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Monday, September 30th, 2019

 

Was terrorist attack on Western targets in Somalia coincidental???

WAS THE TERRORIST ATTACK ON WESTERN TARGETS IN SOMALIA COINCIDENTAL??? CHANGE OF GIARDS – There was a twin terror attack on western targets in Somalia today.  An Italian military convoy was attacked in the capital Mogadishu.  The USA training base for Somali Special Forces in Baledogle, 100 kms from Mogadishu was also attacked.   Terrorist attacks on western targets in Somalia has been unheard of for quite along time.  The general situation in Somalia has tremendously improved and the AMISOM troops are scheduled to withdraw by 2021. However, for selfish interests,Read More


Was terrorist attack on Western targets in Somalia coincidental???

WAS THE TERRORIST ATTACK ON WESTERN TARGETS IN SOMALIA COINCIDENTAL??? CHANGE OF GIARDS – There was a twin terror attack on western targets in Somalia today.  An Italian military convoy was attacked in the capital Mogadishu.  The USA training base for Somali Special Forces in Baledogle, 100 kms from Mogadishu was also attacked.   Terrorist attacks on western targets in Somalia has been unheard of for quite along time.  The general situation in Somalia has tremendously improved and the AMISOM troops are scheduled to withdraw by 2021. However, for selfish interests,Read More


Was terrorist attack on Western targets in Somalia coincidental???

WAS THE TERRORIST ATTACK ON WESTERN TARGETS IN SOMALIA COINCIDENTAL??? CHANGE OF GIARDS – There was a twin terror attack on western targets in Somalia today.  An Italian military convoy was attacked in the capital Mogadishu.  The USA training base for Somali Special Forces in Baledogle, 100 kms from Mogadishu was also attacked.   Terrorist attacks on western targets in Somalia has been unheard of for quite along time.  The general situation in Somalia has tremendously improved and the AMISOM troops are scheduled to withdraw by 2021. However, for selfish interests,Read More


Cameroon national peace dialogue begins, without separatists

YAOUNDE, Cameroon (Associated Press) — Cameroon started a national dialogue Monday in an effort to solve the separatist conflict that has killed thousands in the country’s English-speaking regions in the past two years, but key separatist leaders refused to attend. Cameroon President Paul Biya announced the dialogue earlier in September when he also called on all separatists in the South East and North East English-speaking regions to surrender and be forgiven. Nearly 3,000 people have died since 2017 in fighting in the regions over the separatist issue, including 300 defenseRead More


NIGERIA: Baby factory, sellers arrested

Nigerian police rescue 19 young women forced to have babies LAGOS, Nigeria (Associated Press) — Police in Lagos say they have rescued 19 pregnant girls and young women who had been kidnapped, impregnated and forced to give birth to babies which were then sold. Lagos police spokesman Bala Elkana said the victims and four babies were rescued from four locations in the Ikotun area of Lagos. The victims, who are mainly from eastern Nigeria, said they were tricked into coming to Lagos with the promise of getting job as domesticRead More


Slovenia’s flag carrier Adria Airways files for bankruptcy

In another blow to the travel industry following last week’s demise of Thomas Cook, the former Slovenian national airline has begun a bankruptcy procedure. Adria was bought by German investment fund 4K in 2016. By DW  Slovenia’s former national airline, Adria Airways, announced on Monday that it had filed for receivership. Adria, which was bought from Slovene state ownership by German investment fund 4K in 2016, released a statement saying: “Adria Airways on Monday filed at the court in Kranj a request to start a bankruptcy procedure,” citing a “lackRead More


McConnell: Senate must take up impeachment if House approves

President Donald Trump speaks during an Armed Forces welcome ceremony for the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, Monday, Sept. 30, 2019, at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Va. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) WASHINGTON (Associated Press) — Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that Senate rules would require him to take up any articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump if approved by the House, swatting down talk that that the GOP-controlled chamber could dodge the matter entirely. “I would have no choice but to take itRead More


UGANDA: Museveni’s govt full of contradictions – BINANCE licensed for Crypto-Currency

Museveni Meets Founder Of Binance, Largest Crypto-Currency Firm Published on 21st May 2016  By BUSINESS WEEK KAMPALA, Uganda–According toa press statement from the Uganda Media Centre, the founder of Binance, the world’s largest crypto-currency exchange, Mr. Zhao Changpeng, who is on a 2-day working visit to Uganda to explore opportunities for using Blockchain technology in the country, has called on President Yoweri Museveni at State House, Entebbe. Mr. Changpeng, a renowned world billionaire, is in Uganda at the invitation of the Blockchain Association of Uganda, to deliver a keynote address atRead More


SOMALIA: US airstrikes kill 10 militants after attack on EU convoy, US base

© AP Photo / Farah Abdi Warsameh US Military Says 10 Militants Killed After Somalia Attack By SPUTNIK On Monday, twin attacks targeted a European military convoy in the Somali capital of Mogadishu and a base for US and Somali forces in Baledogle. The US military partnered by Somali forces have killed 10 militants and destroyed a vehicle following an attack on a base where US special forces trained Somali commandos, a statement by the US military said. “In response to this attack and in self-defense, U.S Africa Command conductedRead More


NTVUganda has added Ugandans get civic education in bars and churches – Report video

Ugandans get civic education in bars and churches – Report Informal means of communication have become the major sources of information regarding Civic Education.This has been revealed in a survey conducted by the Centre for Basic Research between 2013 and 2018 in 20 selected Districts. According to the Project Cordinator Dr. Frank Muhereza, places of worship, social gatherings and places like bars now provide a platform for many people to access such information. Meanwhile the survey showed that many Ugandans are reluctant to demand for accountability from government for fearRead More