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Muslim women felicitate with Christians on Christmas, pray for peace, love

The Federation of Muslim Women Association of Nigeria (FOMWAN), Plateau Chapter, has extended felicitation to Nigerians, especially Christian faithful, on Christmas, praying for peace and love.

Olumba, Royal fathers preach peace for Nigeria’s survival

The Sole spiritual Leader of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, BCS, His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu, has advocated for a peaceful coexistence of all ethnic nationalities if the country must move forward.

Nigerian poets honoured as Korea marks centenary of independence movement

Several Nigerian poets were rewarded for their creativity at the Korea-Nigeria Poetry Feast in Abuja to mark the 100th anniversary of the Korean Independence Movement.

Ramadan: Minister Kayode Fayemi greets Muslims

Minister of Mines and Steel Development and Governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has congratulated Muslims in the state and Nigeria in general as they commence another season of Ramadan.

Ramadan: Islamic cleric urges Muslims to pray for peace

Sheikh Abdul Ishola, an Enugu-based renowned Islamic cleric, has called on Muslim faithful to offer special prayers for peace and oneness of the country during the forthcoming Ramadan fasting period.

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The High Administrative Court turned down an appeal by 80 researchers who favour the veil against a 2015 decision by the president of Cairo University banning them from wearing the niqab at the university.

Egypt’s top court upholds ban on face veil at Cairo university

Female faculty members at a flagship university in Egypt will not be able to wear the niqab, or full face veil, ruled the country’s top administrative court as it upheld a ban, state media reported on Monday.
The University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir’s administration declined to comment on the decision, while rights activists, civil society groups and social media users referred to the move as oppressive.

Pakistan school bans female students from using lipstick on campus

A university in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, on Monday, cried out on social media for banning female students from wearing lipstick on campus.
Rafael Nadal moved one step closer to a record-equalling 20th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open on Monday, overcoming home favourite Nick Kyrgios 6-3, 3-6, 7-6(6), 7-6(4) in front of a packed crowd at Rod Laver Arena.

Rafael Nadal sees off challenge of Nick Kyrgios to advance in Australian Open

Rafa Nadal tamed a spirited challenge from Nick Kyrgios with a superb performance to reach the Australian Open quarter-finals for the 12th time.
The Gambian government on Sunday launched a crackdown on a weeks-old movement demanding the departure of President Adama Barrow, following violent demonstrations in which medical officials say three protesters were killed.

Gambia launches crackdown on protest movement

The Gambian government on Sunday launched a crackdown on a weeks-old movement demanding the departure of President Adama Barrow, following violent demonstrations in which medical officials say three protesters were killed.

Woman docked for allegedly pouring hot water on 12-year-old girl

A 35-year-old woman, Ganiat El-Hakeem, on Monday appeared in an Ikorodu Magistrates’ Court in Lagos, for allegedly pouring hot water on a 12 year-old girl.