Nigerian Newspapers Today Sunday 25th September 2022

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Teenager Kuol makes debut as Australia win

    Teenager Garang Kuol, who is being chased by Newcastle United, made his international debut on Sunday in Australia’s 2-0 away win over New Zealand in their final World Cup warm-up. A Mitchell Duke header and Jason Cummings’ penalty in the second half at Auckland’s Eden Park ensured Australia head to the World Cup […]

Evacuations in Philippines as major typhoon nears

  Authorities in the Philippines have started evacuating people from coastal areas as a major typhoon approaches. Category 3 Typhoon Noru is travelling at speeds of 195 km/h (120 mph) as it heads towards Luzon, the country’s main island, after what forecasters called an “explosive intensification”. The storm could cause landslides, flash flooding and dangerous […]

Ukraine War: Hundreds arrested as Russian draft protests continue

  Hundreds of people have been arrested by authorities as protests against Russia’s new “partial mobilisation” continue across the country, an independent rights group has said. OVD-Info said 724 people were detained across 32 different cities on Saturday. Widespread demonstrations have broken out since President Vladimir Putin announced plans to draft 300,000 men to fight […]

Iran to ‘deal decisively’ with mounting protests

  Iran’s president has vowed to take action against protesters after more than a week of anti-government demonstrations. President Ebrahim Raisi pledged to “deal decisively” with the protests, which have now spread to most of Iran’s 31 provinces, reports the BBC. Officials say some 35 people have been killed since protests broke out over the […]

‘Terrifying’ storm Fiona lashes Canadian coast

  Hundreds of thousands of people have been left without power, after Storm Fiona hit Canada’s coastline. Fiona was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm on Friday, reports the BBC. But parts of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick still experienced torrential rain and winds of up to 160km/h (99mph), with […]

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