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Friday, 4 December 2015

Woman subjected to attempted rape on grounds of Glasgow hospital

Attack: Woman sexually assaulted at Stobhill Hospital in Glasgow.

A woman has been subjected to an attempted rape during a sex attack on the grounds of a hospital.

BREAKING NEWS: APC Woman Leader Involved In An Accident - [SEE PHOTOS]

2015 Prado SUV

The National woman leader of the All Peoples Congress (APC), Ramatu Tijani Aliyu was involved in a ghastly motor accident around Gwarinpa expressway in Abuja.

Football: MSN is the best forward line in football history - Luis Enrique

Barcelona boss Luis Enrique claims his front three of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar is the best forward line in football history.

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The trio scored 122 goals as Barca landed a La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League treble last season and have been equally impressive this term - despite Messi missing almost two months with a knee injury.

Football: Mascherano avoids prison with tax evasion guilty plea

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The Barcelona star will pay a fine and receive a one-year suspended sentence, with the deal expected to be confirmed in court at a later date

Douglas Costa: Why I chose Bayern Munich over Chelsea

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The winger insists his move to Bayern Munich has aided his development more than if he had chosen Chelsea as his destination

Wenger: I am not always like a constipated person


The 66-year-old reveals he enjoys a good laugh despite often appearing appearing stern and serious to the media

Arsene Wenger insists he does have a lighter side, despite admitting he can sometimes seem "constipated" when fulfilling his role as Arsenal manager.

Nigerian Troops Discover 'Abandoned' Boko Haram Hideout-Tunnel In Sambisa [SEE PHOTOS]

Boko Haram Tunnel

Troops of the Nigerian Army are continuing their advancement towards the main camp of the Boko Haram sect in Sambisa.

BREAKING NEWS: Nigeria: Court Gives INEC Permission To Continue Kogi Poll

Court decides on Kogi supplementary election

A Federal High Court in Abuja on Friday, December 4, gave the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) permission to continue the supplementary election in Kogi state.

Nigeria: 'Don't stage Biafra Protest In Southwest' - OPC Warns Biafra Agitators

Gani Adams, OPC Leader

The Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC) has warned Biafra protesters not to move their campaign to the south western part of the country as they would not stand by and watch the region turned into ‘a theatre of war’.

Obama: Terror Link 'Possible' In Mass Shooting

US authorities are trying to decipher why a young couple massacred 14 a holiday party attended by one of their colleagues.

"Obama On California Mass Shooting"

US President Barack Obama says investigators have still not ruled out terrorism a day after a mass shooting in southern California.

Entertainment: Pam Anderson Bares All For Final Playboy Nude

The 48-year-old model and actress says she asked permission from her two teenage sons before agreeing to do the photo-shoot.

Anderson has appeared on the Playboy cover 13 times since 1989

Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson will grace the cover and centrefold of Playboy magazine's final nude issue.

Nigeria: More Trouble As Court Of Appeal Dashes Wike’s Hope

The hope of the embattled Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike, was on Thursday, December 3, dashed by the court of appeal in Abuja.

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state

The governor had approached the court to set aside the judgment of the Justice Suleiman Ambursa-led election petition tribunal which annulled his election, asking the court to confirm him the elected governor.

Nigeria: Osun monarchs may boycott Ooni Ogunwusi’s coronation if…

We’ve invited all Osun monarchs —Odunlade

By Gbenga Olarinoye

The newly elected chairman of Osun State Council of Obas, the Owa Obokun of Ijesaland, Oba Adekunle Aromolaran, has said that traditional rulers in the state may boycott Monday’s coronation and presentation of staff of office ceremony of the new Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwus, unless they receive formal invitation letter from the central planning committee of the event.

This £130k private jet can take off vertically and can reach up to 200mph

An aviation firm says its new cut-price two-seater plane that can take off vertically could "have a transformative effect".

The S2 features 16 propellers which let it take off vertically

Fancy commuting to work in a hybrid plane?

Kogi poll: Court decides Wada, Bello, Faleke’s fate today, As APC, INEC query jurisdiction of court to stop rerun


By Ikechukwu Nnochiri

The Abuja Division of the Federal High Court, will, today, determine whether in view of section 181 of the 1999 constitution, as amended, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, should go ahead with its plan to conduct supplementary governorship election in Kogi State tomorrow.

A mother has been charged with child cruelty after she used a Brillo pad to clean makeup off her son's face

A mother fed up with her son's new-found "rock and roll" appearance uses the steel and wool pad to remove his eye liner.

Veridiana Erbskorn faces child cruelty charges

A mother who was angry about her 12-year-old son's appearance has been charged with child cruelty after she used a Brillo pad to clean makeup off his face.

Britain: Rail fares will rise by an average of 1.1% from 2 January, 2016

The increase, which comes into effect on 2 January, 2016, is the smallest rise in rail fares for six years.

The increases are the smallest in six years

Rail fares will rise by an average of 1.1% from 2 January, 2016, rail industry body the Rail Delivery Group has announced.

Nigeria: IPOB blames APC for death of 9, names victims

Markets, schools, banks remain shut in Onitsha

Soldiers, mobile policemen take over streets, conduct stop-and-search on motorists

MASSOB dissociates self, factions trade blames

Scene of Onitsha protest

By Anayo Okoli, Vincent Ujumadu, Festus Ahon, Nwabueze Okonkwo, Ugochukwu Alaribe, Chimaobi Nwaiwu & Omeiza Ajayi

Nigeria: ALLEGED $2bn arms deal fraud: EFCC uncovers another N600m scam

Atawodi, Bafarawa, Dasuki and Dokpesi

By Ikechukwu Nnochiri & Omeiza Ajayi

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, yesterday, continued its arrest of high profile politicians and top military officers over the $2bn arms contract allegedly disbursed by the Office of National Security Adviser, ONSA.

U.K: Two farmers are facing prison after police held an identity parade to reunite stolen sheep with their owners

Even though the usual markings had been removed from the sheep, more than a dozen farmers were able to identify their animals.

Some of the stolen sheep later identified by their owners

Two farmers are facing prison after police held an identity parade to reunite stolen sheep with their owners.

Britain: A Labour MP has received a potential death threat on Twitter over his decision to vote in favour of airstrikes in Syria

'Death Threat' Labour MP Receives Email Apology

Labour's Neil Coyle says a Twitter threat he received after voting in favour of airstrikes in Syria is now in the hands of police.

Neil Coyle was sent the warning after voting for strikes against IS

Nigeria: Akure royal rumble: Drama as deposed Deji resurrects

•Deposed Akure: Prince Adesina

By Dayo Johnson

IT could best be described as a royal rumble. The two royal gladiators are from the same Osupa ruling house in the Akure Chieftaincy stool. Observers of happenings in Akure, the Ondo state capital as regards the stool of the paramount traditional ruler of the ancient town ( Deji of Akureland) would agree that it’s an understatement to say that the junt through the metropolis recently by the deposed and banished Oba, Prince Adepoju Adesina barely five years after his banishment by the state government caused anxiety and sent cold jitters down the spines of indigenes and non- indigenes of the ancient town.

Entertainment: Charlie Sheen Sued By Ex After HIV Interview

The lawsuit alleges porn star Scottine Ross found out about the actor's HIV after discovering his medication.

Sheen talks about his illness on NBC

A former girlfriend of Charlie Sheen is suing him for assault, negligence and emotional distress, saying they had sex at least five times before he revealed he was HIV-positive.

Nigeria: MASSOB Denies Involvement In Onitsha Violence

MASSOB Protesters

Following the violence that erupted on Wednesday, December 2, in Onitsha, the commercial city of Anambra state, when officials of the Joint Military Task Force (JTF) killed nine protesters and injured 18 others, the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has reacted to the unfortunate and avoidable incident.

Nigeria: Less Than 24 Hours To Kogi Supplimentary Election, INEC Office Razed

INEC office in Dekina local government area of Kogi state burnt down.

Barely 24hours to Saturday’s governorship supplementary election in some polling units in Kogi state, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) office in Dekina, Dekina local government area of the state has been razed by unknown persons.