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Fresh demonstration held in Bangkok

Fresh demonstration held in Bangkok

Anti-government protesters have taken to the streets of the Thai capital, Bangkok, in an attempt to force Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to resign. On Saturday, whistle-blowing demonstrators marched from Lumpini Park, where they retreated to earlier this month, taking six different routes across Bangkok to demand that the government yield power to an interim appointed [&hellip

Russia warns of intimidating Ukrainians

Russia warns of intimidating Ukrainians

The Russian president has warned of intimidation against civilians in Ukraine in a telephone conversation with his US counterpart.  According to a statement published by the Kremlin on Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Ukrainian extremists of committing acts of intimidation against civilians in the phone conversation with US President Barack Obama earlier in the [&hellip

UN urged to probe Turkey audio leak

UN urged to probe Turkey audio leak

Syria has called on the United Nations to investigate a leaked file containing discussions by top Turkish authorities on how to fabricate an attack in order to justify a military operation against Damascus. “I’d like to refer once again to this audio tape leak by the Turkish foreign minister and the deputy chief of staff [&hellip

Jordanians urge Israel ambassador out

Jordanians urge Israel ambassador out

Jordanian protesters have taken to the streets to demand closure of the Israeli embassy in Amman following the killing of a Jordanian judge by Israeli soldiers. During a protest in the Jordanian capital after Friday Prayers, demonstrators called for the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador from the country. They also called on the Jordanian parliament [&hellip

Title race down to two

Title race down to two

The Mainland premier league title race lies between defending champions Young Africans (Yanga), Azam FC and distantly, newly-promoted Mbeya City. Although Azam FC lead the race with 50 points out of 22 games Yanga closely follow them with a match less. The defending champions are placed second in the 14-team league with 46 points. The [&hellip

Kilosa flood victims face more challenges

Kilosa flood victims face more challenges

 TRCS President,Dr George Nangale. Hundreds of flood victims living in temporary camps at Magole and Mateteni area in Kilosa District continue to experience various challenge as heavy downpour persists in the area. Recent heavy rains have destroyed some of the tents and houses, exposing the victims to vulnerable situation The Guardian learnt this week after [&hellip

EALA wants war on poaching heightened

EALA wants war on poaching heightened

Tanzanian EALA member Shyrose Bhanji Members of the East African Legislative Assembly on Thursday called on Partner States to heighten the war against wildlife poaching, saying the sector is on the verge of extinction. Kenyan EALA member Abubakr Ogle said that wildlife in the region were in danger of extinction. “Only last week, two precious [&hellip

Police arrest city trader with 120m/- tusks

Police arrest city trader with 120m/- tusks

Wildlife officers in Kilombero District have arrested Dar es Salaam businessman Sudi Nyumbi with 14 pieces of ivory at Kidatu checking point and four other elephant tusks at Kitindiuka village all valued Tsh 120,000,000. Speaking to The Guardian on Thursday, Madaraka Amani, wildlife officer in Kilombero District said that they managed to detain the elephant [&hellip

High Court set free Chinese fishermen

High Court set free Chinese fishermen

Livestock Development and Fisheries Minister, Dr Titus Kamani Two Chinese, Tsu Chin Tai and Zhao Hanqueing who were convicted of illegal fishing in the exclusive economic zone of Tanzania and sentenced to 20 years imprisonment, yesterday won their appeal at the Court of Appeal. The two foreigners won the appeal after the court ruled that [&hellip

Libyan forces poised to retake oil ports

Libyan forces poised to retake oil ports

Libyan forces are poised to attack militants blockading key eastern oil ports in an offensive that risks splitting the country apart. Libyan government forces plan to launch the military operation this weekend, The Guardian reported on Friday. A deadline for militants in the eastern province of Cyrenaica to hand over the ports has passed and they are [&hellip