The number of people killed in a train crash in Cameroon on Friday has risen to 70, with another 600 injured.
The train was travelling between the country’s mains cities, Douala and Yaounde, when it came off the tracks.
The train was overcrowded because a bridge on the road connecting the two cities had collapsed after heavy rain.
Barely 72 hours after turning herself in to Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Rita Ofili-Ajimogobia residence got raided by operatives of the EFCC during which ‘vital’ documents belonging to Ofili that may point to criminal breaches were allegedly retrieved.
According to Vanguard Sunday, a top operative said that bank accounts of the woman and those of her children were also taken away by the security operatives during the raid.
Iraqi forces have retaken two Christian towns after more than two years of brutal rule by ISIS militants, military officials say — part of an ongoing operation to liberate the key city of Mosul.
A multi-ethnic and multi-religious coalition of more than around 100,000 people have been in a decisive push toward Mosul since Monday
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has clarified his comments that seemed to call for a split from the United States, saying he was advocating a “separation of foreign policy” rather than “a severance of ties.”
Addressing a press conference in Davao City after his return from a state visit to China, Duterte said:
“It is not severance of ties. You say severance of ties, you cut the diplomatic relations. I cannot do that.
“Why? It is in the best interest of my country that we maintain that relationship. Why? Because there are many Filipinos in the United States. Well, Americans of Filipino ancestry.
Hillary Clinton appears to be displaying strength in the crucial battleground states of North Carolina and Florida among voters casting ballots before Election Day, and may also be building an early vote advantage in Arizona and Colorado.
Donald Trump, meanwhile, appears to be holding ground in Ohio, Iowa and Georgia, according to data compiled by The Associated Press. Those are important states for Trump, but not sufficient for him to win the presidency if he loses states like Florida or North Carolina.
Battle For Mosul:Men,Boys Used As Shields,Dumped Into Mass Grave As ISIS Kills Hundreds In Mosul Area
ISIS rounded up and killed 284 men and boys as Iraqi-led coalition forces closed in on mosul, the terror group’s last major stronghold in Iraq.
Those killed Thursday and Friday were used as human shields against attacks forcing ISIS out of southern parts of Mosul.
ISIS dumped the corpses in a mass grave at the defunct College of Agriculture in northern Mosul, the intelligence source said.
Ryan Reynolds reportedly became the father of two earlier this month. Reynolds and his wife, Blake Lively, have not confirmed the birth or any details about the baby’s name or gender.
This couple likes to keep things vague. (They did the same thing with James, their first daughter, but with time—and enough prodding by journalists—they eventually cracked. It just took three months.)
Only…did Reynolds just give it all away in a tweet?
Embattled former Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro may soon be let out of custody by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) following indications that he has agreed to make refunds of the money he allegedly collected from the Office of National Security Adviser (ONSA), the Nation reports.
The anti-graft agency accused the ex-minister of collecting N785 million from ONSA while in office.
His friends and associates are understood to be rallying around him to raise the funds as a first step to secure his bail.
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Fani Kayode’s aide has released a statement following his re-arrest. The statement alleges of a plot to kill the former minister..Read below
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) once again lived up to its billing of being used by the current administration for the sinister purposes of silencing the opposition under the guise of fighting corruption.