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23 Jun 2017
At least 600 buildings in the UK are fitted with combustible cladding, the UK government says. Last week, a fire at London tower block Grenfell Tower, which many believe was spread by cladding catching fire, killed scores of people.
23 Jun 2017
Using of phone while driving is madness - FRSC Boss
23 Jun 2017
Sir Hugh Orde is a former British police chief who was at the forefront of the fight against terrorism, working at Scotland Yard in London and as chief constable in Northern Ireland.
23 Jun 2017
Qatar Airways is trying to acquire a ten percent stake in American Airlines in an unsolicited bid that would involve an investment of at least $808 million.
23 Jun 2017
Four people have died from the record-breaking heat in the U.S. Southwest where triple-digit temperatures have cancelled airline flights and driven people indoors.
23 Jun 2017
A seven-year push by Republicans to dismantle Obamacare and kill the taxes it imposes on the wealthy reached a critical juncture on Thursday when Senate Republican leaders unveiled a draft bill they aim to put to a vote, possibly as early as next week.
23 Jun 2017
National Assembly is not doubtful of its powers - Aliyu Sabi-Abdullahi
22 Jun 2017
Kogi voters submit Dino Melaye recall petition to INEC.
22 Jun 2017
The Middle East Eye warns that the new heir to the Saudi throne is a "reckless risk-taker," but for Israeli paper Haaretz, Crown Prince Bin Salman is "good news for Israel and the US."
22 Jun 2017
Etisalat - reminding the consortium of banks the telecoms firm is indebted to, that it cannot take over Etisalat's operating licence without its approval.
22 Jun 2017
A car bomb has exploded outside a bank in Helmand province, killing and wounding dozens.
22 Jun 2017
The investment case for the Nigerian beer market has weakened in recent years with a significant drop in the sector's earnings pool, which fell to 271 million dollars in 2016 from 609 million dollars in 2013.

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