Terrorism & Attacks

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The Emirates Group on Thursday announced its 31st consecutive year of profit and steady business expansion. In its 2018-19 Annual Report, the Emirates Group posted a profit of AED 2.3 billion (US$ 631 million) for the financial year ended 31 March 2019, down 44% from last year. The Group’s revenue reached AED 109.3 billion (US$ […]

Ethiopia is set to have a special state-of-the-art boarding school for visually impaired persons in the capital Addis Ababa, the state-affiliated FBC reported in Monday. The facility whose foundation stone was laid in the capital is part of the educational drive being undertaken by first lady Zinash Tayachew. The FBC report said that the facility was largely benefiting from […]

*Equatorial Guinea’s Minister of Presidential Security and half-brother of the Head of State, Antonio Mba Nguema, died, Monday in South Africa after a long illness, Equatorial Guinea’s presidency announced on Tuesday. “In the morning, on May 6, the Captain General of the Armed Forces and Minister of State for Presidential Security, Antonio Mba Nguema Mikué, […]

The Namibian government has declared a national state of emergency with respect to a drought that has hit several areas in the southern African nation. A statement from the presidency attributed to the president Hage Geingob said: “the State of Emergency exists on account of the natural disaster of drought in all regions of the […]

Thousands of people are still living in tents after the devastating Cyclone Kenneth swept through Ibo Island in northern Mozambique. The cyclone that hit the region on April 25 has already killed 41 people and damaged tens of thousands of homes, including hospitals. “My house was damaged by the cyclone. The bed, mattress and plates […]

South Africa is struggling with a weak economy and high unemployment. And once again, Xenophobia has raised its ugly head as locals scramble for jobs and services. Osahon Aire has been living in South Africa since 2006. Like most other foreign nationals, Aire came to Johannesburg to make a living. “When we actually took off […]

Sudanese mediators facilitating talks between the army rulers and protest leaders have proposed the country have two transition councils, with one led by generals overseeing security, a protest leader said Sunday. The mediators’ apparent proposal comes as talks over forming an overall governing council remain deadlocked, with the existing military council and protest leaders offering […]

Still in line with the recently celebrated World Press Freedom Day, we meet Fatima Ibrahim. She is the outspoken radio host at the Dandal Kura station in Borno State, north-eastern Nigeria. Fatima discusses human rights, land laws and also, the radical Islamic views of militant group Boko Haram in local languages and dialects. The northeast […]

Nigerians are celebrating the memory of a former president, Umaru Musah Yar’Adua, who died in office nine years ago today. The one-time Katsina State governor is revered as by far the best leader of Africa’s most populous nation since the return to multi-party democracy in 1999. He was the second civilian president under Nigeria’s current […]

Nine soldiers were killed on Saturday in an attack claimed by Islamic State on a training camp belonging to the eastern Libyan forces of Khalifa Haftar, hospital authorities said. The attack took place in the city of Sebha, located in part of the oil-producing south that is targeted by armed groups looking to exploit a […]


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