A man drove into a crowd of patrons gathered outside a bar in the southern city of Nimes early Friday, slightly wounding two before hitting a security barrier and being arrested, witnesses and local officials said.
‘El-Zakzaky suffers stroke as health deteriorates’
The Leader of the Shiite Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, has suffered a ‘stroke’ amid concern his health is taking a turn for the worse.
Buhari fiddles while herdsmen slaughter, say Nigerians
While historians have disputed the account that Rome’s emperor, Nero, played away on a fiddle as the city burned...
Person of the year: The Nigerian
There is hardly any human being who embodies the completeness of creation as much as the Nigerian does.
Buhari felicitates with Yakubu Dogara at 50
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday felicitated with the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, as he turned 50 years.
Reps to probe CBN over alleged under-remittances to federation account
The House of Representatives has ordered an investigation into allegations of under-remittances by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to the federation account.
Adeleke didn’t die from poisoning, says pathologist
Dr Taiwo Sholaja, the lead pathologist who carried out the autopsy on the body of the late Senator Isiaka Adeleke, on Wednesday told a coroner inquest that no trace of poison was found in the body system of the deceased when it was examined.
Buhari shelves publishing looters’ list despite pressure
Nigerians who had expected a comprehensive list of the alleged treasury looters as promised by President Muhammadu Buhari were disappointed yesterday.
Over 700 refugees feared drowned off Italy
Speaking to Al Jazeera from Geneva, William Spindler, a UNHCR spokesman for Europe, said there had been a spate of incidents in the Mediterranean last week.