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FG'S AGREEMENT WITH TWITTER WILL NOT HAMPER FREEDOM OF SPEECH- OSHOMA
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TV360Nigeria
2,356 Views · 10 days ago

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Tackling Insecurity: No fewer than 18 passengers, driver rescued by Amotekun
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TV360Nigeria
2,881 Views · 10 days ago

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Over 85 percent of African population yet to receive single shot of COVID vaccine-WHO
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TV360Nigeria
3,347 Views · 10 days ago

TV360 is Nigeria's first exclusive online television news channel based in Lagos. Our focus is news. There is no limit to the kind of news we cover. Our goal is to keep the people informed at all times so that they could use the information we disseminate to form important opinions, take important decisions and ultimately help to build a better and democratic society. We strongly uphold the long established journalistic principles of TRUTH, BALANCE and FAIRNESS in our reportage because we believe there is no one side to a story. You can follow all our stories and much more by logging onto www.tv360nigeria.comPlease subscribe to our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/user/T....V360NIGERIA?sub_conf #tv360 #news#deji360 #tvcnigeria #channelstv #Nigeria #Lagos #Nigerianews #Nigeriannews

Half of Europe to be infected with Omicron within weeks says WHO - BBC News
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BBCNews
2,287 Views · 11 days ago

The World Health Organization has warned that half of Europe will have been infected with the Omicron variant of Covid-19 within six to eight weeks.

The projection was based on the seven million new cases reported across Europe in the first week of 2022.

Recent studies suggest that Omicron is less likely to make people seriously ill than previous Covid variants, but it is still highly contagious and can infect people even if they are fully vaccinated.

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Children were 'fighting for their lives' in Bronx fire - BBC News
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BBCNews
2,276 Views · 11 days ago

New Yorkers are still digesting the tragedy of the city's deadliest blaze in three decades.

The apartment building in the Bronx caught fire on Sunday morning.

At least 17 people died, including eight children. Several other people are in hospital in a critical condition.

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Nigerian cinemas shed pandemic blues earn N2.4bn in 2021 ticket sales⁣ and more
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GuardianNigeria
666 Views · 20 days ago

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Sudan Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok resigns after deadly mass protests - BBC News
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BBCNews
1,133 Views · 20 days ago

Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has resigned after another day of mass protests rocked the capital Khartoum.

Thousands marched against a recent deal he had done to share power with the army, who staged a coup in October.

Chanting "power to the people", protesters called for a return to full civilian rule, but military forces again responded with force, leaving two people dead.

Mr Hamdok's decision to quit leaves the army in full control.

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Buhari signs Bill into law, displeased with changes made by Nass
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TV360Nigeria
1,309 Views · 23 days ago

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2022 Budget: Sanwo Olu signs ₦1.7tr appropriation bill into law
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TV360Nigeria
1,281 Views · 23 days ago

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The News Room (1pm) December 29th, 2021
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TV360Nigeria
2,566 Views · 25 days ago

Summary of daily news

South Africa mourns anti-apartheid hero Desmond Tutu - BBC News
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BBCNews
6,498 Views · 27 days ago

South Africa is holding a week of events to mark the passing of the anti-apartheid leader Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who died on Sunday aged 90.

The plans include two days of lying in state before an official state funeral on 1 January in Cape Town.

Tributes have been pouring in from leaders around the world, including Queen Elizabeth II, US President Joe Biden and Pope Francis.

South Africans of all ages and backgrounds stopped by Cape Town's St George's Cathedral to lay flowers and pay tribute to the country's national hero.

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The News Room (2pm) December 27th, 2021
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TV360Nigeria
3,995 Views · 27 days ago

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The News Room (1pm) December 27th, 2021
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TV360Nigeria
4,007 Views · 27 days ago

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The News Room (12pm) December 27th, 2021
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TV360Nigeria
3,835 Views · 27 days ago

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COALITION ASKS TINUBU TO BACK YOUNG CANDIDATE AS APC NATN'L CHAIRMAN
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TV360Nigeria
3,210 Views · 27 days ago

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964 SECURITY OPERATIVES KILLED BY INSURGENTS IN ONE YEAR - REPORT
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TV360Nigeria
5,075 Views · 27 days ago

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Abuja firefighters battle to stop Next Cash & Carry Store fire
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GuardianNigeria
3,521 Views · 27 days ago

A popular departmental store in the Nigerian capital, Next Cash & Carry Store, is on fire. Firefighters from the FCT Fire Service have arrived at the scene of an inferno currently engulfing a popular departmental store in the Nigerian capital, Next Cash & Carry Store.

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The massive cyber attack that hit government agencies and Microsoft, explained: CNBC After Hours
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CNBCTelevision
6,559 Views · 1 year ago

CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, CNBC's Eamon Javers walks through the suspected Russian cyber attack that breached the networks of federal agencies and major corporations. Plus, CNBC.com's Lauren Feiner breaks down the flurry of antitrust litigation facing Google.

PayPal CEO on why the company is getting into cryptocurrency
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CNBCTelevision
4,479 Views · 1 year ago

PayPal is emerging as a big player and big buy on the Bitcoin market. The payment company is offering clients the ability to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, with PayPal's product launching a couple of weeks ago. The company is essentially buying Bitcoin and then selling it to its customers. PayPal CEO Dan Schulman joins "Squawk Box" to discuss. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: https://cnb.cx/2NGeIvi Fintech companies are helping fuel demand for bitcoin as they open the floodgates for millions of people to trade it.By one firm’s analysis, PayPal and Square clients have been buying the majority of the new bitcoin supply entering the market each day. Hedge Fund Pantera Capital estimates that Square clients have accounted for 40% of bitcoin that enters the market in the two years since the product launched.PayPal may be responsible for even more demand since launching just a few weeks ago. The payment company partnered with crypto firm Paxos for custody and trading. Volume on Paxos’ exchange, itBit, had been consistently in the same range since September. But as PayPal went live recently, volumes on the exchange more than tripled, according to data from CoinGecko.Pantera estimated that within three weeks, PayPal clients were already buying roughly 70% of the new supply of bitcoin.“It’s having a significant increase on price,” said Dan Morehead, founder and chief investment officer of Pantera Capital and former CFO at Tiger Management. “You bring on two corporates that are already buying all of the newly issued bitcoins — supply and demand says the price has to go up.”Between 800 and 900 bitcoin -- worth about $15 million at Monday’s price --- are added to the market on a daily basis, according to crypto data firm Messari. Only 21 million bitcoin can eventually be mined, which advocates say gives it the same scarcity value as assets like gold. Its limited supply is one reason some investors are approaching it as an inflation hedge and an alternative to the weakening U.S. dollar.While fintechs may be taking up some of that fixed supply, Brian Kelly, founder and CEO of BKCM, said the larger fintech effect is about new demand. Square and PayPal are making it easier for first-time traders to buy through a mainstream app.“It’s now easier to buy and transact with, and it’s opening up new demand by taking down a barrier to entry,” Kelly said.Analysts also point to the confidence high-profile money managers have brought to the asset class in recent months. Hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones called it “the best inflation hedge,” while Stanley Druckenmiller and Bill Miller have told CNBC they were long bitcoin.The cryptocurrency first climbed near the $20,000 mark around Christmas three years ago. It crashed soon after, and had not recovered to the $18,000 level until recent weeks. The cryptocurrency is up 260% since its March low and in the past month alone has climbed up 40%. On Tuesday morning, it topped $19,000.Still, some are skeptical that bitcoin is a viable “replacement” for gold. Peter Boockvar, chief investment officer for Bleakley Advisory, called the idea that a cryptocurrency was in the process of replacing one of the world’s oldest safe-haven assets “absolute nonsense.”“Something with a 10+ yr history is not replacing something with a 5,000 year track record,” Boockvar said in a note to clients Monday. “It can certainly complement it, but not replace it and I believe it will be that complement that has traction.”

Nigeria’s security forces “shoot dead at least 12 civilians” as protests grow - BBC News
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BBCNews
7,844 Views · 1 year ago

There have been international calls for an end to violence in Nigeria after widespread reports of the killing of civilians.

The human rights group Amnesty International says it has received credible and disturbing evidence that Nigerian security forces shot and killed at least 12 people taking part in a peaceful protest in the country's largest city, Lagos.

There have been weeks of demonstrations against police brutality, with protesters accusing the now-disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad - or SARS - of torture.

Nigeria's president has appealed for calm and an indefinite curfew has been imposed on several regions including Lagos.

Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting from Mayeni Jones in Lagos.

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