Israel uncovers knives, stun guns in Palestinian Christmas decoration
Rosenfeld said that five suspects had been arrested in connection with the find
Zambian president’s widow says she wants to run for president
The former first lady has won the support of women.
Turkish teenage boy tortured and killed by lover’s family
The accused family says the boy was killed out of “honour”.
Doctor flown to U.S. with Ebola dies at Nebraska hospital
The deceased tested negative for Ebola in a first test.
Ebola: Chinese team arrives Liberia to man $41 million clinic
China, Africa’s biggest trade partner, had come under fire for the level of its response to the Ebola crisis.
UAE declares Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organisation
“This decision serves the policy of dividing Arab people to serve the West’s interests.”
Portugal’s golden visa program achieves success in 2 years
The residence permit allows free circulation in the Schengen Zone of 26 states and only requires an average of seven days per year stay in Portugal over this period.
ECOWAS heads of government agree on immediate elections in Burkina Faso
Lingering political crisis in Burkina Faso saw the resignation of the country’s former president and the dissolution of his government.
World’s longest aircraft to fly Sino-U.S. routes in 2015
“Air China has ordered seven Boeing 747-8 aircraft.”
Jonathan to attend ECOWAS emergency summit on Ebola
The summit will also be attended by representatives of the UN and WHO.
President Jonathan, other ECOWAS leaders head to Burkina Faso for crisis talks
President Goodluck Jonathan will travel to Ouagadougou tomorrow as a member of the three-man delegation of Heads of State and Government raised by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to facilitate the rapid resolution of the current political crisis in Burkina Faso. Other members of the delegation of ECOWAS leaders are President Macky […]
Philippines to quarantine 112 peacekeepers returning from Liberia
The Philippines recalled the soldiers amid the outbreak of Ebola in Liberia.
South Sudan accuses Chinese telecom giant, Huawei, of hacking, forgery
The minister said that the South Sudanese government are “shocked” by Huawei’s “unbecoming behaviour which is tantamount to forgery.”
Ebola infected UN worker flown to France for treatment
The patient was brought to France at the request of the World Health Organisation, WHO.
Brazil screens air passengers from West Africa for Ebola
Minister says the risk of an Ebola disease outbreak in the South American nation is extremely low.
Power struggle in Burkina Faso as another officer announces self as Head of State
The army chief had previously declared himself head of state.
Burkina Faso protesters burn parliament over Compaore’s tenure extension plan
At least three people were killed Thursday.