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Zimbabwe opposition chief eyes ‘Obama effect’ in historic poll

Zimbabwe's main opposition leader and presidential hopeful Nelson Chamisa believes he will ride a wave of youthful optimism to election victory, emulating Barack Obama, Emmanuel Macron and Justin Trudeau.

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Japan's world No 1 Naomi Osaka in action during her 6-3, 6-3 second-round defeat to Kristina Mladenovic of France at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Tuesday night. EPA

Tearful Naomi Osaka stunned by Kristina Mladenovic in Dubai

A tearful Naomi Osaka said she was struggling with the attention of being the world’s top-ranked woman after being stunned 6-3 6-3, by France’s Kristina Mladenovic in her opening match at the Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships on Tuesday.

Jackie Chan to shoot new film in Dubai

Asian action superstar Jackie Chan will return to Dubai to film one of his latest movies with director Stanley Tong this month, the Dubai Film and TV Commission said.
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Aaron Ramsey returns to full Arsenal training ahead of BATE Borisov second leg

Aaron Ramsey has returned to full training ahead of a potential return to action in Arsenal's Europa League second leg against BATE Borisov.
Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr

Gernot Rohr urged to give more players Super Eagles chance

Ex–international Raphael Ndukwe has charged coach Gernot Rohr to give more opportunities to players who didn’t play the qualification matches to the AFCON as the team gets set for the tournament holding in Egypt in the month of June.
4 The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) said it has commenced aerial display of its fighter aircraft in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), as part of its activities to mark the country’s 58th Independence Day celebration on October 1.

NAF jet destroys terrorists’ camp in Borno

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) says its Operation LAFIYA DOLE has decimated a Boko Haram Terrorist (BHT) camp and neutralised some of their fighters at a settlement called Arboko in Borno.