Africa

‘Hasten transformation of polytechnics into technical universities’

Mar. 16 | Dr Abdulai Salifu Asuro, Rector of the Tamale Polytechnic, has appealed to the government to hasten the process of transforming the country’s polytechnics into technical... Read more»

Asia

legal

China court jails anti-corruption activists

Apr. 18 | A Chinese court has jailed four activists linked to the New Citizens’ Movement, which campaigns for government transparency. Human rights lawyer Ding Jiaxi was jailed... Read more»

China

legal

China court jails anti-corruption activists

Apr. 18 | A Chinese court has jailed four activists linked to the New Citizens’ Movement, which campaigns for government transparency. Human rights lawyer Ding Jiaxi was jailed... Read more»

Christain

Malachy Igwilo

Indeed, Pope Francis is NOT a Catholic! (1) By Malachy Igwilo

Apr. 8 | x I write to reply to a certain Rev Father Nwabuzo, a priest in the Catholic Dominican Order stationed at Ibadan who wrote to reply to my reply to Bishop Hassan Kukah, the... Read more»

Indeed, Pope Francis is NOT a Catholic (3) By Malachy Igwilo

Apr. 8 | By Malachy Igwilo As I said in my original piece, Evagelium Gaudium, EG, is the “most unbelievable documents coming from a reigning Pontiff”.... Read more»

Column

fulani

Addressing the scourge of fulani herdsmen in benue state By John Akevi

Apr. 18 | john4akevi@gmail.com Apart from Boko Haram,one recurrent security challenge that confronts many States in the country is the scourge of fulani herdsmen. The attacks by the... Read more»

Egypt

Egypt tags Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group

Dec. 26 | CAIRO (AFP) – Egypt’s military-installed rulers declared the Muslim Brotherhood of ousted president Mohamed Morsi a “terrorist” organisation Wednesday, blaming it... Read more»

Europe

Pope Francis

Pope Francis continues to break tradition

Apr. 18 | Vatican City (CNN) — The washing of feet was a radical act in Jesus’ time. It is no less radical in the modern era, with Pope Francis’ decision to break... Read more»

Friday

fulani

Addressing the scourge of fulani herdsmen in benue state By John Akevi

Apr. 18 | john4akevi@gmail.com Apart from Boko Haram,one recurrent security challenge that confronts many States in the country is the scourge of fulani herdsmen. The attacks by the... Read more»

Ghana

‘Hasten transformation of polytechnics into technical universities’

Mar. 16 | Dr Abdulai Salifu Asuro, Rector of the Tamale Polytechnic, has appealed to the government to hasten the process of transforming the country’s polytechnics into technical... Read more»

Health

HIV/AIDS test: When women top chat in Bauchi*

Apr. 11 | By Odimegwu Onwumere Dr. Abdulaziz Manga, Executive Secretary, Bauchi State Agency for the Control of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Leprosy and Malaria, BACATMA has said that his... Read more»

Isreal

Palestinian men held after Israeli man killed in West Bank

Oct. 11 | Israeli forces have detained five Palestinians after an Israeli man was beaten to death on a Jewish settlement in the West Bank. Sraya Ofer, a retired... Read more»

Israel to build synagogue at al-Aqsa Mosque

Oct. 20 | A recent report says the Israeli regime is planning to build a synagogue in the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) as part of its efforts to further Judaize... Read more»

Italy

Italian farmers protest food imports

Dec. 6 | Italian farmers have staged rallies outside the parliament to protest the government’s economic policies that allow food imports, used to make classic Italian products... Read more»

Kuwait

Kuwait Airport taxi drivers win appeal to set up union

Oct. 3 | The Court of Appeals revoked the decision of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor to stop the proclamation of the labor union of Kuwait international... Read more»

Kuwaiti woman sentenced to death for murdering maid

Nov. 25 | KUWAIT CITY: Kuwait’s supreme court upheld Monday a death sentence against a woman for murdering her Filipino maid after torturing her. The highest court also confirmed... Read more»

Law

When Use Of Further Affidavit Filed In The Course Of Proceedings Is Permissible

Apr. 11 | – THE NEED TO FIRST SEEK AND OBTAIN LEAVE OF COURT By Cajetan Osisioma Introduction: It is not uncommon for a party in an action to seek to rely on a further or additional... Read more»

Letters

letter

Open Letter To Mr President, Atta Igalla And Confab Delegates by Ebira Youth Vanguard

Apr. 6 | SAFE OUR KINGDOM is a group of young Ebiras who are deeply disturbed about the grand design by the Igala Political class to completely destroy Ebira Kingdom. We shall substantiate... Read more»

Nigeria

Orji Uzor Kalu

Orji Uzor Kalu: A Lover of Humanity @ 54*

Apr. 17 | By Odimegwu Onwumere It is another special day for a former Governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu as he circles 54 on April 21, 2014. It is always a day of fun and happiness... Read more»

Photo

Nyaya victim6

Photo News: Nyaya bomb victims

Apr. 14 | 1,000 total views, 4 views today 1,000 total views, 4 views today Read more»

Saudi Arabia

Saudi king orders help for obese man

Feb. 4 | (CNN) — A Saudi man has lost more than 700 pounds (320 kilograms) — more than half his body weight — since Saudi Arabia’s King ordered him hospitalized... Read more»

South Africa

Rituals planned to return Nelson Mandela’s spirit home

Dec. 13 | While former President Nelson Mandela is an international icon, claimed by people across the globe; in death it is to his family that he will return. Madiba is to be buried... Read more»

Spain

Spain-protest

Pope slams youth unemployment in EU

Nov. 28 | Pope Francis has censured the high unemployment rate among young people in Europe, saying the ‘throwaway culture’ has discarded a generation of European youth. “Today... Read more»

Sports

Minna North Central Para-Soccer Holds In Niger

Mar. 4 | SULEIMAN ISAH To spice up the game of soccer among people living with disability, the para-soccer federation of nigeria has approved the hosting of the 1st north central... Read more»

Technology

twitter

Twitter unveils new profile page design

Apr. 8 | Calling the changes “a whole new you,” Twitter announced Tuesday that it will be rolling out a fresh design and new features to user profile pages. The company... Read more»

THURSDAY

Chido Onumah

What does the “North” want? (Part 2) By Chido Onumah

Apr. 10 | This piece is not a response to the “North’s” position on the National Conference. I believe every individual or group has the right to respond to the conference as... Read more»

Tuesday

Nyaya victim8

Crocodile Tears Of President Goodluck Jonathan Over The Nyanya Bombing

Apr. 15 | I laughed after watching on Africa Independent Television (AIT) the cry of President Jonathan when he visited the scene of the bomb blast at Nyanya, Abuja, recently. I will... Read more»

UK

Pregnant mum dies after drinking vinegar in botched abortion

Mar. 6 | A pregnant mum collapsed and died after drinking vinegar in a botched abortion. Catherine Furey, 38, who already had five children, drank the fluid in a desperate DIY termination.... Read more»

USA

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U.S. Navy Donates Project Handclasp worth $2.6 million to Nigerians

Apr. 18 | Ahead of Exercise OBANGAME EXPRESS, a multinational naval exercise co-hosted by the Nigerian Navy and US Naval Forces Africa, the USNS Spearhead will conduct a port call... Read more»

Vetical City

Pope Francis

Pope Francis continues to break tradition

Apr. 18 | Vatican City (CNN) — The washing of feet was a radical act in Jesus’ time. It is no less radical in the modern era, with Pope Francis’ decision to break... Read more»

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