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30 Jul 2019
The Nigerian Navy has graduated 500 personnel who have been trained in Aircraft Maintenance. The Chief of Naval staff disclosed this in Kaduna on Friday.
1 Oct 2018
President Buhari signs guest book at Eagle Square during 2018 Independence Anniversary. He was alongside (from left to right) Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Abayomi Olanishakin, Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, Minister of Defence, Dan Ali Monsur, Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibas, FCT Minister, Musa Bello, and Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo.

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A Catholic priest, a policeman and 10 others conspired to commit a brutal murder in rural Malawi in 2018. A court has found them guilty of mutilating the 22-year-old victim for the pigment of his skin.
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Finnish President Niinisto says Turkey has agreed to support Finland and Sweden joining the NATO military alliance. Turkey says it "got what it wanted" after weeks of threatening to veto accession.
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The leader of Scotland's government said Scotland was "ripped" out of the EU as she outlined a possible route to Scottish independence, including a referendum late next year.
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