Nigeria news today headlines : Saturday 19th September 2020

 

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Germany To Send Observers For Georgia’s Parliamentary Elections

 

Germany will send 37 observers for Georgia’s October 31 parliamentary elections in the coming days, said German Ambassador to Georgia Hubert Knirsch, Trend reports via Georgian media. According to him, the rest will visit the country by the end of September “These elections are very important as it follows the constitutional amendments that changed the electoral system …

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Beijing Promises More Troops For UN Peacekeeping Missions

 

China says it will increase the number of troops it provides for United Nations peacekeeping missions, as the People’s Liberation Army marks 30 years of involvement in such operations. The PLA would “continue to build the 8,000-troop peacekeeping standby force and maintain a high level of preparedness,” according to a white paper released on Friday titled: “China’s Armed Forces: …

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China To Operate Regular Space Flights By 2045 – Report

 

China aims to set up a space programme operating thousands of flights a year and carrying tens of thousands of tons of cargo and passengers by 2045, state news agency Xinhua quoted an official as saying on Friday. China is trying to catch up with Russia and the United States to become a major space …

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Ex-Diplomat Warns Switzerland About UN Security Council Bid

 

“I am not a fan of running for the Security Council,” he told the Neue Zürcher Zeitung newspaper. Staehlin, now retired, was the first Swiss Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York from 2002 to 2004. Since 2011, Switzerland has been campaigning to get a non-permanent council seat for 2023-2024. Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis …

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US Announces New Sanctions On Companies, Linked To Hezbollah

 

The US has announced a new set of sanctions on two companies and one individual over links to Hezbollah. The US has long designated the Iranian-backed Shia group a terrorist organisation and has frequently targeted officials with links to it with sanctions. The new sanctions target the companies Arch Consulting and Meamar Construction “for being …

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COVID-19: Syria Reports 3,691 Cases

 

The number of Covid-19 cases in Syria reached 3,691, after some 37 infected persons were reported in the last 24 hours, the Ministry of Health informed.Some 889 patients have recovered from the disease, while the death toll reached 165 since the pandemic was detected in this nation on March 22. The city of Aleppo, 350 …

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U.S. Treasury Designates Iran Regime’s ‘Cyber Threat Group’

 

The United States Department of the Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) in a statement on Thursday announced it has imposed sanctions on the Iranian regime’s cyber threat group Advanced Persistent Threat 39 (APT39), 45 associated individuals, and one front company. “Masked behind its front company, Rana Intelligence Computing Company (Rana), the Government of Iran (GOI) employed a years-long malware campaign that targeted Iranian …

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6 Workers Kidnapped In Libya Returned To Egypt

 

Six Egyptian workers kidnapped in Libya have been returned to Egypt, reports the state-run Al-Ahram. Governor of Marsa Matrouh, Khaled Shoaib, said that they were construction workers who had been detained by human traffickers in the Bani Walid region in Libya. The traffickers demanded a 30,000 Libyan dinars ($21,817) ransom for each of the men. According …

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Rice Is Both Culture And Comfort At FieldTrip

 

Each of the restaurant’s multicultural rice bowls features a different iteration of rice, paired with a protein and sundry toppings.Photograph by Lelanie Foster for The New YorkerAnd so jollof is, naturally, the centerpiece of one of FieldTrip’s multicultural rice bowls—each featuring a different, carefully sourced variety, scooped with a wooden paddle from an enormous rice …

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Group Urges NASS To Pass PIB, Electoral Act, Others

 

A Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), has called on the National Assembly to urgently pass the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) in view of the full deregulation of the petroleum sector by the Federal Government. This is even as the management of the National Assembly said it plans to create a forum of serving and former clerks to …

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626 thoughts on “Nigeria news today headlines : Saturday 19th September 2020”
    1. Workers Kidnapped In Libya Returned To Egypt

      Six Egyptian workers kidnapped in Libya have been returned to Egypt, reports the state-run Al-Ahram. Governor of Marsa Matrouh, Khaled Shoaib, said that they were construction workers who had been detained by human traffickers in the Bani Walid region in Libya. The traffickers demanded a 30,000 Libyan dinars ($21,817) ransom for each of the men. According …

      Independent Newspapers Nigeria

    2. Germany will send 37 observers for Georgia’s October 31 parliamentary elections in the coming days, said German Ambassador to Georgia Hubert Knirsch, Trend reports via Georgian media. According to him, the rest will visit the country by the end of September “These elections are very important as it follows the constitutional amendments that changed the electoral system …

      Independent Newspapers Nigeria.

      Beijing Promises More Troops For UN Peacekeeping Missions

      China says it will increase the number of troops it provides for United Nations peacekeeping missions, as the People’s Liberation Army marks 30 years of involvement in such operations. The PLA would “continue to build the 8,000-troop peacekeeping standby force and maintain a high level of preparedness,” according to a white paper released on Friday titled: “China’s Armed Forces: …

      Independent Newspapers Nigeria.

      China To Operate Regular Space Flights By 2045 – Report

  1. Each of the restaurant’s multicultural rice bowls features a different iteration of rice, paired with a protein and sundry toppings.Photograph by Lelanie Foster for The New YorkerAnd so jollof is, naturally, the centerpiece of one of FieldTrip’s multicultural rice bowls—each featuring a different, carefully sourced variety, scooped with a wooden paddle from an enormous rice …

  2. The Manchester United’s transfer target has been in contact with a person infected with the Covid’19 and is in now undertaking a period of quarantine at home,”

  3. This is non-sensical. You believe in grades, whereas most graduates, who came out with first class & second class upper can’t defend their results, because some of them cut corners.
    But,you decided to ignore graduates who did not meet up to the standard grade.
    This is really disheartening, because many graduates whom you disregarded as a results of their low grades are the ones striving hard but due to some challenges they encountered at school(e.g financial issues, failure to compromise to some lecturers seduction or tricks of taking advantage of them, health issues, etc) they end up getting low grades.

  4. If I am given 100k,I will start a very lucrative business of buying and selling.I have a shop I need to purchase on ground now for 60k and I will use the remaining 40k to buy little provisions to start my business and help send my siblings to school.

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