African Press

[Vanguard] Croatia coach, Zlatko Dalic has tagged the Super Eagles as the most dangerous team in the group D match up of the FIFA World Cup tournament starting in Russia next month.

[SPS] London -Adala UK, an organization based in London which deals with human rights in occupied Western Sahara, said it is "extremely concerned" about the extent of Moroccan intimidations and arbitrary detentions against Sahrawi journalists.

[New Zimbabwe] The current government will not address the Gukurahundi atrocities because most of its senior officials, including the president, were implicated in the killings, opposition MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa has said.

[Leadership] The ECOWAS Parliament has said it will be resending MPs on a peacekeeping mission to Sierra Leone next month.

[This Day] Gareth Bale came off the bench to help Real Madrid win an historic third Champions League in a night full of drama in Kiev.

[New Zimbabwe] Masvingo -Two illegal miners from Madondo Village, under Chief Serima in Gutu, were recently found dead in a goldmine where they were prospecting for the precious mineral.

[Guardian] While still awaiting a fresh probe of his administration between 1999-2007, former President Olusegun Obasanjo, yesterday made public the report of the investigation conducted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in 2007, on various allegations, including that of the alleged $16b power project.

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