Wednesday, 19 March 2014
When it comes to losing their virginity, most women wait for the right man, while others prefer to wait for the right price.
A jealous lover who murdered his girlfriend over her affair with a man she met on a dating site for Oxbridge graduates was jailed for life today.
A Chinese advertising agency boss slaughtered his ex-girlfriend, her mother, sister and three-year-old niece with an axe in a fit of jealousy after her family banned her from seeing him.
A pupil at a Chinese high school is seen apparently leaping to his death in surveillance camera footage that has been uploaded to the Internet.
Eight-month-old Santiago Mendoza, who weighs 3.1-stone, was flown from his home in the northeastern city of Valledupar to Bogota on Sunday.
The Mobil filling station at Akilo road by Oba Akran in Ikeja was razed by fire around 6 this morning after a fuel tanker supplying fuel to the station hit an iron rod while trying to make its way into the filling station. The fire that ensued burnt at least five cars, the tanker was also completely burnt.
A property developer paid 12million yuan for the golden-haired one-year-old (pictured left) at a luxury pet fair in the eastern province of Zhejiang yesterday, local media reported reported.
Violence broke out today, Tuesday at Dangote Cement Factory in Gboko, Benue State. One of the worker was said to have stolen a spare tyre and was caught by the army. When his colleagues tried to get him off the hook, an angry soldier shot the young man and killed him instantly.
February 20 was no doubt one of the saddest days for the family of Mr Fred Awogbo. Their son, 18-year-old Godwin Awogbo, a 300 level student of University of Cape Coast in Central region, Ghana, studying Social Science was brutally killed. His body had been found with some his internal organs gorged out, with his hands and legs tied.
500 delegates have three months to debate Nigeria's future. But the chances that the National Conference will come up with solutions to the many challenges the vast country faces are slight.
Officially, at least, Nigeria is attempting an effort at dialogue, an exercise in introspection. From Tuesday (18.03.2014) around 500 politicians and civil society representatives have been gathering in the capital Abuja for a national conference. "The aim of the meeting is to discuss on how the democratic system can improve the lives of Nigerians," said Information Minister Maku Laran, who believes that the conference will yield good results. "Many are convinced that the conference will help."