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Netanyahu, Erdogan trade insults over Trump’s Jerusalem decision

AFP   Relations between Israel and Turkey took a bitter turn Sunday as their leaders traded accusations of involvement in terrorism, days after the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would fight against the controversial declaration, describing Israel as a "terrorist state" that kills children,

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Saraki wants Buhari-led govt to create jobs for youths rather than blame game

  The President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has called on the federal government, the National Assembly, the private sector and the civil society, to as a matter of urgency, focus attention on youth unemployment and development crisis facing the county. He said, it would do the country no good

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NYSC launches job portal for corps members

  National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in collaboration with Sigma Pensions has launched a job portal for outgoing corps members. Launched on Friday in Lagos, the portal will also serve as a curriculum vitae (CV) repository. The portal is a project by Mohammed Momoh, NYSC Lagos coordinator, the Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development

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Obama Warns Americans Against Following In The Path Of Nazi Germany

HuffPost   It’s not that democracy is “fragile,” exactly, but it is “reversible,” according to former President Barack Obama. During an interview earlier this week at the Economic Club of Chicago, Obama reminded his audience to remain vigilant in protecting the values and institutions that make up American democracy or risk following in

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Govt subsidy makes NCAT the Cheapest Place to Train, Rector says

Oru Leonard,Abuja   The Rector, Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, Zaria (NCAT), Capt. Abdulsalam Muhammed , disclosed that against popular opinion of the school being expensive, NCAT is the cheapest place to train anywhere due to the government subsidy. The Rector who disclosed this in an interview during the International Civil Aviation Organization,World

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