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A family in South Carolina has welcomed a baby girl for the first time in 137 years. Abcnews reports that the family was so excited to welcome the special baby.
NAIJ.com gathered that a young Nigerian pilot identified as Mark Ukaere, lost his life in a plane crash while flying solo in Everglades, Miami, USA, recently.
According to reports, a British actor, Michael Enright, decided to quit acting in order to join the ongoing fight against Islamic extremists, ISIS, in Syria.
The cartel’s World Oil Outlook last year dismissed electric vehicles as a fringe curiosity that would make little difference to ever-rising global oil demand.
Nigeria on Saturday, July 1 assumed the chairmanship of the African Union Peace and Security Council (PSC), the News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN) reports.
US ambassador to Nigeria, Stuart Symington, has said those calling for secession in Nigeria will be overcome by Nigerians who support the unity of the country.
The apartment would be sold to the highest bidder by a Luxembourg based Banque Havilland, in a foreclosure auction in July, the New York Post reported.
The International Organisation for Migration said 52 migrants, mostly from The Gambia, Nigeria, Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire have died in the Sahara Desert.
A South Africa’s Church has barred blacks from attending service as the church on Sunday, June 25, disallowed two black journalists from gaining entrance.
NAIJ.com gathered that a Nigerian who is currently serving his life-imprisonment term for murder in the UK, has been declared Britain's most dangerous prisoner.
Nigeria is projected to be the world’s third most populous country by 2050, according to a report released by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs.
NAIJ.com gathered that a male Pakistani journalist was rough-handled by clerics for daring to drink water inside a mosque during the ongoing Ramadan fasting.
In a royal decree, the Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Nayef, a 57-year-old nephew of the king of Saudi Arabia, was removed as next-in-line to the throne.
Nigerian hackers and cyber criminals are being accused of masterminding a grand theft of information and money running into billions of dollars worldwide.
In a terrorist attack in London, a man has lost his life while at least eight people were hospitalized after an attacker drove a van into crowd of worshipers.
Police have said that at least 58 people were likely killed in a fire which engulfed a London tower block earlier this week, the deadliest in London since WW2.
A Kenyan family has received a shock as their 'dead and buried' son, Vincent Oguyi came back home to them. Oguyi returned home on Tuesday, January 3rd.
The defence military of Russia in statement had said that the strike could have killed al-Baghdadi and many other senior leaders of the Islamic State.
NAIJ.com came across a video of a man suspected to be the former president of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, being attacked by some men on the streets of Paris.
A fire broke out in the 24-storey block known as Grenfell Tower in London on June 13, 2017, leading to several deaths and hundreds injured and homeless.
Nigerians in South Africa have been issued with a quit notice to vacate two communities in the country over what has been described as punishment for the crimes