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Mexico suffered an agonising exit from the World Cup on goal difference on Wednesday despite beating Saudi Arabia 2-1 in a dramatic finale to Group C. Second-half goals from Henry Martin and Luis Chavez secured victory for Mexico at Lusail Stadium but they finished third behind Poland after Salem Al-Dawsari’s late strike. Mexico desperately pushed for a third goal in an effort to improve their goal difference as they faced elimination on FIFA fair play rules but they fell short.Mexico’s midfielder #08 Carlos Rodriguez (L) and Mexico’s midfielder #04 Edson Alvarez (R) react after the Qatar 2022 World Cup Group…

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*As wife, Titi, assures former VP will defeat Boko Haram Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, has promised to provide enough funds for education, praying that Nigerians will never witness another APC government beyond 2023. Atiku, who said the APC brought untold hardship on Nigerians, made this known at the party’s […] The post Nigerians will never witness APC beyond 2023, says Atiku appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Source link

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Spanish authorities said Wednesday they had seized 5.6 tonnes of cocaine worth over 340 million euros in the port of Valencia, the nation’s biggest haul of the drug in four years. The post Spain seizes 5.6 tonnes of cocaine appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Source link

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The Police Command in Enugu State has arrested 17 criminal suspects for offences ranging from conspiracy, murder, armed robbery, truck snatching, and abduction to unlawful possession of a firearm. The Command’s spokesman, DSP Daniel Ndukwe, said in a statement on Tuesday in Enugu that the arrests and subsequent recovery of items were done within a month from Nov. 1 to 27. Ndukwe said that the command recovered two firearms, one live cartridge, three mock guns, a Sino Truck loaded with 789 bags of cement, mobile phones, ATM cards, pieces of wrappers, clothes and other incriminating exhibits. He noted that the…

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The highly contagious H5N1 avian flu virus has killed thousands of pelicans, blue-footed boobies and other seabirds in Peru, according to the National Forestry and Wildlife Service (SERFOR). The current bird flu outbreak began in Canada and spread to the United States, which has seen a record 50 million avian deaths, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Peru first issued a health alert last Thursday after confirming three cases of H5B1 in pelicans, and since then thousands have been found dead in coastal areas. “The latest official report carried out at a national level shows more…

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