• Senate Launches Probe of NNPC GMD Over Kachikwu's Allegations
Senate Launches Probe of NNPC GMD Over Kachikwu's Allegations

The senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to remove himself as the Minister of Petroleum Resources and appoint a successor that can be accountable for the nation's oil industry. Baru later joined Muslim faithful, including Buhari for the Juma'at service in a mosque inside the Presidential Villa. ...

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  • Fired construction worker kills foreman, then self, at site
Fired construction worker kills foreman, then self, at site

The Daily Mail cited witnesses as saying the victim was a foreman who was shot by another construction worker. West 59th Street was closed to cars and pedestrians between 11th and 12th avenues, the NYPD said . "I checked his pulse, but it didn't seem like he had one". "Face down, blood everywhere, brains on the floors", he said. Almost two h...

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  • Vegas shooting victim finds strength to stand when Trump enters hospital room
Vegas shooting victim finds strength to stand when Trump enters hospital room

Paddock, killed 58 people in the shooting, which is now the deadliest in USA history. "It's a very sad thing". Steven McCarthy, the uncle of one of the victims says, "I can not think of any better word to describe her than saying she was dearly a precious angel that had been gifted to us".

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  • Bump Stocks Are Flying Off The Shelves Before Possibly Getting Banned
Bump Stocks Are Flying Off The Shelves Before Possibly Getting Banned

Johnson's openness to banning such devices was shared by at least two House Republicans . In an interview Wednesday House Majority Whip Steve Scalise - who returned to Congress last week after surviving a shooting in Alexandria, Virginia, in July - agreed.

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  • Death toll at Brazil day care center rises to 7
Death toll at Brazil day care center rises to 7

More Americans have died from gunshots in the past 50 years than have been killed in every US war, NBC News reported. 25 people mostly children aged between four and five were hospitalised with burn injuries. I want to express my sympathy to the families". Temer said he understood "this must be an extremely painful loss" for the parents, as he,...

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  • Trump Administration Announces Broad Exemptions for HHS Mandate
Trump Administration Announces Broad Exemptions for HHS Mandate

Liberty Counsel filed the first private lawsuit against ObamaCare the day it was signed into law in 2010. The Trump administration said colleges, faith-based nonprofits and for-profit companies can now avoid the mandate by claiming a religious or moral objection instead of submitting the paperwork, while publicly traded companies must pin...

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi government, under fire, eases burden on small companies
Prime Minister Narendra Modi government, under fire, eases burden on small companies

The government has already allowed exporters to furnish Letter of Undertaking (LUT) instead of bonds at the time of exports, which will help in making GST compliance easier and prevent working capital from being locked up. The GST Council, chaired by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley , met in New Delhi today. A nominal 0.1 percent GST on expor...

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  • Is this England squad good enough to succeed in Russian Federation?
Is this England squad good enough to succeed in Russian Federation?

But there was nothing Oblak could do about Kane's late victor, the cross from former Spurs teammate Walker flawless for him to tap in his 14th goal of the season for club and country. However, one again questions remains as to whether Southgate and co. can make the step up from a relatively easy group stage to the cut and thrust of finals footb...

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  • Steve Mnuchin Has Cost Taxpayers $800000 For Travel On Military Planes
Steve Mnuchin Has Cost Taxpayers $800000 For Travel On Military Planes

The inspector general said that Mnuchin's use of the planes was not illegal but that he had failed to meet rules that require that military flights be used only if the White House determines in advance that doing so is justified by costs or specific security or emergency needs.

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  • Chief Minister denies handing Theresa May a P45
Chief Minister denies handing Theresa May a P45

The pound is now trading at 1.307, down nearly 2.5 percent so far this week, the worst since its 4.1 percent weekly decline in 2016 in the aftermath of the Brexit referendum. The former cabinet minister and chairman of the Conservative party said he had meant to keep his plot to topple the prime minister secret but May's aides leaked his name to ...

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  • Portrait emerging of Las Vegas shooter as man 'descending into madness'
Portrait emerging of Las Vegas shooter as man 'descending into madness'

More details have emerged about Marilou Danley , the girlfriend of the man who opened fire on concertgoers in Las Vegas late Sunday night. In an interview with CNN affiliate Seven Network Australia, Danley's sisters said that Danley did not know about the shooting and was "sent away" before the attack.

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  • North Korean workers process salmon, snow crab shipped to US
North Korean workers process salmon, snow crab shipped to US

If true, this would mean American customers have inadvertently subsidized North Korea's nuclear weapons program. AP said Hunchun was part of a broader effort by Pyongyang to disperse tens of thousands of workers around the world in various industries, bringing in an estimated $200 to $500 million annually and bolstering North Korea's nuclear pro...

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  • Will United States Impose New Gun Laws After Las Vegas Shooting?
Will United States Impose New Gun Laws After Las Vegas Shooting?

Police stormed his room and found he had killed himself after committing the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history. "The classification of these devices depends on whether they mechanically alter the function of the firearm to fire fully automatic", said Jill Snyder, ATF Special Agent in Charge.

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  • Trump Justice Dept. Ends Transgender Workplace Protections
Trump Justice Dept. Ends Transgender Workplace Protections

Sessions's memo urges the Department of Justice to "interpret Title VII as written by Congress". Title VII of the landmark 1964 federal law states that employers can not discriminate against someone "because of such individual's race, color, religion, sex, or national origin".

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  • Pence says NASA will put people on the moon again
Pence says NASA will put people on the moon again

Pence also proclaimed that the United States will be the first nation to put humans on Mars - whether that will be via NASA or a private company like SpaceX (or a mixture of both) is yet to be seen. The Trump administration has re-assembled the National Space Council, which was disbanded in 1993. The council will aid the Trump administration in d...

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  • Catalans Stall Independence Push With Leaders Divided
Catalans Stall Independence Push With Leaders Divided

Upholding a challenge by Catalonia's Socialist party, which opposes secession from Spain , the court ruled that allowing the regional parliament to meet and declare independence would violate the rights of the party's MPs. "Georgia hopes that the situation in the Kingdom of Spain will be peacefully regulated in full compliance with the princ...

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  • Tillerson Denies Wanting to Resign, But Doesn't Deny Calling Trump a 'Moron'
Tillerson Denies Wanting to Resign, But Doesn't Deny Calling Trump a 'Moron'

He called the network "fake news" and said "they are a disgrace to good reporting ". "No wonder their news ratings are way down!". "They should issue an apology to AMERICA!" A person familiar with that conversation also disputed that Pence sought to coax Tillerson into not quitting.

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  • Iraq Retakes Town of Hawija from Islamic State
Iraq Retakes Town of Hawija from Islamic State

Hawija , which lies 215km (135 miles) north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad , has been a bastion of Sunni Arab insurgents since the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. It warned, however, that "an ISIS presence remains in Iraq, and the Coalition will continue to stand side-by-side with the ISF in their collective mission to defeat ISIS ( Islamic Sta...

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  • Al Soma keeps Syria in the race against Australia
Al Soma keeps Syria in the race against Australia

Al Soma very almost scored from a headed effort that struck Ryan's face en route to the post, one of many near misses for Syria in the second half. Australia had little in clear-cut chances to show for their dominance of possession with only Mark Milligan forcing anything like a serious save from Ibrahim Alma with his long range attempt inside ...

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  • UK's Edward Heath would have been quizzed on child sex abuse claims
UK's Edward Heath would have been quizzed on child sex abuse claims

The allegations made against Heath include one of rape of a male under 16, three of indecent assault on a male under 16, four of indecent assault on a male under 14, and two of indecent assault on a male over 16. "This conclusion relates to seven of the 42 disclosures that were considered by the Operation Conifer investigation". Wiltshire Poli...

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