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Scores Killed in Renewed Violence in Southern Kaduna


The Kadara community had claimed that the Fulani man killed in the community was a known criminal who had been terrorising residents in the area. It was gathered that the Fulani youths killed 5 of the youths that were said to have been identified as having a hand in the killing of the herdsman in the earlier attack but their action enraged the Kadara youths who in turn mobilized themselves on Monday and launched an attack on the surrounding Fulani settlements, burning their tents and other ... Read More »

Reps: Acting President Sends N135.6 bn Virement Request


The money is meant to cover projects across many MDAs, particularly the Ministry of Power/Works/Housing. Osinbajo in a letter titled "Request for Virement of Funds from Various Budget Lines to Fund Federal Governments Priority Projects and Programmes", noted that the executive and the legislative arms of government had prior to signing of the budget agreed to admit priority items for which adequate provisions were not made in the budget. Read More »

Castaner : Pierre de Villiers a "mis en scène sa démission"

Pour Christophe Castaner , " son départ n'a rien à voir avec son audition par la commission de la défense, le 12 juillet (audition à huis clos au cours de laquelle il avait exprimé ses réserves en termes fleuris, ndlr), même si Pierre de Villiers aurait pu s'imaginer que ses propos allaient fuiter, à moins de manquer d'expérience ". Read More »

'Shocked and Hurt' Franklin Graham Rips Canada Payout to Terrorist


Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised middle class Canadians and those working hard to move up the economic ladder "sunny ways" during the 2015 election campaign. The fact remains Canada was a minor player in the Khadr case. A USA judge granted them $134.2 million in damages in 2015. I also hope that somehow, the family of his murdered victim, can get some of that money. Read More »

La justice intervient contre le survol de Bruxelles


Au-delà de cette date, il sera soumis à une astreinte de 100 000 € par semaine. Bruxelles La décision de la Justice bruxelloise est une victoire pour la ministre régionale de l'Environnement Céline Fremault et plusieurs communes de la capitale. Read More »

4-star tight end Kyle Pitts commits to Florida Gators


Pitts, who is a standout at Archbishop Wood in Warminster, Penn., is now rated as the No. 7 tight end recruit in the nation. Pitts' announcement was scheduled ahead of time for Thursday afternoon. 11 tight end and No. 252 overall prospect, according to the 247Sports Composite. His primary recruiter is tight ends coach Greg Nord and his secondary recruiter is running backs coach Ja'Juan Seider. Read More »

Russian Federation loves to meddle and 'stick it to America — CIA director

He said the Trump administration was working on ways to push back against Iran, which wanted to be a "kingpin" in the Middle East. Although Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has in the past said the U.S. During the question and answer portion of the event, Pompeo clarified he did not view Kim's ouster as an "unadulterated good" for the United States, and pointing to the unknown consequences, Pompeo asked, "What's behind door number three?" Pompeo also renewed his criticism of Wikileaks , ... Read More »

Police arrest man after pizza shop standoff


Officials said they were initially called to 14 Whiting Road for a domestic altercation and that was where he shot at police. Police say they have arrested the man who fired at officers before barricading himself on the roof of a MA pizza shop. Read More »

OJ Simpson granted parole in Las Vegas robbery case


Simpson called the situation a "perfect storm" in his parole hearing Thursday. He says Simpson's almost nine years behind bars is "way too long" and that it's time for him to go home to his family and friends. In 2007, Simpson and an associate, C.J. Stewart, confronted memorabilia dealers Bruce Fromong and Al Beardsley in a Las Vegas hotel room over footballs, photographs, and other memorabilia Simpson said had been stolen from him. Read More »

Just 12% in Key Trump Counties Back GOP Health Care Effort


In the latest Washington Post-ABC News poll , only 37 percent of Americans think the Democratic Party "stands for something", while 52 percent say it "just stands against Trump ". Halfway through his first year, Trump has achieved some of his goals, although his repeated boast that he has "signed more bills _ and I'm talking about through the legislature _ than any president, ever", is untrue no matter how one counts. Read More »

China's artificial intelligence plan aims for world-leader status by 2025


Talking about the plan, China's State Council said, 'The situation with China on national security and global competition is complex - we must take initiative to firmly grasp this new stage of development for artificial intelligence and create a new competitive edge.' Among other things, the Chinese government anticipates using a variety of market regulations and policies to bolster the industry, making the nation's government a larger part of the AI effort. Read More »

L'ancienne caserne Guillaudot pour héberger de jeunes migrants isolés — Rennes


Dans notre coin de Bretagne, environ 450 mineurs non accompagnés (MNA) sont aujourd'hui pris en charge par le Département au titre de la protection de l'enfance. Il porte à la fois sur la capacité d'accueil et sur la prise en charge. Et pour 40 jeunes supplémentaires, l'évaluation de leur minorité est en cours, un examen qui peut prendre un mois. Read More »

Trump Jr., Manafort To Testify On Russia Ties Before Senate Judiciary Committee

That interview will likely take place behind closed doors. The senators said they would issue subpoenas if the witnesses did not produce the required documents. The Oversight Committee requires the director of the National Background Investigations Bureau to report back within 90 days on how senior Trump administration officials are applying for and getting their security clearances. Read More »

Accord de principe du FMI à un soutien financier à la Grèce


Le Fonds monétaire international (FMI) a relevé ses prévisions de croissance en Espagne pour 2017 et 2018, notant que la reprise reste vigoureuse dans le pays. L'aval du FMI est également conditionné à la poursuite des réformes économiques du gouvernement grec. Le FMI s'attend désormais à une croissance de 3,1% de l'économie espagnole cette année, au lieu d'un taux de 2,6% estimé précédemment, et de 2,5% l'an prochain, au lieu de 2,1%. Read More »

Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau to guest on The Simpsons


The Danish actor will appear in an episode called "The Serfsons", which the show's executive producer Matt Selman describes as "a love letter to the fantasy genre of books and movies and TV shows". "The part is more Needle than Longclaw - but no less deadly", he added in reference to two of the swords from " Game of Thrones ". Best known for portraying the Kingslayer with an arm of gold, Coster-Waldau joins the likes of his fellow Thrones star Carice van Houten (Melisandre) who voiced ... Read More »

Dhanush's VIP 2 Release Postponed


Young actor Dhanush pinned all his hopes on his next movie VIP 2 which marks the sequel for his blockbuster film VIP. Since there are many films in the queue to get Censored from a long time, the makers of VIP 2 had no other choice but to delay the release. Read More »

Apache Corporation (APA) Downgraded by Wolfe Research

Institutional investors own 94.06% of the company's stock. Falcon Point Cap invested in 0.03% or 3,450 shares. The stock increased 0.01% or $0.01 during the last trading session, reaching $85.48. Brown Brothers Harriman & holds 0% in Apache Corporation (NYSE:APA) or 4,273 shares. On Monday, May 29 the stock rating was maintained by Stifel Nicolaus with "Hold". Read More »

Trump's son, close associates to appear before Senate

The G-20 dinner, hosted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, was open only to world leaders and their spouses, as well as one translator per couple, according to a senior White House official who described the event on condition of anonymity despite the president's criticism of unnamed sources. Read More »