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Fifty-eight people have been killed in attacks in a restive province of eastern DR Congo, local officials said on Thursday, blaming a notorious militia. Large numbers of the population have fled following the attacks in Irumu, a territory in...
Three months of pounding rain in Niger have left 65 people dead and affected nearly 330, 000, while several areas of the capital Niamey remain under water , the government said. The ministry of humanitarian action and disaster management...
A Sudan court on Tuesday began the trial of ousted autocrat Omar al-Bashir for leading a military coup that brought him to power 31 years ago. Al-Bashir and 26 other defendants gave brief introductory statements at the Supreme Court in the capital, Khartoum.
Following a report by the minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, that Nigeria will no longer tolerate the incessant harassment of its citizens in Ghana and the progressive acts of hostility towards the country by Ghanaian authorities, the country has on Sunday condemned the allegations...
President Muhammadu Buhari said Wednesday at State House, Abuja, that the priority in Republic of Mali now should be securing the country, which is largely occupied by terrorists. The President spoke as he received briefings from ECOWAS Special Envoy to the West African...
Two men have been arrested while engaging in a homosexual act in Angwete Village in Kakamega Town, Kenya on Friday morning,Crimefacts learnt . Nyumbi Kumi Initiative elder, Reuben Otiende disclosed that they had suspected that Wanyes alias Gili was a homosexual after he recently “committed the...
Nigerian traders operating in Ghana , on Wednesday, visited the Foreign Affairs Ministry in Abuja to protest the locking up of their shops in Ghana . The protesters , who carried placards with various inscriptions of their grievances, held the protest peacefully under the watch of...
Nigerians living in Sokoto state have been abandoned by the Nigerian military in a wave of violent attacks by bandits and terrorists. Premium Times reports that the Senator representing Sokoto East, Ibrahim Gobir maintains that residents of the State now rely on the...
.By Muhammed Dahiru Lawal AREWA AGENDA – Ravaged by Boko Haram Insurgency for over a decade and a rising case of banditary, kidnappings and wanton attacks across its geographic spread, Nigeria’s North risks the possibility of being a ‘red zone’. With...
.Affected personnel to face sanctions The Presidency has condemned the unprofessional conduct of some security personnel charged with the enforcement of the border closure policy of the Federal Government. This was contained in a statement by the presidential spokesperson, Mr. Femi Adesina while...