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2015: NYSC Warns Corps Members Against Partisan Politics

SAN FRANCISCO, March 23, (THEWILL) –  Youth Corps members have been warned not to get involved in partisan politics during the period of their...

Odemwingie Still On Fire

Nigerian striker Peter Odemwingie is a man in form as exemplified by his recent streak in front of goal. The 32-year-old scored his fifth league...

Messi Hat-Trick Helps Barcelona Beat Real

Barcelona breathed new life into their La Liga title hopes as a Lionel Messi hat-trick helped fire them to victory in a thrilling match...

Referee Apologises For Kieran Gibbs Red Card Error

Referee Andre Marriner has apologised for sending off Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs by mistake during the Gunners' 6-0 defeat by league leaders Chelsea. A penalty...

Bayern On Brink Of Bundesliga Title

Bayern Munich can clinch the Bundesliga title on Tuesday with a record seven games to spare despite leaving it late to defeat Mainz. The champions...

Again, Boko Haram Sacks Bama, Kills 20 Persons In Market Attack

SAN FRANCISCO, March 23, (THEWILL) – Boko Haram gunmen again struck at the Borno village of Bama on Saturday, killing no fewer than 20...

Private Jets: NLC Backs Moves To Probe Petroleum Minister, Seeks Probe Of State Governors

SAN FRANCISCO, March 23, (THEWILL) – The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has raised the alarm over the reported level of waste by public office...

French Satellite Image Also Shows Possible Plane Debris

French satellite images show "floating debris" in the southern Indian Ocean, Paris said on Sunday, which together with Chinese and Australian images of suspicious...

Gunmen Kill Six In Attack On Kenyan Church

Gunmen shouting in a foreign language killed six worshippers in a church near the coastal city of Mombasa on Sunday, an attack of the...

Hamas Rally In Gaza Takes Aim At Egypt, Israel And Abbas

Tens of thousands of Palestinians rallied in Gaza on Sunday to show support for their Islamist Hamas government, which has long been at loggerheads...