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Nigeria: Pro-Biafra IPOB has plans to destabilize Nigeria – Defence Minister

Nigeria’s Defence Minister, Mansur Dan-Ali, insists that separatist group the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), by their actions were planning to destabilize the country, hence the action taken by government to nip their activities in the bud. The retired Brigadier – General was speaking in an interview with the state-affiliated …

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Newark: Police arrest six women in prostitution bust and you’ll be amazed at what the female sex workers look like

The Newark Police Division’s Special Enforcement Bureau arrested six women for prostitution and soliciting prostitution on Sunday, October 8th. The women are; Remones McDaniel, 29; Dorell Korngay, 19; DeShawn Washington, 26 and Zyquan R. Twitty, 20. The women were also wanted on outstanding warrants and charged with Contempt of Court.  Yusef Husdon 26, of …

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Liberia: Senator George Weah takes lead as less than half of election results emerge

Senator George Weah has taken the lead in the early election results announced by Liberia’s electoral commission on Thursday evening. The National Elections Commission Chairman Jerome Korkoya announced the results of 1,232 polling places out of the 5,390 in the 15 counties. The former international footballer led in 11 counties …

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British jihadi ‘White Widow’ killed by U.S. drone

LONDON (Reuters) – Sally Jones, a British jihadi who recruited online for the Islamic State group, has been killed in Syria by a U.S. drone along with her 12-year-old son, The Sun newspaper reported on Thursday. A convert to Islam from southern England, Jones was nicknamed the “White Widow” by …

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Here Are the Symptoms of Cervical Cancer, Every Woman Should know

Most women suffer from cervical cancer, and based on recent statistics it has become one of the most common gynecological cancers. Yet, there is no need for panic as this type of cancer can be successfully cured provided that it is detected in time. The uterus of a woman can …

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Madagascans battle to evade growing plague outbreak

The little footbridge near Justin Rakatoarivony’s home is submerged in a murky green liquid the texture of sewage. But he has no choice but to cross it every day on his way to work in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar. The filthy conditions in his area, the southern Ampefiloha district, …

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