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While Bickersteth and Igbokwe will act as non-executive directors, Olusanya assumes office as the Chief Executive Officer to replace Mr. Matthew Willsher; and Ighodaro takes over from Mr. Ojobo said that the commission was confident that the amicable resolutions reached by the parties would further strengthen Etisalat's capacity to continue to provide services to its over 20 million customers.
  • Canada's new astronauts to visit space agency near Montreal

    Canada's new astronauts to visit space agency near Montreal

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    Kutryk, a 35-year-old air force pilot with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in defence studies, has known that he wanted to be an astronaut since he was a little kid. She dreamed of becoming an astronaut to advance the application of science for the benefit of society and to inspire young people to pursue their interests in science.
  • China's giant elevated bus was a scam

    China's giant elevated bus was a scam

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    So far, 32 people associated with Huaying Kailai, an online financing platform, are in custody after selling an investment product to raise money from individual investors to develop the bus, said Beijing's police . Although initially heralded for its forward thinking design with proposals for up 1200 people to ride the machines which were 22-metres long, 8m wide and 5m high, doubts about the project began to arise in the following weeks.
  • Netherlands government says MH17 suspects to be tried under Dutch law

    Netherlands government says MH17 suspects to be tried under Dutch law

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    Attempts to form an global court to investigate the incident, which claimed the lives 298 people, were stymied by Russian Federation in 2015. This decision was made by representatives of the countries cooperating in the inquiry into this crash - the Netherlands, Australia, Malaysia, Ukraine and Belgium, the report said citing the Dutch media, which cites data from informed sources.
  • Girl dies after Audi ploughs into group of teenagers in Croydon

    Girl dies after Audi ploughs into group of teenagers in Croydon

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    Police say the driver of the auto, a man, fled from the scene on foot following the collision. They are also ruling out the possibility of it being terror-related. 'It's one moment of complete stupidity, but all you can do is think of that poor girl's family'. Detective Sergeant Jose Qureshi, of the Met's Roads and Transport Policing Command, said: 'While our inquiries continue to trace the driver, I would appeal directly to him and request that he comes forward to speak to police.
  • Maharashtra leader arrested after video of him forcibly kissing woman goes viral

    Maharashtra leader arrested after video of him forcibly kissing woman goes viral

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    The instance, where Bawanthade could be seen forcibly kissing the woman in the presence of other passengers , was recorded in the CCTV camera fitted at the rear end of the bus. The women alleged that the BJP leader raped her in a moving bus after he assured to marry her and promised her a job. The party leaders are refraining from commenting on the situation.
  • Grenfell Tower: Government sends in 'taskforce'

    Grenfell Tower: Government sends in 'taskforce'

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    But he said the cuts must continue because the government is still spending more than it takes in and the national debt stands at 1.7 trillion pounds ($2.2 trillion), or the equivalent of 62,000 pounds ($80,000) for every person in Britain.
  • Balloon release will mark little Saffie's ninth birthday

    Balloon release will mark little Saffie's ninth birthday

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    However, amid frantic scenes, he was unable to find Saffie and his wife. Family friend Mike Swanson said: "She went back into surgery yesterday to rebuild her arm, so she is facing another tough couple of weeks". It was chaos. You're panicking and worrying. He revealed that he couldn't accept the news of Saffie's death to begin with: "I couldn't take it in".
  • Asheville Police officers take ride on homemade water slide

    Asheville Police officers take ride on homemade water slide

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    When they got there, they found a block party going on. "We didn't have a bag big enough for Officer Joe Jones, for obvious reasons". "Woo-hoo!" Officer Lee exclaimed while sliding down the hill. At the end of the clip, Officer Jones can be heard saying, 'My butt is wet'. "When it's hot...and your responding to a street complaint...and there's a fun way to cool down...you take advantage of a giant slip and slide".
  • Forecast: A few more clouds today with slightly warmer temperatures

    Forecast: A few more clouds today with slightly warmer temperatures

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    An isolated shower is possible for the region. Skies tomorrow will be partly cloudy. Temperatures are in the middle 60s to lower 70s. Some showers and storms will be possible during the heat of the day every day this week. It's another great day out there today , with abundant sunshine yet again and temperatures in the 80s. The Arklatex will between upper level high pressure to our east and west.
  • Manchester airport evacuated over suspicious bag

    Manchester airport evacuated over suspicious bag

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    Photos and video footage showed hundreds of people milling around outside the terminal. Travellers have been removed from flights and buses at Terminal 3 following the issue. It has since released an updated statement to passengers, which reads: "Following the incident this morning, only Terminal 3 is affected". Being the third largest airport in the United Kingdom, the Manchester Airport sees more than 22 million passengers go through it each year.
  • Simon Cowell Thinks Thorpe Park Can Help Save 'The X Factor'

    Simon Cowell Thinks Thorpe Park Can Help Save 'The X Factor'

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    The source also claimed that Nicole took the role of head judge in Simon's absence, "commanding attention" and leading proceedings until Simon was able to return to his duties at the top of the judging desk. Simon is also discouraging so-called novelty acts after viewers were left fuming Honey G made it to the final five previous year. It means all singers will perform on both Saturday and Sunday evenings, with acts being eliminated both nights.