The football governing body ordered African champions Senegal and Nigeria to play one match behind closed doors after crowd disorder during last month’s 2022 World Cup play-offs.
At least eight people have died and 23 others injured after the three-storey building collapsed in Ebute-Metta area in the capital city of Lagos.
Global prices of sunflower oil and crude oil have also been rising in the wake of Russia-Ukraine conflict that erupted on February 24.
Authorities bury remains of more than 100 victims killed in a weekend explosion of an illegal oil refinery in southern Imo state in three mass graves.
Over 100 people have been "burnt beyond recognition" due to a deadly explosion at an illegal oil refining depot in Nigeria's Rivers state.
Police are investigating the incident after a suspected "improvised explosive device" detonated in a crowded market in the eastern state of Taraba.
Joint military force from Nigeria, Niger and Cameroon intensifies ground and air offensive in the volatile African region, targeting militant enclaves there, military official says.
Canoe carrying unspecified numbers of people overturns in River Shagari in northwest Sokoto state, drowning 26 people, officials say.
More than 100 people were killed in the latest violence for which there was no immediate claim of responsibility but residents said it was carried out by the herdsmen.
Around two dozen people were filmed sitting in a forest area, including men and women with a group of gunmen standing behind them.
"The military has secured the Kaduna-bound train from Abuja trapped by terrorists," spokesperson for the Kaduna state government says.
A court concludes that the oil giant wasn't involved in execution and corrupting the witnesses in the trial of the Ogoni 9, a group that was opposing the group's exploitation of oil resources.
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