Anambra Police Set Up Anti-Piracy Unit

[Daily Trust] Awka -The Anambra State Police Command has established a Police Public Complaint and Anti-Piracy Unit (APPCAP) to investigate cases of piracy and intellectual theft.

[Daily Trust] Awka -The Anambra State Police Command has established a Police Public Complaint and Anti-Piracy Unit (APPCAP) to investigate cases of piracy and intellectual theft.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Italian Government Accused of Paying Libyan Militias to Curb Migrant Trade

[VOA] Rome -Italy is being accused of paying off Libyan militias linked to people smugglers in order to stop trafficking migrants across the Mediterranean for a month.

[VOA] Rome -Italy is being accused of paying off Libyan militias linked to people smugglers in order to stop trafficking migrants across the Mediterranean for a month.

source: AllAfrica News: Libya

Sonko to Provide Eco-Friendly Bags for Waste Disposal in Nairobi

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has pledged to provide eco-friendly bags made from corn and cassava starch to households for waste disposal as the ban on plastic bags entered its second day Tuesday.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has pledged to provide eco-friendly bags made from corn and cassava starch to households for waste disposal as the ban on plastic bags entered its second day Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenya Power Billed for Idle Wind Farm

[Nation] The developers of Lake Turkana Wind Power project have started billing Kenya Power every month for its failure to distribute their production due to lack of a transmission line.

[Nation] The developers of Lake Turkana Wind Power project have started billing Kenya Power every month for its failure to distribute their production due to lack of a transmission line.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Fall Armyworm Spreads to Cameroon

[VOA] Yaounde -Fall armyworm has spread to Cameroon. The pest has attacked crops in at least 24 African countries. In Cameroon, the Ministry of Agriculture says it is particularly concerned about the impact of the fall armyworm infestation in the north…

[VOA] Yaounde -Fall armyworm has spread to Cameroon. The pest has attacked crops in at least 24 African countries. In Cameroon, the Ministry of Agriculture says it is particularly concerned about the impact of the fall armyworm infestation in the north and the east of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Nema Denies Claims Police Searching Cars for Plastic Bags

[Nation] The National Environment Management Authority (Nema) has defended itself against claims doing rounds on social media that it has started carrying out swoops in cars on order to confiscate polythene bags.

[Nation] The National Environment Management Authority (Nema) has defended itself against claims doing rounds on social media that it has started carrying out swoops in cars on order to confiscate polythene bags.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Shoppers Switch to Bio-Friendly Bags as Ban on Plastic Starts

[Nation] Retailers and shoppers generally switched to bio-friendly bags, avoiding costly confrontation with the environmental watchdog as ban on plastic took effect on Monday.

[Nation] Retailers and shoppers generally switched to bio-friendly bags, avoiding costly confrontation with the environmental watchdog as ban on plastic took effect on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Angola’s Economic Woes Top of Citizens’, New President’s Priority List

[VOA] Luanda -Angolans have elected their first new president in nearly four decades and they say he must address the glaring gap between rich and poor. Despite being Africa’s second largest oil producer, most of Angola’s citizens live in poverty, amid…

[VOA] Luanda -Angolans have elected their first new president in nearly four decades and they say he must address the glaring gap between rich and poor. Despite being Africa's second largest oil producer, most of Angola's citizens live in poverty, amid runaway inflation and high unemployment.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola