Didier Deschamps said on Saturday he will remain France coach until the 2026 World Cup after leading the team to the final of the last two editions.
17 Dec 2022
France coach Didier Deschamps was sweating on the fitness of several key players on Saturday as his team battled a mystery virus on the eve of the World Cup final against Argentina.
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Super Eagles and Napoli striker Victor Osimhen will battle Egypt’s Mohamed Salah and Achraf Hakimi of Morocco for the 2023 CAF Men’s Player of the Year award.
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Prosecutors on Thursday sought the death penalty for a man charged over a 2019 arson attack on an anime studio that killed 36 people, Japan's deadliest crime in decades, reports said. Shinji Aoba, who nearly died from burns he sustained, has admitted to starting the fire at Kyoto Animation and faces five charges, including murder,…
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Three people were killed and another seriously injured by a gunman who was shot dead by police at a US university on Wednesday. The incident at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, a short distance from the gambling hub's tourist-packed Strip, was the latest in the United States, where gun violence is a part of…
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The Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA), recently sealed several establishments, which include mosque, and churches, hotels, bar, nightclubs and supermarket over noise pollution and other violations.
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The Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS) has directed banks to disconnect all non-deposit financial institutions from its transfer list.
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A zoo in Pakistan has been shut down after a man was mauled to death by tigers in an attack discovered during routine cleaning, officials said Thursday. The body was found on Wednesday morning in Bahawalpur’s Sherbagh Zoo in the eastern province of Punjab after staff spotted one of the three tigers with a shoe…
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The president of Harvard University on Wednesday faced criticism and calls for her resignation over her comments at a Capitol Hill hearing on campus anti-Semitism. The deadly conflict between Israel and Hamas militants has ignited tensions on many American college campuses, with protests flaring. At Harvard, donors have specifically called for President Claudine Gay to…
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FRSC says Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIOs) have legal backing to arrest traffic offenders depending on the state within which they operate. Deputy Corps Marshal at the FRSC, Mr Bisi Kazeem, stated in Abuja that the motoring public should give maximum cooperation to VIOs for the enhancement of safety on the roads A unit commander of…
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Malaysia has started trapping and relocating tigers after three people were killed by the critically endangered creatures in the past two months, officials said Thursday. Eleven cage traps and 20 cameras have been installed in recent weeks in the forested area of Gua Musang district, in the northeastern state of Kelantan, where the deadly attacks…