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Borno pins hopes on Buhari to stem Boko Haram

20 April 2015, 21:28

Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima, said people in the region were hopeful the administration of Muhammadu Buhari would eliminate terror in the state. He said people in the region felt attached to Buhari given his military background.

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Four killed in Rivers gun attack

20 April 2015, 21:28

Four people have been allegedly killed by unknown gunmen over the weekend in Rivers State.

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Failed suicide bomber targets Shiite mosque in Potiskum

20 April 2015, 21:28

A botched suspected Boko Haram suicide attack targeting a group of Shiite Muslims injured three people in Potiskum.

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US to provide training to locals

20 April 2015, 21:28

The Government of United States pledged to advance its partnership with the Nigeria Police in the area of training.

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Ekiti stakeholders urged to accept Fayose's olive branch

20 April 2015, 21:28

The People's Democratic Party has called on all political stakeholders in the Ekiti State, especially All Progressives Congress lawmakers, to embrace the new spirit of reconciliation, forgiveness and dialogue Governor Ayo Fayose offered.

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Fabregas desperate to end wait for Premier League title

20 April 2015, 21:28

Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas said he wanted to win the Premier League title as "soon as possible" as he gave an indication of why he'd returned to English football with the Blues rather than Arsenal.

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French giants end stand-off with Canal Plus

20 April 2015, 21:28

Players and coaches from French champions PSG and rivals Marseille will reply to questions posed by journalists from French television channel Canal Plus after ending a 10-day boycott.

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Quattara lauds Jonathan
20 April 2015, 20:29

The President of Cote D'voire, Allassana Quattara has lauded the peaceful manner in which outgoing president Goodluck Jonathan conceded defeat and labelled it as leaving a legacy in Africa.


PSG tie not over, claims Suarez
20 April 2015, 20:30

Barcelona striker Luis Suarez insists his side can't relax when they host Paris Saint-Germain in the second-leg of their Champions League quarter-final despite holding a commanding 3-1 lead.


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20 April 2015, 19:37

All three members of the hip-hop group Migos face drug and weapon charges following their arrests after they left the stage at a weekend performance at Georgia Southern University.


Group declares citizen economic sanctions against SA
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The African People's Union expects the South African government to review its Immigration laws towards protecting and not persecuting foreigners.