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100-Year-Old Ex-SS Camp Guard On Trial For 3518 Deaths

Doctors have said that the man, whose full name was not disclosed due to German trial reporting rules, is only partially fit to stand trial.

World Bank Projects Nigeria’s Economy To Rebound By 2.4% In 2021

The World Bank says Nigeria’s economy is expected to grow by 2.4 per cent in 2021 owing to support by the service sector.

WHO Recommends World’s First Malaria Vaccine

It was widely accepted by both caregivers and healthcare workers of reduced hospitalisations from severe malaria by 30 per cent.

Donald Trump Drops Off Forbes’ 400 Richest Americans

Former U.S. President Donald Trump was not included in the annual Forbes 400 ranking of the wealthiest Americans.

Water Crisis Looms Globally As Drought Increases By 29% In Africa – WMO

WMO and partners in a report published on Tuesday said improved water management, monitoring, and forecasting were needed.

CEO Loses $7Bn In Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram Global Crash

Facebook has emphasized that the issues facing its products, including political polarization, are complex and not caused by technology alone.

811 People Hungry, Says UN, Appeals Against Food Waste

Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said on Tuesday that 17 percent of all food available to consumers in 2019 ended up being thrown.

17 Children Die Of Malnutrition

Another doctor in the hospital, Eidi Mah-Sultani said that the hospital receives between 20 to 50 children suffering from malnutrition daily.

2,200 Killed, 5,800 Injured In Road Accidents

A total of 2,229 people were killed, and 5,869 others were injured in connection with 4,500 road accidents in the first eight months.

UNGA 76: Nigeria Seeks UN Support Against Counter-Terrorism, Violent Extremism

Monguno also expressed Nigeria’s readiness to collaborate with UNOCT in rendering humanitarian support for victims of terrorism in Nigeria.

6 Die In Military Plane Crash

Russian Emergencies Ministry on Thursday, confirmed that six people died in an An-26 Russian military transport aircraft crash.

Turkish Police Detained 4,015 Suspected Putschists In Cell Houses Since 2016 – Report

The Turkish government blamed Gulen and his network for masterminding the coup bid in July 2016, in which 250 people were killed.

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Buhari Not Averse To Igbo Presidency – Maduekwe

Maduekwe said this during an interaction with newsmen in his Ohafia country home to mark his 68th birthday, which fell formally on Oct. 15.

Airlines Resume U.S Flight November 8

The airline’s Chief Operating Officer (CEO), Mr. Ed Bastian, made the announcement in a statement issued to newsmen in Lagos State.

Myanmar Remits Sentences Of 1,316 Prisoners

The State Administration Council of Myanmar on Monday remitted sentences of 1,316 prisoners, an order from the council said.

COVID-19: NCDC Registers 125 Infections, As Cases Rise To 209,298

COVID-19 cases in Nigeria continues to rise as 125 new cases were recorded by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Sunday.

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