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‘Africa is no shithole’: outrage over Donald Trump remark

Africans reacted angrily Friday after Donald Trump reportedly referred to their nations as "shithole countries", with many lashing the US president for racism and ignorance.

Africa alarmed by Donald Trump’s ‘shithole’ comment

Africa is “frankly alarmed” by President Donald Trump’s questioning why the U.S. would accept more immigrants from Haiti and “shithole countries” in Africa.

Kenyatta urged to stop drinking alcohol

The head of Kenya's Central Organization of Trade Unions, the umbrella body for the country's trade unions, has appealed to President Uhuru Kenyatta to stop drinking alcohol.

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FUT Minna expels PhD student for plagiarism, 3 others for overstaying

Authorities of Federal University of Technology, FUT, Minna, Niger State, has expelled a doctoral student, Olateju Ademola Mukaila, for plagiarism while three undergraduates were also expelled for overstaying in the institution.
Tosin Omoyele

Plateau United striker Tosin Omoyele to undergo trials at Norwegian club Stabaek

Omoyele made his name at NNL side Osun United, where he scored 15 goals before he moved to champions Plateau United for this season to cool off interests from several other top NPFL sides.

Kwara government decries vandalism, theft of streetlights

Kwara State government has warned against vandalism and theft of streetlight cables and bulbs and other components of solar farm tunnels currently being built in Ilorin under the Light-Up Kwara (LUK) project.
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South Korea’s ex-president gets another 8 years in prison

A South Korean court on Friday sentenced impeached former President Park Geun Hye to a total of eight years in prison on top of the 24 years she already faces, in a verdict that found her guilty of accepting slush funds from the nation’s intelligence agency and interfering in an election.
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Study: CT scan increases risk of brain tumour

Computed tomography (CT) or computerised axial tomography (CAT) scan may increase the risk of brain tumour, a research has found.