World News

The Decade’s Most Memorable Royal Outfits

By The Advocate News To say the previous ten years have been eventful for royals around the world, particularly the British monarchy, is an understatement. There have been a few memorable occurrences over the last decade, from weddings to baby announcements and tabloid turmoil. Since 2011, there have been a lot of noteworthy royal fashion

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World News

Dozens injured as Sri Lanka government supporters run riot

By AFP Sri Lankan authorities imposed a nationwide curfew and deployed the army on Monday after dozens of people were hospitalised when government supporters armed with sticks and clubs attacked protestors, AFP reporters said. The US ambassador to Sri Lanka condemned “the violence against peaceful protestors today, and call on the government to conduct a full

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South Korea’s Yoon calls on North to trade nukes for aid

By AFP South Korea’s new leader Yoon Suk-yeol on Tuesday called on the North to give up its nuclear weapons in exchange for massive economic aid, describing Pyongyang’s missiles as a threat to regional and global security. Yoon, 61, who started work in an underground bunker with a briefing on North Korea, takes office at a

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Sports

UEFA unveil Champions League revamp

By AFP The European Champions League will see an increase of four teams to 36 and the present group stage replaced by one single league from the 2024/25 season, UEFA said on Tuesday. The revamp of European football’s premier club competition will see each team play eight league games — four home and four away —

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Opinion

Biafra: Okey Anueyiagu’s Horrors of war

By Patrick Dele Cole Dr. Okey Anueyiagu has written a personal history about his experiences as a young fellow, what happened to him in Kano during the pogrom, and how as a thirteen-year-old, he joined the Biafran Army. He speaks with the raw innocence of a 13-year-old dealing with issues of life and death, dealing with

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