US election: Biden cries out over denial of access to fund, security briefing. Joe Biden has cried out over the failure of the General Services Administration, to recognise him as President-elect GAS is the government agency tasked with beginning the transition process immediately after a presidential election in the US. Also, the Biden team has not been given access to classified security briefings and federal agencies. The team has also been denied the funding needed to ensure a smooth transition of power.
World News: "Do not kill us, we are more than your bullets."- University Students Cry Out in Protest
In Afghanistan, terror is raining, most especially on the youth. On November 2nd, students at Kabul University experiences one of the darkest days of their lives, as a terrorist attack hit the school, and claimed 35 lives and injured about 50 more. From the desk of the KU administration,the decision was made 2 days after the attack in a top level meeting under the leadership of Afghan's president, Ashraf Ghani. They have created additional check points, security guards, and more enhanced security. However, students
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1. Finding the Real, Ultimate Champions League Holders Source:https://www.90min.com/posts/finding-the-real-ultimate-champions-league-holders-01eg0bz6ye1y?view_source=categories_page&view_medium=world-news 2. Sevilla's Europa League Title Wins - Ranked Source:https://www.90min.com/posts/sevilla-s-europa-league-title-wins-ranked-01eg32dn0xkb?view_source=categories_page&view_medium=world-news 3. Leandro Paredes Deserves to Start the Champions League Final Source:https://www.90min.com/posts/leandro-paredes-deserves-to-start-the-champions-league-final-01eg3mxxckxc?view_source=categories_page&view_medium=world-news
IN THE NEWS......... 30th of September, 2020 . . ............... The Issue Of ASUU Will Soon Come To An End – Ngige ******* The Federal Government says the issue of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) would soon be resolved. The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, disclosed this on Tuesday during an interview on Channels Television’s Politics Today. Ngige said the Ministries of Finance, Education, Labour and Employment and the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation
Uniuyo online Screening Test into Pre-Degree and Basic Studies Program for 2020/2021 has been fixed for Friday, 2nd October 2020. Candidates are hereby informed of an online TRIAL test on Tues, 29th Sept. 2020 by 12:00noon. -----D.O.I. SUG .............. Fuel price, insecurity top agenda as National Assembly resumes today .............................. FG inaugurates digital Nigeria portal, mobile app .............................. N2.67bn school feeding funds found in private accounts –ICPC ..............................
German parliament gives green light for € 54 billion investment for 38 fourth-generation Luftwaffe Airbus fighter jets welcomes order for 100,000 jobs in Europe. The budget committee of the German Parliament has approved a contract to purchase 38 Eurofighter fighter jets , from Airbus for an estimated amount of 54 billion euros A long-awaited contract from the aircraft manufacturer. Tested by the covid crisis For the Luftwaffe , the German Air Force, this is the first installment of a long-range order target
UN troops maintain peace in Congo Officials in western Congo say 58 people have been killed in two attacks there. Opposition groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo are thought to be at loggerheads. This group has killed many civilians in the last few months. It is believed that 17 hostages were missing after the attack. Officials in the Ituri region say the attack was carried out because the ADF was in deep trouble as Congolese forces launched a major offensive in the nearby Kivu region. The town of
Good morning and welcome to this blog. Please Endeavor to Hit the follow button, like, share, and comment. World News for this moring, Saturday 14th of November 2020 Neveda Governor tests positive for COVID-19 CARSON CITY, Nev.— Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday 13th of November said he has tested positive for COVID-19 as the virus is on the edge to increase in the state and across the U.S. Gov. Steve Sisolak who 66 years of age, and a member of the Democratic, is the fifth governor to report testing positive
World News: Earth to be likely be hitted by an Asteroid around the month of April A local news blog in UK has shared a devastating news during the afternoon on a disaster that may come upon all of Earth's habitation in the month of April,2020. The article claim that Asteroid 52668 (1998 OR2) will approach planet earth in April. That the rock will be heading in the Earth's way. That it will pass on close estimated distance of 3.9 million miles from the Earth. The diameter of the Asteroid was 1500km and not 4
Lekki-Epe Expressway: Opening new corridors with road rehabilitation, upgrade Even though the Lekki-Epe axis is seen as the future of Lagos State owing to the emergence of the area as the fastest growing property corridor and industrialization, traffic gridlock is what comes to mind any time the place is mentioned. The location of multi-billion naira investments and multinational firms on the axis, which includes Lekki Free Trade Zone, Dangote Refinery, Dangote Gas Pipeline Company, Dangote Fertilizer Company
The latest World News Today 11th July, Read and share the Latest World News below with people in your cycle to keep them updated about the latest trends across the globe. Below are the latest world news today, Saturday 11th July 2020… 1. Wayfair denies Reddit human sex trafficking conspiracy theory A Reddit user on Thursday posted a screengrab of Wayfair’s website showing armoirs that cost five figures with human names for the products, which lead to the user to speculate whether the pricey cabinets were,
Arrests in Morocco for violating coronavirus regulations. Graphic issued by the General Directorate of National Security (click to enlarge) Police in Morocco have arrested more than 80,000 people during the last six weeks for violating the coronavirus lockdown, according to official figures from the Direction Générale de la Sûreté Nationale (DGSN). On Wednesday alone, 4,582 were arrested – the highest daily total so far. Other countries have also faced problems with non-compliance but enforcement
There are lots of touching stories and things going on right this moment around the world, in different places, areas humans are being held against their own free Rights, some don't want what they do but could be from the cause of present situation. Jonathan Edward and other sanitation workers strike for a second week as they demand higher pay and ask for more protection from metro service group in New Orleans. Supporters gather outside the warehouse medical equipment distributor Owens and minor prior to a