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13 Witnesses Testify Against Uduaghan’s Victory

Delta Re-Run Poll: 13 Witnesses Testify Against Uduaghan’s Victory
13 witnesses in the Delta state re-run election petition tribunal, sitting in Asaba, Delta state had on Friday, July 8, 2011 testified that election did not hold in several wards of eight contentious local government areas .Read more @

I'm Still Angry With My Son”- Olusola Saraki
Despite media reports that he has resolved the problem he had with his son and former Governor of Kwara state, Bukola Saraki, over who should govern the state, Chief Olusola Saraki has said he still has an axe to grind with his son.Read more @

Why 4-Storey Building Collapsed-Lagos Officials
As at the time of filing this report, eight people had been confirmed dead, another 33 people injured while rescue operation was on-going at the site of the collapsed building in Idumota, an area in Lagos Island .Read more @

EFCC Arraigns 75 Year- Old Woman Over 26,000 Pounds Fraud
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has arraigned a 75 year-old woman, Mrs Morenike Muibat Balogun before Justice O.A.Boade of the Oyo State High Court, Ibadan on a 2 count charge bordering on obtaining money under false pretences.Read more @

Summary of EFCC’S reply to Bankole`s objection to his trial
The EFCC today replied former Speaker, Dimeji Bankole on his objection challenging his trial by the Commission at the FCT High Court, Abuja . Briefly put Bankole has asked the Court to quash the charge of illegally obtaining loans to the tune of about N40billion.Read more @

Hell with Nigeria –By Chukwuma Iwuanyanwu
The drum of war started with the so called PDP zoning before the 2011 elections. The arrow of war was sharpened by the rustic and spent Northern elders led by the former Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria.Read more @

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UN: Bachelet Alarmed By Number Of Palestinian Children Killed In Latest Escalation

UN Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet today expressed alarm at the high number of Palestinians, including children, killed and injured in the occupied Palestinian territory this year, including in intense hostilities between Israel and Palestinian armed groups in Gaza last weekend... More>>

Save The Children: One Year Under Taliban Rule, Girls Are More Isolated, Hungry, Sad: New Report
One year since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, an economic crisis, crippling drought and new restrictions have shattered girls’ lives, excluding them from society and leaving them hungry...

Palestinian Ministry of Health: Developments In The Health Situation During The Israeli Aggression On The Cities & Governorates Of The Gaza Strip
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Somalia: ‘We Cannot Wait For Famine To Be Declared; We Must Act Now’
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UN: American West Faces Water And Power Shortages Due To Climate Crisis
Two of the largest reservoirs in the United States are at dangerously low levels due to the climate crisis and overconsumption of water, which could affect water and electricity supply for millions in six western states and Mexico, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) warned on Tuesday... More>>

Singapore: UN Experts Call For Immediate Moratorium On Executions For Drug Offences

UN experts* today condemned the execution of Nazeri Bin Lajim, a 64-year-old Malay Singaporean national convicted of drug offenses and urged the Government of Singapore to halt plans to execute individuals on death row for drug related charges... More>>