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Texas flood toll mounts amid chemical blast fears

New proof of the devastation wrought by monster storm Harvey emerged Wednesday as the bodies of six family members were plucked from receding waters in Texas and flooding triggered fears of a chemical explosion near Houston.

Harvey makes second landfall, hitting Louisiana

Five days after slamming into Texas as a major hurricane, Harvey made a second landfall on Wednesday, hitting Louisiana, a state which still bears deep scars from 2005's Hurricane Katrina.


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Homegrown school feeding to address malnutrition – Osinbajo

Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, has explained that one of the reasons the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration embarked on he Homegrown School Feeding Programme was to address problems of malnutrition, especially in primary school pupils.

Almakura gets Assembly’s nod to sell govt properties

Nasarawa House of Assembly has approved Governor Umaru Tanko Almakura’s request to sell state’s properties in Lagos, Jos and Kaduna states, due to dilapidation and deteriorating condition of the assets.

NIS adopts control mechanism of immigrants at land borders, ports

The Nigeria Immigration Services, NIS, has adopted three control mechanisms on the influx of immigrants into the country for investments/businesses and tourism.

We won’t support further verification exercise – Pensioners

The Nigerian Union of Pensioners (NUP) has warned that it would not support any further verification exercise, saying that it would not allow its members to go through what it described as endless verification exercise.

Kanu accepted restructuring before invasion – Uko

Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, had agreed that Nigeria must be restructured before the military struck at his home a fortnight ago.

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Rioters burn down police buildings in Guinea mining town

Hundreds of rioters in the Guinean bauxite mining town of Boke burned down a police and a gendarmerie building on Thursday and clashed with security forces wielding batons, leaving 17 people injured, the local Red Cross said.

US launches first military base in Israel to curb Iran

The US Army has inaugurated its first military base in Israel, which sends a message of readiness to Iran in the region, local media reported on Tuesday.

29 Rivers athletes, coaches injured in road accident

No fewer than 29 members of the Rivers State contingent to the National Youth Games in Ilorin sustained varying degree of injuries after their bus crashed into a stationary vehicle while returning to Port Harcourt on Monday.

Man arraigned for stealing 500 bags of cement

A middle aged man, Folorunsho Omoniyi, has been arraigned before an Osogbo Magistrate Court for allegedly stealing 500 bags of cement worth about N2 million.

Cross River to introduce Border Security Protection Bill

Cross River House of Assembly says it has concluded plans to introduce “Cross River State Border Security and Protection Bill” to check incessant breakdown of law and order in border communities.