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tw News Headlines Oct. 6th


Breaking news: Senate announces ministerial list | Vanguard

The Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki, has just read out “the list of ministers at the floor of the Senate.” Read more for list of nominees.

How N3.7bn UK house put Diezani in trouble | Punch

Former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke and “a former Managing Director of a parastatal under the NNPC” got into trouble with the police in the United Kingdom because of their purchase of a house.

Oregon community college gunman ‘left behind manifesto’ | BBC

Oregon gunman, Chris Harper Mercer, who killed nine people “left behind a manifesto detailing his grievances,” including the fact that he did not have a girlfriend.

Pilot Michael Johnston dies during American Airlines flight | CNN

Pilot of an American Airlines flight, “Captain Michael Johnston, 57…fell ill somewhere en route” and died. Luckily, the co-pilot landed the plane safely.

Air France executive ‘almost lynched’ by protesting workers | Vanguard

Air France human resources manager “was almost lynched” on Monday “by striking workers, who stripped him of his shirt in a protest over the ailing airline’s plan to cut 2,900 jobs.”

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Nigerian wins young innovators competition at ITU Telecom World 2015 | Vanguard

A Nigerian, “Ogbonnaya Bassey has won the young innovators competition in the ITU Telecom World 2015 Young Innovators competition sponsored by Intel.”

Oscar Pistorius must remain in jail, review board says | BBC

After an unsuccessful attempt to grant Oscar Pistorius parole, the judge states that he “must remain in jail and not be transferred to house arrest.”


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