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Police nab two for using stolen SIM cards to defraud

The Enugu State Police Command has arrested two persons using stolen SIM cards to defraud the owners in the state.

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Man kills 85-year-old mother in Enugu

The hitherto serene community of Eziokwu Amurri in Nkanu West local Government Area of Enugu State was, last week, thrown into mourning following the alleged killing of an 85-year-old woman, Helen Pius, by her son.
A woman walks in the showroom of the Nissan headquarters building in Yokohama on November 22, 2018. - Nissan board members looked set to oust disgraced tycoon Carlos Ghosn as chairman on November 22, after his spectacular arrest for financial misconduct sent shockwaves through the car industry and the business world.Ghosn. (Photo by Martin BUREAU / AFP)

Nissan board meets to oust disgraced tycoon Carlos Ghosn as chairman

Nissan board members appeared poised to oust disgraced tycoon Carlos Ghosn as chairman Thursday, after his spectacular arrest for financial misconduct stunned the car industry and the business world.
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Olusegun Obasanjo in Sokoto, commissions Int’l Event center

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, on Wednesday, commissioned a 1,500-sitting capacity International Conference Centre in Sokoto, the state capital.
A handout picture provided by the Saudi Royal Palace on November 19, 2018, shows Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attending a speech given by his father, King Salman bin Abdulaziz while addressing the Shura council, a top advisory body, in the capital Riyadh. (Photo by Bandar AL-JALOUD / Saudi Royal Palace / AFP) /

Saudi warns crown prince a ‘red line’ in Jamal Khashoggi probe

Saudi Arabia has warned criticism of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is a "red line" after Donald Trump heaped praise on the kingdom in defiance of warnings he was giving Riyadh a pass on a journalist's grisly murder.
A man walks past a stock indicator board showing the share prices of Japanese companies on November 21, 2018. (Photo by Martin BUREAU - AFP)

Tokyo stocks close higher after US bounce

Tokyo stocks closed higher on Thursday as investors took heart from a slightly cheaper yen and a rebound in US shares, but trade was cautious ahead of holidays in Japan and the US.