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Santi Cazorla plays for Villarreal after nearly two years out with Achilles injury

Santi Cazorla says he is "eternally grateful" for the help he has received after playing his first match for nearly two years and bringing his injury nightmare to an end.
A woman reacts after a train accident at Corlu district, in Tekirdag on July 8, 2018.Ten people were killed and 73 injured on July 8 when a train packed with weekend passengers derailed in northwest Turkey, sate-run TRT Haber television said, quoting the health ministry. / AFP PHOTO / DHA / DHA / Turkey OUT

Ten killed, dozens injured in Turkey train derailment

Ten people were killed and more than 70 injured on Sunday when a train packed with weekend passengers derailed in northwest Turkey, the health ministry said.
Serena Williams

Serena Williams battles into Wimbledon second round

Serena Williams kicked off her bid for an eighth Wimbledon title with a hard-fought 7-5, 6-3 victory over Holland’s Arantxa Rus on Monday.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan casts his vote in Istanbul on Sunday | Getty Images

World reaction to Recep Erdogan’s election victory

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won a decisive victory in an election, handing him five more years in office with sweeping new powers.
German chancellor Angela Merkel

EU leaders tackle political flare-up over migrants

EU leaders headed to Brussels for emergency talks Sunday over migration as Italy's new populist cabinet turned away another rescue ship, vowing no longer to shoulder Europe's migrant burden.

Senegal to the rescue as African teams struggle at World Cup

Senegal proved to be Africa’s saving grace at the World Cup on Tuesday. Take away their win over Poland and it is five defeats in five for the continent’s representatives in Russia.

World Cup: Injured Leon Balogun misses training ahead of Croatia match

Super Eagles defender, Leon Balogun, has left many Nigerian fans in panic mood after he pulled up with an injury ahead their Group D opening match against Croatia at the on-going Russia 2018 World Cup.

Ben Nwabueze faults President Buhari’s June 12 declaration

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Ben Nwabueze, has faulted the June 12 declaration made by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Serena Williams ‘betrayed’ as Maria Sharapova feud fires up French Open

Serena Williams will be fired up to tighten her 14-year grip on Maria Sharapova by a sense of betrayal as the two iconic stars play out the latest chapter of their bitter feud at the French Open on Monday.

Denmark bans wearing of face veils in public

Denmark has banned the wearing of face veils in public, joining France and other parts of Europe in outlawing the burqa and the niqab worn by some Muslim women.

EU Court: Grandparents have right to see grandchildren

"The notion of rights of access refers not only to the rights of access of parents to their child, but also to the rights of access of other persons with whom it is important for the child to maintain a personal relationship, among others, the child’s grandparents," the court ruled.

After Mo Salah heartbreak, Mo Safwat gives Egypt boost at Roland Garros

Egypt’s Mohamed Safwat was handed a shock last-minute entry into the French Open on Sunday and a clash against Bulgarian fourth seed Grigor Dimitrov on the showcase Court Philippe Chatrier.

Super Eagles defender Stephen Eze ‘disappointed’ to be dropped from World Cup squad

Bulgaria-based defender Stephen Eze has expressed his disappointment after being dropped from the Super Eagles squad to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Italian footballer and ex-girlfriend found dead after suspected murder-suicide

Italian footballer, Federico Zini, has been found dead along with his ex-girlfriend after a suspected murder-suicide, according to reports in Italy on Saturday.

Asamoah Gyan dropped as Levante’s Emmanuel Boateng earns debut Ghana call-up

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has handed debut call-ups to Levante's Emmanuel Boateng and Kwesi Kyere of Bayern Munich for two international friendly games in June against Japan and Iceland.

EU leaders united over Iran nuclear deal

Leaders of the European Union were united in their resolve that the Iran nuclear deal needed to be preserved despite the US decision to withdraw from it, they said on Thursday.

World Cup: Kano Pillars’ Junior Lokosa in as Gernot Rohr names Super Eagles’ provisional...

Kano Pillars’ Junior Lokosa, who has a knack to score at least a goal in every two matches, is among the 30 players listed by Super Eagles’ manager Gernot Rohr in Nigeria’s provisional list for the Russia 2018 World Cup.

Agent: Junior Lokosa in Bulgaria to sign pre-contract, back Thursday

The agent of Junior Lokosa has said the Kano Pillars striker will be at Bulgarian club PFC Ludogrets to sign a pre-contract agreement and will return to the country latest Thursday.

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Park Geun Hye

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.
Picture of a person having a CT scan

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.
Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF)

FAAC: Governors give conditions for resumption of revenue sharing

Governors of the 36 states have said the resumption of the sharing of revenue by the Federal, States and Local Governments by the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee meetings will only resume when the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation remits what is due to government coffers.
President Buhari presides over Federal Executive Council (FEC) Meeting in State House on 4th July 2018

President Buhari uged to probe alleged monetary inducement in Ekiti election

Civil Liberties Organization (CLO) in Anambra State has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to probe the alleged massive monetary inducement of voters by political parties, especially the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) during the last Saturday’s Ekiti State governorship election.

Governor Ortom’s planned exit not threat to APC – chieftain

Biodun Salami, the assistant publicity secretary of Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has said that the exit of the Benue State governor, Mr. Samuel Ortom, was not a threat to the party.