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27 Sep 2019
The UN Human Rights Council on Friday voted to send a team of investigators to probe alleged violations, including extrajudicial executions and torture, in crisis-wracked Venezuela.
25 Feb 2018
Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has described a recent report by Amnesty International (AI) as a gross disservice to the nation’s security command. DHQ said the action of AI seemed geared towards “weakening the efforts of the Nigerian military at ensuring peace and security in the country.” “The DHQ has observed that Amnesty International has made it…

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Bauchi State High Court 5 has sentenced three young men to serve 17 years in prison for a robbery committed in 2018. One Muazu Ya'u, Adamu Abdullahi, Awalu Babayo of Gertogel village in Bauchi local government area were charged in September 2018 for armed robbery "and thereby committed an act contrary to section 96 and…
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Tension enveloped parts of Enugu on Tuesday night as heavily armed men reportedly invaded the meeting of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Enugu South local government council and shot dead the State Youth leader of the party, Mr Kelvin Ezeoha, and one other member. Members of the party from ward III Obeagu Awkunanaw, Enugu…
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Group D table toppers, Super Eagles of Nigeria, will be aiming for another record in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations when they file out against Guinea-Bissau this evening in Garoua, Cameroon...
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Players and officials of Guinea-Bissau have promised to end Nigeria’s unbeaten run when they clash today in their last group match in Garoua.
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Worried about huge financial losses to cybercrimes and hackers, the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has expressed commitment to standardise the nation's Information Technology