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About 1,000 students of the Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa Oyo State have threatened court action against the management of the institution for their alleged non-accreditation of courses they studied in school.

Oyo polytechnic students accuse government, management of academic fraud

Over 1,000 students of the Adesun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa, Oyo State, have expressed sadness on how the Oyo State government and the institution treated them on courses’ accreditation, alleging that instead of the state government and the institution to invest in their future, they have succeeded in ruining their lives.
Seamus Lawless

British climber becomes latest to die on Everest

A British climber has become the latest to die on Mount Everest - where 10 people are said to have died in the last few weeks.

10 climbers die on Mount Everest

The deaths of an Irish and a British climber on Mount Everest took the toll from a deadly week on the world’s highest peak to 10, expedition organisers said Saturday.
A small plane veered off the runway and hit two helicopters while taking off near Mount Everest on Sunday, killing three people and injuring three, officials said. 4

Three killed in aircraft runway accident near Everest

A small plane veered off the runway and hit two helicopters while taking off near Mount Everest on Sunday, killing three people and injuring three, officials said.

Three foreign trekkers die near Mount Everest base camp

Three trekkers from Japan, Malaysia and France died in Nepal’s Everest Region after a one-week trek, the local Nepal police said on Wednesday.

Japanese climber dies on Mount Everest

A 36-year-old Japanese climber was found dead on Monday on Mount Everest, the third fatality of the spring climbing season on the world’s highest peak.

Sherpa reaches summit of Everest for the 22nd time

The record for the number of times a person has made it to the top of Mount Everest has been broken.

Court bans blind people, amputees from climbing mount Everest

Nepal’s Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed a government decree that bans blind people and double-amputees from climbing Everest, weeks before the beginning of the popular climbing season on the world’s highest peak.

Nepal bans solo climbers from Everest

Nepal has banned solo climbers from scaling its mountains, including Mount Everest, in a bid to reduce accidents, an official said Saturday.

Shell completes sale of UK North Sea asset package to Chrysaor for up to...

This sale was announced on 31 January 2017 and has an effective date of 1 July 2016. Completion follows receipt of all necessary regulatory and partner approvals.

Hidden film treasures brought to life in British vault

In a refrigerated vault outside London filled with old film reels, a team of curators is bringing to life forgotten masterpieces of early cinema history.

Netflix taps Oscar-winner Damien Chazelle for musical series

Oscar-winning director Damien Chazelle is to bring an eight-episode musical drama set in Paris to Netflix, the internet streaming service announced on Friday.

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