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Man jailed for teaching Islam online

A member of a Muslim minority group has been sentenced to two years in a Chinese prison after forming online discussions groups to teach about Islam.

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Court sentences student to death for killing policeman

A court in Sudan on Sunday sentenced a university student to death after convicting him of killing a policeman during protests in the capital last year, a defence lawyer said.

FA chief wants Nigeria to host CHAN 2018

Mr Musa Talle, FCT FA Chairman on Sunday called on Federal Government to consider hosting the Championship of African Nations (CHAN) football tournament in 2018.

Mourinho delighted with central defenders as Man United win

Jose Mourinho praised the influence of central defenders Eric Bailly and Phil Jones as Manchester United resisted Southampton's pressure in Saturday's 1-0 victory at St Mary's.

Rohingya in Bangladesh need ‘massive’ assistance – UN

Bangladesh needs "massive international assistance" to feed and shelter the 436,000 Rohingya who have fled Myanmar in recent weeks, the head of the UN refugee agency said.

Fish farmers urge fed govt to review incentives to fish importers

The Catfish and Allied Fish Farmers Association of Nigeria (CAFFAN) has urged the Federal Government to review the incentives given to fish importers so as to make local production profitable.

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I didn’t think of Man City for a second – Mourinho

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Lebron James slams Trump over comments on NFL players

United States President Donald Trump received backlash from Basketball sensation, Lebron James, over comments on NFL players and disinvite to the White House.

Motorists urge fed govt to declare emergency on Benin-Auchi-Okene Expressway

Motorists plying the Benin-Auchi-Okene Expressway have urged the Federal Government to declare a state of emergency on the busy highway.

Kwara yellow fever patients medically stable

The two patients diagnosed with yellow fever in Oro-Ago in Ifelodun Local government area of Kwara state are now medically stable.

Mexicans march to protest violence against women

Thousands of women of all ages marched Sunday through Mexico City, demanding justice in the case of a young woman who was kidnapped and murdered.