Nigeria, Japan sign $11million deal to boost electricity supply

The Federal Government and the Japanese government have signed a 1.317 billion Japanese Yen, equivalent to USD 11 million Grant Aid to boost Electricity Supply Facilities in Abuja and Nassarawa State. Minister of Budget and National Planning, Udoma Udo Udoma, signed on behalf of the Nigerian government, while Mr. Sadanobu Kusaoke, Ambassador of Japan, signed… Read More Nigeria, Japan sign $11million deal to boost electricity supply

Six dead, two injured as gunman attacks education center in Saudi Arabia

An attacker has opened fire at an education department office in Saudi Arabia’s southern Jazan province, killing six employees, officials have said. Two other people have been wounded in the assault, in the remote community of Ad Dair, next to the border with Yemen. The attacker has been arrested, an official said. No motive has… Read More Six dead, two injured as gunman attacks education center in Saudi Arabia

Rival gangs’ fight in Mexico’s Topo Chico prison leaves 52 dead

A prison riot in northern Mexico overnight that left dozens dead started as a fight between leaders of rival gangs, officials said on Thursday. Fifty-two people were killed inside Topo Chico prison in Monterrey, Mexico, Nuevo Leon state Gov. Jaime Rodriguez said at a news conference. Twelve others were injured, including five who are in… Read More Rival gangs’ fight in Mexico’s Topo Chico prison leaves 52 dead

India suffers second wild animal incident in one week

In less than one weeks, India has suffered incidents of wild animals rampaging through populated areas and inflicting damage. On Wednesday, a large elephant rumbled through a neighborhood in a town in West Bengal state. The elephant knocked over walls of small shacks and trampled motorbikes while it lumbered through the streets of Siliguri as… Read More India suffers second wild animal incident in one week