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The Nigeria Labour Congress President, Comrade Ayuba Waba has warned Nigerians to stop playing politics with the release of Chibok School girls that were abducted last three years ago. "I think this (Buhari) administration is doing well on the issue of the Chibok girls. Tomorrow, we are going to be better and to change everything that is happening in our community", she said.
  • Security questions over Russian photographer allowed into Oval Office

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    The White House blocked United States reporters from photographing the meeting, opting to allow only White House and Russian photographers to capture images of Trump's interactions with Lavrov. And Kislyak was not mentioned in the official White House readout of the meeting. "We had an official photographer in the room, as did they", spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Thursday.
  • Read James Comey's letter to FBI after shock firing

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    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein would likely appoint a special counsel. But the revelation intensified the pressure on the White House from both political parties to explain the motives behind Comey's stunning ouster. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Tuesday that Rosenstein drafted the memo raising concerns about Comey on his own accord. Some of the officials that spoke with NBC know Comey personally.
  • Kremlin says may retaliate against USA over expulsion of Russian diplomats

    Kremlin says may retaliate against USA over expulsion of Russian diplomats

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    That investigation, among others, is examining potential collusion between Trump's 2016 campaign and the Kremlin. Russian President Vladimir Putin "has a couple of times announced his readiness for such meetings [with U.S. "Our patience is not without limits", the Russian official added. The comments mark a departure from the characterization of U.S. -Russia relations that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offered during his visit to Moscow last month.
  • Pak-Afghan tension: Border firing ends as Afghan military admits mistake

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    In June previous year, a series of skirmishes sparked by Pakistan's attempt to build a gate on Torkham border led to several casualties, including a Pakistan army captain. He accused Islamabad of using the census as a mask to hide the crossing of militants from Pakistan into Afghanistan. Among the Afghan wounded were 23 civilians.
  • South Korean leader Moon discuss North Korea with China's Xi: Blue House

    South Korean leader Moon discuss North Korea with China's Xi: Blue House

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    I take office empty-handed, and I will leave office the same way. Possible efforts by President Moon Jae-in to reopen it will likely be opposed by the Trump administration. Flanked by five royal palaces from South Korea's dynastic past, it is also home to some of the country's main corporations and financial institutions, embassies, hotels and a concert hall.
  • White House fumes after Moscow releases Trump meeting photos

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    Charles Kupchan, who was senior director for European affairs on the National Security Council during the Obama administration, said Comey's firing raised more concerns about whether the United States was pulling away from its longtime position as the world's leader on democratic ideals.
  • Moon's aim to move South Korean presidential office a security 'headache'

    Moon's aim to move South Korean presidential office a security 'headache'

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    Moon also called for "dialogue along with sanctions and pressure" on the North to push Pyongyang to talks, Yoon said. South Korea might see a sharp departure from recent policy under Mr Moon, who favours closer ties with North Korea. Pyongyang's state media has released satellite images of the antimissile system branding THAAD "a source of a nuclear disaster". China has also denied it is doing anything to retaliate against South Korean businesses.
  • Xi congratulates new South Korea president Moon Jae

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    Moon Jae-in was sworn in as the new South Korean President on Wednesday and he used his inauguration to ease geopolitical tensions on the Korean peninsula, saying he is prepared to visit North Korea and to hold discussions with Washington and Beijing .
  • Iran's Rouhani faces renewed charges as election looms

    Iran's Rouhani faces renewed charges as election looms

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    In Friday's debate, Tehran's mayor and presidential candidate Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf said that Rouhani and candidate Eshaq Jahangiri received "highly subsidized" properties from the government. Why didn't you do it four years ago? If he sheds just a bit of that support now, he could face a risky second round against a single opponent who unites the hardline faction.