Turkey Airlifts 40 Wounded People to Istanbul for Treatment

[Shabelle] At least 40 victims who sustained severe wounds in the deadly truck bombing at KM5 junction have been airlifted to Istanbul, Turkey for medical treatment on Monday.

[Shabelle] At least 40 victims who sustained severe wounds in the deadly truck bombing at KM5 junction have been airlifted to Istanbul, Turkey for medical treatment on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

AU Calls On World for Help in Somalia

[Shabelle] The death toll from a truck-bomb blast in Somalia’s capital climbed to 276 people, as the African Union urged greater international backing for the government’s fight against extremists.

[Shabelle] The death toll from a truck-bomb blast in Somalia's capital climbed to 276 people, as the African Union urged greater international backing for the government's fight against extremists.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Government Thanks Turkish President

[Shabelle] President Mohamed Abdulahi Mohamed Farmaajo Thankfull Turkish Government For their Endless Helping of Somali People, Particular Those Injured In Muqdisho blast.

[Shabelle] President Mohamed Abdulahi Mohamed Farmaajo Thankfull Turkish Government For their Endless Helping of Somali People, Particular Those Injured In Muqdisho blast.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

President Mutharika Calls for Clergy’s Intervention in Blood Sucking Myths

[Malawi News Agency] Nsanje -President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has called on religious leaders in the country to intervene through prayers in ending myths of blood sucking that have rocked some parts of the country.

[Malawi News Agency] Nsanje -President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has called on religious leaders in the country to intervene through prayers in ending myths of blood sucking that have rocked some parts of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Seven Die, 7 Injured in Post-Wedding Accident

[Daily News] Manyara -FANFARE was demoted to tragedy when seven people died and seven others were injured when a truck rammed into the vehicle in which they were travelling at Getasam Village, after a wedding ceremony in Hanang, in Babati District, on …

[Daily News] Manyara -FANFARE was demoted to tragedy when seven people died and seven others were injured when a truck rammed into the vehicle in which they were travelling at Getasam Village, after a wedding ceremony in Hanang, in Babati District, on Saturday evening.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

End Slaughter in Somalia

[Nation] The massive suicide truck bomb that killed nearly 200 people in Mogadishu is a grim reminder of the challenge of restoring peace and stability in Somalia.

[Nation] The massive suicide truck bomb that killed nearly 200 people in Mogadishu is a grim reminder of the challenge of restoring peace and stability in Somalia.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Nsanje in Anti-Rabies Campaign, Targets 8, 000 Dogs and Cats

[Malawi News Agency] Nsanje -Nsanje District Agriculture Development Office has embarked on a one month anti – rabies vaccination campaign targeting to vaccinate at least 8,000 dogs and cats.

[Malawi News Agency] Nsanje -Nsanje District Agriculture Development Office has embarked on a one month anti - rabies vaccination campaign targeting to vaccinate at least 8,000 dogs and cats.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Actress Lulu’s Manslaughter Trial Begins Today

[Daily News] THE manslaughter trial of Bongo Movie Actress, Elizabeth Michael Kimemeta, alias Lulu, who is alleged to have killed her lover, former local movie star Steven Kanumba in 2012, takes off on Thursday at the High Court in Dar es Salaam.

[Daily News] THE manslaughter trial of Bongo Movie Actress, Elizabeth Michael Kimemeta, alias Lulu, who is alleged to have killed her lover, former local movie star Steven Kanumba in 2012, takes off on Thursday at the High Court in Dar es Salaam.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

LCC Bans Fresh Foods On Streets

The Lusaka City Council has banned the sale of ready to eat food stuffs on the streets in a bid to curb the cholera outbreak which has so far claimed one life. Lusaka City Council Assistant Public Relations Manager Brenda … Continued

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The Lusaka City Council has banned the sale of ready to eat food stuffs on the streets in a bid to curb the cholera outbreak which has so far claimed one life. Lusaka City Council Assistant Public Relations Manager Brenda Katongola has said that the ban is with immediate effect and will remain in force until health authorities declare Lusaka Cholera free. She has since advised vendors to comply with the ban as it is aimed at saving people’s lives. Katongola has further advised street vendors to find alternative trading places for them to survive. Katongola has also appealed to all Lusaka residents and all those visiting Lusaka to observe basic hygiene practices such as keeping environments clean, washing hands with soap and clean water after using the toilet, boiling and chlorinating water for drinking among others. The post LCC Bans Fresh Foods On Streets appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Zambia Gains On FIFA Ranking

Zambia has moved one place up on the latest FIFA Coca Cola World rankings. According to the rankings released on Monday in Zurich, Zambia stands in 78th position in the world while occupying 17th place in Africa. The Chipolopolo has … Continued

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Zambia has moved one place up on the latest FIFA Coca Cola World rankings. According to the rankings released on Monday in Zurich, Zambia stands in 78th position in the world while occupying 17th place in Africa. The Chipolopolo has moved up despite having lost 1-0 to Nigeria in the Group B Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier benefitting from a cumulative run of good results in the last few months. Zambia’s next opponents in the FIFA World Cup on November 11 Cameroun is ranked 42nd in the world while perched in sixth position in Africa. Group B leaders Nigeria is on 41st slot in the world and sits in 5th on the African continent. Tunisia is the highest ranked African team making it in 28th position. The post Zambia Gains On FIFA Ranking appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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