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Femi Otedola Leaves Forte Oil As Chairman

Months after news first emerged that billionaire Femi Otedola was divesting his 75percent direct and indirect shareholding in Forte Oil’s downstream business with the transaction expected to close in the first quarter of 2019 subject to the satisfaction of various conditions and receipt of applicable regulatory approval, The Capital can …

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James Charles ends monthlong hiatus following Tati Westbrook controversy: ‘It’s been a very, very crazy month’

James Charles is back at work. After announcing a hiatus amid the very public controversy between himself and former mentor Tati Westbrook, the 20-year-old beauty blogger returned on Tuesday with a brand new YouTube post.   The video, called “Hi Sisters,” contained a Pride-themed makeup tutorial, although Charles took a moment at the top …

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Dutch probe to charge 4 suspects with murder in 2014 shootdown of Malaysian Flight MH17 over Ukraine

After a five-year probe, Dutch-led investigators said Wednesday that they will charge four suspects – including three Russians and a Ukrainian –  with murder in the shootdown of  Malaysian Flight MH17 over rebel-held eastern Ukraine, which killed 298 people. The Boeing 777 was flying over territory held by pro-Russia separatists in July 2014 when …

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Amazon, Pentagon accused of swampy dealings over $10B contract

Amazon is poised to receive a lucrative government contract with the Pentagon, but a competitor is arguing it’s nothing more than a prime example of D.C. swamp politics. A legal battle waged by Oracle centers on the Defense Department’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI), which aims to award a $10 billion contract for …

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Rocket hits ExxonMobil, other oil firms in Iraq

Three people were reported wounded in the blast near the southern city of Basra.  A rocket landed at a residential and operations headquarters of several global major oil companies, including U.S. giant ExxonMobil, near Iraq’s southern city of Basra early on Wednesday, wounding three Iraqi workers, police said. There was …

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Take me back to that time, Where the sky was bright and the green grass wet. Take me back to that time, Where at school gate, crying school children are met. Take me back to that time, Where flowers blossom yellow, red and green along the road. Take me back …

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