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  • Oil Prices Rise As Russia, OPEC Begin Production Cut

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    Oil price yesterday headed northward to around $56 a barrel, climbing on supports from Russia and members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) who are delivering on promised supply reductions. Reuters’ report confirms that Russia cut production in January by around 100,000 barrels per day (bpd), even as a survey conducted by…

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  • FG Approves $1.2b For Kano – Kaduna Rail

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    The Federal Government has approved $1.2 billion for the construction of the Kano-Kaduna standard gauge railway project. The Minister of Transport, Mr Rotimi Amechi, said in Kano on Saturday when he visited Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje, that the Federal Government was negotiating with China EXIM bank to finance the project. “We are negotiating with China EXIM…

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  • Shooting In Florida Airport: 5 Dead, 8 Injured

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    Five people lost their lives and eight others were injured as a gunman opens fire in Florida Airport. The suspect who has now been taken into custody for questioning by the FBI, said he had heard voices in his head telling him to join ISIS. Although Florida’s governor Rick Scott has condemned the shooting as…

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  • Nana Akufo-Addo Is Sworn In As Ghana’s President

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    Nana Akufo-Addo has been sworn in as Ghana’s new president yeaterday. This comes after he won the elections last month, and the incumbent leader at the time, John Mahama conceded defeat. Leaders from across Africa and thousands of guests and dignitaries watched him take the oath of office at a ceremony in the Independence Square,…

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  • 136 Nigeria Police Officers Honoured In Somalia

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    A total of 136 police officers from Nigeria were awarded medals to mark the end of their duty tour in Somalia, a statement by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) has said. The statement issued in Abuja, yesterday, indicated that the 136 police officers participated in a medal parade on Tuesday to mark the…

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  • Istanbul Attack, 39 Dead, Several Wounded

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    A gunman reportedly dressed as Santa Claus opened fire, killing 39 people and injuring several at a nightclub in Istanbul, Turkey on New Years day. This carnage occured in the early hours of morning, as revellers were celebrating the New Year. According to a news agency, there were two gunmen dressed in Santa Claus outfits,…

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  • 39 Dead, Several Wounded In Istanbul New Year Attack

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    A gunman reportedly dressed as Santa Claus opened fire, killing 39 people and injuring several at a nightclub in Istanbul, Turkey on New Years day. This carnage occured in the early hours of morning, as revellers were celebrating the New Year. According to a news agency, there were two gunmen dressed in Santa Claus outfits,…

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