US to review relationship with Nigeria over Sowore
United States (US) Senator Robert Menedez has said America will review its relationship with Nigeria over the continued detention and rearrest of Sahara Reporters publisher Omoyele Sowore. “We are watching and will be reviewing our relationship with the Nigeria government," Menedez said at a press conference jointly addressed by Sowore's wife Opeyemi in the US.…
North Korea warns U.S. to expect Christmas gift
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Trump confirms death of Islamic State chief Baghdadi in US raid
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Afghan election results delayed again
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