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The Las Vegas gunman transferred $100,000 overseas in the days before the attack and planned the massacre so meticulously that he even set up cameras inside the peephole of his high-rise hotel room and on a service cart outside his door, apparently to spot anyone coming for him, authorities said.
More than 50 people are dead and over 200 others injured after a shooting near the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay hotel, Good Morning America is reporting alongside dpa, which quoted a figure of over 20 dead and 100 injured at a press conference addressed by the police.
A mass shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas, US, has resulted in two deaths while 24 persons are reportedly injured.
Andre Villas-Boas claims he rejected an approach from Paris Saint-Germain while manager of Tottenham, a move he claims he now regrets.
Federal Government yesterday said that it would spend 1 per cent of the entire consolidated revenue fund on healthcare this year, in compliance with the health act.
Rauf Aregbesola, outgoing governor of Osun state, says he has not received salary since he assumed office as governor.
Vice President Mike Pence and Chinese leader Xi Jinping exchanged barbs and tough talk in competing speeches to world leaders Saturday, with Pence warning the United States could double its tariffs on Beijing unless it bowed to U.S. demands.
France captain Hugo Lloris admits the world champions were fortunate to only lose 2-0 to Netherlands in Rotterdam.
The Katsina State government has released N400 million for the payment of monthly stipends to 5,000 youths engaged in the newly introduced state-power programme tagged “S-Power”.
A former Governor of Old Kaduna State, Balarabe Musa, on Friday, condemned the conferment of one of the 2018 Africa Value Awards on the Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, for “effective leadership and economic empowerment and development.”
Golakeeper Itumeleng Khune has pleaded to South Africans to come out in their large numbers and support them when they face Nigeria in a crucial 2019 AFCON qualifier this Saturday in Johannesburg.
The EU published contingency plans for a “no-deal” Brexit on Tuesday, outlining a host of travel rights Britons would lose, from recognition of driving licences to loss of pet passports.
As the country is preparing for the 2019 general elections, political parties and politicians in Nigeria have been tasked on the need to desist from activities capable of making conduct of peaceful elections impossible.