Liverpool have completed the signing of Alisson Becker for a fee of €75m (£67m), subject to the Roma goalkeeper passing a medical, according to Sky in Italy. The 25-year-old travelled to England on a private jet on Wednesday evening and will undergo a medical with the Reds in the next few days. Sky in Italy … Read moreTransfer subject to goalkeeper passing medical; Alisson has agreed five-year contract at Anfield.
Fresh crisis is brewing in the Ekiti state House of Assembly following the adjournment of legislative business to October by the majority Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) members of the House. The minority All Progressives Congress (APC) legislators described the long adjournment as illegal and not in the interest of the people of the state who … Read moreEkiti APC Lawmakers Reject Long Adjournment.
There was wild jubilation in Enugu as Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi formally inaugurated the historic and undulating Miliken Hill road, Ngwo, reconstructed and modernized with street lights by his administration for the first time since it was constructed in 1909 during the colonial era. The all-important 3-kilometer Miliken Hill section of the road, is part of … Read moreJubilation as Ugwuanyi inaugurates reconstructed historic Enugu Miliken Hill road.
Many villagers were killed and hundreds of houses burnt following an attack on some Fulani communities in Demsa local government of Adamawa state. One Mohammed Bako, said to journalists that he could not tell how many lives were lost. According to Bako, “Yes, there were attacks in some Fulani communities in my local government area … Read moreSome Eyes for an Eye: Fulani people killed in Demsa, Adamawa.
As one of his first major acts as acting director of the US Environmental Protection Agency, Andrew Wheeler signed and finalized new standards overseeing coal ash, the leftover waste created by power plants that burn coal. The new rules are a revision of 2015 regulations that were put into place by the Obama administration after … Read moreEPA Rolls Back Obama-era Coal Ash Regulations.
The European Union says it has struck a deal with Macedonia to allow border guards to be deployed if the non-EU Balkan state faces “sudden migratory challenges”. The announcement came on Wednesday as Dimitris Avramopoulos, the EU migration commissioner, and Macedonian Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski initialled the deal for sending guards from the bloc to … Read moreEU-Macedonia Deal to Deploy Border Guards to Curb Migration.
Lebanon Preparing to Legalize Growing Cannabis, Says House Speaker! Lebanon’s parliament is preparing to legalize cannabis cultivation and its production for medicinal use, House Speaker Nabih Berri told US Ambassador to Lebanon Elizabeth Richard on Tuesday according to Lebanon’s official news agency. Elections in May saw Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s bloc shrink and negotiations to … Read moreCannabis might be legal soon, says ‘Lebanon House Speaker.’
Trump Keeps up Defense of Helsinki Performance. President Donald Trump on Wednesday continued to defend his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, a day after walking back his remarks in which he would not endorse US intelligence findings on Russian election meddling over Putin’s denial. “So many people at the higher ends of intelligence loved … Read moreHow Trump keeps defending Helsinki.
Trump WW3 Claim Leaves ‘Tiny’ Montenegro Shocked. Donald Trump reckons that Montenegro is a “tiny country with very strong people”. And he will soon discover that they have forceful opinions as well. “He’s the strangest president in the history of the United States,” Ranko Krivokapic told the BBC. Mr Krivokapic knows a thing or two … Read moreTrump shocks ‘TINY’ Montenegro!
Dozens of buses on Wednesday entered two government loyalist towns under siege from rebels in the northwest province of Idlib, as part of a deal to evacuate residents to government-controlled areas, according to state news agency, SANA. Some 6,000 people will leave, emptying out the mostly Shia towns of al-Foua and Kefraya, a commander in … Read moreSyria Buses Arrive to Evacuate Two Rebel-besieged Shia Towns.