Al Shabaab Claims Killing 7 Puntland Soldiers in Bosaso Attack

[Shabelle] Al Shabaab has claimed it killed at least seven Puntland soldiers after an overnight daring attack on a security checkpoint at the main entrance of the coastal city of Bosaso.

[Shabelle] Al Shabaab has claimed it killed at least seven Puntland soldiers after an overnight daring attack on a security checkpoint at the main entrance of the coastal city of Bosaso.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Citizens Among Migrants Found Trapped Amid Libya Fighting

[Shabelle] Thousands of migrants have been found trapped in camps in Libya the past days after they were caught amid the fighting over the northwestern city of Sabratha, officials said Sunday.

[Shabelle] Thousands of migrants have been found trapped in camps in Libya the past days after they were caught amid the fighting over the northwestern city of Sabratha, officials said Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

The Anglophone Crisis – What History Remembers

[Cameroon Tribune] One year already since the start of what is commonly called; «the anglophone crisis». It began on 10 October 2016 with claims from trade unionists, but it quickly transposed into the political arena. This was supported by the fact that some fellow compatriots whose confessed purpose was none other than the partition of Cameroon for the most extremists, or the revision of the present form of the State, saw it as a kind of panacea to the issues raised. In a context where the crisis seems to be si

[Cameroon Tribune] One year already since the start of what is commonly called; «the anglophone crisis». It began on 10 October 2016 with claims from trade unionists, but it quickly transposed into the political arena. This was supported by the fact that some fellow compatriots whose confessed purpose was none other than the partition of Cameroon for the most extremists, or the revision of the present form of the State, saw it as a kind of panacea to the issues raised. In a context where the crisis seems to be si

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Nasria Expected to Be Role Model SOE

[Namibian] FINANCE minister Calle Schlettwein says government expects the National Special Risks Insurance Association to be one of the leading role models in the state-owned enterprises’ performance targets.

[Namibian] FINANCE minister Calle Schlettwein says government expects the National Special Risks Insurance Association to be one of the leading role models in the state-owned enterprises' performance targets.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Follow the Voice of Reason

[Cameroon Tribune] Events in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon, especially on Friday 22 September, 2017 and 1st October, 2017 have resulted in an avalanche of reactions across the country and even abroad. As expected, while some are cal…

[Cameroon Tribune] Events in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon, especially on Friday 22 September, 2017 and 1st October, 2017 have resulted in an avalanche of reactions across the country and even abroad. As expected, while some are calling for peace, harmony, and concord to exist in the country, others seem to be trifling with the issues, either by applying salt on injuries or simply playing with fire. Name-calling, invectives, and outright hate language appear to be progressively filling the airwaves and ev

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon