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‘France to stay in Mali until July’

‘France to stay in Mali until July’

French officials say the country’s forces will remain in Mali until at least July amid reports of a serious humanitarian crisis in the northern areas of the country caused by the French-led war in the West African nation. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, made the announcement on Thursday, the Associated Press reported. Earlier [&hellip

Baghdad bombing claims 23 lives

Baghdad bombing claims 23 lives

A string of bomb attacks in and around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, has killed at least 23 people and wounded more than 60 others, officials say. At least 19 people were killed and over 30 wounded on Thursday when twin car bombs exploded near a football field in Baghdad’s northwestern neighborhood of Shula. The second [&hellip

Chavez battling for his life

Chavez battling for his life

A woman holds a portrait of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez as supporters gather around Bolivar Square in Caracas after his return to the country on February 18, 2013 Venezuelan Vice President Nicolas Maduro says President Hugo Chavez is fighting for his life in a military hospital in the capital Caracas. Speaking on Venezuelan television on [&hellip

6.9-magnitude quake hits Russia

6.9-magnitude quake hits Russia

A 6.9-magnitude earthquake has struck off the southern tip of the Kamchatka Peninsula in eastern Russia, but there have been no immediate reports of damage or casualties and no tsunami warning has been issued. The US Geological Survey (USGS) reported that the quake struck off the Kurile Islands at 12:05 a.m. local time on Friday [&hellip

Zionists dream of destroying Al-Aqsa Mosque

Zionists dream of destroying Al-Aqsa Mosque

Zionists dream of destroying Al-Aqsa Mosque Father of Zionism Theodor Herzl in the first meeting of the Zionist Congress in the Swiss city of Bale in 1897 said, “The moment we occupy the city of Al-Quds, if I will be alive and I be able to do something, I will not hesitate a single moment [&hellip

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Venezuelans rally in support of Chavez

Venezuelans rally in support of Chavez

Thousands of Venezuelans have celebrated the anniversary of the February 27, 1989 revolt, in support of President Hugo Chavez. The people gathered in the capital, Caracas, on Wednesday to commemorate the 1989 revolt, which Chavez considers as the beginning of his socialist revolution. Vice President Nicolas Maduro told the crowd, “Have no doubt that we [&hellip

UK tests poison gas on Indians before WWII

UK tests poison gas on Indians before WWII

British Prime Minister David Cameron stood on the Indian soil recently, expressing condolences on the Amritsar massacre, the bloodbath of unarmed civilians in 1919. But Britain had committed far more shameful crimes against this former colony which no condolence could ever cleanse. Britain’s testing poisonous gas on Indian soldiers before WWII is among the most [&hellip

Hefty fines beef up TFF coffers

Hefty fines beef up TFF coffers

Azam FC English coach Stewart John Hall The Tanzania Football Federation’s premier league committee has imposed suspensions and fined several top flight coaches and clubs after committing several offences recently.  Azam FC English coach Stewart John Hall has been suspended for three back-to-back matches and fined half million shillings. Hall will have to pay the [&hellip

TCCIA installs equipment worth 167m/- in branches

TCCIA installs equipment worth 167m/- in branches

Chamber`s Executive Director, Daniel Machemba Installation  of donated equipment in all Tanzania Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA) branches is complete and it is expected to strengthen communication and reporting of Non-Tariff Barriers (NTB) through the oraganisation’s entire network. In a recent interview with The Guardian, the Chamber’s Executive Director Daniel Machemba, said the [&hellip