Speculation rife as first arrest in US Russia probe said near

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Official Washington was abuzz this weekend over reports that a grand jury has charged at least one person stemming from the US probe of Russia’s attempts to tilt the 2016 presidential elections in Donald Trump‘s favor. There was no indication, in reporting by CNN that other media later confirmed, of who […]

₦4.3Trillion: China Unveils New Mega-Airport, Spans 18 Square Miles (Photos)

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It’s destined to become one of the world’s biggest transport hubs. So it’s perhaps not surprising that Chinese officials were keen to show-off the skeleton of Beijing’s new mega-airport – Beijing Daxing International Airport this week. Representatives unveiled the primary structure of its 80billion yuan (£9billion) project on Monday, which […]

Mum Kills Her Two Kids By Placing Them In Oven

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According to an arrest warrant, a 24-year-old mother is accused of killing her two toddler sons by putting them inside an oven and turning it on. The suspect, Lamora Williams was arrested on murder charges after 1-year-old Ja’Karter Penn and 2-year-old Ke-Yaunte Penn were found dead in their Atlanta apartment. The two boys, […]

Lightning strikes 72 Cambodians to death

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What many might consider as doomsday signs has become endemic in Cambodia as Lightning killed 72 people in Cambodia in the first nine months of 2017, A senior disaster control official said on Friday. Nhim Vanda, first Vice President of the country’s National Committee for Disaster Management (NCDM), however, said the […]

US withdraws from UNESCO

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Myke Uzendu, Abuja *This is “loss to multilateralism” – UNESCO The United States Thursday announced that it will withdraw from the United Nations Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), accusing the body of “anti-Israel bias.” The State Department spokeswoman, Heather Nauert, said Washington would establish an “observer mission” to replace its […]

Germany’s real life ‘James Bond’ found guilty of tax evasion

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Germany’s former top spy, Werner Mauss, was Thursday given a two-year suspended sentence and ordered to donate 200,000 euros ($235,000) to charity as he was convicted for tax evasion. The 77-year-old dubbed the “German James Bond” was found guilty of stashing undeclared assets in offshore accounts and shortchanging the state […]