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  NNPC is conducting research operations in the area following crude oil discovery in restive north east.
  Thirteen CSL clubs face a ban from the competition due to outstanding debts.
  Some of the most spectacular pictures entered into the 2017 Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition.
  Obesity causes more than 30,000 deaths and costs the NHS over £6bn a year.
  Hackers gained access to personal data and IBAN numbers but no money has been stolen, it claims.
  Phrases such as 'touch base' and 'punch a puppy' leave colleagues seething, according to a new study
  Security experts say the cybercriminals are likely to create more malware in future.
  Jones will make his long-awaited return to the octagon at UFC 214 on Saturday (29 July).
  Latest UK official economic data greeted with caution by City analysts and business lobby groups.
  In his documentary, Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life, the Ayo singer said he wanted to marry RiRi.
  This seems like a good use of everyone's time.
  Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry on the hunt for a new senior communications officer.
  King Maha Vajiralongkorn turns 65 on 28 July and Thailand's junta has declared it as a public holiday this year.
  CyberKittens has been operating since 2013 and uses several yet simple tactics when targeting victims.
  His joke was in response to a comment he made in a recent interview about 'f*****g racoons'.
  The animal had earlier gored a man during the 'Bulls in the Street' festival in Foios, near Valencia.
  The Dutch-American reality star was diagnosed with chronic neurological Lyme disease in 2012.
  The Dutch-American reality star was diagnosed with chronic neurological Lyme disease in 2012.
  According to Boston Consulting Group, a quarter of all cars sold by 2035 are expected to be driverless.
  Jeffrey Blue sued the Sports Direct founder alleging he had not respected a deal made in a London pub.
  But HR commissioner Gunther Oettingerm warned they could be moved around due to 'conflicts of interest'.
  The Scientific Research Steering Committee is tasked with developing sophisticated weapons like stealth aircraft.
  Manchester City have reportedly spoken to Kylian Mbappe.
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