Saturday, July 30, 2016
He said the country is the second African country, after Algeria, to defeat terrorists.
Sani said this when he visited the Algerian Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Belkacem Smaili, at the Embassy of Algeria, Abuja.
He said, “Nigeria, just like Algeria, has been able to defeat terrorism. Algeria, as the first country in Africa to experience the worst form of terror and they were able to defeat it.
Mongo, 22, had suffered from alopecia and was being treated for an infection picked up on a routine health check but failed to come round from the anaesthetic.
Following his death, a spokesman for the zoo were he had lived said in a statement: "Mongo was undergoing a routine health check to investigate his enlarged air sac.
"Although Mongo showed no other outward signs of ill health, the health check revealed that he had an infection and regrettably, he failed to recover from the anaesthetic."
The closure marked the latest development in the ongoing political and media war between the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, and a lawmaker from Kano State, Abdulmumin Jibrin, over alleged manipulation of line items and figures in the 2016 Appropriation Bill.
Mr. Jibrin began working to expel Mr. Dogara from office a day after the Speaker announced his removal as chairman of Appropriation Committee on allegations that he committed serial betrayal of trust.
Bonnie Walker was found dead in a pond after what is thought to be the first fatal ' gator attack in South Carolina. Detectives believe the pensioner slipped of fell into the pond, where she was attacked by the ferocious creature.
Robert McCullough, from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, said: "It’s the first one as far as we’ve been keeping records." Her remains were found in the water behind the home where she lived.
“Ajoke my bestie for life. They Said we are quarelling because of a Man. kojoooooooooooooooooooooor. They never born the man.”
FBI assistant special agent Keith Byers says authorities arrested Edema Missiadan after police in Mesa, Arizona, relayed information that a girl possibly was being forced into prostitution in the El Paso area.
An undercover investigator responding to ads offering escort service on the notorious classified website Backpage.com set up a meeting at a Super 8 Motel in El Paso Wednesday evening, and Missiadan was arrested on one count of sex trafficking of children.
Islamists Abdel Malik, along with Adel Kermiche cut the throat of Father Jacques Hamel at a church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, Normandy, on Tuesday.
The pair forced a man in the congregation to video the brutal killing of the 85-year-old on a phone before he was knifed in the neck, arms and back next to the altar.
The execution sparked authorities, including the British Home Office, to urge religious leaders to tighten up security, but the Pope appeared to reject the warnings.
Two people were killed when a bomb struck the entrance of the hospital, in the northwestern city of Idlib, the organization said.
A woman who was six months pregnant had her leg severed and two other women suffered shrapnel wounds to their stomachs, it said.
Babies and a number of patients and staff were injured.
Kyle Cox was jailed after pleading guilty in May to charges of coercion or enticement.
Cox was a basketball coach at Park Tudor school when he coerced a 15-year-old female student into exchanging sexually explicit messages via text and Snapchat.
Cox carried on the inappropriate relationship with the girl for several months before the girl's father discovered the messages and reported them to school officials, just days before the girl had agreed to meet Cox at his home for sex last December.
The director, who lost his famous father after a secret cancer battle earlier this year, announced the happy news on Twitter and the little one's middle name is a tribute to the star.
Duncan tweeted: "Stenton David Jones. Born July 10th, exactly six months after his grandad made room for him. Love you both so (sic)."
He attached a picture of a cartoon of him, his father and his newborn son with funny text in speech bubbles.
Jarvis Chimenes Pavao, was locked up in Tacumbu prison in Asuncion, Paraguay, after being found guilty of money laundering charges. Yet Pavao, who is considered to be one of South America's deadliest and most feared drug lords, is living the life of luxury behind bars in the Paraguayan prison.
But Pavao's cushy life behind bars came to an end at his own doing, after officers began to suspect he was planning to detonate a bomb in order to smash through one of the jail walls and escape.
Investigators flooded the Brazilian's cell in search of the explosives on Tuesday night, but instead found his luxury prison pad.
‘I like to take a really rich, powerful man and make him squirm like a little b***h…I get off on that,’ admitted the 32-year-old. Her favorite position, she said, is the basic missionary.
‘You know you like to lay on your back and take it,' grinned the model/TV personality.
When asked about the ‘back door’ she said: ‘I’ve never tried anal.’ Adding quickly: ‘Not saying I won’t, I’ll probably get bored and want to try it some time,’ she speculated.
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Around 12:30 a.m. local time Friday, the Piper Cheyenne aircraft containing three crew members and one patient departed from airport in Crescent City, California -- about 20 miles south of Oregon.
The plane, which is part of Cal-Ore Life Flight's fleet, was headed for Oakland International Airport, located about 400 miles south.
By 1 a.m., the pilot declared an emergency indicating that there was smoke onboard, said Lt. Wayne Hanson of the Humboldt County Sheriff's Department. Five minutes later, communication with the plane was lost.
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It was gathered that the victim, Nwadiokeonu Nwachukwu, is currently receiving treatment at a local hospital in Aba, while her severed hand had been taken to her husband’s village at Abala for burial.
A female co-tenant of Mrs. Nwachukwu, who pleaded anonymity, told Southern City News that the couple had lived in the city for years before the husband lost his job and had to relocate to the village, leaving his wife, a trader, in the city.
She said, “The couple had always quarreled any time the man visited his wife in the city, to the extent that all the tenants are aware and intervene in their quarrels.”