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Photos of the 73 persons Killed By Fulani Herdsmen Buried today in Benue State.

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The victims who died during the recent attack by Fulani herdsmen on villagers and farmers at Guma and Logo local government area of Benue state are being buried on a site at the Industrial Layout along Naka Road in Makurdi.



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The Hypatia stone found in the sahara desert.

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A mysterious stone unearthed in 1992 in the Sahara desert contains minerals unknown on Earth – or in meteorites – and could be interstellar in origin.

The Hypatia stone is believed to come from the nucleus of a comet.

But new analysis by the team of researchers who initially analysed the Hypatia stone threw up unexpected results.

Most meteorites are made of silicon with a small amount of carbon, but the Hypatia stone has a huge amount of carbon compounds – some, known as polyaromatic hydrocarbons, are a major component in interstellar dust.

The stone also contains pure aluminium.


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South Korea’s government set to ban cryptocurrency trading.

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South Korea’s government said on Thursday it plans to ban cryptocurrency trading, sending bitcoin prices plummeting and throwing the virtual coin market into turmoil as the nation’s police and tax authorities raided local exchanges on alleged tax evasion.

The clampdown in South Korea, a crucial source of global demand for cryptocurrency, came as policymakers around the world struggled to regulate an asset whose value has skyrocketed over the last year.

Justice minister Park Sang-ki said the government was preparing a bill to ban trading of the virtual currency on domestic exchanges.sending bitcoin prices plummeting and throwing the virtual coin market into turmoil as the nation’s police and tax authorities raided local exchanges on alleged tax evasion.

The clampdown in South Korea, a crucial source of global demand for cryptocurrency, came as policymakers around the world struggled to regulate an asset whose value has skyrocketed over the last year.

Justice minister Park Sang-ki said…

The One Weapon That Could Kill North Korea's Leaders and Nukes

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A plane like no other.
B-2 bombers would almost certainly take part in any attack on North Korea’s nuclear program, which would almost certainly be a part of or escalate to a larger war between Pyongyang, its neighbors and the United States.

While the B-1B bomber can launch cruise missile strikes against exposed targets, the B-2 would be sent after the North Korean leadership itself.

The Spirit would drop Massive Ordnance Penetrator bombs on hardened and underground North Korean command and control system, ideally disrupting its ability to issue orders to launch missiles.
Spirits would also drop MOPs on any hardened leadership facilities suspected of hiding North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and any concrete-protected nuclear storage and missile launch facilities.

The B-2 Spirit is one of three strategic heavy bombers in U.S. Air Force service. Originally conceived to infiltrate the Soviet air-defense network and attack targets with nuclear weapons, over the decades its mission has grown …

Rivers State Amnesty Committee Chairman has told two notorious cultists to lay down their arms.

Rivers State Amnesty Committee Chairman and S.A. on Amnesty to Governor Wike, Sir Ken Chinda, has given two notorious cultists namely: Supreme and Mba, in Eleme LGA up till Tuesday next week to submit their arms and turn into a new leaf or be prepared to face the wrath of the Government.

Sir Chinda read the riot act, today, while appearing as a guest on Rhythm 93.7FM, Port Harcourt, topical and current affairs programme, Viewpoint.

 April 15, 2017

The Nigerian Army has confirmed the killing of a notorious criminal in Eleme LGA, Solomon Ogosu, Aka Supreme.

The Army said, Supreme died as a result of profuse bleeding from a bullet wound he sustained when he led his criminal gang to engage the Army in a gun duel, over the weekend.

Supreme was declared wanted by the Rivers State Amnesty Committee headed by Governor Wike's S.A. on amnesty Sir Ken Chinda after several pleas to him to submit his arms and ammunition to the committee were not heeded to.

You will recall that on the 17th of …