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On October 14, Russian border guards stopped a North Korean ship with 48 people onboard in the exclusive economic zone in the Sea of Japan
The new law puts pressure on costs and conditions across the auditing market.
No tents, no sleeping rough, two teenagers and two adults, 900km, 4 rucksacks and some maps, a lot of maps: this is going to be fun.
KCNA warns that expansion of trilateral military cooperation between US, Japan and South Korea in Northeast Asia "will lead to an arms race and acute deterioration of the situation in this region"
The law introduces also mandatory rotation of auditing firms and the so-called blacklist of activities auditors and audit companies cannot do, like accountancy or valuation.
More than 50 bullet holes covering a memorial of Emmett Till, a black teenager killed by a lynch mob in 1955, have inspired a fundraiser for a new tribute at the site where the 14-year-
A black high school student claims he was attacked by white students who put a noose around his neck in Wiggins, Mississippi. No students were expelled and law enforcement was not notif
Russian and Syrian aircraft have not flown near Aleppo for the past seven days, Russia's defense ministry says, reiterating that six humanitarian corridors are open for civilians to fle
Six humanitarian corridors continue to work round-the-clock for peaceful civilians leaving eastern districts of Aleppo
According to the Dawn newspaper, nearly 100 people were injured in the attack
Stressing that Tel Aviv has “no intention of starting a new war,” Israel's defense minister has vowed to seek the total destruction of Hamas if the militant group – which refuses to rec
Oscar-winning Indo-British filmmaker Asif Kapadia’s film “Ali and Nino” has opened the second annual Asian World Film Festival in Los Angeles
John Ameh, Abuja The House of Representatives has uncovered alleged “fraudulent practices” perpetrated by insurance firms in connivance with Ministries, Departments and Agencies to defraud the Federal
Over 350 people will take part in the forum, including activists, federal and regional experts, as well as residents of Crimea and Sevastopol
Godwin Isenyo, Kaduna The acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, in Kaduna on Monday said there would be no hiding place for corrupt public office-holders in the coun
Friday Olokor, Abuja The Nigerian Medical Association has called on the Federal Government to extend the sting operation by the Department of State Services to all other sectors of the economy, partic
Adelani Adepegba, Abuja The Federal Capital Territory Minister, Mallam Muhammad Bello, has met with members of the Miyatti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, during which he directed them t
Idris Adesina Nigeria will not take part in the women’s team event of the 2016 ITTF African Senior Table Tennis Championships, which began in Morocco on Monday after they failed to present at least
Kelechi Iheanacho has urged Manchester City fans to be patient with the team following their unimpressive performances in the Premier League. Man City have failed to win in their last five game
Festus Abu Nigeria’s defensive duo Kenneth Omeruo and Elderson Echiejile should not start for the Super Eagles in their Russia 2018 World Cup Group B qualifier in Uyo on November 12, says Friday E
Rotherham United have signed unattached former West Brom and Stoke striker Osaze Odemwingie on a short-term deal until January 2017, BBC Sport reports. The 35-year-old is Millers boss Kenny Jackett’s
A management and development expert, Oladapo Akinloye, attracted many people to Laterna Ventures, Victoria Island, Lagos recently, when he unveiled his book titled Management FasTrack. Some of the gu
For the art and culture sector, the past few weeks have brought a lot of gloom. From the literary to the film and broadcasting arenas, four people have died in their prime. The first to submit to the
Personal photographer of President Muhammadu Buhari, Bayo Omoboriowo, releases a book of photographs titled Buhari: A New Beginning, writes AKEEM LASISI At a time that Muhammadu Buhari: The Challenge
An oil spill in Oklahoma forced the shutdown of a major, 850,000-barrel per day pipeline system that supplies crude oil to Texas refineries. The incident follows another pipeline ruptur
Representatives of 42 investors from European countries will come into the country next month to consider areas of investment in the various sectors of the Nigerian economy, the Federal Government has
Okechukwu Nnodim, Abuja A new report by the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative has revealed that disbursements from the Federation Account to the three tiers of government plunged b
’Femi Asu The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, has said that the reforms embarked upon by the government are targeted at cutting petroleum products’ importation by at least
Akinpelu Dada For the country to get out of recession, former President Olusegun Obasanjo has called for an increase in the volume of trade internally and externally and the establishment of a commodi
Everest Amaefule, Abuja The National Orientation Agency and the Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate are partnering to verify pensioners in the North-East geopolitical zone to ensure that the
Olaide Oyelude and Hindi Livinus PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari on Monday in Katsina, the Katsina State capital, said his government was committed to getting rid of security threats and violent crimes fro
Xinhua reported that the operation against terrorists in the police college has been completed
Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State has explained that security considerations were “purely responsible for the ban on the activities of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria in the state.’’ “Plateau Sta