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US warns Assad over planned attack of South Syria

US warns Assad over planned attack of South Syria

The U.S. government has warned the Syrian government not to execute its planned attack of rebels in the Southern part of the country following a “de-escalation zone” agreement signed by three countries. It would be recalled that the U.S., Russia, and Jordan agreed last year on a “de-escalation zone” in southwestern Syria to freeze the

Flood Hits Lagos, After Early Morning Downpour

Some parts of Lagos State were hit with a flood, following the early morning downpour on Friday. Residents of the affected areas of the commercial city woke up to flooded streets especially in areas like Ketu, Bariga and Ojota after the early morning downpour which lasted for several hours. The flooding according to the residents

France Arrests Two Spies For Passing Secrets To China

Two former French spies have been arrested and face treason charges after being accused of passing sensitive information to China, France’s defence minister and security sources said Friday. The two suspected double-agents were charged last December, but the incident only came to light late on Thursday following French media reports and a statement from Defence

North Korea to Trump: We are ready for talks at any time

North Korea said Friday it is willing to talk to the United States “at any time” after President Donald Trump abruptly cancelled a summit. Trump blamed “open hostility” from the North Korean regime for his decision to call off the planned talks with Kim Jong Un, and warned Pyongyang against committing any “foolish or reckless

Lagos printer abducts, rapes pupil he met on Facebook

A screen printer, Oluwaseun Badejo, has been arrested by operatives of the Lagos State Police Command for allegedly abducting and raping a 15-year-old girl, identified as Lateefat, in the Somolu area of the state. PUNCH Metro learnt that the Senior Secondary School two pupil of a public school at Ifako, Gbagada, was alleegdly drugged before the

Former IGP-Musiliu Smith Succeeds Mike Okiro As PSC Chairman

President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed former Inspector-General of Police, Musiliu Smith, as Chairmanq of the Police Service Commission. Smith is to succeed former IGP, Mike Okiro. Buhari also appointed five others as members of the PSC. President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, read Buhari’s letter seeking legislative confirmation of the appointment as well as members