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800-year-old coffin damage in UK museum

An 800-year-old stone coffin was damaged earlier this month, after visitors placed a child inside the sarcophagus for an apparent photo op, the Southend Echo reported.

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A handshake of love from Tokyo to Abuja

In a rare display of love and concern for the poor, Japanese Government through its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects, GGP, establishes two skills centres in Abuja communities of Sabo Gida in Bwari Area Council and Durumi, near Asokoro in Abuja Municipal Area Council in a bid to empower the natives and give them a new lease of life. This is indeed, a warm handshake of love from Tokyo to Abuja, as Joseph Erunke reports.

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Snakes: How 3 African countries export pythons with Nigeria’s quota – UNIUYO Don

UYO—AN expert in snake management and Associate Professor, Department of Forestry and Natural Environment Management, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Edem Archebong Eniang, has raised the alarm, that Ghana, Togo and Republic of Benin, had appropriated Nigeria’s annual export quota of 2000 baby-pythons to Europe, causing the country a huge loss in foreign revenue.

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