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The fire service has said rescuers do not expect to find anyone else alive in the west London block of flats which was engulfed by a massive fire.

The Senate has called on the executive to transmit to it the recommendations of the 2014 National Conference for consideration in order to resolve agitations in different sections of the country.

Nigeria yesterday joined the international community to mark the World Blood Donor Day.

June 14 every year is observed globally as World Blood Donor Day to raise awareness on the need for safe blood, blood products and to thank blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood.

The World Health Organisation said that this year’s observance centers on how people can assist in blood donation for emergency situations.

In line with that, WE FM’s Jela’s Clinic conducted a blood drive at the premises of the radio station in Maitama. The coordinator of the National Blood Transfusion Service, Abuja base, Dr Omoh Izendonwe confrimed that there are lots of benefits from blood donation apart from the psychological feeling of saving lives.

The slogan for this year’s World Blood Donor Day is - What Can You Do? Give Blood. Give Now. Give Often.

The International Criminal Court, ICC has called for the arrest and surrender of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, who was released by a militia in Libya last week after six years in jail.

The Nigeria Air Force, NAF has restated its determination to sustain regular training of its personnel so as to ensure a robust and efficient service delivery, especially with the current security challenges in the country.

The National President of the Nigeria Union of Teachers NUT, Michael Alogba, has called for the setting up of a  teachers’ tribunal to try teachers against unprofessional practices.

Today is World Blood Donor Day June 14 every year is observed globally as World Blood Donor Day to emphasize the importance of blood to life as well as encourage safe blood donation.

The Code of Conduct Tribunal sitting in Abuja has quashed the 16-count charge brought against the Senate President, Bukola Saraki by the Federal Government.

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