Court grants bail to detained CUPP Spokesman, Ikenga Ugochinyere
24 June 2020 | 7:00 am
A Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Magistrate Court sitting in Wuse Zone 2 has ordered the release of detained spokesman of the Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP), Barrister Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere.
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Voting 61-54, Israel's parliament has forwarded a dissolution bill to committee stages that could ultimately trigger fresh elections. Defense minister Benny Gantz's Blue and White party voted with the opposition.
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Ahead of the national elections, Germany's ruling parties are at loggerheads on whistleblower protections. The matter is urgent as a December deadline is fast approaching for all countries in the EU to pass legislation.
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Naftali Bennett took a major step toward ending the 12-year rule of Benjamin Netanyahu, announcing that he would try to form a unity government with his opponents.
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The Israeli prime minister hit out at a deal to end his second stint in office, pointing to promises by his former protege Naftali Bennett never to serve in government with centrist Yair Lapid.
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The earthquake on Indonesia's island of Java injured dozens of children. The quake hit during the day, while classes were underway, and some students lost their lives. According to reports, some 80 schools were damaged by the quake.
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EU interior ministers address Italy-France migration spat and discuss more coordination in migration management
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