• Buhari, Ameachi, Fayose commiserate with Tinubu over Son's Death

    Buhari, Ameachi, Fayose commiserate with Tinubu over Son's Death

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    The news of Jide's death was confirmed by the APC Lagos chapter. The Governing Council and Management of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, has condoled with its Chancellor, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu , over the unfortunate incidence of the death of his first son, Jide .
  • Video Shows Alabama Kidnapping Victim's Escape From Trunk of auto

    Video Shows Alabama Kidnapping Victim's Escape From Trunk of auto

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    The moment an alleged kidnap victim escaped from a auto boot in Alabama in the USA has been caught on CCTV. A victim reported that while she was sleeping a man began choking her and demanding money. Authorities took the suspect into custody without incident. The victim escaped from the trunk to get help after Wyatt pulled up to the gas pump and exited the vehicle.
  • Nato chief warns Europe in North Korea's missile range

    Nato chief warns Europe in North Korea's missile range

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    He said he hopes for ample time to discuss North Korea with Trump in order to step up cooperation between the US and Japan . Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe , re-elected to the post in a lower house vote, has installed his Cabinet, reappointing the same ministers back to their posts before a snap election last month.
  • Police arrest suspect in Walmart shooting

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    The Thorton Police Department says the wanted suspect, Scott Ostrem, is a 47-year-old white man who wore a black jacket, maroon shirt, and blue jeans armed with a handgun. "Then I heard two more shots and I freaked out and hit the ground". He said at this point, customers started screaming and running for the exits. One father, whose daughter was in the store at the time of the shooting, says he just wants to find her.
  • Lawyer Says It's 'National Duty' To Rape Women Wearing Ripped Jeans

    Lawyer Says It's 'National Duty' To Rape Women Wearing Ripped Jeans

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    Egyptian lawyer Nabih al-Wahsh recently shared his misogynistic views on TV, in which he states that women who wear ripped jeans, specifically from the back, deserve to be raped. The comments come after the Egyptian capital of Cairo was last month branded the "most dangerous" megacity for women in the first global poll which looked at how women fare in cities with over ten million people.
  • Brother of Manchester bomber wanted by United Kingdom authorities

    Brother of Manchester bomber wanted by United Kingdom authorities

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    Days after the attack Libyan counter-terrorism investigators arrested Hashem Abedi and the brothers' father Ramadan. The then 20-year-old was arrested in Tripoli by members of the Rada Special Deterrence Force a day after the attack. Its spokesman, Ahmad Ben Salim, told the Reuters news agency: "We will not extradite Hashem Abedi to United Kingdom authorities". Physical injuries include paralysis, loss of limbs, internal injuries and very serious facial injuries.
  • Henry the hippo, dad of baby Fiona, dies after battling illness

    Henry the hippo, dad of baby Fiona, dies after battling illness

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    The Nile hippo had been struggling with health issues for months, and vet staff made the decision to humanely euthanize him after determining his quality of life wouldn't improve. After a rough start for the prematurely-born Fiona, the happy hippo family reunited in what zookeepers called a "fairytale ending.' But then, for no apparent reason, Henry lost his appetite in July".
  • Several Injured in Shooting at Colorado Walmart

    Several Injured in Shooting at Colorado Walmart

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    Police consider the suspect armed and unsafe. Police have now confirmed that two adult males have died as a result of the shooting while one adult female has been transported to a nearby hospital. Multiple people described hiding in the Walmart before being evacuated by police. Video from CNN affiliates showed a Walmart Supercenter parking lot filled with emergency vehicles.
  • Death prompts huge recall of fire extinguishers

    Death prompts huge recall of fire extinguishers

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    It happened during a 2014 vehicle crash when "emergency responders could not get the recalled Kidde fire extinguishers to work", the CPSC recall announcement said. The CPSC said there have been approximately 391 reports of failed or limited activation or nozzle detachment, including the death. The model number is printed on the fire extinguisher label.
  • Clinton shows restraint in taking dig at Trump, plugs new book

    Clinton shows restraint in taking dig at Trump, plugs new book

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    Clinton didn't elaborate on whether she plans to dress as herself or the actual president, Donald Trump , though the latter seems unlikely. But she added that the public should have been aware that the FBI started investigating Trump's ties to Russian Federation in the summer of 2016.
  • Favorite saying trump was the word of the year

    Favorite saying trump was the word of the year

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    Perhaps most strongly associated with US President Donald Trump, " fake news " is a term that's popped up in the media consistently since Trump ran against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 US presidential election. Helen Newstead, Collin's head of language content said that the word " fake news " was inescapable this year, as it contributed a lot to the undermining of the society's trust in news reporting.
  • The Balfour Declaration: Sparking celebration and anger 100 years on

    The Balfour Declaration: Sparking celebration and anger 100 years on

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    The declaration is a letter, penned by then British foreign secretary at the time Arthur Balfour on Nov 2, 1917, to the Zionist Congress, pledging their support for the establishment of a "Jewish Homeland" in Palestine. Britain regards Israel as a close and important ally, and supports global efforts to find a peaceful solution that results in separate Israeli and Palestinian states.
  • Cuomo Slams Trump for 'Politicizing' Terror Attack

    Cuomo Slams Trump for 'Politicizing' Terror Attack

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    He said: "We know that this action was meant to break our spirit but we also know New Yorkers are strong, New Yorkers are resilient". "If you change your life then the bad guys win", one of them said. De Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo made an appearance in the parade as well, marching a few blocks up near 14th Street. The suspect, Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, is from Uzbekistan and entered the U.S.in 2010 through the State Department's Diversity Visa Program .
  • Sanders holds White House news briefing

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    Following the White House Press briefing Tuesday, April Ryan, a CNN contributor and White House reporter for American Urban Radio Networks, could be heard asking White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders , "Sarah, does this administration believe slavery is wrong?" White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders brushed off questions about President Donald Trump's flaws Wednesday .
  • USA police chief wanted to 'mow down' black people

    USA police chief wanted to 'mow down' black people

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    They should line them all up and mow 'em down. Nucera also is charged with deprivation of rights by using excessive force during an arrest in September of a year ago. The lawsuit alleges that Nucera slammed the head of an African American suspect, who is not named in the documents, "into a doorjamb, causing bodily injury".