Russia, Saudi to pump as much as possible: IEA

Russia, Saudi to pump as much as possible: IEA

Ahead of the doomed Doha talks last weekend, Russia and Saudi Arabia said they were willing to discuss freezing oil output, but less than a week later both have threatened to ramp up production. On Friday, the head of the Oil Industry and Markets Division at the International Energy Agency (IEA) told CNBC that he believed both producers will continue to “pump as much oil as possible.” “In the post-Doha world, when we’re still in what is essentially a free market for oil, they (the Russians) will pump as much…

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FBI paid at least $1 million to hack into terrorist’s iPhone, director says

FBI paid at least $1 million to hack into terrorist’s iPhone, director says

WASHINGTON — The FBI paid more than $1 million to an unidentified third party to help agents unlock the iPhone of a terrorist involved in last year’s San Bernardino, Calif., attacks, the bureau’s director, James B. Comey, said Thursday. Speaking at a security forum in London, Comey elliptically referred to the cost of breaking into the iPhone as being more than the total he will earn in the remaining seven years of his 10-year term as the bureau’s director. Comey earns $183,000 a year. “We paid a lot,” Comey said….

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Explicit Content: Angry Female Students Storm the Street, Protesting Against Campus Rapes (PHOTOS)

Explicit Content: Angry Female Students Storm the Street, Protesting Against Campus Rapes (PHOTOS)

Protests began on Monday at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa against incessant rape on the campus. Topless female students with ‘this is mine scrawled on their breasts’ were seen among the protesters demonstrating against the rape culture on a university campus. The police have tried to disperse students using pepper spray and stun guns.     The students started demonstrating after a list of suspected rapists on campus was leaked on social media on Sunday. Many students, who were raped on campus said they have reported rapes to the…

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Biafra: IPOB Replies Nnamdi Kanu’s Message

Biafra: IPOB Replies Nnamdi Kanu’s Message

Yesterday Nnamdi Kanu sent a powerful message from prison through IPOB spokesperson when they made a solidarity visit to him in prison. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Thursday, April 21, has now  predicted an impending victory despite spirited antics of its adversaries in the struggle for a Biafra nation, The Sun reports. According to the group, its struggle has gathered the desired awareness, momentum, sympathy and outright support; way beyond its expectations. A statement by Dr. Clifford Iroanya and Emma Mmezu, spokespersons of IPOB, commended and congratulated millions…

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Suspected Fulani Herdsmen Abduct Delta University Staff | Demands N5 million Ransom

Suspected Fulani Herdsmen Abduct Delta University Staff | Demands N5 million Ransom

Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, Celestina Kalu confirmed reports that a non-academic staff of Delta state University was kidnapped by suspected Fulani Herdsmen at Kwale, Ndokwa West Local Government Area. According to Kalu, the victim, John Ogeleke was heading towards Ogume from Kwale in his Nissan Pathfinder jeep when he was abducted by four men of Fulani extraction at gun point. She also said that the Police in the Kwale division, vigilante team members, men of Dragon 25 police patrol team and reinforcement from nearby divisions are searching the bush where the…

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US finds ‘longest’ drug tunnel on California-Mexico border

US finds ‘longest’ drug tunnel on California-Mexico border

US authorities have uncovered what they believe to be the longest ever cross-border drug trafficking tunnel connecting Mexico and California, a statement said. Estimated to span more than 800 yards (730 meters), it contains an elevator, as well as lights and rail and ventilation systems, the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of California said Wednesday. The narrow tunnel connects a house in Tijuana, Mexico, to a commercial lot in Otay Mesa, California, where the exit is a three-foot (0.9 meter) diameter hole that, at one point, was hidden…

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