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Mars could develop its SECOND planetary ring in next 100mn years, claims wild new theory — RT World News

Mars could develop its SECOND planetary ring in next 100mn years, claims wild new theory — Warritatafo

Researchers have found yet more evidence that Mars once had its own Saturn-like planetary ring but, curiously, they now also believe that within the next 100 million years, The Red Planet will develop a ring once again. Deimos, the smaller of the two Martian moons, orbits the planet with a slight tilt relative to the …

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Mars could develop its SECOND planetary ring in next 100mn years, claims wild new theory — RT World News

Mars could develop its SECOND planetary ring in next 100mn years, claims wild new theory — Warritatafo

Researchers have found yet more evidence that Mars once had its own Saturn-like planetary ring but, curiously, they now also believe that within the next 100 million years, The Red Planet will develop a ring once again. Deimos, the smaller of the two Martian moons, orbits the planet with a slight tilt relative to the …

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Man kills own brother for allegedly eating his portion of goat intestine in Ebonyi

The Ebonyi State police command, Tuesday, confirmed the arrest of one Chinwekpe Orogwu who allegedly killed his 20-year-old brother, late Ebubechi Orogwu for allegedly eating his goat intestine. The victim and his killer hail from Amauda Nzashi Ndufu Echara, in Ikwo Local Government Area of Ebonyi State. DAILY POST gathered that the said goat was …

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Suspected gunmen shoot, kill internet fraudster in Delta

There was palpable tension in the city of Warri, Delta State on Tuesday evening after gunmen shot dead a suspected internet fraudster. The incident occurred at Essi-Layout in Warri, Delta State, DAILY POST reports. It was learnt that the gunmen stormed the area on a commercial tricycle and called the deceased popularly known as “Yahoo-Yahoo” …

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Sue my wife, she enjoys no immunity – Gov Akeredolu tells lawyer

The Governor of Ondo State, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, on Monday backed the move by a social critic to sue his wife, Betty Akeredolu for alleged defamation. The governor, while reacting to a letter being circulated on social media and addressed to his wife over a planned legal action following the First Lady’s altercation with a social …

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Police grill APC chairman over party funds

Niger Police Command has grilled Mohammed Jibril Imam, Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the State, over alleged financial misappropriation. Commissioner of Police, Adamu Usman, made the disclosure on Tuesday. He said the APC official was accused of misusing party finances “since he assumed office in 2015”. The CP told the News Agency …

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Coronavirus: UK holidaymakers ‘welcome’ in Portugal

#Coronavirus: UK holidaymakers ‘welcome’ in Portugal

Image copyright Getty Images Portugal’s foreign minister has said anyone in the UK thinking of going to Portugal this summer will be “most welcome” amid coronavirus.Augusto Santos Silva said he hoped an air bridge between the UK and Portugal could be secured by the end of June.UK Home Secretary Priti Patel is due to tell …

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Nigerian govt to recruit COVID-19 volunteers

The Nigerian government has announced plans to engage community volunteers for COVID-19. They will embark on house-to-house sensitisation on the dangers and spread of coronavirus. Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, disclosed this on Tuesday at the Presidential Taskforce (PTF) briefing on COVID-19. He disclosed that the ministry was working with the National Primary Healthcare Development …

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Two killed, others escape as police foil kidnap in Kogi

There is sign of relief among commuters in Idah Local Government, following the killing of two notorious armed robbers and kidnappers terrorizing the area by the Kogi State Police Command. The deceased suspects were identified as Onucha Opia and Danlami Shuaibu. According to information made available to DAILY POST, one of the suspects, who was …

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Google takes down Indian app deleting Chinese ones from phones

Google has taken down an Indian mobile application from its app store. Google is owned by Alphabet Inc., an American conglomerate headquartered in California. The controversial app was allowing users to delete Chinese apps from their phones. “Remove China Apps” was top trending free app on Google’s app store in India with more than five …

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George Floyd death: More large protests in US but violence falls

George Floyd death: More large protests in US but violence falls

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Protesters defiant on New York’s Manhattan Bridge Tens of thousands of people have demonstrated, mainly peacefully, across the United States for an eighth night following the death of African-American George Floyd in police custody.One of the biggest protests, joined by Floyd’s relatives, took place in his hometown of Houston, …

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George Floyd: Joe Biden blasts Trump for walking into church holding bible

Democratic presidential aspirant and former US Vice President, Joe Biden has blasted President Donald Trump for walking to a church near the White House as protesters were dispersed with tear gas, flash grenades and rubber bullets by security agents. Trump, surrounded by his aides on Monday, held up the Bible in front of the St. …

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Edo guber: I’m not quitting governorship race – Pastor Ize Iyamu

Pastor Ize Iyamu, a governorship aspirant on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Edo State, has denied quitting the governorship race, ahead of the party’s primary election. Ize Iyamu made the remark in response to reports that he dropped out, ahead of the party’s primary election. A statement by his spokesperson, John …

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George Floyd: UEFA reveals what’ll happen to any player demanding justice for late American

UEFA President, Aleksander Ceferin, has revealed what will happen to any player demanding justice for George Floyd, an American, during matches in UEFA’s competitions. Floyd, 46, died on May 25, 2020, at the hands of a White police officer in Minneapolis. DAILY POST recalls that football players, including Dortmund winger, Jadon Sancho, used last weekend …

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Buhari Govt issues police directive on rape of UNIBEN’s Vera Omozuwa, 12-year-old Jigawa girl

The Federal Government, on Tuesday, directed the police to unravel the circumstances surrounding the gang-rape and murder of a female student of the University of Benin, Vera Uwaila Omozuwa in Benin, Edo State. Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, who made the disclosure, also said the police have been directed to investigate the sexual …

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Coronavirus: Labour urges PM to stop 'winging it' over easing restrictions

#Coronavirus: Labour urges PM to stop ‘winging it’ over easing restrictions

Image copyright Reuters Boris Johnson’s “mismanagement” of the easing of virus restrictions risks a second wave of infections, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has warned.In a Guardian interview, he urged the PM to “get a grip” and restore public confidence in ministers’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic.But No 10 said it was proceeding with caution …

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George Floyd protest: Trump reacts as looters kill retired Police Captain

US President, Donald Trump has expressed condolence to the family of David Dorn, a retired police officer who was shot dead by some protesters on Tuesday. David Dorn was reported to have been killed by looters after he responded to a burglary alarm at Lee’s Pawn & Jewelry on Martin Luther King Drive in St. …

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I’ve killed ‘just three persons, not 16’ – Suspected cultist confesses in Ogun

One Adewale Adeoye, who was arrested by the Ogun State Police Command for allegedly killing about 16 persons, has said he only killed three victims since he became a cultist. The police paraded Adeoye on Tuesday as a serial killer and cultist, saying he killed not less than 16 people in Ijebu-Ode area of Ogun …

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COVID-19: Nigerian govt reveals five airports that will be reopened June 21

The federal government has said only five airports would be reopened from June 21, while the others remained closed for further assessment. This was confirmed in a circular to airlines signed by Capt. Musa Nuhu, the Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). Nuhu also made it clear that Nigeria’s airspace remained closed to …

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Philando Castile death: 'I lost my best friend in a police shooting'

Philando Castile death: ‘I lost my best friend in a police shooting’

Image caption Greg Crockett After a police officer shot and killed Greg Crockett’s best friend, he left Minnesota for good. Then in the aftermath of George Floyd’s killing, he decided he couldn’t stay away. How everything and nothing changed after the death of Philando Castile.Greg Crockett was sitting in the passenger seat of his grandfather’s …

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Worship centres: Nigerian govt issues age bracket, warns against kissing, hugging

Nigerian government, through the Presidential Task Force, PTF, on COVID-19 has warned congregants against activities such as kissing, hugging, shaking or touching at worship centres. The PTF National Coordinator, Sani Aliyu, released the guidelines to be applied on churches, mosques at the briefing on Tuesday. The task force said that churches/mosques facilities must be structured …

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Black Lives Matter march turns chaotic in Paris (VIDEO) — RT World News

Black Lives Matter march turns chaotic in Paris (VIDEO) — Warritatafo

Defying coronavirus restrictions, hundreds of protesters took to the streets of France’s capital, expressing solidarity with their US counterparts and demanding justice for the country’s own victims of police brutality. The Black Lives Matter protest took place in Paris on Tuesday evening, and saw hundreds of activists marching towards the High Court to hold a …

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Lagos records highest COVID-19 deaths in 48-hours

Lagos State has recorded 17 COVID-19 related deaths in two-days. The recent deaths had increased the infection mortality in the State to 67. Recall that the State had announced nine COVID-19 deaths on June 1st, however, it confirmed another eight on Tuesday. The State Commissioner for Health, Akin Abayomi, who made the disclosure, also stated …

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COVID-19: Nigerian govt speaks on children wearing discarded PPEs in trending photos

The Federal Government has reacted to the photographs of two children wearing discarded Personal Protective Equipment, PPE, that surfaced on social media on Monday. Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha said though it was not certain the pictures were taken in Nigeria, such improper disposal of PPE could spike the number …

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Curfew: All University Lecturers And Secondary School Teachers Should Take Note Of This

All University lecturers and secondary school should understand that we are living amidst what is potentially one of the greatest threats in our lifetime to global education, a gigantic educational crisis. It is disheartening that lecturers and teachers have stopped their work for over 3 months following the closure of schools by the Federal government …

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COVID-19: Bauchi deputy governor tests positive

Baba Tela, Bauchi State deputy governor, has tested positive for coronavirus. Tela’s result was confirmed in a statement issued by Mukhtar Gidado, Senior Special Assistant to Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State. Gidado said Tela, who is also the Chairman, State Task Force on COVID-19, contracted the virus while discharging his duties. He added that …

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NCDC confirms 241 new COVID-19 cases, total now 10,819

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed 241 new cases of COVID-19 in the country, bringing the total number of infections in Nigeria to 10,819. The NCDC made the announcement on Tuesday night via its Twitter handle. “241 new cases of #COVID19; Lagos-142 Oyo-15 FCT-13 Kano-12 Edo-11 Delta-10 Kaduna -9 Rivers-9 Borno-8 Jigawa-4 …

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Google in $5bn lawsuit for tracking in 'private' mode

Google in $5bn lawsuit for tracking in ‘private’ mode

Image copyright Getty Images Google has been sued in the US over claims it illegally invades the privacy of users by tracking people even when they are browsing in “private mode”.The class action wants at least $5bn (£4bn) from Google and owner Alphabet.Many internet users assume their search history isn’t being tracked when they view …

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