Four Nigerians including media mogul, Mo Abudu, boxing champion Anthony Joshua, actor John Boyega joined Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex as new additions to the 2018 UK ‘100 Black Powerlist’.
CIA Director, Gina Haspel, heard an audio recording of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi during her visit to Turkey, two sources told Reuters on Thursday.
A suspicious package addressed to the White House was intercepted at an off-site facility, the source told the Media.
The US has not decided on whether it would impose additional sanctions on Russia, US National Security Adviser, John Bolton, said on Wednesday.
This was revealed by the US Secret Service on Wednesday via a statement and the Twitter handle of its New York office
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday Turkey will bring justice on those responsible for the killing of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, from those who ordered it to those who executed it.
On Saturday, Trump said that Washington would withdraw from the INF Treaty on account of Russia’s alleged breach of the arms control agreement signed in 1987.
As Xenophobia on Sunday reared its ugly head again in South Africa, Nigerians have lost more than nine shops to arsonists in Hillbrow, central Johannesburg.
The International Public Relations Association has conferred the 2018 Golden World Awards on the President of FC Barcelona, also called Barca, Josep Maria Bartomeu, and the founder of PRNigeria media platform, Yushau A. Shuaib.
Forbes estimates his net worth as $1.5 billion, making him Africa’s 17th richest man and its youngest billionaire
This is the first time the kingdom has admitted Mr Khashoggi has died
Police said on Friday that he attempted to escape ahead of a court appearance.
He described the move as “a project still ongoing within the institutions”, stressing that the vision behind the move was to “enhance our capacities to deal with economic and social challenges of the 21st century”
UNFPA, in its “State of World Population 2018” survey released in Geneva, said more than half of that growth – 1.3 billion – is likely to be in sub-Saharan Africa.