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Cameroon 2-1  Egypt.

Cameroon 2-1 Egypt.

Substitute Vincent Aboubakar swept in the winner two minutes from time, flicking the ball over defender Ali Gabr and thumping it home. Nicolas Nkoulou had earlier equalised for Cameroon, rising highest to power in a header on the hour mark. The equaliser cancelled out Mohamed Elneny’s opener on 22 minutes with a beautifully taken near-post [&hellip

​CCM Plans Greater Innovation.

​CCM Plans Greater Innovation.

Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) celebrated its 40th anniversary since its establishment in Dodoma yesterday, committing to bank its efforts on innovation, democracy as well as getting the party back to the people. Established on February 5, 1977, Africa’s oldest political party formed after a ‘marriage’ between Tanganyika African National Union (TANU) and Afro-Shirazi Party (ASP), [&hellip

Media Services Act 2016 Now ‘Ready For Use.

Media Services Act 2016 Now ‘Ready For Use.

Regulations of the Media Services Act 2016 are now ready for application, putting diploma as minimum education qualification for journalists, the government announced here yesterday. The regulations came out after the law came into effect in December, last year, with stakeholders engaged in the debate on the level of education to be applied as qualification [&hellip

Tanzanian woman held in Delhi over 11bn/- ‘fine quality’ cocaine haul.

Tanzanian woman held in Delhi over 11bn/- ‘fine quality’ cocaine haul.

A Tanzania woman identified as Pamela David Kiritta (41) is among two people who were nabbed last Friday in India with four kilogrammes of ‘fine quality Colombian cocaine,’ with a street value of US 500,000 dollars (about 11bn/-), ac-cording to media reports from New Delhi. Ms Kiritta was arrested by India’s Narcot-ics Control Bureau (NCB) [&hellip

Iraqi troops uncover tunnels, munitions at former Daesh camp in Mosul

Iraqi troops uncover tunnels, munitions at former Daesh camp in Mosul

Iraqi army soldiers have discovered a network of tunnels as well as ammunition at a former training ground of Daesh Takfiri militants and closed military area on the eastern bank of the Tigris River as government forces and allies are preparing for a new stage of operations in the city of Mosul. Iraqi army commander, [&hellip

Trump compared with Daesh on German magazine’s cover

Trump compared with Daesh on German magazine’s cover

A leading German weekly magazine has published a striking cartoon of US President Donald Trump on its cover, portraying him as a terrorist, who beheaded the Statue of Liberty while shouting “America First.” On the cover of its Friday edition, Der Spiegel depicted the cartoon figure of Trump with a bloodied knife in one hand [&hellip

Over a dozen al-Qaeda terrorists slain by tribesmen in southern Yemen

Over a dozen al-Qaeda terrorists slain by tribesmen in southern Yemen

Yemeni tribesmen have killed more than a dozen members of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in the southern province of Abyan after the extremists had to withdraw in the face of fierce skirmishes there. An unnamed security official said the terrorists stormed the town of Lawdar, and sought to take control of public buildings. [&hellip

Iran dismisses UAE claims on interference in Arab countries’ affairs

Iran dismisses UAE claims on interference in Arab countries’ affairs

Iran has dismissed as groundless the recent claims made by the Emirati minister of state for foreign affairs about Tehran’s interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries. The Emirati official had better express his opinions with more realism and avoid repeating hackneyed and baseless claims, which have no result but the exacerbation of divergence [&hellip

South Sudan opposition accuses Egypt of attacking its positions

South Sudan opposition accuses Egypt of attacking its positions

Egypt’s air force has dropped bombs on the positions of South Sudan’s opposition movement near the northern village of Kaka, the opposition’s armed wing has claimed. In a statement on Saturday, the Sudan People’s Liberation Army-In Opposition, also known as the SPLA-IO, accused the Egyptian air force of dropping “more than nine bombs” on their [&hellip

Israeli forces deliberately killed Palestinian teenager Qusay al-Amour

Israeli forces deliberately killed Palestinian teenager Qusay al-Amour

An international organization working to promote and protect the rights of Palestinian children says Israeli military forces ‘deliberately’ shot dead a 17-year-old Palestinian teenage boy during a protest in the occupied West Bank last month. Defense for Children International Palestine (DCIP) said on Saturday that 17-year-old Qusay al-Amour was killed during violent clashes in the [&hellip