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Nigeria Chibok girls: 103 freed girls to go back to school

Nigeria Chibok girls: 103 freed girls to go back to school

According to NAN, Dolapo Osinbajo, the wife of the Vice-President, expressed her happiness for the safe return of the girls while Mrs Alhassan, the Women's Affairs minister, said that the girls would be reintegrated back to the society after they had undergone psycho-therapy.


Supreme Court upholds death sentence for Nirbhaya rapists

Supreme Court upholds death sentence for Nirbhaya rapists

Justice - that is what an entire country demanded five years ago and never let the nation forget. India's top court has upheld the death sentences of four men who were convicted of the murder, gang-rape and
torture of a 23-year-old
medical student on a moving bus in New Delhi almost five years ago.



Unesco passes resolution criticising Israel's annexation of east Jerusalem

The UNESCO resolution said Israel had taken actions that have "altered, or purport to alter, the character and status of the Holy City". The resolution also criticizes Israel's excavations in East Jerusalem and two sites in the West Bank as well as its blockade of the Gaza Strip, calling them violations of worldwide law.



Labour manifesto has been 'unanimously agreed', says Jeremy Corbyn

But Jeremy Corbyn is making a speech attempting to persuade voters he is not soft on terror or going to war, insisting he is not a pacifist but pledging "no more hand-holding with Donald Trump". There would be a ban on so-called zero hours contracts, under which employers are not obliged to offer employees any minimum amount of work. Mr Gwynne said that in each region there should be a state-run energy firm.



I was going to fire Comey 'regardless,' he was a 'showboat'

Look, [Comey]'s a showboat. "The FBI has been in turmoil", Mr Trump claimed. "I said, 'If it's possible, will you let me know if I'm under investigation?' He said, 'You're not under investigation'". So, everybody was thinking they should've won the election. If recent history is any guide, Rosenstein is unlikely to provide a line-by-line response, likely leading Democrats to use Rosenstein's silence as further justification to continue holding up business in the U.S.


India expresses outrage to Pakistan High Commissioner at mutilation of soldiers' bodies

India expresses outrage to Pakistan High Commissioner at mutilation of soldiers' bodies

Talking tough, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Thursday said India will retaliate to enemy actions such as the one where two soldiers were beheaded by the Pakistan Army on the Line of Control. "We checked with our colleagues with UNMOGIP (UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan)". A day after India asserted that the mutilation of soldiers" bodies was carried out with the active participation of the Pakistani Army, Islamabad today warned that "provocative statements' by New ...