Turkey exhumes ex-president’s corpse, 19 years after
Perhaps, former president Turgut Ozal of Turkey was poisoned
Voter registration fraud hits Republicans, weeks from presidential poll
Barely six weeks to a crucial presidential vote, the Republican Party’s quest takes another hit.
Iran fears cyber attack than real war on its nuclear program
Iran is worried about a virtual assault on its contentious nuclear program.
Violent protests against anti-Islam film kills 15 in Pakistan
The anti-Islamic film has continued to generate a row between the USA and Muslims the world over.
South Africa issues arrest warrant for youth leader Malema
Julius Malema, who has played a key role in the mine unrest in South Africa has been accused of corruption.
Mohammed cartoon: France to close schools, embassies in 20 countries
In a bid to avoid a replica of diplomatic rows between Islamic countries and the USA, France will close some of its institution in 20 countries over a cartoon of the Muslim prophet.
AU, ECOWAS seek Nigeria’s support to tackle Mali crisis
West African leaders meet to tackle Mali crisis.
U.S. warns citizens in Nigeria of possible attacks
Extremists may attempt to target U.S citizens and other Westerners in Nigeria, the United States embassy in Nigeria has warned. The embassy issued the warning following an attack on a U.S. Mission in Beghazi, Libya, the previous day, which killed an ambassador and three other embassy staff Americans. “The U.S. Mission in Nigeria strongly urges […]
Egypt to take legal action in U.S. against Prophet film makers
Egyptian president wants the American producers of the controversial movie to be punished by law.
Nigerian embassy staff in child-prostitution ring in Abidjan
Officials at the Nigerian Embassy in Cote d’Ivoire are accused of promoting human trafficking in the country
AU welcomes successful presidential election in Somalia
The African Union head commends the outgoing president of the war-torn country for conceding defeat.
US pauses election campaign for September 11 anniversary
The 11th annual remembrance of the 9/11 tragedy was low-key in the U.S.
Liberian President warns of grave security threat in Liberia, Cote D’Ivoire border
ECOWAS moves to extend the West African Gas Pipeline project to Liberia
River Niger endangers 500 communities as dams overflow
NEMA urges the governments of Niger, Kogi, Kwara, Kebbi, Anambra and Delta to take urgent steps to avert loss of lives and properties
UN nuclear chief demands immediate access to Iranian site
The IAEA is worried that Iran may have conducted nuclear tests in a restricted military facility
Malian army kills 16 civilians at checkpoint
Malian soldiers opened fire on a car that refused to stop at a security checkpoint killing 16 civilians, the country’s officials and police said. The incident took place on Saturday night in Mali’s central region of Segou, in the town of Diabali, and authorities said those killed were Islamist fighters, Arab satellite television, Aljazeera reports. Among the dead were […]