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Syrian Girl Shot Dead In Honour Killing For Refusing To Marry Her Cousin

A Syrian teenager has been shot dead by ten men in an “honour killing” that was filmed after she refused to marry her cousin. Eida Al-Hamoudi Al-Saeedo, 18, is said to have tried to run away with her lover but her family and tribe followed her, according to Akhabaralaan.net. In a horrific video shared online, Eida is dragged by three men who are ...

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Drama As Married Woman Gets Stuck To Her Lover During Sex

Two Ugandan sex partners created a scene on Wednesday morning, June 16 after they got stuck into each other during sex. It was learnt that the hilarious and at the same time awful incident happened in Gulu city, in the Northern Region of the country this morning. Pai Robins OgwengAkiiki, a resident of the community who disclosed the incident on ...

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Insecurity: Nigeria Heading The Way Of Rwanda – US Govt Warns Buhari

An organ of the United States government, the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has warned that killings in Nigeria have assumed a worrisome trend and need urgent solutions. USCIRF lamented that there is a growing deterioration of religious freedom amidst killings by criminal elements in Nigeria which is leaving citizens and residents constantly agitated. It added that ...

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NAFDAC, Global Alliance For Trade Facilitation, Partner To Enhance Ease Of Doing Business In Nigeria

The challenges hitherto experienced by Importers and exporters at the nation’s ports and borders may soon become a thing of the past as the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control NAFDAC and the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation GATF have commenced putting together strategies aimed at achieving standardization and harmonization of documents for export and import trade ...

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Don’t Be Indifferent To Nigeria’s Challenges, Cleric Urges The Church

The Presiding Pastor, Sanctuary of Christ Evangelical Church, Ibadan, Dr Gbade Ojo, has called on the church not to be indifferent to the myriad of challenges currently facing the country. He also said that Nigerians needed complete reorientation, as part of the solutions to the country’s socio-economic problems. Ojo stated this at the 22nd Annual Convention and Ordination Service of ...

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US: ISWAP Won’t Get $7million Bounty Despite Killing Shekau

The Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) will not receive the $7 million bounty placed on Abubakar Shekau, the Boko Haram sect’s head, according to the US State Department. In response to allegations of the terrorist leader’s death, the State Department stated that the bounty is not intended for an ISIS-affiliated outfit. “According to reports, Boko Haram terrorist Abubakar ...

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BREAKING: Ramadan Fast Continues, Sallah Holds On Thursday- NSCIA

The Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs(NSCIA) has said the Eid-el Fitr festival will hold on Thursday. It asked Muslims in the country to observe Ramadan fast on Wednesday. The NSCIA, which made the clarifications in a statement in Abuja, said the crescent has not been sighted to end Ramadan fast. The statement was signed by the Deputy Secretary-General, of ...

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COVID-19 Death Toll Worsens In India With 3,689 Dead In One Day

India on Sunday reported its highest single-day toll of 3,689 Covid deaths. The country also saw a slight dip in the daily numbers with 3,92,488 new cases reported in the last 24 hours The new cases take India’s Covid tally to 1,95,57,457. The new cases recorded in the last 24 hours showed a slight dip from Saturday when India hit ...

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Covid-19: FG To Deny Travelers Entry From India, Brazil, Turkey

•Imposes heavy fine on defaulting airlines •Issues new guidelines on coronavirus prevention Olawale Olaleye Concerned by the new wave of Covid-19 in some parts of the world, the federal government has banned passengers, who have visited India, Brazil and Turkey in the last 14 days from entering the country as part of precautionary measures to minimise the risk of a ...

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Reps To Investigate Refrigerated Penises, Other Organs Shipped From Nigeria To China

The House of Representatives has said it will investigate the alleged illicit trade on human organs between Nigeria and China. This was the aftermath of a unanimous adoption of a motion by Rep. Rimamnde Kwewum (PDP-Taraba) and co-sponsored by Rep. Olajide Olatubosun (APC-Oyo), during Thursday’s plenary. Moving the motion, Kwewum said that about two weeks ago, Chinese authorities seized a ...

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