Pope Acknowledges Abuse Scandals Have Outraged, Driven People Away

Pope Francis acknowledged Tuesday that the sex abuse scandals rocking the Catholic Church have outraged the faithful and are driving them away, and said the church must change its ways if it wants to keep…

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OPEC Rejects Trump’s Call, Russia To Wait Until November

Oil prices have recently gone up, which raised some concerns in the United States; however, President Trump’s appeal to most petroleum producers has not brought any effect yet. During a joint summit of OPEC and…

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Italian Fashion Giant, Versace, Bought By Michael Kors

Versace, the Italian fashion house, which was founded by Gianni Versace 40 years ago, is set to be bought by Michael Kors The United States (US) fashion group has agreed to buy the Italian firm…

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US To Give $185m In Aid For Rohingya Muslims

The U.S. on Monday announced giving over $185 million in additional aid to Rohingya relief efforts in Myanmar and Bangladesh. The announcement was made by U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, at a meeting…

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WHO Extremely Concerned About Ebola In Congo

World Health Organisation on Tuesday said Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo could deteriorate rapidly because of attacks by armed groups, community resistance and geographic spread of the disease. “We are now extremely concerned…

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German Catholic Church To Confess Decades Of Child Abuse

Germany’s Catholic Church was Tuesday due to confess to thousands of cases of sexual assault against children, but victims blasted it for failing to reveal the true scale of the abuse and end decades of…

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Pinnick Tips Enyimba FC To Reach CAF Confederation Cup Final

Newly elected Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Amaju Pinnick, believes Enyimba International Football Club (FC) possess all it takes to overcome Raja Casablanca of Morocco in both legs of the semi finals of the CAF…

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We Won’t Favour EU Workers After Brexit – UK

Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet has agreed that European Union (EU) citizens should not have preferential access to work in Britain compared to people from elsewhere after Brexit, media reports said Tuesday. Ministers’ gathering on…

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We Won’t Accept Any Threat From FIFA – Sierra Leone’s Sports Minster

Sierra Leone’s Sports Minister reacted angrily on Monday to a threat by Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) to ban or suspend the country for the suspension of the nation’s two top football officials in…

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Kwankwaso Sneaks Into Kano After Endorsing Son-In-Law As Governor

Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso sneaked into the ancient city of Kano where he addressed his supporters at his Milla Road residence on Monday. The former governor had recently endorsed his son-in-law, Abba Kabir Yusuf, as his…

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