• Italy cautions Nigerian girls against trafficking

    13/Jun/2016 // 529 Viewers


    The Italian Ambassador to Nigeria, Amb. Fulvio Rustico, on Monday urged young Nigerians to be conscious of the negative consequences of allowing themselves to be lured into drug trafficking.

    Rustico told the News newsmen In Lagos that the Nigerian and Italian governments were working hard to discourage and resist all forms of trafficking between their two countries.

    The Envoy said that it was also imperative for Italians and Nigerians to join both governments in fighting against trafficking of girls and women.”As we all know, fighting against trafficking in persons is very
    complicated, but,i think that the Nigerian and Italian governments are willing to do more to end these inhumane acts.

    “And it is always the young innocent girls who allow themselves to be trafficked knowingly or unknowingly that are made to suffer from these criminal acts.

    “These young Nigerian girls should know that allowing themselves to be trafficked would not lead them to paradise, but regrettable experiences.
    “I think it should be a common interest for us all to work together and save these young girls from these terrible experiences,’’ he said.

    According to him, every Nigerians and Italians need to urgently brace up to fighting against trafficking of girls and other related offences.

    Rustico, who restated both governments’ commitment to fighting trafficking, also disclosed the readiness of government institutions to cooperate in ending the criminal acts.

    “There are ongoing different areas of cooperation between our institutions in fighting and ending trafficking in persons from Nigeria to Italy.

    “Nigeria, therefore, needs to intensify awareness creation in these young girls, on the dangers in allowing themselves to be trafficked to Italy or other countries,” he added.

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  • Breaking! Danger looms as PUTIN orders Russians to return home, set to declare World War 111, American military bosses on high alert

    13/Oct/2016 // 2574 Viewers


    RUSSIA is ordering all of its officials to fly home any relatives living abroad amid rising tensions over the prospect of a new world war, it’s been claimed.

    Politicians and high-ranking figures are said to have received a high-level warning from tough guy president Vladimir Putin, according to local media.

    Politicians and high-ranking figures are said to have received a high-level warning from tough guy president Vladimir Putin, according to local media.

    Workers were reportedly told to pull their children out of school immediately, reports the Daily Star.

    The top level order applies to administration staff, regional administrators, lawmakers of all levels and employees of public corporations.

    Those that do not obey the edict will find the future employment prospects in tatters.

    The reason for the urgent recall is unclear but one top analyst said it could be a hint war is on its way.

    Russian political analyst Stanislav Belkovsky said: “This is all part of the package of measures to prepare elites to some ‘big war’.”

    Russia recently held defence drills for 40 million citizens in apparent preparation for an all-out nuclear war.

    “And earlier this month, Putin’s ministers announced they had built bunkers capable of housing Moscow’s 14 million people.

    Putin cancelled a scheduled visit to Paris next week after French president François Hollande accused the Kremlin of war crimes in Syria.
    Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: “The President has made a decision to cancel this visit.”

    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has called on protesters to demonstrate outside the Russian embassy over the country’s brutal bombing of Aleppo.

    Relations between Russia and the US are at their lowest since the Cold War and have soured in recent days after Washington pulled the plug on Syria talks and accused Russia of hacking attacks.

    American military bosses taking part in a ‘future-of-the-Army’ panel in Washington recently warned that World War III would be ‘extremely lethal and fast.’

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  • Maybe I'll remarry one day - Vladimir Putin

    14/Apr/2016 // 504 Viewers

                    Putin & Alina in a secret affair?


    PARIS, APRIL 14, 2016. (DGW) - RUSSIAN  strongman, Vladimir Putin  whose marriage crashed about three years ago is not showing signs or readiness of remarrying anytime soon citing wobbling foreign exchange rate and dwindling oil prices.

    Putin made this disclosure on Thursday  during a phone-in while responding to questions about Russia's next first lady. The Russian president did not say emphatically when this would be but hinted that 'maybe' he will remarry one day.

    Recall Putin and his former wife Lyudmila stunned the world by announcing their divorce on television in 2013, a marriage of 30 years  from which two daughters emerged after which the former Russian first lady reportedly remarried a 37-year-old man. They had to unavoidably separate after reports of Putin's secret affair with former Olympic gymnast Alina Kabayeva aged 32.

    In the annual televised call-in show, one of Putin's  female supporter asked when he would, in fact , introduce the country's next first lady to Russians, a question which he laughed off saying ''Maybe one day I will be able to satisfy your curiosity''





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  • Russian Navy chased off Turk vessel impeding Russian drill platform transit in Black Sea

    14/Dec/2015 // 684 Viewers


    A Russian missile cruiser and a coast guard powerboat had to intervene after a merchant vessel flying the Turkish flag hampered a Russian convoy transporting two drill platforms to a new location in Russian territorial waters.
    The decision to relocate them closer to Crimea was caused by the complicated international situation, according to a press release from the Russian Chernomorneftegaz state company that owns the platforms

    While the two rigs were being moved to their new location, a vessel under the Turkish flag crossed the convoy’s path.

    “Acting in violation of regulations for preventing collisions and against the generally accepted conventions of navigation, the Turkish vessel failed to get out of the way of the convoy. It approached crossways and attempted to stop its course, thus creating potential for a collision,” Chernomorneftegaz said in a statement, stressing that the captain of the Turkish vessel operated radio silence despite requests to respond.

    The incident was “resolved” when a powerboat from the Russian coast guard and a missile cruiser came to the aid of the Russian convoy and chased the Turkish vessel off.

    The company says the B-312 and B-319 rigs are worth 25 billion rubles (about US$357mn). Both rigs have reportedly being safely brought to Russian territorial waters.

    It is the second recent sea incident involving the Russian Navy and Turkish vessels.


    Source: RT 


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  • Czech Republic shows magnanimity, resettles 153 Iraqi Christians

    14/Dec/2015 // 295 Viewers


    PARIS, DECEMBER 14, 2015: Reports reaching our news desk say the Czech Republic has shown its readiness to grant asylum to about 153 Iraqi Christians who run the risk of being hit by some extremist groups in the country, DailyGlobeWatch has been reliably told.

    This move is occasioned by the current conflict in the country where a good number of Christians have been killed recently by extremist groups which informed their interest and desire to approach the Czech government for protection. The Iraqis are expected to arrive in the country between January and April, DailyGlobeWatch understands.

    Accepting the request, the Czech authorities while extending magnanimity to the group said they will enlist the help of other NGOs and religious organizations in the country to help resettle them in the country and could stay even after the conflict is over. 


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  • Paris attacks: 120 feared dead.

    14/Nov/2015 // 355 Viewers

    Tragedy struck the French capital of Paris at 22:00 hours last night in six locations by Islamist militants killing as many as 120 people and injuring  about 200. This attack, reports say, has been the deadliest attack on French soil since the end of WW11.

    In a cross-fire shooting, eight of the militants were killed by police, seven of them had on suicide vests. Meanwhile, President Francois Hollande has declared a state of emergency throughout the country and ordered immediate reinstatement of checks and controls in all French frontiers.

    Sources told DailyGlobeWatch, this has become necessary to track down other fleeing militants who could still be on the loose. 

    See pix below at scenes of attack:P

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    197 special emergency number has been set up by police 

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  • Paris Attacks: President Francois Hollande speaks in a televised address

    14/Nov/2015 // 499 Viewers

    President Francois Hollande of France has accused the  Islamic State group of the attacks in six different locations in Paris last night in a  televised broadcast.

    Said President Hollande,  ''this is an act of war committed by a terrorist army'' and added that the wicked act ''against France, against values that we defend everywhere in the world, against what we are: A free country that means something to the whole planet''

    Speaking further the president said ''France will triumph over barbarism, will act by all means anywhere, inside or outside the country'' to forestall future attacks.


    Meanwhile, a 3-day national mourning has been declared amid the state of emergency across the country. France, he added, will reinstate border checks and controls.  An extraordinary meeting to address the parliament is billed for Monday next week.


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  • Paris Attacks: Death toll rises!

    14/Nov/2015 // 639 Viewers

    Against  earlier reports of 120 people that were killed in last night shootings and bombings across Paris, reports reaching us say the death toll has climbed to 128, 200 injured and 80  mortally wounded excluding the 8 attackers in explosive belts.

    This is the worst and deadliest terrorist attacks ever unleashed on the French capital in a series of coordinated shootings and, in fact the bloodiest attacks in the country.

    We will bring you more reports of this attack on civilization.



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  • Paris Attacks: Eiffel Tower closed till further notice

    14/Nov/2015 // 390 Viewers

    The Eiffel tower  is to remain closed till further notice following  the devastating terrorist attacks, sources disclosed to DailyGlobeWatch this afternoon in Paris.

    The iconic landmark is a tourist destination that attracts no fewer than 20,000 visitors daily from all over the world. The death toll from last night attacks is still rising and about 128 people have been reported dead while 200 were injured and 80 mortally wounded.



    The company decided to close the monument -- normally visited by up to 20,000 people a day -- after Friday's attacks which claimed at least 128 lives, a spokeswoman told AFP. It will remain closed "until further notice," she added.

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  • Breaking News: 5 feared dead as French high-speed train derails

    14/Nov/2015 // 379 Viewers

    Reports reaching DailyGlobeWatch say a Paris-Brussels bound high-speed TGV train has derailed somewhere between Paris and Strasbourg  killing about 5 passengers on board and leaving seven wounded. 

    The train our reporter was told caught fire and the locomotive veered off the rail track into the stream nearby.

    No terrorist attack has been linked with  this mishap  at the time of this report. We will bring you the details of this news story shortly.

    The train derailed near the city of Strasbourg

    Pix of derailed train with the light locomotive plunging headlong into the stream nearby:

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