Ex-Barcelona president arrested in money laundering probe
Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell was arrested on Tuesday in a money laundering operation related to image rights in the Brazilian national football team, a police spokesman told AFP.
UN to honour 2 fallen Nigerian peacekeepers
Two fallen peacekeepers from Nigeria, Commodore Christopher Ademu Abu and Sergeant Mayehm Norbert, are among the 117 that would be honoured with the posthumous Dag Hammarskjöld medal.
Red hot Onyekuru gets Eagles call up
KAS Eupen of Belgium forward Henry Onyekuru has been invited to the Super Eagles squad by coach Gernot Rohr, his club said Monday.
Gambia's Jammeh 'stole $50m', assets frozen
The Gambia's longtime former ruler Yahya Jammeh stole at least $50-million from the state, the country's justice minister said Monday, in the first major anti-corruption move by the country's new president.
Lagos seeks new investors for 4th Mainland Bridge project
The Lagos State Government on Monday said that it was shopping for new investors to take over the 4th Mainland Bridge project.
Children among 22 killed in Ariana Grande concert attack
Children were among 22 people killed and dozens injured in a suspected suicide bombing at a pop concert by US star Ariana Grande, in Britain's deadliest terror attack in 12 years.
Ford shakes up leadership amid lagging sales
The company named Jim Hackett, who launched and led the high-tech division developing Ford's self-driving cars, to replace Mark Fields as president and CEO.
Augmented reality gains led by Snapchat
A new report by eMarketer said some 40 million Americans will engage with augmented reality monthly in 2017, up 30 percent over last year.