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Rivers United coach Stanley Eguma blames poor first half display for defeat at Abia...

“We lost the game in the first half. Our opponents had a better first half than us,” technical manager of Rivers United FC, Stanley Eguma, told his club’s official website shortly after the final whistle.

Rivers United retain 21 players for new NPFL season

Rivers United have retained 21 players for the new Nigerian Professional League season (NPFL) season and will commence preparations on Monday.

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Serbia's Novak Djokovic reacts to France's Jeremy Chardy during their men's singles semi-finals match at the ATP Queen's Club Championships tennis tournament in west London on June 23, 2018. Serbia's Novak Djokovic beat France's Jeremy Chardy 7-6 (7/5), 6-4.Ben STANSALL / AFP

Novak Djokovic ends drought to reach Queen’s showpiece

Novak Djokovic ended his final drought as the former world number one reached his first title match for a year with a 7-6 (7/5), 6-4 win against Jeremy Chardy at Queen's Club on Saturday.
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University of Jos awards degrees to 18,348 graduate students

The University of Jos has awarded degrees to 18, 348 graduate students, out of which 165 graduated with Doctor of Philosophy Degrees (PhDs) and 33 others graduated with first class.
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APC convention: PDP is no alternative – Comrade Oshiomhole

Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, Saturday, took charge of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as National Chairman, saying the APC is the darling of Nigerians while the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) “is no alternative”.
Belgium hero Romelu Lukaku

Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku optimistic he’ll be fit after picking up ankle injury

Romelu Lukaku is optimistic that he will be able to play against England on Thursday in Kaliningrad despite injuring his ankle during Belgium's impressive 5-2 win against Tunisia on Saturday.
Saudi women allowed to drive | AP | Hasan Jamali

Saudi Arabia lifts ban on women driving

Women throughout Saudi Arabia waited for the stroke of midnight, turned the keys in the ignition, fired up their engines — and hit the road to a bright new future.