Argentina’s Senate begins debate on gay marriage

Argentina’s Senate is debating a proposal to legalise gay marriage. The country’s Chamber of Deputies has already approved same-sex marriage and has now sent the legislation to the Senate for approval. The law, which would also allow same-sex couples to adopt, has met with fierce opposition from the Catholic Church and other religious groups. Thousands […]

Man From Hell Rapes Two Minors

A 21-year old youth, Funsho Akinmola has been arrested by the police at Alade Police Station for having carnal knowledge of two kids who are children of same parents A police source said it was Mrs. Abimbola Oni, the mother of the children who are aged nine and five, who reported the incident to the […]


A deputy Superintendent of police to Ogudu, “Area H” Command, Lagos Nigeria, (DSP) Musiliu Omokaro has slumped and died after a night duty. P.M.NEWS reported that police sources revealed that DSP Omokaro, who was the Area Command Administrative Officer, answered a distress call that took him out of office on Sunday night till the early […]


The acclaimed merger by the Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is not known to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as it has not received official notification of the merger. Emmanuel Umenger, Director of Public Affairs of the commission, made the declaration. He also denied insinuations that there were ripples […]

New Judges for swearing in on Friday

President Goodluck Jonathan has appointed 14 new justices for the Court of Appeal and eight judges for the Federal Capital Territory High Court. This followed the recommendation of the National Judicial Council (NJC). A statement by the NJC’s Secretary, Danladi Halilu, said the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Aloysius Katsina-Alu, will swear in the justices […]


Muslim women could be fined for wearing full-length veils in public in France under a bill approved overwhelmingly Tuesday by the lower house of parliament. The legislation, which still has to be vetted by the Constitutional Council, France’s highest constitutional authority, and approved by the Senate in September, could make France the second European country […]

Anambra tribunal: Ngige loses out

The election petitions tribunal, has rejected an attempt by the candidate of Action Congress in the last Anambra State gubernatorial election, Dr. Chris Nwabueze Ngige, to amend his petition, about two months outside the period allowed under the electoral Act 2006, and constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The Justice Puis Damulak-led tribunal yesterday […]


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