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6 Apr 2019
The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, said army authorities had approved the establishment of a ‘Special Forces Battalion’ Barracks to be located in Okene, Kogi. Buratai disclosed this on Friday to journalists in Okene after inspecting the proposed site of the new barracks at Okene Secondary School in Okene Local Government Area.…

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Some lecturers of the Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) have commenced academic activities despite the ongoing strike action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). Dr Samuel Alu, ASUU NSUK branch Chairman, Mr. Abraham Ekpo, Information and Protocol Officer of the institution and Mr Najeem Gbefwi, President, NSUK Students Union Government (SUG) confirmed the…
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President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday in Kaduna charged the military to replicate the successes recorded against insurgency in the North East in other parts of the country. President Buhari who was the Reviewing Officer during the Passing Out Parade of 69 Regular Course of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) attributed the successes to the acquisitions…
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Exhausted and caked in mud, Ukrainian paratroopers fly their blue and yellow national flag from tanks, fresh from recapturing the strategic city of Lyman from the Russians. Painted on the front and rear of the tanks are large white crosses, the emblem adopted by the Ukrainian army for their blistering counter-offensive which has seen Kyiv…
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Iranian state television aired Thursday what it said were "confessions" by a French couple arrested five months ago, a move the government in Paris condemned as "shameful, revolting and unacceptable". The French man and woman were arrested in May when Iran was the scene of demonstrations by teachers demanding pay rises and calling for the…
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Accusing asylum seekers of "abusing the system" and urging the need to "take back control", the UK government is once again talking tough on immigration. But its latest pledge to reduce crossings from northern France in small boats comes with a blatant promise to defy international conventions. "It's not racist for anyone... to want to…