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DEATH ISLAND MYSTERY: Paradise hotspot where tourists meet violent end

The Caribbean island of St Lucia is blessed with sandy white beaches, beautiful crystal clear waters and a tranquil atmosphere that tens of thousands of tourists flock to each year to wind down and escape their...
'19Jan
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Atiku’s US Visit: Gains and Expectations

By Dirisu YakubuThe visit last week to the United States of America of former Vice President and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Presidential candidate in the 2019 election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has been described...
'19Jan
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Atiku’s US Visit: Gains and Expectations

Home|News|General| Atiku’s US Visit: Gains and Expectations Atiku’s US Visit: Gains and Expectations...
'19Jan
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Atiku’s US Visit: Gains and Expectations

Home|News|General| Atiku’s US Visit: Gains and Expectations Atiku’s US Visit: Gains and Expectations...
'19Jan
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Cabinet Office compares no-deal Brexit to Iceland ash cloud chaos

The repercussions for the UK of a no-deal Brexit could be similar to the national emergency faced by Iceland during the volcanic eruptions in 2010 that brought parts of the country to a standstill, according to...
'19Jan
25

BDS Victory: UK Band Boycotts Eurovision to Be Held in Israel

Some even tried to suggest that the group’s choice was evidence of anti-Semitism, although the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel has clearly stated that its campaign protests the...
'19Jan
25

[Agenda] Brexit votes set for This WEEK

Theresa May faces (another) crucial vote on Brexit (Photo: Council of the European Union) Brexit is set to dominate this week as the British parliament debates proposals to break the on-going negotiation...
'19Jan
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What's Behind The Crisis In Venezuela – And What Is The UK Doing About It?

Venezuela has had more than its fair share of international headlines this week, as the country’s deepening political crisis threatens to reach boiling point. The south American country, led by president Nicolas...
'19Jan
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Theresa May Must Stand Up For The Millions Of Workers On A Brexit Cliff Edge

So the rats are deserting the sinking ship, raising their anchors and sailing towards a rising eastern sun. Shifting their money, along with their production lines, to less choppy waters, away from the impending...
'19Jan
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Outrage over reports of rape by Zimbabwe soldiers

Johannesburg - A British member of parliament has expressed her horror at reports of Zimbabwean women being raped by soldiers during a violent crackdown on protesters.Harriet Baldwin, MP for West Worcestershire and...

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