester United speculation

Willian has told Chelsea fans he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge amid speculation of a possible reunion with former boss Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.

South Sudan needs $1.7 billion humanitarian aid in 2018

South Sudan needs 1.7 billion dollars in aid in 2018 to help six million people, half of its population, cope with the effects of war, hunger and economic decline, the government and the United Nations announced on Wednesday.

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Senate begins probe of SARS

The Senate on Tuesday resolved to investigate the activities of the special anti-robbery squad (SARS).

Macron in Qatar to discuss terror financing

French President Emmanuel Macron arrived, in Qatar, on Thursday, for an hours-long trip to the country amid a boycott of Doha by four Arab nations.

Federal govt raises alarm over Nigeria’s population growth

Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, over the weekend raised a fresh alarm over Nigeria’s rate of population growth.

Free education outdated, irrelevant – Seye Senfuye

A former Accountant General in Ogun State, Seye Senfuye, has rued political parties which still flaunt free education as one of their manifestoes, arguing that the world has moved on from free education to a functional education that frees the mind from slavery and engenders creative thinking.

UN Security Council condemns resurgence of slave trade in Libya

The UN Security Council on Thursday condemned the slave trade of African migrants in Libya as “heinous human rights abuses which may also amount to crimes against humanity,” and called on those responsible to be held to account.