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Israel not liable under international law: Analyst

Israel not liable under international law: Analyst

A political analyst says the “confession” by a former Israeli envoy that Tel Aviv has killed most perpetrators of the AMIA attack in Argentina shows that the regime has “no accountability under international law.” “The history shows us that from Argentina to Zambia, from the USA to Uganda, these rogue hit teams of Mossad have [&hellip

New Series: Lost Innocence

New Series: Lost Innocence

Watch 16 episodes of  Lost Innocence; a brand new series on IBNTV every Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun at 22:00hrs. Maasumiyat az dast rafte” is based on the life “Shauzab” who was a companion of Imam Ali(as) during the battle of Siffin but later on deviates from the right path and doesn’t go to help Imam Hussain(as). On the [&hellip

Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 9:128

Qur’anic Reflections, Āyat 9:128

Do they not reflect upon the Qur’an, or are there locks on the hearts? (Q 47:24) For past Qur’anic Reflections click here لَقَدْ جَاءَكُمْ رَسُولٌ مِنْ أَنْفُسِكُمْ عَزِيزٌ عَلَيْهِ مَا عَنِتُّمْ حَرِيصٌ عَلَيْكُمْ بِالْمُؤْمِنِينَ رَءُوفٌ رَحِيمٌ Certainly a Messenger has come to you from among yourselves; grievous to him is your distress, he has deep [&hellip

Boniface Mkwasa resigns as Ruvu Shooting coach

Boniface Mkwasa resigns as Ruvu Shooting coach

Mainland Premier League side Ruvu Shooting have confirmed the resignation of their head coach Boniface Mkwasa, who has crossed over to Yanga. Spokesperson for Ruvu Shooting Masau Bwire said Mkwasa tendered his resignation later to the club management yesterday. “Yes, our coach Charles Boniface Mkwasa has resigned from his post. It’s too early to say [&hellip

Mwanza businessmen end protests, re-open shops

Mwanza businessmen end protests, re-open shops

Evarist Ndikilo, Mwanza Regional Commissioner After a few days of protest against the use of Electronic Fiscal Devices (EFDs) by not opening their shops, businessmen in Mwanza resumed working yesterday. A survey conducted by The Guardian in the city showed that businessmen reopened shops after a meeting held on Wednesday. The meeting was involved businessmen, [&hellip

Container full of elephant tusks seized in Dar

Container full of elephant tusks seized in Dar

Only two days after President Kikwete announced the imminent relaunch of Operation Tokomeza, customs officials at the Dar es Salaam Port seized a container of ivory tusks reportedly being shipped to China. It was not immediately established how many tusks were in the container or their value. Natural Resources and Tourism Deputy Minister Lazaro Nyalandu [&hellip

6 injured in yet another church bomb explosion

6 injured in yet another church bomb explosion

Six people were injured in an explosion late Tuesday night near a Roman Catholic church after New Year’ eve Mass in Arumeru District of Arusha region. The injured were among many RC believers, who were coming from church of St Kaloli Lwanga Parish located in Kisangani area, Arumeru district. Reports from the scene alleged that [&hellip

ITV journalist shortlisted for USD 1 million grant

ITV journalist shortlisted for USD 1 million grant

A Tanzanian journalist working with Independent Television (ITV), Isakwisa Mwaifuge is among 20 journalists from different African countries who have been shortlisted in the USD1 million African Story Challenge grant. The programme is conducted by African Media Initiative (AMI) based in Nairobi with the aim to encourage innovative multi-media storytelling that can help improve the [&hellip

Migrants rescued off Italy and Greece

Migrants rescued off Italy and Greece

Italy’s navy has rescued over 200 migrants from a troubled boat in the Mediterranean Sea after Rome increased military forces in the region to help avert further shipwrecks that have already drowned hundreds. On late Wednesday, Italian destroyer San Marco rescued approximately 223, mostly African migrants, aboard a 10-meter (32-foot)-long wooden boat struggling off the [&hellip

Rajoelina’s man wins Madagascar poll

Rajoelina’s man wins Madagascar poll

Madagascar’s former finance minister, Hery Rajaonarimampianina, has won the presidential election, officials in the Indian Ocean nation have announced. Mr Rajaonarimampianina, allied to incumbent President Andry Rajoelina, won 53.5% of the vote in December’s run-off, the electoral commission said. His rival, Richard Jean-Louis Robinson, has said the second round was rigged and is demanding a [&hellip