Lagos - the best personalized free web-based Email en en Lagos Nigeria wants Shell to open major pipeline but attack feared JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Nigeria wants Royal Dutch Shell to reopen one of its main pipelines but the oil multinational is resisting, analysts say, for fear it could once again be bombed by militants. The Trans Forcados Pipeline, the main feed to the 400,000-barrel-a-day Forcados export terminal, has been shut for all but three weeks of the past year, Lagos-based SBM Intelligence ... Sat, 04 Mar 2017 11:37:00 GMT 2017-03-04T11:37:00Z Hundreds of Nigerians protest corruption; Buhari ill abroad LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Hundreds of Nigerians marched Monday to protest poverty and corruption as President Muhammadu Buhari's prolonged absence abroad for medical tests raises political and economic tensions. "Nigerians are frustrated and tired with this absentee government," activist Omoyele Sowore said as he marched in Lagos, Nigeria's largest city. Prot... Mon, 06 Feb 2017 15:44:00 GMT 2017-02-06T15:44:00Z Taiwan protests Nigeria's demand to move trade mission LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Nigeria has demanded that Taiwan relocate its trade office following a visit by China's foreign minister and a promise of $40 billion in investment. Taiwan quickly protested, calling China's actions "crude." During a visit by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Wednesday, Nigeria publicly reiterated its support for Beijing's "One Chi... Thu, 12 Jan 2017 14:33:00 GMT 2017-01-12T14:33:00Z Omogbo leads Rams year after death of parents in house fire FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — Colorado State senior Emmanuel Omogbo's right basketball shoe is a dedication to his parents, their names written in black marker with "RIP" alongside. The left one, a tribute to his niece and nephew. On both, the date — "1-19-2016." It's approaching a year since a house fire back in Maryland claimed the lives of his parents, Sa... Fri, 23 Dec 2016 11:07:00 GMT 2016-12-23T11:07:00Z Hospital director: 160 dead in collapsed Nigerian church LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Metal girders and the roof of a crowded church collapsed onto worshippers in southern Nigeria, killing at least 160 people with the toll likely to rise, a hospital director said Sunday. Mortuaries in the city of Uyo are overflowing from Saturday's tragedy, medical director Etete Peters of the University of Uyo Teaching Hospital told ... Sun, 11 Dec 2016 12:01:00 GMT 2016-12-11T12:01:00Z