Why the Child’s Rights Act still doesn’t apply throughout Nigeria

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Nigeria adopted the Child’s Rights Act in 2003, giving legal consent to both the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child. The country’s constitution states that for an international law to take effect, Nigeria’s legislature must create a national version.

AETOS CAPITAL GROUP Partners with SYDNEY FC

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AETOS CAPITAL GROUP Partners with SYDNEY FC’S AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2018 CAMPAIGN On December 18, AETOS Capital Group announced the official signing of the Sydney Football Club (Sydney Football Club), becoming the sole designated partner...

Your Complete Guide to Open an Islamic Bank Account in UAE | Al Bawaba

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The bank account is probably one of the universal signs of adulthood. In the modern age, it’s impossible to do your job, get paid, and manage your finances without a bank account. The policies, rules, and services available to clients depend from one bank to another or from one country to another. These differences are…

S&P Futures Rise, Treasuries Dip Amid Trump Tweets: Markets Wrap

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The federal judge targeted by an anti-feminist lawyer has spoken of the moment she watched her son die in the doorway of her family home. As her husband keeled over with a gunshot wound, US District Judge Esther Salas got to the floor next to her 20-year-old son, Daniel Anderl, when she lifted his shirt…

Hostages Sophie Pétronin and Soumaïla Cissé freed in Mali prisoner swap

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Sophie Pétronin, a 75-year old charity worker and the last French hostage in the world has been freed alongside ex-Malian opposition leader and two Italian hostages. Crowds gathered to welcome them on Thursday night in the Mali capital Bamako.

Is Islamic banking Australia’s ‘ethical alternative’ to the big four?

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Islamic banking has been a growing feature of international finance for many years and now efforts are underway to introduce it in Australia. A group of Muslim-Australians and industry veterans are behind efforts to establish the country's first Islamic bank as an "ethical alternative" to conventional banking.

Lidl is giving free Halloween doughnuts to its loyalty scheme members and they look...

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LIDL is giving out Halloween-themed free doughnuts through its new loyalty scheme app - here’s how to get one. The freebie is for one Halloween themed ring doughnut, which is coated in an orange glaze and topped with chocolate triangles.

Can Trump’s ‘transactional’ diplomacy get more wins in the Middle East?

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A growing sense in the Middle East that Israel ties can be a gamechanger for states that are in need of more clout in Washington, or...

Clarks will swap new kids shoes for a FREE pair – here’s how it...

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HIGH street shoe brand Clarks has said they will allow parents to swap out shoes their kids have outgrown for free. Here's what you need to know about the announcement by the company. Why are Clarks doing this - and how will the scheme work?

Clarks to swap new children’s shoes for free if they grow out of them...

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Yahoo Lifestyle is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.  Clarks shoe shop has announced it will replace children’s shoes for free between now and February 2021 if they grow out…