Saturday, 21 December 2013
In this exclusive interview with Channels Television, Enugu State's First Lady, Mrs Clara Chime, talks about her husband's false accusations against her and how she coped while in the Government House.
David Coleman, a BBC sports presenter and commentator with almost 50 years of service, has died after a brief illness.
mugglers charging illegal migrants up to £4,000 for 'guaranteed arrival' in the UK has been arrested, it has emerged.
A married Pennsylvania high school teacher has been arrested for having sexual relations with a male student.
It is no ordinary crime. Incest, a distant word to many, claims its victims body and soul and shatters every sense of normalcy a child who grows up to experience such act is supposed to have. Such is the life of Bola and Tolu, who endured a sexual abuse by their father for two years. But for Susan, who had two children for her father, it is a different kettle of fish as a result of the identity problem her children will have to contend with. KUNLE FALAYI reports
Met Eireann have issued an Orange weather warning this morning as thunderstorms and hail showers hit the country.
In yesterday’s much-anticipated interview with Oprah, Beyoncé finally admitted she was a member of the New World Order, also known as the Illuminati.
Rumors have swirled since the episode’s taping; many fans wondered why Oprah never questioned the star about her alleged Illuminati ties and commented that it might be due to Oprah’s own participation in Illuminati activities.
More than 1,000 Muslim couples tied the knot at a mass wedding Thursday in Nigeria's second city of Kano, part of a government programme aimed at promoting stable families.
Battered woman force thug to hold humiliating sign at roadside in return for her not pressing charges
A woman who was battered for refusing a thug's sexual advances took justice into her own hands and forced him to stand by a roadside with a sign reading: 'I beat women. Honk if I'm a scumbag.'
Canada has removed all anti-prostitution laws after sex workers fought for safer working conditions following the serial killings of prostitutes by a pig farmer in British Columbia.