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INTERPOL To Connect Nigeria Security Agencies To Database

Interpol is to connect key law enforcement agencies in Nigeria to its National Data Base tool known as i-24/7. It s a database for tracking a wanted person, stolen vehicles, artifact, missing persons and other transnational criminals. The database has been restricted to Police use. A statement by the Police …

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Senate Forgery: Police Submit Fresh Report, Which Indicts Saraki, Ekweremadu

There are strong indications that the police have submitted to the National Prosecution Coordination Committee, another report on the investigations into the alleged forgery of the Senate Standing Orders, 2015. SUNDAY PUNCH gathered that in the fresh report, the police indicted the President of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki, and …

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Obama Bids Bittersweet Farewell To Closest Partner On World Stage

BERLIN — Eight years after his electrifying speech that wooed Europe into re-embracing U.S. power, President Obama landed in Berlin on Wednesday to bid a bittersweet farewell to the one woman who might preserve his overseas legacy: German Chancellor Angela Merkel. U.S. allies in Europe fear the dawning of Donald …

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Governor Shettima Presents N10m to Widow, 3 Children of Fallen Hero, Abu Ali

Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima on Saturday presented a cheque valued at ten million naira to Samira, widow of fallen soldier and one of Nigeria’s bravest war hero, Lt.Col Muhammad Abu Ali who was killed in Malam-fatori, headquarters of Abadam local government area in northern part of Borno State about …

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Britain Makes Dramatic U-Turn, Invites Donald Trump To Buckingham Palace Next Year

President elect Donald Trump will receive an invitation to meet with the Queen in the summer of next year, according to reports. Ministers believe the Queen is their “secret weapon” and Theresa May will use the state visit to help strengthen the “special relationship” between Britain and the United States. The US president-elect reportedly told the …

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Increase In Hate Crimes Should Be Deeply Worrying For All Americans – Attorney General Loretta Lynch

US Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch released a video statement, on Friday, on the FBI’s newly announced 2015 hate crime statistics which shows overall increase of six percent in hate crimes, with an alarming 67 percent increase in hate crimes committed against Muslim Americans, in the country. In the video, …

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