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DRCONGO: Kabila’s brother calls for Kabila’s ousting

Kabila’s half-brother calls for his ousting Emmanuel Masirika Kabila, a son of the late Laurent Desire Kabila. ILLUSTRATION | JOHN NYAGAH | NMG THE EAST AFRICAN – A half-brother of President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo has joined the crusade to remove him from office, accusing him of staying beyond his constitutional mandate. Thirty-two-year old Emmanuel Masirika Kabila, a son of the late Laurent Desire Kabila, says President Kabila should leave office and allow the country to organise a national census that was last done in 1984.Read More


Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018 is Maurice Wilder-Neligan. Maurice Wilder-Neligan (1882–1923) was a rather eccentric British-born Australian soldier who commanded the 10th Battalion during the latter stages of World War I. Emigrating to Australia before the war, he enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force. He was decorated for bravery and commissioned during the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915. He received a severe head wound while leading a successful raid on German trenches near Fleurbaix, France, in early 1916, earning a second decoration for gallantry and the praiseRead More


Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018 is Maurice Wilder-Neligan. Maurice Wilder-Neligan (1882–1923) was a rather eccentric British-born Australian soldier who commanded the 10th Battalion during the latter stages of World War I. Emigrating to Australia before the war, he enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force. He was decorated for bravery and commissioned during the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915. He received a severe head wound while leading a successful raid on German trenches near Fleurbaix, France, in early 1916, earning a second decoration for gallantry and the praiseRead More


Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018 is Maurice Wilder-Neligan. Maurice Wilder-Neligan (1882–1923) was a rather eccentric British-born Australian soldier who commanded the 10th Battalion during the latter stages of World War I. Emigrating to Australia before the war, he enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force. He was decorated for bravery and commissioned during the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915. He received a severe head wound while leading a successful raid on German trenches near Fleurbaix, France, in early 1916, earning a second decoration for gallantry and the praiseRead More


Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018 is Maurice Wilder-Neligan. Maurice Wilder-Neligan (1882–1923) was a rather eccentric British-born Australian soldier who commanded the 10th Battalion during the latter stages of World War I. Emigrating to Australia before the war, he enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force. He was decorated for bravery and commissioned during the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915. He received a severe head wound while leading a successful raid on German trenches near Fleurbaix, France, in early 1916, earning a second decoration for gallantry and the praiseRead More


Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 29, 2018 is Maurice Wilder-Neligan. Maurice Wilder-Neligan (1882–1923) was a rather eccentric British-born Australian soldier who commanded the 10th Battalion during the latter stages of World War I. Emigrating to Australia before the war, he enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force. He was decorated for bravery and commissioned during the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915. He received a severe head wound while leading a successful raid on German trenches near Fleurbaix, France, in early 1916, earning a second decoration for gallantry and the praiseRead More


DRCONGO: Kabila’s brother calls for Kabila’s ousting

Kabila’s half-brother calls for his ousting Emmanuel Masirika Kabila, a son of the late Laurent Desire Kabila. ILLUSTRATION | JOHN NYAGAH | NMG THE EAST AFRICAN – A half-brother of President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo has joined the crusade to remove him from office, accusing him of staying beyond his constitutional mandate. Thirty-two-year old Emmanuel Masirika Kabila, a son of the late Laurent Desire Kabila, says President Kabila should leave office and allow the country to organise a national census that was last done in 1984.Read More


DRCONGO: Kabila’s brother calls for Kabila’s ousting

Kabila’s half-brother calls for his ousting Emmanuel Masirika Kabila, a son of the late Laurent Desire Kabila. ILLUSTRATION | JOHN NYAGAH | NMG THE EAST AFRICAN – A half-brother of President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo has joined the crusade to remove him from office, accusing him of staying beyond his constitutional mandate. Thirty-two-year old Emmanuel Masirika Kabila, a son of the late Laurent Desire Kabila, says President Kabila should leave office and allow the country to organise a national census that was last done in 1984.Read More


BRICS: South Africa Leader Who Gave Up Nukes Says North Korea Is a Different Story

South Africa’s former president Frederik Willem de Klerk arrives at a news conference one day ahead of the 13th World Summit of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates in Warsaw Oct. 20, 2013. VOA’s Korean Service reporter Kim Young-nam spoke to former South African President F.W. de Klerk on Friday about the denuclearization process for North Korea and how it might compare to that of South Africa. As president of South Africa, de Klerk ordered the end of the country’s nuclear weapons program and oversaw its nuclear disarmament process. Q: Under yourRead More


DRCONGO: Kabila’s daughter Sifa denied US visa

EXCLUSIVE REPORT via @UG_EDGE, KAMPALA Sifa Kabila, the daughter of Congo President, Joseph Kabila, is not allowed to visit United States of America, according to reports from the neighbouring Congo. The US consulate in Kinshasa allegedly refused to grant the visa to Sifa Kabila for her vacation in the US. “Sifa saw her tourist visa being refused by the US embassy in Kinshasa on 25 July 2018,” said a source. “American sanctions have already started to affect Kabila’s own family,” the source claimed. Sifa Kabila was born in 2001 (ageRead More