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Ethiopia's government said Wednesday it has accepted an African Union invitation to hold peace talks with Tigrayan rebels after almost two years of brutal war in the north of the country. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's national security adviser Redwan Hussein said on Twitter that the government had "accepted this invitation which is in line with…
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Paris police on Wednesday dismantled a camp that is home to over 100 crack users, the latest move in a campaign that has repeatedly displaced the addicts around the capital. French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin wrote on Twitter as the evacuation got under way that this time, "1,000 officers will be deployed to prevent the…
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Moscow said Wednesday it should be part of the probe into leaks on the Nord Stream gas pipelines, after Sweden blocked off the area around the pipelines pending an investigation. "There should really be an investigation. Naturally, with the participation of Russia," Russian deputy foreign minister Sergei Vershinin said, as quoted by Russian news agencies.…
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Elite Indonesian police officers were under investigation Tuesday over a stadium stampede that killed 131 people including dozens of children in one of the deadliest disasters in football history.
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North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan for the first time in five years Tuesday, prompting Tokyo to activate its missile alert system and issue a rare warning for people to take shelter. /
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Opposition forces in Guinea on Monday spurned the ruling junta's offer of dialogue, accusing it of authoritarian rule and "unacceptable" violations of fundamental rights.
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The death toll from an Ebola outbreak in Uganda has risen to nine, the health ministry said Friday, two weeks after the authorities announced an epidemic in the centre of the country.
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The top official in French President Emmanuel Macron's office has been charged with a conflict of interest while in office, the chief financial crimes prosecutor said Monday.
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Togo's government on Monday confirmed that ousted Burkina Faso leader Lieutenant-Colonel Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba had fled to Togo after a military coup.
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Forty-six girls and young women were among those killed in a suicide bombing on an Afghan education centre last week, the UN said Monday as it announced the total death toll had risen to 53.
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President Joe Biden will head to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico on Monday, where he will announce $60 million to strengthen storm defences in a US territory whose people have complained of neglect after past natural disasters.
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Russian lawmakers on Monday voted unanimously in favour of legislation to annex four regions of Ukraine, rubber stamping a move that escalates the conflict and was already approved by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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The Federal Government has declared Monday 10th October 2022 as a public holiday to mark this year’s Eid-ul-Mawlid Celebration.
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Abuja-based Pediatrician and Public Health expert, Dr Yashua Alkali Hamza has warned Nigerians to guard against very stressful lifestyles. In a chat with the Guardian in Abuja, she contended that Nigerians can be rest assured that they would be fit and healthier if they imbibe the relaxation culture. Yashua who is Chief Executive officer at…
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Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has assured Nigerians that it would only act in the national interest and won't bow to partisan whims and caprices in the conduct of the elections.
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The Super Eagles will confront the senior national team of Costa Rica in a prestigious international friendly in the country’s capital, San Jose on November 9.
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A former Assistant Corps Marshal (ACM) of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Commander Ayobami Omiyale, has described the Duty Rooms of FRSC formations as a place where clandestine