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‘UN to probe S Sudan crimes reports’

‘UN to probe S Sudan crimes reports’

The United Nations says it will investigate reports of crimes against humanity in South Sudan amid growing reports of a wave of brutal ethnic killings in the country. “The United Nations will investigate reports of grave human rights violations and crimes against humanity,” UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told reporters on Tuesday. “Those responsible at the [&hellip

Egypt bombing death toll goes up

Egypt bombing death toll goes up

The death toll from the explosion at a police headquarters in Egypt’s Nile Delta city of Mansoura has risen to fourteen, officials say. A powerful car bomb explosion ripped through the security headquarters in Mansoura, 110 kilometers (70 miles) north of Cairo in Dakahlyia province, during the early hours of Tuesday. The whole building collapsed [&hellip

Snowden says mission ‘accomplished’

Snowden says mission ‘accomplished’

American whistleblower Edward Snowden says his mission is “already accomplished” after he disclosed documents that exposed the scale and scope of Washington’s spying activities across the globe. “For me, in terms of personal satisfaction, the mission’s already accomplished,” Snowden said in an interview with The Washington Post published on Monday. “I already won. As soon [&hellip

Nigeria raids kill Boko Haram militants

Nigeria raids kill Boko Haram militants

Scores of Boko Haram militants have been killed in ground and air raids in the northeast of the country, a Nigerian military official says. Colonel Muhammed Dole, the spokesman for the 7th Division of the Nigerian Army in Maiduguri, said on Saturday that a large number of Boko Haram militants were killed in the raids [&hellip

Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea

Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea

Arsenal failed to reclaim top spot in the Premier League as they played out a dreadful stalemate with Chelsea at Emirates Stadium. The result means Liverpool will top the table at Christmas – ahead of the Gunners on goal difference – as two teams with title pretensions of their own produced a spectacle almost devoid [&hellip

Fellaini sidelined after wrist operation

Fellaini sidelined after wrist operation

Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini faces up to six weeks out following surgery on his wrist Fellaini, 26, has been struggling to recover from a back injury so United decided he should have the wrist operation they had been putting off. “He doesn’t feel 100% fit because of the wrist, he is finding it difficult” [&hellip

Documentaries of Light

Documentaries of Light

Stay tuned for a brand new production of IBNTV.  Documentaries of Light are short 15 to 20 minutes documentaries based on social and religious issues in society. Airing time out shortly

Yanga part ways with coach Brandts

Yanga part ways with coach Brandts

Mainland champions Young Africans (Yanga) have parted ways with their head coach Ernie Brandts. The decision to fire the Dutch trainer comes two days after the team’s 3-1 defeat in the hands of their archrivals Simba in ‘Nani Mtani Mjembe’ match played at the National Stadium. Speaking in Dar es Salaam yesterday, Yanga’s Competition Committee [&hellip

Democracy centre hails constitution draft pace

Democracy centre hails constitution draft pace

Tanzania Centre for Democracy (TCD) has expressed its satisfaction from the ongoing process of drafting the new constitution, saying if endorsed it is likely to promote free and fair elections in the country. Daniel Loya, TCD Secretary General told The Guardian that, the organisation which converged recently with various social equality stakeholders agreed that to [&hellip

New face for Dar’s old Boma to woo tourists

New face for Dar’s old Boma to woo tourists

Wilson Kabwe, DCC Director The Dar es Salaam City Council (DCC) will soon start renovating the Old Boma to transform it into a tourist attraction. DCC Director Wilson Kabwe said a Memorandum of Understanding for the renovation has been signed between it and the European Union. He told The Guardian over the phone recently that [&hellip