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Pope Francis waves at the faithfulls attending his weekly general audience at the Saint Peter's square, on September 19, 2018, in the Vatican. - AFP PHOTO - Alberto PIZZOLI

Pope Francis to pay tribute to Baltic freedom amid abuse crisis

Pope Francis will start a Baltic tour in Lithuania on Saturday during which he will pay homage to the history of a region that still bears the scars of its Nazi and Soviet occupations.

Thousands rally against Czech government across country

Thousands of protesters rallied across the Czech Republic Monday against the outgoing cabinet led by the second wealthiest Czech, Andrej Babis, a billionaire with a murky past.

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Security guard in court for allegedly stealing N2 million

A 35-year-old security guard, Godfirst Ikechukwu, who police said broke into a house he was guarding and stole property valued at N2 million, was on Friday brought before a Yaba Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos State.

FAAN: Report any airport officer demanding bribe

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has advised passengers and airport users to report any of its security officers demanding bribe to the appropriate authorities.

Over 200 golfers to slug it out at Lagos Golf Open

No fewer than 260 golfers from across the country will converge on the Ikoyi Club 1968 for the 57th edition of the prestigious Lagos Amateur Golf Open.

Insurgency: Nigerian Army constructs holding facility in Borno

The Nigerian Army says it has embarked on the construction of a holding facility in Borno to improve detainee management of insurgents during investigations.
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Juventus apologise for China ‘suicide’ condolence message

Juventus have apologised after the Italian champions came under fire for posting a message on Chinese social media about the apparent suicide of a fan, which was later exposed as untrue.