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    Indonesian man to be chemically castrated for raping nine young girls

Indonesian man to be chemically castrated for raping nine young girls

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    Bangladesh court scraps ‘virgin’ status from marriage certificates

Bangladesh court scraps ‘virgin’ status from marriage certificates

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    FBI arrested Invictus Obi at the airport just before ‘escaping’ US — risks 20 years in prison

FBI arrested Invictus Obi at the airport just before ‘escaping’ US — risks 20 years in prison

Obinwanne Okeke, Invictus Group CEO, who is popularly known as Invictus Obi, was arrested at the Dulles International Airport, while leaving the United States, TheCable can report.According to information obtained from the US federal court in Virginia, US, Okeke was scheduled to return to Nigeria four days after a complaint was filed against him at the court, and was arrested [...]

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    White House correspondent under fire for describing South African president as an ‘unidentified leader’

White House correspondent under fire for describing South African president as an ‘unidentified leader’

Darlene Superville, a White House correspondent, is currently under fire for describing South African President Cyril Ramaphosa as an unidentified leader.Superville, who is currently in France covering President Donald Trump’s activities at the ongoing G7 summit, tweeted a picture with the caption, “ World leader bear hug before the group photo @ #G7Summit in Biarritz, France. ⁦@EmmanuelMacron @narendramodi @JustinTrudeau and [...]

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    EXTRA: Man loses wife to pastor who presided over his wedding

EXTRA: Man loses wife to pastor who presided over his wedding

John Kanyua, a businessman in Kenya, has lost his wife to the pastor who presided over his wedding.According to NAIROBI NEWS, Leah Wambui, his wife, had reportedly fled with the pastor, abandoning a 26-year union that produce five children.The newspaper said the relationship between the duo began when Kanyua and his wife started attending the pastor’s Joy Springs Church in Juja [...]

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    FBI: ‘Many’ Nigerians indicted in one of the largest fraud cases in US history

FBI: ‘Many’ Nigerians indicted in one of the largest fraud cases in US history

The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has listed many Nigerians in an ongoing investigation related to fraud cases.At a press conference monitored by TheCable on Thursday, Nick Hanna, US attorney, said the fraud cases involved suspects colluding with federal and state agents to dupe unsuspecting victims of their money.He said a total of 80 suspects "many of whom are from Nigeria" [...]

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    Outrage as fire rips through Brazil’s Amazon — world’s largest rainforest

Outrage as fire rips through Brazil’s Amazon — world’s largest rainforest

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    TRENDING VIDEO: New Zealand speaker feeds colleague’s baby during plenary

TRENDING VIDEO: New Zealand speaker feeds colleague’s baby during plenary

A video has surfaced online where Trevor Mallard, speaker of New Zealand's parliament, is seen feeding a colleague’s baby while presiding over a debate during plenary.In the now viral video, Mallard assumed the role of babysitter while presiding over the house.The speaker had taken to his Twitter page on Wednesday to share images of him feeding and cradling MP Tamati [...]

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    Many stranded as government shuts Seme border

Many stranded as government shuts Seme border

Hundreds of travellers were stranded on Tuesday and Wednesday, following closure of Seme border in Lagos.The border links Nigeria with some neighbouring West African countries.Some Nigerians, who took to Twitter to lament, said they were not aware of the development, said they got to the border and were refused entry. Some traders from Benin Republic who had come to Nigeria also [...]

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    Ekweremadu’s attackers will face German law, says embassy

Ekweremadu’s attackers will face German law, says embassy

The Nigerian embassy in Germany says the attackers of Ike Ekweremadu, former deputy senate president, will be prosecuted under German laws.Under German laws, physical assaults are punishable by fines or imprisonments of up to 10 years, depending on the gravity.Ekweremadu, who is a serving senator from Enugu state, was beaten up by members of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) [...]

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