Why Nigerians should not travel to United States now – Presidency

The Presidency has advised Nigerians against traveling to the United States of America because of the lack of clarity on new immigration rules expected to be signed by President Donald…

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How hackers shut down Netflix, Twitter, and Spotify

On Friday morning, internet users all over the United States attempted to log in to Twitter and Netflix, only to find that a massive cyber attack rendered them unable to…

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Hurricane Matthew kills almost 900 in Haiti before hitting U.S

Hurricane Matthew killed almost 900 people and left tens of thousands homeless in Haiti earlier this week before plowing northward on Saturday over waters just off the U.S. south-east where…

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For now, U.S. tries to ignore Philippine president’s broadsides

U.S. officials are doing their best to ignore Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s hostile rhetoric and taking comfort in the fact that he has yet to translate his words into less…

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FG hails global endorsement of President Buhari

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has hailed the global endorsement which President Muhammadu Buhari received from world leaders during his recent trip to the US for the…

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Turkish failed Coup: Foreign Minister urges US to arrest Gülen

…Says all those abroad who are linked to failed coup will have to account for it in the end Turkey’s foreign minister reiterated Tuesday Ankara’s official arrest request to the…

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Syria: U.S. and Russia fail to close deal on ending violence

The United States and Russia failed on Friday to reach a breakthrough deal on military cooperation and a nationwide cessation of hostilities in Syria, saying they still have issues to…

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Hackers release the personal emails and phone numbers of nearly 200 congressional Democrats

The massive data breach plaguing the Democratic Party led to another leak on Friday. A hacker group calling itself “Guccifer 2.0” posted the personal cell phone numbers and emails of…

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South Sudan Crisis: U.S. proposes U.N. approve 4,000-strong force for Juba

The United States proposed on Sunday that the United Nations Security Council authorise a 4,000-strong force to ensure peace in South Sudan’s capital Juba and threaten to impose an arms…

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