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The Federal Government has set up an advisory board to look into the trans boundary water issues with other countries especially the River Niger and River Benue which cut across the countries.
Kwara state university (KWASU), Malete, has unveiled doctoral degree programme in advanced military studies (IAMS) to prepare students for intellectual solution to war, crime and conflicts in African nations.
Thousands of mourners took part in the funeral Sunday in Jerusalem of a radical Israeli rabbi who led opposition to attempts to force ultra-Orthodox religious students to serve in the military.
Former Head of Service of the Federation, Professor Oladapo Afolabi, has emphasised the need to reform the nation’s universities system, by making it more productive, competitive and adequately well with other universities in the world.
Salih Muslim, a prominent former leader of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) in Syria, has been arrested in the Czech capital, according to Turkish security officials and the PYD.
Xi Jinping, China's most powerful leader for decades, could stay in office indefinitely after the Communist Party called for the removal of presidential term limits.
Supporters at the Carabao Cup final between Manchester City and Arsenal on Sunday will be made aware when a video assistant referee (VAR) review is taking place as English Football League officials have told those at Wembley Stadium to show a graphic on video boards, according to The Times.
The President of Nigerian Meteorological Society (NMets), Prof. Clement Akoshile, on Tuesday predicted bumper harvest in the 2018 farming season.
Switzerland has imposed sanctions including asset freezes and travel bans on 14 allies of Democratic Republic of Congo’s President Joseph Kabila amid a worsening political crisis linked to his refusal to step down.
The Kogi State High Court sitting in Lokoja on Friday sentenced the leader of a six-man land grabbing gang, Mohammed Sani Audu to death by hanging.
The UN Security Council has unanimously demanded a 30-day ceasefire in Syria, as new air strikes on the rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta took the civilian death toll from seven days of bombing to more than 500.