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French Minister Christiane Taubira resigns amid terror row

French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira has stepped down from her job, shortly before plans to strip people convicted of terrorism of their citizenship go before parliament. Ms Taubira was known to disagree with the controversial proposals. The citizenship plans were put forward after the 13 November Paris attacks in which ...

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I Could Shoot Someone and I Would Not Lose Voters-Donald Trump

Donald Trump boasted Saturday that support for his presidential campaign would not decline even if he shot someone in the middle of a crowded street. “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters,” Trump said at a campaign rally here. After ...

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US Nuclear Missile Damaged In Silo By Airmen In 2014

Maintenance errors by three airmen damaged a nuclear-armed missile in its silo in 2014, the US Air Force says. It says the incident happened on 17 May that year, but caused no injuries and did not pose any risk to public safety. The Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile was removed ...

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North Korea Detains U.S. Student For ‘Hostile Act’

North Korea said on Friday it had detained a U.S. university student for committing a “hostile act” and wanting to “destroy the country’s unity”, the third western citizen known to be held in the isolated state. The North’s official KCNA news agency said Otto Frederick Warmbier entered North Korea as ...

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New Report Exposes Conflict Of Interest Among COP21 Sponsors

Corporate Accountability International (CAI) has exposed a conflict of interest in the ongoing climate talks in Paris in a new report titled “Fueling the fire: the big polluters bankrolling COP21” which focuses on the environmental destruction and public policy interference of the leading COP21 sponsors. The report lays bare the ...

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40 Countries, G-20 Funding ISIS- Putin

Russian President, Putin Vladimir has alleged that forty countries and some nations in the G-20 are responding for funding for Islamic State(IS) Speaking to Journalists at the on going G-20 meeting in Turkey , Putin said the extremists group gets it funds from 40 countries from around the world. Though ...

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French Suspends Schengen Visa

The French government  have suspended its participation in the Schengen agreement.  The suspension is to take a precaution of terrorist threat  following the last night attack that killed over 120 people and 352 wounded “The move by the French government is temporary and the country will suspend its participation in the ...

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224 Passengers Perish in Russian Plane Crash

A Russian plane with 217 passengers and seven crew members crashed early hour on Saturday in Sina Peninsula, Egypt. According to a security officer who visited the scene of the accident , said the plane was completely destroyed and all on board probably dead. “The Egyptian aviation ministry said the ...

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UN Raises $25bn To Eliminate Maternal, Infant Mortality

Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, on Saturday, announced that the organization is committing over $25billion in initial commitments, spanning five years, to help end preventable deaths of women, children and adolescents. Ki-moon, who disclosed the development during the ongoing UN General Assembly holding in New York, stated ...

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Buhari Arrives Paris

President Buhari with his entourage has arrived in Paris, France. He was received  at the airport by the Val De Marne Governor, H.E . Thiery Leleu.

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