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Southern Cameroon Chides President Paul Over Attack By Army

Africa News

Reports have it that the English speaking part of Cameroon “Southern Cameroon” is allegedly under attack by the Francophone Cameronian Army and its President, Paul Biya. Recall that the leader has to be at the helm of affairs of the Country for a whopping period 36 long years.

Nigeria’s Prof, 156 Others Killed In Ethiopian Airline Plane Crash

Africa News

A Professor of English at Carleton University, Pius Adesanmi, has been confirmed dead. He died during a plane mishap in the early hours of Sunday. It was established that an Ethiopian Airlines flight between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and Nairobi, the Kenyan capital, crashed, killing 149 passengers and eight crew members aboard.

AU: African Central Bank To Be Established In 2045

Africa News

The African Union (AU) as part of her future plans is said to establish the African Central Bank (ACB) in 2045, according to the representative of the Association of African Central Banks (AACB), Ms. Naglaa Nozahie.

Pope Francis Holds First Papal Mass In Abu Dhabi

Middle East & Asia News

The head of the Catholic Church and Sovereign of the Vatican City State, Pope Francis today held the first Papal Mass at the Zayed Sports City Stadium to mark the end of a three-day historic visit to the United Arab Emirate.

Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Abhay Thakur yesterday disclosed that Nigeria has the opportunity to explore $5billion line of credit from India, with low interest rate. According to Punch, he made the disclosure during a visit to the minister of communication, Adebayo Shittu in Abuja.

Taiwan Court Revokes Conviction of Ex-leader

Middle East & Asia News

On Thursday, a top Taiwan court has ordered a new trial of former president Ma Ying-jeou. The former president who was sentenced by the high court for violating the communication security and surveillance Act in 2018.

The Vietnam Summit Ends Abruptly

US & Canada News

US President Donald Trump has ended his two-day summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un over unsuitable demands by North Korea. The summit, which was aimed at building better relations between the two countries with talks on North Korea’s denuclearization.

The Vietnam Summit : Trump and Kim Arrives Hanoi

US & Canada News

President of the United State of America Donald Trump and North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un is set to meet for the second time in a high-profile summit on Wednesday 27th of February to discuss a roadmap for ridding the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons.

U.S Withdraws From Nuclear Treaty With Russia

US & Canada News

The United States of America (U.S.A) has withdrawn from the Immediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with Russia. The Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo today made the announcement, at the State Department in Washington D.C.

Pounds Down As Lawmakers Challenge Brexit Deal

Europe News

The pound went down towards $1.32 on Monday as British Prime Minister, Theresa May tried to salvage her Brexit deal by winning over doubtful lawmakers with threats and promises to avoid any move to oust her.

Ace Racing Pigeon Sold For Over N500 Million

Europe News

An ace racing pigeon named Armando has been sold for a record 1.25 million Euros (N 510, 153,750.00) in an online auction, Belgian media has reported. The prized bird - Belgian's best long-distance racer of all time according to those in the know - was bought by a Chinese buyer.

New Zealand: Police Closes Airport As Suspicious Device Spotted On Airfield

Europe News

At the twilight of Sunday 17, 2018, the New Zealand Police Department closed Dunedin airport over a suspicious device that was reported on the airfield.