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People Infected as Monkey pox Spreads to Lagos, Ogun, Ekiti
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Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Daniel Iworiso-Markson, who came out with this in a statement also said the ‎spirited sensitization campaign mounted by his ministry on radio with translations in all the local dialects in the state will be aggressively sustained.

People Liberia goes to polls for presidential elections
Author: 0 Liberia goes to polls for presidential elections

And that is what I expect should happen tomorrow. "People of Liberia, I congratulate you!" The envoy, who assumed duty on Monday, also stressed the need for Nigerians resident in the country to go about their normal duties and remain law abiding.

People NBC report says Las Vegas shooter 'scouted' two other major U.S. cities
Author: 0 NBC report says Las Vegas shooter 'scouted' two other major U.S. cities

Police officers who started searching the hotel after the shooting began didn't know a hotel security guard had been shot "until they met him in the hallway after exiting the elevator", Lombardo said. Since the October 1 massacre, while Paddock's motive has baffled investigators, a picture of his life has taken shape. "This week we witnessed one of the worst tragedies in American history", Aldean said before starting the song.

People Heavy rains claims two lives in Kolkata, North 24 Parganas
Author: 0 Heavy rains claims two lives in Kolkata, North 24 Parganas

City schools that were scheduled to open today after the Durga Puja vacation had to be closed again due to the bad weather. Numerous flights were not able to land at the Kolkata airport due to bad weather on Monday morning and were forced to be diverted to nearby airports including the Bhubaneswar, Guwahati and Bagdogra airports among others in the region.

People Las Vegas shooting suspect booked hotel overlooking Chicago's Lollapalooza festival, reports say
Author: 0 Las Vegas shooting suspect booked hotel overlooking Chicago's Lollapalooza festival, reports say

Lollapalooza's acts included Muse, Lorde, Chance The Rapper, The xx, Justice and Big Sean with over 400,000 people attending. Danley said, "He wired me money, which he said was for me to buy a house for me and my family". More than 100 investigators are combing through the life of Paddock, who has been described as "disturbed and dangerous", in order to find clues about why he committed Sunday's attack.

People Only One Thing Will Work: Trump on North Korea Solution
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Trump said that all forces that undermine United States national interests must already be destroyed, and that it remains to be done. The newsletter then points out that Trump and first lady Melania Trump met with victims and thanked first responders and law enforcement, and then quoted the president's "words of comfort and healing".

People Trump Stresses Frustration Over US Posture Toward North Korea
Author: 0 Trump Stresses Frustration Over US Posture Toward North Korea

The Guardian reported that Michael Madden said: "It shows that her portfolio and writ is far more substantive than previously believed and it is a further consolidation of the Kim family's power". Her position is such that, according to a Seoul-based think tank run by North Korean defectors, Kim Yo Jong briefly took charge of the country while her brother was reportedly ill with gout or diabetes in late 2014.

People United Nations chief condemns attacks on peacekeepers in DRC
Author: 0 United Nations chief condemns attacks on peacekeepers in DRC

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned the attack, confirming the dead soldiers were Tanzanians and that 18 peacekeepers were wounded. Rebels from an Islamist militant group killed 22 people in an ambush in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo on Saturday night, the authorities said.

Author: 0 Prince Harry Launches Mental Health Initiative with the British Armed Forces

The Mix, one of their eight charity partners, offers advice to teenagers and young people who already use their phones, social media and online search engines to find support. Discussing the statistic that three quarters of suicides in the United Kingdom are men, he stated: "That's still a worrying statistic though, it really is".

People USA beat Ghana 1-0, through to Round of 16
Author: 0 USA beat Ghana 1-0, through to Round of 16

The U.S. will complete group play October 12 against Colombia at Navi Mumbai. Jeakson Singh created history as he scored the first goal for India in the FIFA World Cup, but the team conceded the second goal within seconds as their World Cup dreams came crashing down.

People Sudan currency gets boost from sanctions relief
Author: 0 Sudan currency gets boost from sanctions relief

Switzerland on Sunday called for a rapid and unconditional release of the woman but did not give any other details about her. "Local representation is in contact with Sudanese authorities". At the end of June, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution that should reduce the number of joint UN-African Union peacekeepers in Darfur (UNAMID) by 30% due to reduced conflict levels.

People Only Maradona wants Messi to miss the World Cup, says Kempes
Author: 0 Only Maradona wants Messi to miss the World Cup, says Kempes

No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel the Ecuador vs Argentina match is available on here. A win would secure at least a play-off spot for Sampaoli's side, with Uruguay (28 points), Chile (26) and Paraguay (24) also looking to seal places.

People Karl Strauss Wins Gold At The Great American Beer Festival
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Karl Strauss Brewing Company added more bling to their trophy case with a gold medal at this year's Great American Beer Festival ("GABF"), the premier USA beer festival and competition. Portland breweries were big winners with 5 of the wins but Full Sail Brewing Co.in Hood River, Elk Horn Brewery in Eugene and Flat Tail Brewing in Corvallis also took home awards.

People Russia's Justice Ministry promises tit-for-tat measures against USA media
Author: 0 Russia's Justice Ministry promises tit-for-tat measures against USA media

The foreign ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said the full weight of the US authorities was being brought to bear against RT's operations in the United States, and that Moscow had the right to respond. RT said it faces a USA demand to register as a foreign agent and provide detailed personal data for its staff, a request it said amounts to an attempt to push it out of the U.S.

People South Korea developing graphite 'blackout bombs' to paralyse North's electrical grid
Author: 0 South Korea developing graphite 'blackout bombs' to paralyse North's electrical grid

South Korea is prepared to use non-lethal graphite bombs - also known as "blackout bombs" - to short-circuit the North's electrical grid in the event of a nuclear war, according to a report . The situation proved that North Korea's policy of "byungjin", meaning the parallel development of nuclear weapons and the economy was "absolutely right", Kim Jong-un said in the speech.

People Malala Yousafzai starts Oxford studies five years after shooting
Author: 0 Malala Yousafzai starts Oxford studies five years after shooting

The 20-year-old education activist announced in August she had been accepted at Oxford to study politics, philosophy and economics. On October 9, 2012, 15-year-old Malala Yousafzai was almost killed by a Taliban gunman who was angry with her efforts to promote schooling among girls in her native Pakistan.