Nigeria News

Tunisia bans Wonder Woman after al-Chaab complaint

A court in Tunisia has banned Wonder Woman, a US film starring a former soldier with the Israeli army, more than a month after it was scheduled to open at cinemas, a legal source said.

The film was due to be screened at two venues in Tunis in early June …

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US ends laptop ban on Middle East carriers

The United States has ended a ban on passengers carrying laptops on board US-bound flights from certain airports in the Middle East and North Africa, bringing to an end one of the controversial travel restrictions imposed by President Donald Trump's administration.

Riyadh's King Khalid International Airport was the last of …

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⚽AFCON to Be Played in June/July🗓

Dramatic changes to the continent’s top competition on are on the cards after recommendations made at a symposium on the future of the sport on the continent in Morocco on Wednesday.

The African Nations Cup finals is to be expanded and its contentious timing changed but its frequency will …

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BREAKING: Senate Confirms Appointment Of Eight Resident Electoral Commissioners

The Senate has confirmed the appointment of eight more Resident Electoral Commissioners.The confirmation is coming after the Senate resolved not to confirm any nominee from Acting President Yemi Osinbajo until all issues as regards confirmation of appointments are resolved.

However, the Senate President, Bukola Saraki explained that the Senate …

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Senate passes Whistleblower Protection Bill into law

The Nigerian Senate has passed the Whistleblower Protection Bill into law.

The Bill, which seeks to encourage and facilitate the disclosures of improper conduct by public officers and public bodies was presented by the Committee on Judiciary, Human Rights and Legal Matters, chaired by Senator David Umaru, the member representing …

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Kogi ASUU operated like opposition party –Gov Bello

The Kogi State Governor, Yahya Bello, has said that he decided to proscribe the state university’s chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities because the association had turned itself into an opposition political party.

He said it was apparent that some forces who he did not name were …

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Saudi police release Snapchat ‘model in skirt’ without charge

Saudi police have released without charge a woman who was filmed in a miniskirt at a historic site in the ultra-conservative kingdom, the government said on Wednesday. The ministry of information said police had released the woman last night and the prosecutor had closed the case.

Police said on Tuesday …

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2⃣ New Harry Potter⚡ Books to Be Published!

The Hogwarts universe is set to expand by an additional two new Harry Potter books in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the magical series. The books will be released in conjunction with an exhibition at the British Library, titled A History of Magic. The event, featuring the books will …

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Motor racing: Formula One appoints Nielsen as sporting director

Former Williams team manager Steve Nielsen is joining Formula One as sporting director, reporting to motorsport head Ross Brawn.

"His appointment will strengthen the working group we are setting up to work with the FIA and the teams in defining a framework for the technical and sporting regulations for Formula …

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🇮🇳Indian Man Plays 🎸Guitar as 👨‍⚕Doctors Operate🔪 on His Brain

A 32-year-old techie-turned-musician strummed the guitar on the operation table while surgeons "burned" his brain to correct a neurological disorder. The seven-hour surgery at a city hospital last week relieved the youth of musician's dystonia, a condition that cramped three fingers on his left hand.

Tushar (name changed) experienced the …

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