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American state to resume prisoner executions after 20 years

The death penalty will resume in Nebraska for the first time in 20 years, with the US state planning to execute a convicted killer using a new, untested combination of drugs.

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Enugu government sets up judicial panel of inquiry over monarch’s death

The Enugu State Government has set up a Judicial Panel of Inquiry to find out what led to the death of the Traditional Ruler, Igwe Stephen Nwatu.

Security: Police deploy AIG to Lagos airport

In an effort to boost security, the federal government has deployed an Assistant Inspector-General of Police (AIG), Danjuma Muhammad, to take charge of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Police Command.
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NGO laments reckless felling of trees

Worried by the threats of deforestation in the country, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Bauchi State, Natural Resources Conservation Foundation, has lamented the reckless felling of trees in the society, which it said, creates artificial desertification and other disasters such as the recent windstorm that rocked the state.
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VAR: Talking point of World Cup 2018

Video Assistant Referee (VAR) is being used at a World Cup for the first time.
England fan and LGBT+ rights campaigner Di Cunningham displays a rainbow flag before England's first World Cup match. [AFP|Getty Images]

Three Lions Pride: Russian people have been ‘really welcoming’

Di Cunningham of Three Lions Pride says she is pleased that she has come to Russia to support England at the World Cup.