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Showing posts from April 1, 2018

Government to help journalists upgrade – Information Minister Mustapha

The Information Minister Mustapha Hamid has disclosed that the government is willing to support Journalists in the country undertake training courses to upgrade themselves.

Al-Shabaab attacks African Union base in Somalia - military

Islamist insurgents battled for hours on Sunday with African Union troops after exploding a car bomb outside their base, Somali police, military and the militants said.

New Music: Eben feat. Nathaniel Bassey – No One Like You

Worship ministers Eben and Nathaniel Bassey collaborate on this brand new worship song titled No One Like You. This soft solemn song of worship to God will inspire and pull you into an atmosphere of praise and worship to the almighty God.

Pope Easter message urges ‘end to Syria carnage’

The Pope has called for an end to the "carnage" in Syria during his Easter message from the Vatican.

Annie~Joy writes: It Is Not Your Fault. Part 1 #BeInspired!

In this life, there are events that are bound to happen no matter what you do to prevent them and when these events occur, know that it is not your fault. They happen for numerous reasons. When people loathe you because of such events, ignore them for the statement of the day is: “Don’t mind what people say behind your back because it’s of no importance”. At the end of this piece, you will understand the reason why this is so.

10 people die following the collapse of a 4-storey hotel building in India

At least 10 people died and two were injured when a four-storey hotel collapsed in a crowded part of the central Indian city of Indore late on Saturday, a local police official said.

Mali jihadist faces war crimes charges at International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court in the Hague has taken into custody a man wanted for war crimes in Mali, after the authorities there handed him over.

Anthony Joshua beats Joseph Parker by unanimous decision in heavyweight clash (Photos)

The British -Nigerian boxer defeated New Zealand star on unanimous points decision 118-110, 118-110, 119-109 following a tactical 12 rounds fight to add the WBO belt to his list of titles, WBA, IBF and IBO.