Ortom gives Agatu elders 72-hour ultimatum to produce soldier killer
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Ortom gives Agatu elders 72-hour ultimatum to produce soldier killer.
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Death. Rawlings died on 12 November 2020 at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra, a week after having been admitted for a short term illness in Ghana. His death came nearly two months after that of his mother, Victoria Agbotui, on 24 September 2020.
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After fleeing the guerrilla group that forcibly recruited him as a teenager, Juan Jose Florian joined the Colombian Army, but then lost his forearms, a leg and an eye in a bomb attack on his family home. Now, he trains non-stop as a professional cyclist to take out the gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympics.
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Slovakia's top court added two years to the killer's 23-year prison sentence for double murder on Wednesday. The victims, one an investigative journalist, were executed in 2018.
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You are a Fulani terrorist, Ortom fires Bauchi Governor, Bala Mohammed
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Benue State governor, Samuel Ortom pledges to stop negotiation with criminals
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The violence in Yangon's North Okkalapa township in early March became the catalyst for 30-year-old Shing Ling to defect from the army and join a nationwide civil disobedience movement.
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The new US president is striking a much different tone from his predecessor and markets are already taking notice. Further sanctions are likely imminent.
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Russia's ambassador in the US is set to return to Moscow for urgent consultations. The embassy in Washington warned that relations with US President Joe Biden's administration were on the brink of collapse.
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Northern governors promise to promote peaceful coexistence, condemns attack on Gov Ortom
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Governor Samuel Ortom has accused Miyetti Allah and FUNAM of causing problems in Nigeria by their utterances.
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We take a look at the new Netflix series which retraces the steps of a true-life, cold-blooded killer in "The Serpent". Yena Lee tells us why actor Tahar Rahim is the major draw in this dramatisation of events in the 1970s that saw French murderer Charles Sobhraj jailed in Nepal. Meanwhile, it's a chilling return to Gilead for the fourth season of "The Handmaid's Tale", as we discuss the twists and turns that led to the rescue of June Osborne in the last season and Elizabeth Moss's critically acclaimed performance as the protagonist.
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