Over 1,000 Nigerian Youth Languishing in Thai Jails – Ambassador

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Ambassador to Thailand, Nuhu Bamali, has asked Nigerians especially the youth leaving the country to do so through proper channels, saying over 1,000 Nigerians are languishing in Thai jails for different crimes.

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Ambassador to Thailand, Nuhu Bamali, has asked Nigerians especially the youth leaving the country to do so through proper channels, saying over 1,000 Nigerians are languishing in Thai jails for different crimes.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Demonstration Press Statement

[National Police Service] As the country goes into fresh Presidential Elections on 26th October 2017, we have witnessed an escalation of political rhetoric accompanied by assault and other forms of violence against innocent Kenyans. IEBC officials enga…

[National Police Service] As the country goes into fresh Presidential Elections on 26th October 2017, we have witnessed an escalation of political rhetoric accompanied by assault and other forms of violence against innocent Kenyans. IEBC officials engaged in training and preparations for the Presidential elections, have not been spared either.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Namibian Score Teams in SA

[Namibian] TWO Namibian teams participated in the annual Cup of Heroes competition organised by Score, which recently took place in Pretoria, South Africa.

[Namibian] TWO Namibian teams participated in the annual Cup of Heroes competition organised by Score, which recently took place in Pretoria, South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

UN Delivering Coordinated Humanitarian Response in Wake of Mogadishu Bombings

[UN News] The United Nations family of agencies and programmes is continuing to roll out its response in support of the recovery and clean-up effort in Mogadishu following Saturday’s massive car bomb blast, which killed some 300 people, injured hundred…

[UN News] The United Nations family of agencies and programmes is continuing to roll out its response in support of the recovery and clean-up effort in Mogadishu following Saturday's massive car bomb blast, which killed some 300 people, injured hundreds more, and is being called Somalia's worst-ever such attack.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

U.S. Renews Sudan Travel Warning

[Radio Dabanga] Washington -The US Department of State today issued a new travel warning to US Citizens of the risks of travel to Sudan. “US citizens should avoid all travel to the Darfur states, Blue Nile state, and South Kordofan state and consider c…

[Radio Dabanga] Washington -The US Department of State today issued a new travel warning to US Citizens of the risks of travel to Sudan. "US citizens should avoid all travel to the Darfur states, Blue Nile state, and South Kordofan state and consider carefully before planning travel to other areas of Sudan due to the risks of terrorism, armed conflict, and violent crime".

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Cricket – Namibia to Host World Cricket League Division 2

[Namibian] NAMIBIA’s remote chances of qualifying for the 2019 Cricket World Cup (CWC) were given a boost when the International Cricket Council (ICC) recently awarded it the right to host the World Cricket League Division 2 tournament in February next…

[Namibian] NAMIBIA's remote chances of qualifying for the 2019 Cricket World Cup (CWC) were given a boost when the International Cricket Council (ICC) recently awarded it the right to host the World Cricket League Division 2 tournament in February next year.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Six Years On, No Word On Kidnapped Critics

[CAJ News] Khartoum -THE whereabouts of two Sudanese opposition politicians remain unknown six years after their abduction by state security agents. The families of Musa Ali Ahmed Abdeen and Malek Abdallah Abdulgadir remain concerned about the duo’s ph…

[CAJ News] Khartoum -THE whereabouts of two Sudanese opposition politicians remain unknown six years after their abduction by state security agents. The families of Musa Ali Ahmed Abdeen and Malek Abdallah Abdulgadir remain concerned about the duo's physical integrity and safety after Sudanese National Security and Intelligence Services (NISS) kidnapped them in 2011. Abdeed (46) and Abdulgadir (45) were kidnapped from their homes and offices respectively in Kaduqli, South Kordofan. State security agents have allegedly subjecte

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan