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  • The second week of proceedings in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump concluded last week. At CNN, Joan Biskupic contends that Chief Justice John Roberts, used to “the heavy mantle of public expectations in his role at the middle of an ideologically divided bench,” has thus far “served as a careful steward of […]
  • ABUJA, Feb 3 (Reuters) – Nigerian stocks declined 1.08% on Monday to a more than three-week low as investors sold off shares from across the board after weak sentiment hit equities. Source:
  • Feb 3 (Reuters) – Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has backed Anthony Martial to rediscover his scoring touch and says the French forward is giving the club “everything” both on the pitch and the training ground. Source:
  • Feb 2 (Reuters) – FIFA is ending its six-month intervention in African soccer’s governing body, it said on Sunday, after the mission to speed up the reform of football on the continent was “successfully completed”. Source:
  • The Supreme Court is on its winter recess until February 21. The post This week at the court appeared first on SCOTUSblog. Source:
  • LAGOS, Feb 1 (Reuters) – Eritrea denounced a U.S. ban on immigrant visas for its citizens as “unacceptable” on Saturday, while Nigeria’s government said it had created a committee to address the issues that prompted U.S. President Donald Trump to add the country to the ban. Source:
  • LAGOS, Feb 1 (Reuters) – Nigeria’s government has created a committee to address the issues that led to a suspension of U.S. immigrant visas to its citizens, the president’s office said on Saturday. Source:
  • Jan 31 (Reuters) – There is only one “Greek Freak” but there are two Antetokounmpo brothers in Milwaukee, who started together for the first time in the National Basketball Association (NBA) on Friday. Source:
  • WASHINGTON, Jan 31 (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump issued an expanded version of his travel ban on Friday that targets prospective immigrants from Nigeria and five other countries, a move that could affect thousands of people and reignite debate on whether the policy is discriminatory. Source:
  • MANCHESTER, England, Jan 31 (Reuters) – Manchester United made a surprise late addition to their squad on deadline day by bringing in 30-year-old Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo on loan from Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua until the end of the season. Source:
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