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Taiwan’s Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a U.S. electronic company to pay 500 million dollars in damages to 486 workers and families for dumping cancer-causing chemical solvents at factory sites in Taiwan.
Seven people -- five of them firefighters -- died in a fire that broke out late Saturday in an electronics factory in northern Taiwan, the local fire department said.
In the bid to reposition the team for better performance, the management of the Akure-based Sunshine Stars FC on Monday announced minor reshuffling of its technical crew.
The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has reinstated Equatorial Guinea to the upcoming Women's Africa Cup of Nations after an appeal.
The Anambra State House of Assembly Speaker, Rita Maduagwu, has been impeached by the lawmakers.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has declared that allegation against him by the House of Representatives Committee on Emergency and Disaster Preparedness on the approval of N5.8 billion from the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) was both ‘false and misleading’, saying he did not violate any law in the approval of the fund.
Italian police on Tuesday bulldozed a symbolic makeshift camp in Rome which has housed tens of thousands of migrants during their journeys to northern Italy and the rest of Europe.