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Group Urges Prosecution of Nigerian Military Officers

Group Urges Prosecution of Nigerian Military Officers

The group, in a statement endorsed by its director, Mr. Joseph Otteh, said Kaduna State government is prosecuting over 200 persons for the death of one soldier without raising a whimper over 348 residents, belonging to the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) killed in December 2015. “It is extremely disquieting that the Kaduna State government [&hellip

Arkansas police in standoff with gunman who shot 2 cops

Arkansas police in standoff with gunman who shot 2 cops

Police officers in the US state of Arkansas are engaged in a standoff with a gunman who is suspected of shooting two cops. The suspect, identified as a 34-year-old man named Billy Monroe Jones, barricaded himself inside a home in Greenwood after shooting two police officers on Wednesday morning. The victims included Hackett Chief of [&hellip

Afghan forces kill 300 Daesh terrorists in Nangarhar

Afghan forces kill 300 Daesh terrorists in Nangarhar

Afghan forces have killed an estimated 300 members of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group during a recent massive military operation in the country’s troubled east. The terrorists were killed in the large-scale offensive conducted by the Afghan military two weeks ago in the eastern province of Nangarhar. General John Nicholson, a senior NATO commander in [&hellip

Amendment Of Egypt’s Press Law Indefinitely Postponed By Parliament.

Amendment Of Egypt’s Press Law Indefinitely Postponed By Parliament.

Egypt parliament speaker Ali Abdel-Al told MPs Monday that an amendment aimed at granting President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi the right to appoint a new Higher Press Council will be indefinitely postponed. Abdel-Al indicated that “parliament would rather wait until a unified law aimed at regulating the press and the media is revised by the State Council [&hellip

Magufuli Begins Mwanza Tour.

Magufuli Begins Mwanza Tour.

President John Magufuli is expected to begin a short tour of Mwanza Region today where among other items in the programme he is scheduled to inspect various development projects and address the people. Briefing reporters on the visit here yesterday, the Mwanza Regional Commissioner,Mr John Mongela, said the president will be arriving from Geita Region [&hellip

Iran will never compromise on distance from US: Leader

Iran will never compromise on distance from US: Leader

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says Iran will never back down from distancing itself from the United States. “Keeping a distance from the head of the arrogant movement, i.e. the US, is one of the most important definitive principles of the great Founder of the Islamic Republic (the late Imam Khomeini- [&hellip

Saudi targets civilians in Yemen

Saudi targets civilians in Yemen

Press TV has interviewed Naseer al-Omari, an author and political commentator in New York, to discuss Saudi Arabia’s ongoing military aggression against Yemen. A rough transcription of the interview appears below. Press TV: A shocking number of women, children, and civilian men [are] targeted and killed in Yemen by Riyadh. Will these people ever get [&hellip

Decline Of Fishing In Lake Tanganyika ‘Due To Warming’.

Decline Of Fishing In Lake Tanganyika ‘Due To Warming’.

New research blames rising temperatures over the last century as the key cause of decline in one of the world’s most important fisheries. Lake Tanganyika is Africa’s oldest lake and its fish are a critical part of the diet of neighbouring countries. But catches have declined markedly in recent decades as commercial fleets have expanded. [&hellip

Armed Groups Kill 14 In DR Congo’s Troubled East.

Armed Groups Kill 14 In DR Congo’s Troubled East.

Armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have killed at least 14 people during overnight attacks in the country’s troubled east, the army and local officials say. Captain Guillaume Ndjike, the DRC’s army spokesman, said on Monday that the fatalities occurred during multiple attacks which were carried out overnight against both civilians [&hellip

Magufuli Urges More Prayers On Peace, Unity.

Magufuli Urges More Prayers On Peace, Unity.

President John Magufuli has called on Tanzanians to continue praying for peace and unity as well as working hard in everyone’s field of work. President Magufuli made the remarks yesterday when he went for prayers at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Chato Diocese, St Stephen Anglican Church, Chato Diocese, African Inland Church (AIC) Chato and [&hellip