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Gambia Suspends The Issuance Of Tinted Glass Permit!

The Ministry of the Interior wishes to inform the general public that it has suspended the issuance of tinted glass permits for non-factory vehicles. This suspension takes effect Thursday July 13, 2017. However, permits under this category of vehicles will be issued to the following: Cabinet Ministers Permanent Secretaries Director …

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The Managing Director of Capital Oil and Gas, Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah, yesterday, claimed that he was being witch-hunted over an allegation that he stole fuel worth N11 billion from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). Testifying before the House of Representatives Committee on Petroleum (Downstream), he stated that he was …

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China has dispatched troops to Djibouti in advance of formally establishing the country’s first overseas military base. Two Chinese Navy warships left the port of Zhanjiang on Tuesday, taking an undisclosed number of military personnel on the journey across the Indian Ocean. An editorial Wednesday in the state-run Global Times stressed the …

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Lungu is already ruling under state of emergency

Edgar Lungu accused of being increasingly autocratic in crackdown on opposition Edgar Lungu, Zambia’s president, on Thursday said he had invoked emergency powers to counter “acts of sabotage” after a series of suspected arson attacks on public buildings. But analysts and critics accuse him of becoming increasingly autocratic and seeking …

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Church of England to vote on transgender services

The Church of England’s governing body is due to vote on whether special services should be held for transgender people. Supporters of the services say the Church should offer a welcome to people to mark their transition. Others suggest the services would be counter to some parts of the Bible …

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