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Prince Harry, His Wife, Meghan Set To Visit Nigeria Friday

Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle has set to visit Nigeria tomorrow Friday, May 10, 2024. Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Christopher Musa, gave the Duke and Duchess of Sussex invitation to visit Nigeria to have an interactive session with Nigeria wounded veterans. Director of Sports, Defence Headquarters, Abidemi Marquis, revealed that Harry – the founder of Invictus Games, would spend three days in Nigeria and would interact with wounded soldiers and their families. 

The United Kingdom (UK) government has reissued a new statement, giving the go-ahead to international students pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program as the only eligible immigrants to bring in dependants via the study route. Dr. Richard Montgomery, the British High Commissioner Nigeria made this known in an interview with the Newsmen on Sunday in Abuja. He noted that earlier this year, there was a change in the educational system aimed to reduce the influx of foreign students bringing dependants into the UK.

Moscow Terrorist Attack: France Raises Security Alert

France raises security alert to its highest level on Sunday following the recent deadly terrorist attack that occurred on Friday at a concert hall in Moscow, the capital of Russia, where over 137 people were killed and 140 injured in the attack by the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group who have claimed responsibility. This development was made known in a post on X( (formerly known as Twitter) from the official page of the Prime Minister of France, Gabriel Attal.

Vladimir Putin Sworn In As President Of Russia For A Fifth Term

On Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin was sworn into office for an unprecedented fifth term at a grand Kremlin ceremony. The 71-year-old has been serving as Russia's president or prime minister since 1999. During his inauguration speech, he expressed his confidence that Russia would emerge victorious from the current "difficult" period and become stronger than ever before.

Spain’s PM Pedro Sanchez Refuses To Quit, Vows To Fight

Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, announced on Monday that he will not be resigning amidst a corruption investigation into his wife's affairs, Begoña Gomez. In a TV address from his official compound in Madrid, the PM stated that he would continue as the head of the Spanish government with more force, if possible. This announcement came days after he canceled his public duties to "reflect" on whether to continue in his job, following a Spanish court opening a probe against his wife.

More Than 100 Killed In Moscow Attack, ISIS Claims Responsibility

At least 100 persons have been reportedly killed after Camouflage-clad gunmen opened fire with automatic weapons at concertgoers on the outskirts of Moscow on Friday. According to reports, this is one of the deadliest attacks in Russia since the 2004 Beslan school siege when gunmen sprayed civilians with bullets just before Soviet-era rock group "Picnic" was to perform at around 8 pm local time. Following a series of verified videos on media spaces, people can be seen taking their seats in the hall, then rushing for the exits as repeated gunfire echoed above screams. Other videos showed men shooting at groups of people, in another, we can see Some victims lying motionless in pools of blood.

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