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Donald Trump: I’m more popular than Barack Obama

President Donald Trump took the opportunity during a tax reform roundtable in Cleveland, Ohio, on Saturday, to say he was “above Obama,” citing his approval rating from a conservative-leaning poll.

Melania Trump, America’s enigmatic first lady

Groomed to perfection yet rarely heard in public, Melania Trump is an enigma -- a first lady whose opinions, marriage and goals remain a mystery to millions of Americans.

Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton most admired US persons in 2017 – poll

Former President Barack Obama and former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton retained their titles among U.S. adults as the most admired man and woman anywhere in the world in 2017 for the tenth consecutive year.

Australia to hold postal vote to decide on same-sex marriage law

Australia will hold a non-compulsory postal vote on legalizing same-sex marriage if a second bid to win political support for a national ballot fails, a minister said on Monday.

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Leicester agree deal for Porto full-back Ricardo Pereira

Leicester City have agreed terms with Porto for the £17.5 million ($23.5m) transfer of Ricardo Pereira, subject to international clearance.

Abdullahi Abbas emerges Kano APC chairman

Alhaji Abdullahi Abbas, the former Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kano State, has been declared as re-elect, with 31 others emerging as new state leaders of the party.

IS fighters being evacuated from south Damascus

A first batch of Islamic State group fighters left their final stronghold in the south of Syria's Damascus early Sunday under a deal struck after weeks of fierce combat, a monitor said.

UK jails Nigerian nationals for stealing more than £1 million

Two Nigerians, Emmanuel Mmaduike and Olawale Kashimawo, both 31, who operated a London-based cyber crime group have been jailed after stealing more than £1m.

Prophet Fakolade: President Buhari’s re-election bid ill-fated

Self-acclaimed spiritualist and leader of Divine Intelligence Ministry, Prophet George Fakolade, on Saturday warned President Muhammadu Buhari, to stop further activities towards his re-election in 2019, saying the second bid is ill-fated.