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240 Palestinians Injured in Israeli Attacks in Gaza.

240 Palestinians Injured in Israeli Attacks in Gaza.

Ashraf al-Qedra, the spokesman of Gaza Health Ministry, reported that Israeli forces attacked Palestinians on Friday. The wounded include three medics and a journalist. The spokesman added that 82 of the injured were transferred to hospital. A 10-year-old boy and a female medic, Shorouk Abu Mesameh, were in critical condition, Press TV reported. Tensions have [&hellip

Libya closes Tripoli’s only airport after rockets fired.

Libya closes Tripoli’s only airport after rockets fired.

Clashes in Libya’s capital of Tripoli have caused a 48-hour closure of Mitiga International airport, the city’s only operational airport. A spokesman for the state airline Libyan Airlines said authorities closed the airport on Friday after some rockets were fired in its direction. Flights were diverted to Misrata airport, which lies 190 kilometers (120 miles) [&hellip

Police Speak Over Civilian Militias Attacking Dar Man.

Police Speak Over Civilian Militias Attacking Dar Man.

Few hours after a video went viral on social media showing a person, purported to be a civilian militia, violently beating a man, the Kinondoni Regional Police Commander Murilo Jumanne has spoken. At a press conference, Commander Murilo confirmed that incident happened in Bunju area where the victim identified as Robson Orotho was beaten by [&hellip

Premier Majaliwa Leaves For Beijing To Attend China-Africa Summit.

Premier Majaliwa Leaves For Beijing To Attend China-Africa Summit.

Prime Minister (PM), Kassim Majaliwa is expected to meet and hold talks with several company heads during his visit to China, where he will be attending a two-day summit on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) aimed at building a stronger community with a shared future between the continent and the country. The summit is scheduled for next [&hellip

Mnangagwa Forms Commission Of Inquiry, Picks Mwamunyange As Member.

Mnangagwa Forms Commission Of Inquiry, Picks Mwamunyange As Member.

Zimbabwean President Emerson Mnangagwa has appointed a seven-person commission of inquiry to probe post-election violence that rocked Harare on August 1, 2018. The South African President Kgalema Motlanhte headed commission members including former Tanzania People’s Defence Force (TPDF) Chief of Defence Forces General (Rtd) Davis Mwamunyange and other eminent persons from within and outside Zimbabwe. [&hellip

I’m a revolutionary, not a criminal, Congo’s ‘Terminator’ tells ICC.

I’m a revolutionary, not a criminal, Congo’s ‘Terminator’ tells ICC.

A notorious Congolese warlord known as the “Terminator” for his alleged brutality has protested his innocence at the close of his trial at the international criminal court, telling judges: “I am a revolutionary, not a criminal.” Bosco Ntaganda is charged with 13 counts of war crimes and six of crimes against humanity, all allegedly committed [&hellip

Magufuli Tells Off Makonda … Orders Payment of All Container Taxes, Condemns Selfish Public Leaders.

Magufuli Tells Off Makonda … Orders Payment of All Container Taxes, Condemns Selfish Public Leaders.

President John Magufuli yesterday closed the 20-container tax dispute at the Dar es Salaam Port, ordering payment of all the requisite taxes and duties as the law demands. He reminded public leaders to work diligently and legally, warning individuals bent on using their positions to further personal interests. Dr Magufuli, addressing public leaders and civil [&hellip

South Sudan rebels sign peace deal.

South Sudan rebels sign peace deal.

South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar on Thursday signed a peace agreement with the government aimed at ending a brutal five-year civil war. Machar had earlier this week hesitated to agree to the deal reached earlier this month with his arch-rival, President Salva Kiir, who already signed it. Read more: South Sudan’s peace agreement: Good [&hellip

41 killed in violent clashes in Libya’s Tripoli.

41 killed in violent clashes in Libya’s Tripoli.

The recent clashes in the Libyan capital of Tripoli have killed 41 people and injured 123 others, the Health Ministry said Thursday. The ministry said in a statement that the death toll of civilians and soldiers is likely to rise as it “was only recorded by the field hospital in southern Tripoli.” Southern Tripoli has [&hellip

Amnesty calls on Nigeria to account for missing Shias.

Amnesty calls on Nigeria to account for missing Shias.

Amnesty International has accused Nigeria’s government of carrying out unlawful arrests and practicing “enforced disappearance,” calling on Abuja to clarify the fate of hundreds of Shia activists taken into custody. In a statement on Thursday, the international rights organization said the fate of at least 600 members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) has [&hellip